YMCA Cape Cod hosted its 2021 Annual Meeting, celebrating “The Power Of People,” on March 29, 2022.
The Annual Meeting, sponsored by Cape Cod Five and Rockland Trust, recognized the contributions of local Community Partners and celebrated the dedication and commitment of the Y’s staff and volunteers.
Community Partner awards were given to the Y’s top collaborators who complement their strengths and deliver positive impact across Cape Cod.
A Baby Center received the Youth Development award for their partnership and support of the Moves Of Motherhood Program, a yoga and swimming wellness program for expectant and new moms and their babies.
Recognized for their contributions to public health through COVID-19 and flu vaccination clinics, Whole Health Pharmacy received the Healthy Living award.
Rockland Trust Bank was the recipient of the Social Responsibility award for their generous continued financial support of all of our programs.
Volunteer awards were given to individuals who have dedicated their time, treasure, and talent to the YMCA Cape Cod in extraordinary ways throughout the year. Julie Silverstein, a YMCA Cape Cod volunteer received the Champion of Time award, Craig Rockwood, a board member, former board chair, and lawyer, received the Champion of Treasure award, and Dan Solien, a landscape architect received the Champion of Talent award. The Mission Impact Champion award, for outstanding volunteer leadership, was awarded to Sara Fauteux.
The Joanie Sutherland Spirit award, accompanied by a one-month campership was granted to Mika Ilomaki of Barnstable for demonstrating the Y’s core character values of caring, honesty respect and responsibility through his participation in Y programs.
Honored for their exemplary service, Y staff members received the following awards: Tom Brognano, Spirit Award, Stephanee Dickinson, Program Excellence Award, LeeAnn O’Dea, Outstanding Member Service Award, and Rose Ann Francis, Employee of the Year.
Serving the Cape Cod community by providing programs rooted in the core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility, the Y serves 10,000 Cape Cod residents annually, from infants to seniors; no one is ever turned away due to the inability to pay.