For decades, the Y has been known as a “gym and swim”; a place where families can come to participate in group sports, take swimming lessons, and get in shape. While the Y remains the nation’s leader in quality programs for healthy living, we have expanded over the years to include several programs and classes for the arts and humanities. Studies show that exercising the mind can be just as important as exercising the body. The Y recognizes the importance of arts education in the United States and provides a variety of ways for individuals and families to grow their creativity.
The Viewsters Online Film Festival will be announcing their winners for filmmakers who submitted entries revolving around the environment, human rights, public health, politics, social justice and more. The recipients will get to donate a portion of the $100,000 prize money to the charity of their choice.
Young leaders, just wondering if any of you knew that the Y is a charitable organization worthy of all these issues related to social responsibility.
... they stick to a daily routine. Apparently, When Mozart wasn't writing masterpieces, he was giving music lessons during the day. Freud, no suprise here, treated patients. And Pablo Picasso famously said, "Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.”
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