Building Communities: Mission In Action
On May 9th, Volunteers came together to help two residents of Mt. Sterling, a resident in Timewell and the community of Ripley. With a great group of 53 volunteers ready to work, these homes and the Ripley Community Building received exterior facelifts and groundskeeping assistance. One home received a paint job! Other homes were power washed, gutters were cleaned, weeds were pulled and dead trees removed. Residents of Ripley joined in the volunteer effort to work on the community building. This was the sixth MIA project day. A second date in the fall of 2015 is being planned. If you know of an elderly or in-need neighbor that is unable to do these types of projects for themselves, please contact one of the planning committee members, including Jeff Summers, Becky Pruden, Jean Hulvey.
A special thanks goes out to the United Way of Brown County for financially supporting this project! Thank you to all the volunteers for giving of your time to help your neighbors and build your community!
Nine At Night Glow Golf Scramble
Unique to the area and to our Y this summer is our First Annual Night Golf Tournament, held on July 24th. Featuring Rolling Greens front nine holes, teams will be equipped with glow gear and glow in the dark golf balls for the course. Dinner will also be provided for teams. All proceeds from the tournament will go towards the YMCA mission of strengthening the foundations of our local communities through programs and services that promote youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The format is four man teams playing best ball. Registration cost is $200/team. Contact Nick Still, Director of Healthy Living, at 217-773-2230 or at email@example.com to register today! Spots are limited!
Heart and Sole 5k – Halloween Hustle Night Run
Come dressed in your Halloween best for our annual Heart and Sole 5K! This will be our first night run and will take place on October 17th at dusk. Runners will receive glow gear for the course. The “hustle” will feature medals for the top two male and female finishers for all age groups as well as prizes for best costumes. All proceeds from the Heart and Sole 5K run go towards the Mt. Sterling Community Center YMCA Endowment Fund.
Outdoor Movie Nights
The Mt. Sterling YMCA and the United Way of Brown County are pleased to offer the Outdoor Movie Night series once again! Join your family and friends for a movie under the stars! A family-friendly movie will start at dusk, and will be held on the east side of the Mt. Sterling YMCA. Come out around 8:30 p.m. to setup blankets and/or lawn chairs. Remember to bring some refreshments to enjoy while watching the movie! This event is free. In case of inclement weather, the movie will be shown in the YMCA gym.
Dates: June 26, July 24, August 14
Flash Back Friday – Classic Movies
When it comes to watching movies, there’s nothing better than the classics. The Mt. Sterling Community Center YMCA is proud to present Flash Back Friday’s where we will be bringing back classic films and showing them on the big screen in the large activity room at the Y. Films will be shown once a month on Friday evenings beginning at 6:30 p.m. This event is free! Bring your own snacks if you like. Popcorn and water will be available.
Dates: June 19, July 31, August 28
Time: 6:30 p.m.