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February 25, 2015                                                          



YWCA Growing Our Future Construction Ground Breaking
Thursday, March 5th at 1:30  pm

The YWCA is excited that the construction on the new entrance will soon begin!  Join us for a ground breaking ceremony. 

 If you are visiting the YWCA please remember parking  for the pool entrance is located off of Westwood.  Parking for other programs is available at Bank of America, street parking on Gatewood Avenue and at High Point Enterprise on Gatewood (across Elm St.)



  Dine Out For the YWCA - March 3rd
Local restaurants will be donating a percentage of the sales for dining out on Tuesday, March 3rd.  Proceeds will support the Women's Resource Center programs and services.  For more information click here. 



 
10,000 Words Photography Class

The YWCA and High Point Arts Council will offer an introductory photography class that teaches basic techniques to taking GREAT photos! Participants will learn photographic aspects such as exposure, balance, and composure.  The six session class begins March 12 and ends with a gallery showing May 28. Open to students in middle and high school and adults. Registration is $25 OR free with a donation of two (2) packs of baby wipes to the Baby Basics.

Space is limited so REGISTER NOW! Contact Alice at aowens@ywcahp.com or 336-882-4126 ext. 24


 

Front Porch Conversations:  March 19th @ noon

Join the YWCA, City of High Point and High Point University for Front Porch Conversations.  The discussion will be led by Dr. Jenn Brandt on the Equal Pay Act. 

 


 

  Pottery Workshops & Classes

March Featured Workshop:  "Face Jugs"

Tuesday 17th create and 24th glaze, 4-6pm

Go back in time and learn a little history about face jugs!

Students get to make jugs by coil-building then add silly facial features to their own jugs. Last day to sign up: Friday March 13th

 For more pottery workshops click here.  


 

YWCA Accepting Nominations For Women of Achievement Luncheon

She is the woman who is always there, often behind the scenes, committed to going "above & beyond."  She is always taking on another project, not for her own glory, but because she sees the need, and steps up to the task.  She encourages the group to achieve more than one person ever could and fades back to let the group take the credit.  You have often admired and needed her.  Now is the time to honor her. 

Awards will be given for the following:
Emerging Leader – An up and coming role model, age 40 or under, who has demonstrated proficient skill and enthusiastic leadership in a career, family or community setting.
Community Champion – A woman who has devoted many years to making a significant difference for women and the community. 
Administrative Support –
An individual who provides exceptional support to her employer and is making a difference within her community. 

 

For more information and nomination form click here

 

 



Shop Smart Eat Smart & Move More - Family Nutrition Class
March 12, 19, 26-April 2, 16, 23, 30, 2015       
6pm-7:30pm

“Shop Smart, Eat Smart and Move More will be presented by the NC Agricultural Extension Office.  This is a fun and interactive class to assist families with preparing nutritious meals, shopping for healthy food products on a budget, and simple exercise instructions.  Registration is Free for this workshop;  please call
(336) 882-4126 to register.  Space is limited.




Chalk Pastels with Marilyn Davis

The YWCA is now offering chalk pastel classes on Tuesdays from 12-2pm

for more information call 882-4126. 



 
Oil Painting with Peggy
Interested in Oil Painting Classes?  Come try them at the YWCA with Peggy!  Call 882-4126 to register today!


 

Women In Transition - March 5, 2015   6pm-7pm

Women In Transition is a monthly meeting for women ages 18 years and above, who are experiencing a life transition.  Join us for this month’s presentation of “Women In History.”  A light meal will be provided.  Childcare is available upon request for registered participants.  Please call (336) 882-4126 to register.




Swim Lessons -

Swim Lessons are offered at various times during the week for ages 6 months to adults.  8 classes for $40 members/$60 nonmembers.  Contact 882-4126 or sgerke@ywcahp.com

   


 

YWCA Offers SCUBA Classes
Interested in becoming SCUBA Certified? Planning a fabulous vacation anytime soon? Sign up for a SCUBA course in our newly renovated pool at the YWCA!

 For more information call 882-4126.

 


 


Latino Family Center offers Hispanic Folk Dance

The Latino Family Center at the YWCA is offering Hispanic Folk Dance Lessons.   Four lessons a month are $20 per person.  For more information or to register contact mkerkado@ywcahp.com  

 


YWCA Wish List
    
Baby Wipes

     Baby Formula has an urgent need!!
     Basketballs, soccer balls, footballs, foosballs
     Scrapbook Paper & Stickers

     hot wheel cars

     Flip Camera
     Toiletries (soap, toothpaste, shampoo, etc)
     Baby Food

     School Supplies
     TV - 32 inch or larger
     Kick Boards
     Arts and Craft Supplies   
 


 

YWCA Offers American Red Cross Lifeguarding Classes:

Know anyone interested in becoming a lifeguard? There is still time to sign up for the Red Cross Lifeguard Class at the YWCA!  For Class Schedules Click Here or contact sgerke@ywcahp.com The cost is $265 for YWCA Members and $275 for nonmembers


Pool Parties All Year Long

Call today to schedule a pool party for you and your friends. Great for school classes, birthdays, church groups and Boy or Girl Scout troops. The party includes one hour in the pool during private swim hours and one hour on the patio or a party room.  call 882-4126 or sgerke@ywcahp.com


336-882-4126 fax 336-882-7980 112 Gatewood Ave. High Point, NC 27262
2015 Board of Directors
Lisa Poplin President                        Joyce Trescot - Secretary

Elizabeth Terrell- President Elect    Ann Lynch- Past President
Samantha McDevitt - Treasurer

Peggy Adams
Ericka Best-Hunt
Melody Barnett
Cristina Qubein Buckfelder
Olivia Cain
Connie Cuthrell
Shelley Delmestri
Charlene Green
Kathleen Graham
Gloria Jackson


Leigh Anne Kasias
Lorraine Klietsch
Monica Lewis
 

Lucy Ortiz
Terri Smith
Monika Stanley
Joyce Trescot
Nadine Williams

Staff
Heidi Majors Executive Director
Jill Smith Finance Director
Zack Miller-  Aquatics  & Wellness
Denise Blunder  - Women's Services Director
Margarita Kerkado, Latino Family Center Director
Michelle Morrison -  Teen Mom Program Director
Jessica Jansen - Aquatics Wellness & Youth Services Program Director

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