North Carolina YMCAs Offer Program to Help Prevent Diabetes
[Raleigh, N.C., October 31, 2022]–November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and a time for all North Carolina residents to assess their risk for developing prediabetes or type 2 diabetes. More than 96 million adults in America have prediabetes, while eight in 10 people don’t know they have prediabetes.
Winston-Salem, NC (June 6, 2022)—The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina has named Rev. Kenneth A. Pettigrew Executive Director of the Winston Lake Family YMCA. Rev. Pettigrew will oversee all operations of the Winston Lake Family YMCA and will coordinate all community partnerships through the branch. He will start his role on July 18.
Winston-Salem, NC (May 13, 2022) – The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina announced today that Darryl Head has been named President and Chief Executive Officer, effective May 16, following an extensive six-month national search.
The Y Association has had a partnership with YMCA Ukraine for nearly 30 years; hopes to generate local support, aid for Ukrainians.
WINSTON-SALEM — The invasion by Russian forces into Ukraine and the damage it has caused hits close to home for many at the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina, as the organization has had a longstanding connection with YMCA Ukraine for near
Habits made during National Nutrition Month can be sustained for the long term.
WINSTON-SALEM — March is National Nutrition Month, and while a focus on nutrition is important throughout the year, this month provides an opportunity to examine and maybe reevaluate your dietary habits.
The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina’s students were named to several leadership positions, pass a series of bills
WINSTON-SALEM — The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina’s Youth & Government delegates continued their longstanding tradition of outstanding commitment at the annual statewide Youth & Government Conference this past February.