Baker County YMCA Phase 2 Plan July 22, 2020 Dear Y Members, We received the following information today about new state requirements for face coverings that will impact our activities: State regulations require that, effective Friday, July 24th: -Face coverings are required for age 5 and up –Face coverings are required when exercising indoors, plus outdoors when you can’t physically distance This will mean
Our Vision Baker County YMCA consistently exceeds community needs by creating valued programs and partnerships that nurture the potenetial of youth, promote healthy living, create a sense of social responsibility and demonstrate solid financial stewardship. Our Mission To fulfill community needs through active, ongoing listening and communication with our members and community partners. To deliver quality programs and processes in all we do.
Volunteerism & Giving The generosity of others is at the core of our existence. It is only through the support of our hundreds of thousands of volunteers and public and private donors that we are able to give back to the communities we serve. Be Involved As the leading nonprofit for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y works side-by-side with our
Code of Conduct BAKER COUNTY YMCA CODE OF CONDUCT POLICY We at Baker County YMCA pride ourselve on the safety of children in our facility. If you see any of the below stated conduct by any employee of the YMCA, please report it immediately following the reporting process at the bottom of this page. In order to protect YMCA staff, volunteers, and program participants–at
Adam Crowell, President Rob Gaslin, Treasurer Zach Allen, Secretary Tera Bigelow, Board advisor Orrin Bigelow Tory Thornton Sam Stagnaro David Kassien