Author: Jason Mayeu

July 21, 2021

The Y and The PLUS Company

The YMCA Partners with the PLUS Company to Provide Support for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities in the Greater Nashua Community   The PLUS Company has had a long-standing relationship with the YMCA of Greater Nashua. “When (YMCA Healthy Living Director) Kimberly Adie approached us back in April about a new 8-week program which would teach… Read more »

July 20, 2021

Come Back Together at the YMCA this Fall

Registration Info Questions? Future Sessions The Y and COVID-19   LET’S COME BACK TOGETHER AT THE YMCA THIS FALL This past year has been a trying time for many of us; for a number of different reasons. We’ve endured and found ourselves on the other side of much of it this summer. Humans as a… Read more »

July 14, 2021

National Summer Learning Week

NATIONAL SUMMER LEARNING WEEK – July 12-16 Power Scholars Academy is an Achievement Gap Program Assisting Local Youth During the Summer Months We are in the middle of National Summer Learning Week, a chance to reflect on how important and productive summer vacations can be for children. When we think of learning at the Y… Read more »

July 6, 2021

The Y and End 68 Hours of Hunger

The YMCA of Greater Nashua Partners with End 68 Hours of Hunger to Confront Childhood Food Insecurity in the Greater Nashua Community   Childhood food insecurity is a national problem, it occurs when children receive insufficient food on a regular basis; in many cases missing meals entirely. After a while, these children also experience “fear… Read more »

June 29, 2021

From Y Kid to YMCA Board Member, a Natural Fit for Me

KYLE SCHNECK: FROM Y KID TO YMCA BOARD MEMBER, A NATURAL FIT FOR ME Kyle Schneck has been a Y member almost his entire life, starting as a kid when he grew up in Concord. For him, it was a natural fit to connect with the Y when he and his wife Amanda moved to… Read more »

June 23, 2021

The Y is His Happy Place; Always Fully Accepted, a Second Home

RYAN TERRUSO: THE Y IS HIS HAPPY PLACE; ALWAYS FULLY ACCEPTED, A SECOND HOME Kristine Terruso loves talking about her son Ryan’s Y experience. 15-year-old Ryan started coming the Y at age 2. Kristine and her husband, John work full-time and needed childcare for Ryan.  Initially, Ryan started at an in-home daycare. After two years… Read more »

June 15, 2021

Celebrate Juneteenth, Freedom Day

Recognizing the Importance of Juneteenth by Bruce Smith, YMCA of Greater Nashua and DIG Committee Member   The DIG (Diversity Inclusion Global) Committee at the Y was started as a group to ensure that the Y’s welcoming and inclusive culture is carried throughout our processes, hiring, facilities and programming. It’s important to us as an… Read more »

June 8, 2021

Coming Full Circle, from Camper to Counselor

REBECCA MANNING: COMING FULL CIRCLE, FROM CAMPER TO COUNSELOR Meet Rebecca Manning, one of our newer staff members, and self-professed Y kid that grew up through Y programs.  One of the first programs she attended was “Mommy and Me” classes at the former Y site on Prospect Street. “I was always doing something at the… Read more »