Spring Soccer Participant Survey

Spring Soccer 2016 SurveyJust a reminder to participants to please complete your 2016 Spring Soccer Survey so that we can improve our program. We will have a new sports coordinator (Michelle Yoder) working on Fall Soccer and I know she will appreciate all of your comments about this season :) Hard copies can also be obtained at our front desk if you prefer a paper survey.

Click here to take the 2016 Spring Soccer Survey!



YMCA Hires New CEO

The Board of Directors of the Washington County Family YMCA would like to announce the official hiring of Kristy Purlee as its Chief Executive Officer. 

Kristy PurleeMrs. Purlee was voted in at the Annual Meeting held on Monday, April 25th, 2016, along with two new board members—Ava Kinney and Angie Wilson. Elected positions were also appointed, with Angie Wilson serving as the new Treasurer—replacing Rusty Hudson whose term ended this year—Melissa Richardson as secretary, Beth Armstrong as Vice President, and Dr. Lynn Reed as Chief Volunteer Officer.

After serving in the Interim CEO position following the October 2015 departure of previous CEO, Rob Gilchrist, Purlee was proud and honored to officially accept the position this April.

“I’d like for our Y and staff to focus on broadening the community perspective of the Y as ‘just a gym,’” said Purlee.

“We will continue to promote our programs that focus on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility—and to fundraise so that our programs are available to all.” Purlee, a Washington County native, has worked at the Washington County Family YMCA since January 2012. Originally the Quality Membership Director at the Organization, Purlee has had the opportunity to make an impact at every level of the Y. Purlee stated that she is honored to continue to serve her community through this opportunity with the YMCA. 

“I will continue to share my personal passion to strengthen Washington County through my role as CEO. The four years I spent working with and serving the YMCA helped prepare me for this next challenge. My family and I are proud to live in Washington County and to be able to work for an organization that makes such an impact on the community we live in means so much to me,” said Purlee.

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