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May 29, 2015

Rotary helps kids with special needs

The Syracuse Rotary Foundation donates $1,500 to the East Area Family YMCA to help kids with special needs SYRACUSE, N.Y. –The Syracuse Rotary Foundation has donated $1,500 to the East Area Family YMCA in support of Y Kids Inc., an inclusion program for kids with special needs. All kids deserve the oppo ...more

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April 11, 2014

Rotary donates $1,500 to the YMCA

The Syracuse Rotary Foundation has donated $1,500 to the YMCA in support of its scholarship program for YMCA Day Camp Iroquois. Each year, about 100 kids age 3 to 14 receive financial assistance to attend Camp Iroquois. In addition, about 35 kids with developmental disabilities attend the camp each year through th ...more

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December 19, 2013

Delta donation supports Y Arts Scholars

Donation to the YMCA, expanded service show Delta’s local commitment SYRACUSE, N.Y. (Dec.18, 2013) – Delta Air Lines employees came to McKinley-Brighton Elementary School Wednesday to announce a two-year, $50,000 donation to the YMCA of Greater Syracuse. They also distributed books and read with some ...more

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December 19, 2013

Children love Delta's gift to CNY arts

Donation to the YMCA, expanded service show Delta’s local commitment SYRACUSE, N.Y. (Dec.18, 2013) – Delta Air Lines employees came to McKinley-Brighton Elementary School Wednesday to announce a two-year, $50,000 donation to the YMCA of Greater Syracuse. They also distributed books and read with some ...more

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April 30, 2013

Get with the Band

Everybody needs fun, safe activities to learn, grow and thrive. Our aquatics programs, staff and facilities are designed to deliver, and we ’re always trying to improve. That’s why we’re upgrading our swim safety policy.Starting April 29, 2013, every child (age 0 to 17) in our pool must wear one of three colored wr ...more

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