2 Dear Y members: On behalf of the Hanover Area YMCA Board of Directors, Board of Trustees and YMCA staff, thank you for your support in Our organization is truly a community hub, reaching thousands of people in the greater Hanover and Littlestown areas, regardless of whether they are members or not. Our three facilities offer children, families, and individuals of all ages a wide variety of programs, physical fitness opportunities, and a wonderful chance to socialize. We continued to implement our strategic plan in 2012, which focuses on 3 broad areas: 1) impacting our entire community as a cause-driven charitable organization, 2) meeting members needs through outstanding experiences, and 3) maintaining a financially sound YMCA now and in the future. Here are some highlights of what we ve accomplished as part of our plan: OUR MISSION To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. OUR VISION Collaborate with communities and organizations, support and strengthen all individuals and families, build character, embrace diversity, and promote healthy lifestyles. OUR PURPOSE Strengthening the foundations of community. The Early Learning Center (ELC) for 2-year olds was expanded to serve an additional 18 children, a pressing community need. Our Y is the only childcare provider that serves this group with an all-day program. Our Y hosted many free-of-charge events to other non-profit or community groups such as the Exchange Club, TLA (Training Leaders through Athletics), and a graduation night event for Hanover High School. A collaboration with PNC Bank helped provide our ELC students with an introduction to financial education concepts, plus financially-oriented books, Christmas gifts and a Thanksgiving luncheon for the whole family. Members collected canned foods that were distributed to local food pantries, a few of our many collaboration partners. Splash Week took place last June, which allowed over 100 youth, ages 5 and over, to learn to swim for free in both of our pools. Summer camp enrollment increased by 20% for youth, ages We provided scholarships to approximately 2,100 individuals for programs and general membership assistance. The need continues to grow each year. Our scholarships were made possible by donations from 411 individuals and businesses to our Kids Come First annual campaign. Membership rates were not increased for the 3rd year in a row by continuing to stream line costs. Our Y continued to enhance its facilities by purchasing new equipment and renovating many areas in all three of our facilities. In response to member suggestions, we provided a variety of new fitness classes, including water-based programs such as the highly popular Les Mills series. During these difficult economic times, our Y continues to remain financially stable and provide programs and services to the greater Hanover and Littlestown communities. For 45 years, we have always been here for our community, and in 2013 and the years to follow, we will remain committed to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Bobbi Little President, YMCA Board of Directors
3 2012 Hanover Area YMCA Achievement Award The Hanover Area YMCA is pleased to announce the distinguished recipient of the 2012 YMCA Achievement Award. We congratulate Mr. Thomas Moul for his work and dedication to our YMCA. Tom has been a member of the Hanover Y since 2008, and has supported our Y in many essential capacities that have made our Y a hub in the community. Tom is the type of volunteer who impacts our Y on a multitude of levels; he is often behind the scenes giving his time and expertise to our CEO, CFO and many other employees. Currently, Tom serves as the Treasurer for our Board of Directors, a role that he took on in 2012 after serving as the Board Secretary when he joined the Board in However, before joining the Board, Tom joined the Finance Committee in Since that time, our CFO has relied on Tom s expertise and more specifically, spent much time consulting with him during our software conversion in In addition to providing financial advice, Tom has been a visionary for our Y s future, as he participated in the Strategic Planning Committee that created the Y s real-time Strategic Plan. He has also assisted in board development by making many suggestions that have resulted in new board members within our association. Tom serves as a liaison for the Y s partnership with the Institute of Athletic Development (IAD) and the non-profit organization, Training Leaders through Athletics (TLA). He is also currently involved in the Y s consideration of a new facility on the south side of Hanover. In addition to the Board and other committees, Tom is in his fourth year of volunteering for our Y s annual support campaign, Kids Come First. Even though the annual campaign wraps up the first week in April, Tom s busiest period as a CPA, he still makes time to help our Y raise this much needed money. Tom has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from York College and is a member of the American and Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs. He is currently the CFO and a shareholder of Stambaugh Ness, a regional CPA and Business Consulting firm. Tom resides in Hanover with his wife, Julie, and they have two college-age children, Eric and Elizabeth. When he is not rooting for Notre Dame, his other passion is baseball, and he especially enjoys traveling to watch his son s college baseball games. On behalf of the Hanover Area YMCA staff, members and volunteers, we convey our deep appreciation and gratitude to Mr. Thomas Moul for his dedication, expertise and endless support for our YMCA. Thank you for all you have given and continue to give to our Y!
