• Tyler Karst

Wabash County YMCA Recipient of Wabash County United Fund Grant

Wabash, Indiana – The Wabash County YMCA is thankful to be awarded the Emergency Relief Grant funded by the Wabash County United Fund to aid in continued cleaning efforts at the YMCA.

Pictured left to right: Dean Gogolewski, CEO, Wabash County YMCA, Patty Godfroy, VP of Operations, Wabash County YMCA, Steve Johnson, Executive Director, Wabash County United Fund.

The grant from the Wabash County United Fund allowed the YMCA to purchase an electrostatic backpack sprayer to disinfect equipment more effectively. “As we continue our cleaning efforts to slow the spread of the virus and protect our members and guests, we are thankful for community partners such as the Wabash County United Fund to assist in these efforts,” said Dean Gogolewski, Wabash County YMCA CEO. “We truly appreciate the gift.”

If you have not visited the YMCA recently, we’d love to see you. Our annual Join the Y - Canned Food Drive continues until October 15. Don’t miss the opportunity to join the YMCA, give back to the community, and receive a reduced Joiner Fee. More details on this event can be found on our Facebook page and website.

With Governor Holcomb’s recent announcement of Stage 5, youth, guests, and nationwide member restrictions have all been lifted. To see the latest letter and continued efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus, visit our Facebook page or website at wabashcountyymca.org, or call us at 260.563.9622. We’d be happy to speak with you.

The YMCA is here for our community. We’re for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Current career opportunities include; Lifeguards, Personal Trainers, and Member Services.

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