As I sit to write this email to you, I am watching a live camera of the Gray Seal Pupping Cam on Seal Island, Maine. The camera looks out at the water and for a good portion of time, nothing was happening except some unimpressive little waves lapping on some dark rocks. It kind of reminded me of the last 10 months living in a pandemic; certainly not impressive, dark for sure and pretty rocky.
But then, the camera started to shift after awhile and panned over to another area to reveal two breathtaking bald eagles sitting on a perch very near the camera lens. I was taken aback. I wasn't expecting that, but then I smiled and thought about how perfect the timing was to be watching the live cam and what a message the reveal of the eagles was for us today.
The past 10 months here at the Y have been difficult to say the least. But we are adjusting our lens, and, much like the camera revealed the splendor of the bald eagles, our goal is to reveal a renewed and reinvigorated Greensburg YMCA, committed to the community it serves through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.
Included in this update are upcoming program offerings, news about upcoming happenings, and an update on what's been happening at our Y since we closed to membership in October and ways which you can get involved.
Chief Executive Officer