4 STAFF ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 30 YEARS Sharon Saltzgiver 25 YEARS Sally Grim 20 YEARS Billy Wineholt 15 YEARS Kimberly Capone Irina Koroleva Wendy Petsch Julie Walton 10 YEARS Tamara Becker William Berry Laura Lynne Buckley Diane Dell Tracey Garcia Jessica O Brien Michaela Rohrbaugh 5 YEARS Richard Arnold Deborah Asper Cindy Breighner Susan Cordell Kimberly Dillman John Grap Melissa Hartlaub Laura Hommerbocker Deborah Johnson Ann Kress Gary McClure Catherine Palombo Ryan Rhodes Michael Rodkey Robert Sheely Reginald Thompson James Wildasin Laura Winters Stacey Wolfe-Bosley STAFF OF THE YEAR HANOVER ANTHONY DIAZ Anthony Diaz has been working for the Hanover Area YMCA for a little over four years. In that short amount of time, Anthony has won the hearts of those around him, members and staff. He is personable, caring, respectful, and responsible. He currently works the early morning shift as a lifeguard and as an after school swim instructor in the Aquatics Department. Always willing to help wherever and whenever needed, he is also a Fitness Attendant in South Hanover, he has helped in the Maintenance Department, and this past summer he was a full time Camp Counselor. Anthony is fantastic with kids and they love him, which makes him a great member of our staff team and an all around great guy. SOUTH HANOVER KRYSTAL CUFFLEY In 2011, Krystal Cuffley came to our Y as a teacher in the Discovery Program and a summer camp counselor for Camp Hickory. She continued her role as a counselor in At the end of the 2012 summer camp season, Krystal was offered the position of Camp Hickory Head Counselor for the 2013 season because of the exceptional leadership skills she demonstrated as a counselor. In the fall of 2012, Krystal also stepped up to assist in the Wee Kicks and Pee Wee Soccer Programs when the coordinator left without warning. Krystal has shown great leadership by taking on this role to help out the Sports Department, as well as the Hanover YMCA. When not at the YMCA, Krystal is an avid softball player and enjoys spending time with her family. She works at Francis Scott Key High School as a One on One, with a special needs student. LITTLESTOWN TRACEY GARCIA Tracey Garcia is honored as the Staff of the Year for the Littlestown YMCA. Tracey is always available to lend a helping hand. She assisted the new Operations Director, Toni Shaw in getting settled at the branch. Her willingness to provide useful information and introductions to members made Toni feel a part of the team quickly. She goes above and beyond with meeting members goals. Her fitness orientations are thorough, and she takes a leadership role in mentoring other fitness staff. She engages members through her group exercise class, and her classes are growing. She is talented in several core program areas which makes her a valuable asset to our YMCA.
5 12 DONALD B. SMITH John Silcox Robert Henneman Robert Bleakley Robert Miller Sr Victoria Stauffer VOLUNTEERS Smith Elliott Kearns & Beth Henry OF THE Jerry Boxman YEAR Monica Miller-Thacker Lauren Steirer Company LLC Randy Hilker Cindy Breighner Ray Millhimes Donna Swanger Selena Snively HomeField Advantage Larry Bresnahan Brenda Moxley Marie Swartz Marlin Stoner HANOVER Vicki Jacobs Robin Brewer Andrew Musselman Patricia Uhl Robert Sullivan DONNA SWANGER Sharon Kebil-Whisler Howard Calp Karen Nelson Hazel Vockroth Donna Swanger has been TempStar a member Staffing and involved Samantha with the Kirby Hanover Y Randy since 2002 Carlson and currently Elizabeth is the Nevells President of the Candee Gymnastics Waite Parents Organization (GPO). Robert Donna s Troxell role as president has specific responsibilities that include frequent communication with the Eric Hormel Karen Cataldo Debra Norman Elizabeth Watkins Gymnastics Director and Marcos the one Ugarte hundred twenty five participants parents. Donna goes over and above what is required. When Mike Lanahan Janet Cavey Penny Opalka Mary Clare Weaver preparing Michael Lindsey for a home meet, Marie she Warner ensures that all of the parents receive necessary information about the meet and about how much help is needed to ensure that it runs successfully. Paul Lehigh During home meets, Karen Donna Claycombe is always present David from Ozminski start to finish, Jeffrey which Weaver is much Harry Lippy JoAnn Watz more than the minimum requirement of time that Jennifer is asked Leib of each parent. John Connor As President of our Tabatha gymnastics Peregoy board Donna Patrick is Weaver Charles Mackley Billy Wineholt responsible for creating the agenda for our monthly Jeanne Little GPO board meetings. Laurie Her Crouse agendas are thorough Stepheni Reams and always sent Susan