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Portage Township YMCA reaches community support campaign goal

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Published on January 09, 2013 with No Comments

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Pictured are Dave Kasarda and Mike Sarver

Every day, the Portage YMCA serves as a gathering place for the community.  Kids pour in after school to play sports.  Children are bussed to and from their before and after school Y-Care sites.  Preschoolers are preparing for their first day of Kindergarten.  Seniors connect with one another through exercise classes and group activities. Families learn how to eat healthy and grow together.  Parents drop their children off to a safe, secure childcare center before heading off to work.

By reaching its 2012 annual support campaign “They Depend on Us, We Depend on You” goal of $67,000 on the Dec. 31, the Y will be able to continue to provide Portage residents with life enhancing services into 2013.

Thanks to the generosity of a grant provided by Horizon Bank for $2,500, the Y was able to succeed at reaching their goal of $67,000.  Mike Sarver, AVP business banker at Horizon Bank in Portage, said, “The Y contributes to improving the quality of life in our neighborhoods through a variety of ways that benefit all of us who live and work in Portage.”

This year the Portage Y hopes to raise $91,000 in their annual support campaign which will kick off in March.  Funds raised will support early childhood education programs as well as community wellness initiatives for Portage residents.

To learn more about supporting the Portage YMCA, contact Marketing and Fund Development Director Nancy Simpson at 219-762-9622 or . Some observers question https://www.essayclick.net the federal education department’s motives in prohibiting districts in need of improvement from tutoring

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