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DAY CARE DIRECTOR SELECTED BY SCHOLASTIC

Kelly Landrio, the YMCA’s Vice President of Child Care, has been appointed to the Scholastic Reading Club Early Childhood Teacher Advisory Board. Landrio who has championed reading in the classroom, was a natural selection for this elite group. The Advisory Board’s role is key: Board Members are Scholastic Reading Club’s window into the classroom. Their insight to the classroom and their community is vital as Scholastic plans for their future. For nearly 15 years Kelly has overseen the YMCA’s childcare program. She and her staff have been credited with giving children from throughout Fulton County an excellent academic start. “Reading is an important thing in every child’s life, in our Day Care reading is a part of everyday in each of our classrooms from infant to pre-school.” said Landrio. Great job Kelly!


 
SAVE THE DATE
The date has been set for the YMCA's Annual Dinner. Join us Friday March 27, 2015 from 6:30-9:30 pm as we honor David Jung at St. Patricks Lodge.  This years theme is "Mad Men", and to be honest, we think you would be "mad to miss it". Tickets can be purchased at the YMCA.
 
SPRING I SESSION SIGN UPS BEGIN

The Spring I Session sign ups begin February 9, 2015 for our valued members follwed one week later on February 16 for the general public. A complete list of our Spring I offerings is available here.

 
PARENTS NIGHT OUT A BIG HIT
Our Parents Night Out has become a real favorite with YMCA Family Members. On the first Friday of each month we welcome people to drop off their children for an evening of fun, structured activities and games in a safe supervised environment. Running from 5 pm to 9:30pm we designed this program to allow parents a chance to go to dinner and maybe a movie without having the hassle of finding a babysitter, and best of all it is free for people with Family Memberships! We provided pizza, snacks and drink..oh and a bunch of fun. Pre registration is required and the general public pays $12 per child. The program might be meant to benefit parents, but we continue to hear kids asking their parents if they can come again next month, as they leave for the night.
 
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