to the Weber Gymnastics Tom Martin Director early Thoms for additions Witman and thoughts. Having a volunteer President like Donna most definitely makes it easier for Scott Milburn Julie Dell Judy Risk Randy Wentz the Stuart Hanover Maschke Y to keep our Women program of the healthy Moose and moving in a positive direction. McSherrystown Paul Minnich David DePorter Randy Roberts Brenda Wertz Stambaugh Metal, Chapter #2179 David Motter Jen Eckard Casey Rohrbaugh Douglas West Glenda Millar York White Rose SOUTH HANOVER Wanderers Michael Moyer Charles Eisenhart Roller Printing William Wierman Jane Miller Company, Jim Roller SCOTT STRAUSBAUGH Joseph Zutell Wendell Mulder James Ernst Coty Wise James Miner Ann Rollins Scott Strausbaugh and his wife, Kristine, and their Murphy three Funeral children Home have been Margaret active Eser members and program participants Dick of our Wisor Y since Minute Man Press of Joel Ruths Hanover Scott has been the president of the South KIDS CLUB Patricia Hanover Owen Board since 2008, Patricia and Freed also serves on the Hanover Board of Marietta Directors. Witt He has given countless hours of his time as a key member of a committee for a proposed new South Chris Hanover Sager facility. He also advocates Charles Miserendino $50 to $99 Pro-Pac, Sandra Gilpin James Witt for the Y in the community, as he has been involved with our Kids Come First annual campaign Roxonne for the last Schloyer five years and assists with board Glen Morrell development for the Donna South Adams Hanover facility. Bonnie Scott Reams provides advice Glenn s Appliance Bonnie Yohe Service and lends his expertise Joan to Scott management staff whenever he is called. Robert He Mosher is a dedicated American volunteer, Legion and Post we look Reichart s forward Camping to seeing the Strausbaugh family at our Y for many years. Tim Moyer No. 14 Center Thomas Gouker Ruth Shaffer Patricia Murren Clair Anderson Anita Ritter Anne Gretz Theresa Shibler LITTLESTOWN Scott Myers Aqua Chemical Supply, Penny Rostamali Susan Hedges Lisa Shipley STEVE STAUB Doug Seibel Sheila Hertz Charlotte Smith National Barn Company Steve Staub was a U13 boys Marsha coaches Baker in the Future Charles Stars Seidenstricker and Survival Sr. Michael Basketball Hostetler programs this Helen year. Smith Steve lives in the New Oxford area George with Neiderer his wife, Stephanie, Cherie Baker and their two boys, Barbara Justin Sentz and Jordan (who Sean played Huston for him this Cynthia past season). Staub Steve based his team goals Neil Kemper around the following Construction Leonard three Baker areas; one, make sure the players are having fun, and are practicing good sportsmanship; two, Tammy Shore Richard Jacobs keep the players safe; three, make sure they are learning the fundamentals of the game. During both practices and games, Steve James Noel Danielle Bealmear always has these goals in mind and often exceeds The Lite-House them, as he arrives Barbara early to Jenkins practice and stays late to work with kids who want Keith Nonemaker Tamara Becker extra coaching. The players on Therit s his team Catering always & enjoy Vernon themselves King in practices and games, and routinely show Northwest Savings Blettner Power Sports Vending respect to one another, opponents, and officials. Bank Carla Klinger Keelie Tullis Dorothy Oblack Daniel Bowman Nicholas Klunk Scott Zartman Quinn Flags Kelly Burgard Jennifer Knorr YOUTH Rhodes Massage Roberta Bush Abbey Koontz BASIC SUSTAINING Therapy ALORA MILLER George Chance Mary Rose Lawhead up to $49 Alora Miller is 15 and attends New Oxford High School where she is a sophomore. At the end of her freshman Michael Rios Judy Cornbower Carolyn Lebo year, Alora approached the Gail gymnastics Anderson department at the Hanover Y and inquired about volunteering for a Robert Ritter Sonny Eline Michelle Lee school project. Alora, who Anonymous had been a gymnast at the Hanover Y for five years, wanted to volunteer with Rosensteel Insurance Nanci some Feltham of the younger gymnastics Danielle Lew Richard Arnold participants for her project. To fulfill her project, she helped coach Herb Rutters Harriett elementary Fox aged tumbling classes for six months. Michelle Because Link she had such a positive attitude and was Sandra Avery S.E. Hagarman Designs, excited to learn more about coaching, she LLC John Gilpin Robert was also Lockwood invited to help coach the four and five year old Level Sandra Barr 2 boys and Gym Mini girls during that same time period. The Hanover Y is proud to say that due to Shaun Saltzgiver Lori Gouker Gary McClure her outstanding Kenneth level of Becker responsibility and enthusiasm for coaching, Alora has learned that Anna Sanders Lois Gunnet Ann Meckley volunteering Margie can lead Berman to even greater opportunities, as she is now a paid coach for the Level 2 Leslie Savino Hanover Clothing boys Co. and Gym Catherine Melhorn Michael Mini Berry girls. Kevin Shanaghan Hanover Land Services Ben Messinger Jason Bittle Helen Heinl Stephen Miller Robert Bittner
