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recent news releases

october 9, 2015

Well City Milwaukee hosting second annual Diabetes in the Workplace Summit

September 15, 2015

Milwaukee Y expanding top-rated Early Childhood Education program and Before- and After-school Care program

July 13, 2015

Milwaukee Y Gymnastics Teams Place in Top 10 at YMCA National Championships

July 1, 2015

Brewers Community Foundation Hosts YMCA Day at Miller Park on July 8

May 18, 2015

YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee Appoints Vice President of Healthy Living
Laura J. Rooney, Ph.D., M.S. to lead Y’s efforts to build healthy communities

April 16, 2015

Milwaukee Y and Milwaukee County Parks Partner to bring Day Camps and Swim Lessons to County Parks this summer

April 10, 2015

Milwaukee is first city in nation to earn Well City USA Award twice

March 25, 2015

Milwaukee Y partners with Children’s Hospital and City of Milwaukee Health Department to offer vaccine clinic

March 19, 2015

YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee urges community to test risk for type 2 diabetes on American Diabetes Association Alert Day®, March 24

March 4, 2015

Milwaukee YMCA Offers FREE Fridays in March and April

February 18, 2015

YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee and Direct Supply to host Teen Summit, Feb. 27-28

February 12, 2015

Northside YMCA to Host Family Fun Fridays – Feb. 13 and 27

January 30, 2015

YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee Plan of Reorganization Approved
Organization Emerges from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Debt Free and Refocused

January 15, 2015

YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee Honors the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on January 19


About the Milwaukee Y

The Milwaukee Y is a powerful association of men, women and children of all ages and walks of life joined together by a shared vision to create a stronger, healthier Milwaukee where families of all incomes and backgrounds truly thrive. Supported by the generosity and vision of our benefactors, the Milwaukee Y offers solutions that reduce health issues that plague our community, such as chronic diseases and preventable injuries; provides safe places seven-days-a-week where kids can have fun, families can gather and seniors can build meaningful connections; serves as an access point for vital community needs, such as preventative health care and reliable, safe before- and after-school care; partners with families, schools and other non-profits to help kids grow into productive adults; and makes fitness fun and accessible for all. Comprising five locations throughout the Milwaukee area, as well as YMCA Camp Minikani on the shores of Lake Amy Belle in Hubertus, Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Y has been a part of the lives of the greater Milwaukee area’s kids and families since 1858.