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Where there's a need, there's a Y

Original post made on Jan 16, 2009

The goal of the YMCA since beginning in 1844 is to meet the needs of the community. Despite its affluence, many people of the Tri-Valley are struggling. With new leadership, the local program branch of the YMCA is revved up and ready to make a difference.

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Posted by Jerry Metzker
a resident of another community
on Jan 16, 2009 at 4:46 pm

Congratulations to Kelly Dulka and the Tri-Valley YMCA for its dedication to children and youth! They have such heart that they deserve all the good things that are happening. Good always leads to more good, so I encourage the Y to keep up the good work!

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