6 AQUATICS YOUTH LEADERS OF THE YEAR ANGEL FLORES Angel Flores is a ten year old who has been involved in competitive swimming since age 6. He is always willing to push himself through practice and always wants to better himself. Due to multiple surgeries he had to have on his feet, Angel had to take a break from his swimming, which resulted in a short summer season. Even though getting back in the pool last fall was hard at first, Angel kept pushing himself, and his hard work paid off with significant time drops in all his individual events. Angel has qualified for Districts this season in three individual events and also a relay. With his great attitude and ability to work hard he will continue to improve as a great swimmer in the seasons to come. ABBY JARRETT Abby Jarrett is a nine year old who has been on the Stingray swim team since Abby comes to practice with a good attitude and always works hard. She is always open to advice from the coaches even if new techniques may not seem faster at first. Abby was close to making Districts last winter season as an eight year old which is extremely difficult. This season she has dropped a substantial amount of time in all her events and qualified for districts in three individual events and a relay. Even though Abby is a younger swimmer, she is a great role model for the entire team. PAUL SPEARS SPORTSMANSHIP AWARDS BASKETBALL - RYAN GRAP Ryan Grap is a fourth grader at Park Hills Elementary School and is the son of John and Doreen Grap of Hanover. This past season, Ryan played in the U10 Division of the Future Stars League on Eric Bealmear and Leland Hughes Orioles team. His coaches were extremely pleased with the way Ryan followed instructions and committed to hard work at every practice. He always cheers his teammates on and seems to get just as excited when they score a basket as when he scores. During games, Ryan plays very fundamental basketball and focuses on all the aspects of the game; passing, rebounding, defense and scoring; he is a team player who is always willing to pass the ball. After practices and games, Ryan takes time to thank his coaches and officials, and to congratulate opponents on a good game. When Ryan is not playing, he will routinely volunteer his time working the game clock for other games. INDOOR SOCCER - MORIAH MORTON Moriah Morton started playing soccer two years ago at the YMCA and now plays on a U13 indoor team. She thoroughly enjoys both indoor and outdoor soccer. She is in 7th grade and attends the Morton Academy home school with her five siblings. At a very young age she had a God-given talent to lead others and bring fun into any situation, and this has continued on into her soccer experiences as a young lady. While willing to help the younger kids at practice or be an extra player for the older teams, she also demonstrates an attitude of good sportsmanship and is a supportive team player on her own U13 team. Win or lose, Moriah continues to support teammates and respect the opposition. Every week Moriah exemplifies caring, respect, honesty, and responsibility. GYMNASTICS ELIZABETH GRODEN Elizabeth Libby Groden is 17 years old and has been on the Hanover YMCA Gymnastics Team for 7 years. She is currently a Level 10 gymnast. Libby s most recent gymnastics achievement is receiving the attention of college recruiters from Division I schools like West Virginia, Penn State, Kent, Cornell and others. One thing that has certainly helped Libby achieve this attention is her academic standing. Libby is in the top of her class as a junior at New Oxford High School. She is a member of the National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society and a Student Council member. Libby is certainly looking forward to continuing her gymnastics career at the college level. ALEX WERTZ Alex Wertz is 17 years old and has been on the Hanover YMCA Gymnastics Team for 12 years. Alex is a Level 10 gymnast. His most recent gymnastics achievement was making it to the Junior Olympic Nationals in 2012, where he traveled with his coach and one other teammate to Cincinnati Ohio. In addition to being an outstanding member of our gymnastics team, Alex is a junior at Hanover High School where he holds Top Honors in his class and is a member of the National Art Honor Society. Alex is considering the possibility of continuing his gymnastics career at the college level.
