Superior Douglas County Family YMCA

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UPCOMING EVENTS:

Operation Christmas Child

For over 20 years, Operation Christmas Child has answered the call to share the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2018, more than 10.6 million gift-filled shoe boxes were collected & distributed to children in more than 136 countries and territories around the world.

Join us Thursday, November 7th at noon as we join the cause and fill boxes.

You can help in 3 ways:

Donate $9 per box to cover shipping (we do not need boxes)

Donate items to be packaged (List of acceptable items can be found online and in the lobby)

Help us pack on Thursday, November 7th at 12:00PM in the multi-purpose room MORE INFO

Short list of gift suggestions Full list of gift suggestions

100 DONORS 100 DOLLARS 100 DAYS Make your end of year giving to the Superior Douglas Country Family YMCA Annual Support Campaign. The Annual Support Campaign allows us to continue to offer scholarships to those that cannot otherwise afford the full cost of programs and services.

The Y makes every effort not to turn anyone away, especially youth, for the inability to pay. In order to do that, we need to fundraise in order to bring in donations to off-set the costs of the scholarships we provide. In 2018, with your help, we provided over $135,000 in scholarships. Our goal is to raise at least $10,000 through the 100 donors, 100 dollars, 100 days drive which will take place September 23-December 31.

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PAST EVENTS:

Thank you to our volunteers who helped clean up Faxon Creek! https://www.fox21online.com/2019/09/25/superior-ymca-volunteers-clean-up-faxon-creek/

Thank you to all who participated and donated to our Run for All 5K 10K!

Here's the race results: http://www.duluthtimingandevents.com/results.

https://www.fox21online.com/2019/08/17/100-years-of-ymca-camp-lake-nebagamon/

Past and present campers, alumni, friends, staff, and community members joined together at YMCA camp in Lake Nebagamon for our 100-year celebration Saturday, August 17th. Opportunities included camp tours, campfire, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and reminiscing while viewing current and historical pictures of the camp. The day ended with a social hour, dinner and slideshow that connected the past, celebrated the present, and a plan for the future.

Safety Around Water The Superior YMCA is proud to offer Safety Around Water to over 600 Northern Lights Elementary students this past May.

Thank you to Fox 21 for featuring our story http://bit.ly/2YU2P8L

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