In the cabana of Klahanie’s Highland Gardens neighborhood, about 20 Kindergarten through 12th grade students gather to participate in the Y’s on-site afterschool homework/enrichment program.
Jorge, a third-grader, is one of many who has benefitted from the help of the HG volunteers from the Y’s Teen Leadership Board, teens
Live music and dancing, food, drinks and a silent auction are just part of the fun the Sammamish Kiwanis group will bring to town when the Sammamish Kiwanis Jumpin’ Jive to Thrive fundraiser takes place the evening of Saturday, March 3rd.
When you register, on the drop-down box that states “What organization do you wish to designate your ticket sale proceeds to go to,” please be sure to select the Sammamish YMCA, as a portion of your ticket purchase will go straight back to the Sammamish Community YMCA Annual Fund Drive,
As the Child & Family Therapist for the Sammamish Community Y, Allora Tvedt hopes to break down the stigma of mental health by offering counseling and education services in the Y’s less traditional setting.
“Life is meant to be lived in a community,” says Allora. “You shouldn’t have to bear something alone.”
This new position, funded by donors like you, was
Thank you for helping us to make a positive difference in our local community
Hello and welcome to the Sammamish Community YMCA’s 2018 Annual Fund Campaign! During the next six weeks we will share some inspirational stories as we work towards our goal of raising $165,000.
We invite those 18 and older to join us for our Adult 3vs.3 Basketball Tournament that kicks off on Tuesday, Feb. 20th!
Here is what to expect from this four-week tournament: Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 20th,
Eastlake High School and Inglewood Middle School parents: Please join us the evening of
Wednesday, March 7
for a panel review following the showing of The Angst Project – and IndieFlix Original documentary.
The Angst project explores
Your kids have grown and flown and “family dinners” have become an intimate twosome. Take heart, now you can rejoice in cooking for less picky palates and stretching your food budget farther!
In this demonstration class you will learn how to
Both Y members and the local community are invited to come waltz, tango, foxtrot and learn some other great dance moves taught by the fabulous Teresa Osborn – Health and Wellness Program Supervisor at the Sammamish Y. the first Friday of each month.
“If you do not know how to dance, no fear – I will go through some basic steps,” Teresa says. “It will
Hand in Hand We Code (HHWC) welcomes kids in grades 2-6 to attend a FREE coding event hosted at the Sammamish Y on Sunday, Feb. 4. HHWC student teachers use a program called Scratch, which simulates real code by incorporating the logic and concepts involved in basic coding.
Mark your calendars!
Date: Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018