7 INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITY As a leading nonprofit partner throughout the country, the Y has the track record and on-the-ground presence to move communities forward, just as we do here in Hanover, Pennsylvania. As a charity, we work every day to address community needs and ensure that all are welcome and that no one is turned away for an inability to pay. Y FACTS There is no other nonprofit quite like the Y. That s because in 10,000 neighborhoods across the nation, we have the presence and partnerships to not just promise, but to deliver lasting personal and social change. People Served 69,600 Financial Assistance and Subsidies $603,347 Contributed Income $756,101 from the Community Government Funding That Helps $252,795 Us Provide Needed Services (includes grants, contracts and vouchers) OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL IN THE GREATER HANOVER COMMUNITY Giving everyone the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive Children and Teens (1-17) The Hanover Y serves 8,050 kids and teens, providing a wide range of activities to nurture potential, including teen clubs, sports leagues, family nights and community service projects. Low-Income Families Our YMCAs provide quality, affordable childcare and open all our programs to working families regardless of their income level. Seniors (65+) Programs in Health and Wellness and Aquatics departments ensure that older adults have every opportunity to connect with one another and engage in meaningful activities in every YMCA in Pennsylvania. Everyone is Welcome We provide activities open to everyone in our community including free health fairs and screenings, physical activity programs, nutrition advice and more valued at $20,000 in benefit to the community each year. Other Nonprofit Organizations The Hanover Area YMCA provided $6,000 worth of space at little to no charge for outside clubs, nonprofits and community service organizatiosn to help them meet broader community needs. INVESTING IN OUR KIDS, OUR HEALTH AND OUR NEIGHBORS At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Strong communities don t just happen, they re the result of steady leadership and stewardship of strong values. That s the Y. We make a difference by focusing on three key areas: youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. By investing in our kids, our health and our neighbors, the Hanover Area YMCA ensures that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to thrive. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Nurturing the potential of every child and teen The Hanover Area YMCA Early Learning Center was awareded a grant through the PNC Foundation. The PNC Grant was used to help children learn how to spend, save, and share. The PNC Foundation also provided seminars to over 200 individuals at our Annual Fall Fest in October of The Hanover Area YMCA continues to collaborte with five local school districts offering our Discovery before and aftercare school age child programs. Our Early Learning Center had a terrific year with serving close to 100 children ages one through five. HEALTHY LIVING Improving the nation s health and well-being The Rutter s Youth Fitness Center was developed in 2011 with a grant given to the Hanover Area YMCA. The room is used to help beat the childhood obesity epidemic, and it continues to be a place for children ages seven through thirteen to work out and stay healthy. Our collaboration with the Hanover Hospital has allowed us to offer a Multiphasic testing at our Hanover location. The testing served over one hundredd people in The Hanover Area YMCA continues to offer a variety of health and wellness classes with various impact levels. VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT & COLLABORATIONS Mobilizing our community to effect lasting change Volunteerism YMCA is locally driven by an ongoing assessment of community needs and controlled by a local board of community volunteers. Number of Volunteers 528 Total Volunteer Time 6,336 Hours Total Value of Volunteer Time $110,504 Collaborations The Y recognizes the importance of working together to create lasting social and personal change. We have the community s trust to convene, partner and support community collaborations with schools, government agencies, faith-based organizations, businesses and others. Hanover Hospital Training Leaders Through Athletics Five Local School Districts Amazing Kids Hanover Public Library SPORTS Rehab Codorus State Park Adams Hanover Counceling Service United Way of York County West Manheim Rec. Wellspan Health Hanover Cyclers Hanover Soccer Club. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Giving back and providing support to our neighbors The Hanover Area YMCA raised over $255,000 through our Kids Come First Annual Support campaign. We collect about 1,000 canned food items during the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons for the local community. We continue to hold SPLASH week that teaches children how to swim. We provided this service for about 100 children in Healthy Kids Day was a success in 2012! We provided a free day of summer camp for children in the greater Hanover Community.
