Spiritual Vitamin: "But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint." - Isaiah 40:31
Today is PINK day at the Lakewood Family YMCA in honor of breast cancer awareness month. Stop by our table in the lobby to get more information on our post cancer Livestrong program as well as additional resources on breast cancer.
Registration for our First Tee Golf Clinic is now open. The clinic runs November 3-6 from 5-6pm. Youth ages 6-16 build character, learn life-enhancing values, and gain an understanding of how to make healthy choices through the game of golf. There is no cost to participate. Sign up now!
The Candy Corn Carnival is tomorrow in the Main Gym from 4-6pm. Members and community members of all ages are welcome to join us for games, prizes, a costume contest, face painting and more! There is no cost to attend and the first 50 kids get a free T-shirt!
Join us bright and early tomorrow morning to hike Crystal Peak! The hike is 8 miles with a 3,100-foot elevation gain. Meet at the Y at 7:30am and please pack a lunch. For more information and a complete list of required gear, contact Gail Cicelski at 253-460-8941 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be equipped for the challenges of daily living as you meet with other members for a non-denominational, faith-based hour of prayer, and fellowship. Join us for Community Prayer Time Fridays at 9am.
Our staff is decked out in their favorite sports swag! Find them around the building to learn more about this weekend's Candy Corn Carnival, Saturday from 4-6pm in the Main Gym.
Today is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Every year in the United States, approximately one million pregnancies end in miscarriage, and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of death among children from one month to one year of age.
Please take a moment in your day to remember the children and families affected by miscarriage, stillbirth, and SIDS in our community. You can also stop by the Welcome Center for free resources on how to protect babies from SIDS.
Honesty is our value of the month. Of course, everyone wants their children to be honest. So, how can you help make that happen? The first step is setting a good example. Yes, this means not getting the kids meal even though your kids can pass for 10 and under. It means telling the truth—and making a point of letting them know you're choosing to be honest. That’s just the beginning of how to teach kids to be honest, but it’s a start. How do you model honesty for your kids?