Author: Stacey Schall

October 7, 2019

Fall Craft Fair at the Nashua YMCA

FALL CRAFT FAIR AT THE YMCA Join Us for Family Friendly Fun and Holiday Shopping – all while helping to raise money for the Nashua YMCA at our Annual Fall Craft Fair! There will be a wide variety of crafts for you to check out plus breakfast and lunch concessions will be available. The fun… Read more »

August 4, 2016

A Real Confidence Builder

Tim Vadney and his family have been long time members of the Y of Greater Nashua since 2004. They started utilizing the Y when their two children, TJ and Kaitlyn, were born for childcare. From there the kids were involved in just about every activity including swim lessons, afterschool care and summer camp at Camp… Read more »

July 19, 2016

Camp Spaulding Hosts Students from YMCA Colombia

“I’m very much enjoying this camp experience. Everyone is very friendly and they make you feel like you’re at home,” said Sergio, age 15, camper from YMCA Colombia. “My parents are very happy and proud of me. It’s my first international trip.” YMCA Camp Spaulding was selected as one of several YMCA camps from around… Read more »

June 4, 2016

Health is Social

“You don’t want to get diabetes, if you can prevent it. Baby Boomers are living longer and having an expanded life is a reason to stay healthy,” said Greater Nashua YMCA member Dave deBronkart. After his doctor diagnosed him as being at-risk for Type 2 diabetes, deBronkart enrolled himself in the Y’s Diabetes Prevention Program… Read more »

May 13, 2016

Greater Nashua Y Feels Like Family

Amanda was searching for kindergarten options for her son Camden, when she came across the YMCA of Greater Nashua. She was worried that she couldn’t afford the Y for her family as a single mom, but thanks to financial assistance from the Y Cares program, Amanda and Cam were able to become members and Cam… Read more »

March 13, 2016

A Lifetime Member

In 1949 at the age of 5, Greg Derderian became a member of the Y in Nashua and quickly became more involved than he could have anticipated. By age 11, Greg was the Vice-President of the 1st Nashua Y Leaders Group, volunteering to assist with physical education programs at the Y. By age 13, he… Read more »

January 13, 2016

Volunteering to Give Back

Volunteering at the Y is important to Holly for a few reasons.  For one, she enjoys promoting fitness and wellness in the community. “Healthy community members are happy community members so anything I can do to further community health is a worthwhile mission.”  Secondly, Holly personally reaps the benefits of the exercise along with her… Read more »

December 22, 2015

Anyone up for Raquetball?

He may be 75, but not even getting a year older can’t stop Tony Mandravelis from hitting the Y racquetball courts.  Tony started going to the Y on Temple Street in 1944 at the age of 7, participating in a variety of events including basketball, ping pong, pool tournaments, and boxing.  He started playing in… Read more »