8 PATRONS $5,000 or above Capital BlueCross Hanover Toyota J. William Warehime Foundation Keystone Health Plan West M & T Bank McClarin Plastics, Miller Chemical & Fertilizer PeoplesBank PNC R.H. Sheppard Co., Susquehanna Bank Texas Road House-Hanover The Evening Sun UPMC Health Plan Utz Quality Foods, YOUTH BENEFACTOR $2,500 - $4,999 Conewago Enterprises, Holland Construction IAD-TLA Team Lamar Outdoor Advertising Leisters Furniture The Lawrence B. Sheppard Foundation Union Township Supervisors Weber Insurance PLATINUM $1,000 - $2,499 Aero Energy Altland House Hospitality Group Aqua Phoenix Scientific bare Skin Care and Laser Center Barley Snyder, Attorneys at Law Bay City Restaurant Liam Behrens Canteen Vending Services Carter Family, Michael, Jennifer, Zach & Gil Channell s Locksmith & Law Security Chapel Ridge Homes Chris & Misty Coffman Color Wheel Flooring America Crown Trophy Cybex Dr. and Mrs. Samuel D Agata Drake and Jennifer D Angelo Davidson Heating & Cooling Company, Doceo Office Solutions Edible Arrangements Michael & Lynn Fiery Finch Services, Frey Family, Jeremy, Angela, Kaitlyn & Luke Dan & Sue Frey Fulton Bank Gene Latta Ford George H. Bixler, Georgia Pacific LLC Graystone / Susquehanna Guthrie, Nonemaker, Yingst, and Hart Attorneys at Law Hanover High School Student Council Hanover Pediatrics Associates, P.C. Hanover Shoe Farms Tony Hartlaub Haverford Trust Company Hillside Internal Medicine Hillside Pain Management Kathryn & Oliver Hoar Bobbi Little and Andy Hoffman Home Assocociation of McSherrystown Kauffman Family, Mark, Tara, Christopher & Kayla Kevin Gobrecht Memorial Fund La Cucina Italian Restaurant Legacy Athletic Life Fitness Littlestown Foundry Martin s Gallery Martz Bros. Painting, LLC Bob Massaroni Financial Advisor Morgan Stanley Matrix Fitness McDonald s Baird McIlvain Members 1st Federal Credit Union Miller-Hanover Insurance Moul Family, Tom, Julie, Liz & Eric Murillo Family, Oscar, Maria, Oscar Jr., Alexandro, Sofia Angela & George O Brien Ox Paper Tube Philips Hadco Pratt Family, Lisa, Jeff, Amanda & Jaime Dr. Bill Prin, Michelle, Madison, Emma & Jackson Quail Valley Golf Club Jan & Jack Rego Remax Quality Services John Grim Michael Rodkey Rotary Club Of Littlestown Sheppard Mansion Signs Now Hanover Lindsay Sneeringer South Hanover Walmart South Western HS Athletic Booster Club Stambaugh Ness Staub, Riggs, & Collins Insurance Swam Electric Co., Target Stores The Grossery Food Outlet Timbar Packing & Display Janak Vidyarthi, MD Webb Insurance The Wingert Family, Paige, Amy, Lindsay & Grayson Yazoo Mills York Water Company GOLDEN TRIANGLE $500 - $999 Kim Capone Fink and Grimes, Steve & Kelly Latta Frank & Stephanie Lecrone Louis Mart Joan McAnall Russell & Courtney McIlvain Rotary Club of Hanover Paul F. Spears Wetzel Funeral Home, SILVER TRIANGLE $250-$499 Abbottstown Stamping Co. Aqua Specialists Allen Bittinger Andy & Sharon Brough Lerue Brown Cory Conrad Constellation Energy Group Foundation, Dr. Bill Adams Exchange Club Of Hanover Donald Fiery Michael Fink Glatfelter Charlotte Glessner Mike & MaryBeth Hockenberry Jennifer Hockensmith George Hubbard Irwin-Beck Funeral Home & Cremation Service, P.C. Christopher Keffer Kenworthy Funeral Home, Kiwanis Club Nyma Lane Life Touch Loyal Order of Moose Hanover Lodge 227 William Maffett Stephanie Naymick Thomas Paholsky Lisa Ritter Nicole Schroeder SKF USA, Inc Donald B. & Alice C. Smith State Farm Insurance Companies Scott & Kristine Strausbaugh Charles Stroda David & Mary Wells CENTURY CLUB $100 - $249 Affordable Computers, Rebecca Albrecht Anonymous-Rutter s Bucket ASJ Imaging Systems Melissa Bailey Robert Bankert Barrick Insurance Laura Becker David Benfield Bixler s Texaco Bruce Jones Construction Scott Burns Case Beer Outlet CH Reed Clearview Car Wash Clearview Elementary PTO Compass Energy Wayne Cooke Susan Cordell Steven Crooks Brady Crouse Karen Daubert Dr. Harold J. Cohen DMD, PC Dan Ernst Feltch s Machine Shop, Larry Forry Joseph Freiert Tracey Garcia Richard Gaylor Todd Grim Hanover Capital Management., Hanover Conveying Systems Michael Harter Deanie Hartlaub Hawk Industries Krista Hayward Helping Hand Home Repairs, Debbie Hess Elizabeth Hirsh William Hoar Hoffheins Bros., Michael Hoffman Hoffman Pattern Sally Howe George Hummer Bonnie Huntzinger JBS Law-Landscaping Jim Hall And Associates LLC John Kelly Mary Kay Kelly Todd Kennedy F. Michael Klunk Michael Kopenhaver Laslow Pharmacy 20
