The will add special fanfare to its Annual Meeting on as it dedicates the opening of a number of dramatically renovated rooms and spaces in its facility.
The meeting, which begins with a reception in the newly-renovated lobby at 6:00 p.m., will also include the induction of new board members, informational presentations and refreshments.
NSYMCA Board President Matt Brennan and Executive Director/CEO Howard Schultz will preside over a ribbon-cutting ceremony, followed by tours of the remodeled areas and discussions of future projects.
“This is an incredibly exciting time for our Y,” commented Howard Schultz, NSYMCA CEO/Executive Director. “The Annual Meeting is the first of many opportunities this fall for the community to visit and learn about all we have to offer. We’re looking forward to exceeding expectations when people come in, either as first-time visitors and longtime friends.”
Over the summer, the Y underwent extensive indoor and outdoor renovations on both floors of the facility. Visitors will now step across a new front patio to enter a spacious, fully-accessible welcome center with automatic doors, comfortable seating and flat screen televisions. The men’s locker room has been updated with wood lockers, new tile, fixtures and carpeting, with the women’s locker room scheduled to have comparable updates to be finished in October.
New lighting, paint, and carpeting throughout the building’s corridors improve both its attractiveness and its energy efficiency. Other upgrades include an indoor/outdoor video security system, colorful new signage and enhanced landscaping.
The Y has scheduled a number of upcoming public events to introduce the community to its newly-improved facility. In addition to the Annual Meeting, the public is invited to the , which will feature a wide range of all-ages activities free of charge. On the same evening, from 7:00 to 10:00, the Y will host a .
On Saturday Oct. 28, the Y will hold its , including the traditional haunted pool attraction, inflatables and costume contests.
All events will be held at the Y’s facility at 2705 Techny Road in Northbrook. More details can be found on the Y’s website, www.nsymca.org.
About the North Suburban YMCA
The YMCA is a not-for-profit entity and relies on donations to fund capital improvements and keep its programs available to all, including those facing financial hardship. All board members are community volunteers, who donate their time, talents and financial resources. Located at 2705 Techny Road in Northbrook, the YMCA has served area families in its twelve-city region for over 40 years. The Y is about youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, providing programs and services that meet the needs of our community and are accessible to all. For more information or to make a donation call Tara Bilby at 847-272-7250, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.nsymca.org.