9 John Silcox Robert Henneman Robert Bleakley Robert Miller Sr Victoria Stauffer 12 Michael Lindsey Harry Lippy Charles Mackley Tom Martin Stuart Maschke Stambaugh Metal, Glenda Millar Jane Miller James Miner Minute Man Press of Hanover Charles Miserendino Glen Morrell Robert Mosher Tim Moyer Patricia Murren Scott Myers National Barn Company George Neiderer Neil Kemper Construction James Noel Keith Nonemaker Northwest Savings Bank Dorothy Oblack Quinn Flags Rhodes Massage Therapy Michael Rios Robert Ritter Rosensteel Insurance Herb Rutters S.E. Hagarman Designs, LLC Shaun Saltzgiver Anna Sanders Leslie Savino Kevin Shanaghan Smith Elliott Kearns & Company LLC Selena Snively Marlin Stoner Robert Sullivan TempStar Staffing Robert Troxell Marcos Ugarte Marie Warner JoAnn Watz Billy Wineholt Thoms Witman Women of the Moose McSherrystown Chapter #2179 York White Rose Wanderers Joseph Zutell KIDS CLUB $50 to $99 Donna Adams American Legion Post No. 14 Clair Anderson Aqua Chemical Supply, Marsha Baker Cherie Baker Leonard Baker Danielle Bealmear Tamara Becker Blettner Power Sports Daniel Bowman Kelly Burgard Roberta Bush George Chance Judy Cornbower Sonny Eline Nanci Feltham Harriett Fox John Gilpin Lori Gouker Lois Gunnet Hanover Clothing Co. Hanover Land Services Helen Heinl Beth Henry Randy Hilker HomeField Advantage Vicki Jacobs Sharon Kebil-Whisler Samantha Kirby Eric Hormel Mike Lanahan Paul Lehigh Jennifer Leib Jeanne Little Scott Milburn Paul Minnich David Motter Michael Moyer Wendell Mulder Murphy Funeral Home Patricia Owen Pro-Pac, Bonnie Reams Reichart s Camping Center Anita Ritter Penny Rostamali Doug Seibel Charles Seidenstricker Sr. Barbara Sentz Tammy Shore The Lite-House Therit s Catering & Vending Keelie Tullis Scott Zartman BASIC SUSTAINING up to $49 Gail Anderson Anonymous Richard Arnold Sandra Avery Sandra Barr Kenneth Becker Margie Berman Michael Berry Jason Bittle Robert Bittner Jerry Boxman Cindy Breighner Larry Bresnahan Robin Brewer Howard Calp Randy Carlson Karen Cataldo Janet Cavey Karen Claycombe John Connor Laurie Crouse Julie Dell David DePorter Jen Eckard Charles Eisenhart James Ernst Margaret Eser Patricia Freed Sandra Gilpin Glenn s Appliance Service Thomas Gouker Anne Gretz Susan Hedges Sheila Hertz Michael Hostetler Sean Huston Richard Jacobs Barbara Jenkins Vernon King Carla Klinger Nicholas Klunk Jennifer Knorr Abbey Koontz Mary Rose Lawhead Carolyn Lebo Michelle Lee Danielle Lew Michelle Link Robert Lockwood Gary McClure Ann Meckley Catherine Melhorn Ben Messinger Stephen Miller Monica Miller-Thacker Ray Millhimes Brenda Moxley Andrew Musselman Karen Nelson Elizabeth Nevells Debra Norman Penny Opalka David Ozminski Tabatha Peregoy Stepheni Reams Judy Risk Randy Roberts Casey Rohrbaugh Roller Printing Company, Jim Roller Ann Rollins Joel Ruths Chris Sager Roxonne Schloyer Joan Scott Ruth Shaffer Theresa Shibler Lisa Shipley Charlotte Smith Helen Smith Cynthia Staub Lauren Steirer Donna Swanger Marie Swartz Patricia Uhl Hazel Vockroth Candee Waite Elizabeth Watkins Mary Clare Weaver Jeffrey Weaver Patrick Weaver Susan Weber Randy Wentz Brenda Wertz Douglas West William Wierman Coty Wise Dick Wisor Marietta Witt James Witt Bonnie Yohe
10 PRO Exchange Club of Hanover Snyder's-Lance TH HOLE SPONSOR Ravens Roost 32, Weber Insurance ACE 98.5 The Peak Clarks Companies Paul E. & Josephine F. Spears Utz Quality Foods, EAGLE Barley Snyder Attorneys at Law Cintas Graphics Plus Hanover Hospital Miller Chemical & Fertilizer New Age Associates, Ox Paperboard TimBar Packaging & Display TimBar POP Division Winebrenner Motor Service BIRDIE Apple BMW of York Computer Works Bryce & Mary Little PeoplesBank Quaker City Paper Co. Separation Technologies Staub, Riggs and Collins Insurance HOLE IN ONE SPONSOR Gene Latta Ford BEVERAGE CART Bortek Laverne Leese INDIVIDUAL GOLFERS Logan Fiery Lynn Fiery Michelle Lee Weber Insurance Weber Insurance HERITAGE W.Y. Alleman Douglas & Vivian Gent G. Steven McKonly Lawrence B. Sheppard Foundation Allfirst Bank P.H. Glatfelter III Linda W. McKonly Christine Smith Louise Anderson Clair Bange Clair & Margaret Bang Bank of Hanover Mr. & Mrs. Robert Baum David & Carol Benfield Allen & Mary Bittinger Andy & Sharon Brough In Memory of Tom Caler William B. & Alice E. Combs Dr. & Mrs. Todd DeVan In Memory of W. Todd DeVan Ivan C. Dutterer, Barbara & S. Forry Eisenhart, Jr. Don & Mary Ann Fiery Linda & Kevin Flannery In Memory of Edward Gobrecht & Carroll Lingg In Memory of Grover C. Gouker In Memory of Paul B. Harbaugh In Memory of Thomas R. Harding Andy Hoffman & Bobbi Little James Huber In Memory of Lana J. Kelly Todd & Carol Kennedy Gene & Sheila Latta In Memory of George Lawrence Laverne & Brenda Leese Leister s Furniture, Kenneth & Ruth Leister In Memory of Kenneth W. Leister Tom & Vicki Leister In Memory of Virginia S. Markle Mark & Pamela Meabon Sarah & Victor McCloskey Miller Chemical & Fertilizer Corporation Dave & Kim Muela Clinton N. Myers Foundation, In Memory of Ruby Myers Barry & Nancy Newton Oppedal Family In Memory of W. T. Osborne In Memory of Jerry Overbaugh In Memory of Robert L. Pagel John J. and Janet L. Rego In Memory of F.X. Rice Herbert P. Rutters In Memory of Kenneth Sanders Leslie & Barbara Savino Donald B. Smith Paul E. & Josephine Spears Bruce Stair James & Cynthia Staub Megan P. Sunday Kurt & Barb Thomas & Family Arlene Utz Hollinger Foundation Robert & Leah VanSant Alan Warehime In Memory of Charles Chris Warner T. Lawrence & Peggy A. Way Dan & Donna Weber Wheat First Union In Memory of John Winand
11 Financial Report 2012 Hanover Area YMCA Association FINANCIAL REPORT December 31, 2011 & 2012* REVENUE Contributions Special Events United Way Fees/Grants from Government Agencies Membership Revenue Program Revenue Sales of Supplies and Services Miscellaneous Revenue Transfer from Endowment Fund TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE 2012 $376, ,518 75, ,795 2,237,282 2,372,284 (19,502) 18,713 4,576 $5,617, $340, ,514 87, ,876 2,307,812 2,262,622 12,063 23,567 4,605 $5,475,762 OPERATING EXPENSES Salaries and Wages Employee Benefits Payroll Taxes/Workers Comp Contracted Services Supplies Telephone Postage and Shipping Occupancy Equipment Advertising and Promotion Travel and Employee Expenses Trainings and Meetings Membership Dues Financing Costs Other Insurance Premiums Miscellaneous Expense Depreciation or Amortizations TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 2012 $2,590, , , , ,145 23,573 11, , ,607 85,830 84,519 32,305 97, ,258 48, ,107 $5,388, $2,553, , , , ,080 30,163 13, , ,048 92,217 82,970 36,468 97,967 9,938 49,076 17, ,378 $5,389,715 Net Investmet Income Net Extraordinary Items $36,492 $30,455 $17,673 $(34,497) The official registration and financial information of the Hanover Area Family Young Men s Christian Association may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, Registration does not imply endorsement BUDGET OPERATING REVENUE EXPENSES PROJECTED EXCESS OF REVENUES OVER EXPENSES *2011 Figures are post-audit, 2012 figures are pre-audit. $5,674,886 5,394,965 $279,921
12 Board of Trustees Michael Rice, Chairman Allen Bittinger Thomas Bross III Todd Kennedy Laverne Leese Bobbi Little Donald B. Smith, Jr. Dan Weber Hanover Board of Directors Bobbi Little, President Mike Fink, Vice President Jeremy Frey, Vice President Mike Hockenberry, Secretary Tom Moul, Treasurer Tony Hartlaub, Past President John Burdis Jennifer Carter Misty Coffman Kathryn Hoar Mary Kay Kelly Joan McAnall Jim Miner George Neiderer Carolyn Rhodes Mark Riggs Nikki Schroeder Paul F. Spears Scott Strausbaugh Charles Stroda David Wells 2013 Board Members and Staff Littlestown Board of Managers Dr. Carolyn Rhodes, President Andy Collins Charles Fazenbaker Debbie Hess Gregory Lang Tom Paholsky Jason Popoff South Hanover Board of Managers Scott Strausbaugh, President Misty Coffman, Vice President John Grimes Doug Masucci Anita Ritter Andy Smith Jason Sneeringer Hanover Area YMCA Management Team Liam Behrens Chief Executive Officer Robert Bankert Chief Financial & Information Officer Kim Capone Aquatics Director Cory Conrad Health and Wellness/ Adult Sports Director Jennifer Hockensmith Senior Program Director of Youth/Family/Child Development Tara Kauffman Financial Development Director Adam Martin Youth Development Director Lisa Pratt Gymnastics Director Stepheni Reams Marketing Administrative Coordinator Toni Shaw Operations Director Littlestown/South Hanover Elizabeth Watkins Human Resources Director Billy Wineholt Facility/Property Manager HANOVER AREA YMCA 500 George Street Hanover, PA LITTLESTOWN YMCA 95 Keystone Street Littlestown, PA SOUTH HANOVER YMCA 1013 Baltimore Street Hanover, PA Member Agency
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