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The Feeling Of Transformation Has
West Y Member Feeling Half Her Age!







QCTimes Story by Deirdre Baker

Dora Medina is feeling good at the start of this new year, especially after dropping more than 100 pounds with daily exercise and a new diet since 2013 began.

It's taken almost a year, but the 47-year-old Davenport homemaker is happy to say how much better she is doing. "I feel like I'm 25! And you can write that down," she says enthusiastically.

Click here to read the full story.






A Graceful Dragon
Swims Past Obstacles







QCTimes Story by Deirdre Baker

A strong young swimmer with a preference for the butterfly stroke.

A pianist who enjoys playing Christian music.

A theater buff who stages plays as well as acting in them.

Isaac Hays, 11, of Eldridge, has varied interests just like most other fifth-grade children. What he does not have, however, is a full set of fingers and feet. Click here to read the whole story.





Y Collaborates to Further Early
Childhood Education Programs



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from the Quad-City Times

Click here to see the story on KWQC.


Thanks to a United Way Community Impact Grant to increase preschool services in downtown Davenport, the Scott County Family Y is pleased to present our brand new Davenport Family YMCA Learning Center preschool addition.
“The Y is so much more than just a healthy living leader in our area,” said Y CEO Brad Martell.
“Youth Development has guided our mission locally since 1858. And this expanded preschool
service is another example of our collaborative efforts to strengthen community and to serve more local families.”

Twenty new slots for the state-wide voluntary preschool program have now been added in the fast-growing downtown Davenport residential market. $26,000 of the $38,000 expansion was awarded from a United Way Community Impact grant, while additional YMCA partners covered
the remaining cost.





Live Well Early & Often!

> Get healthy habits started young




It's never too early to start living healthy and well! Check out a great article by Deirdre Baker in the QC Times featuring Pete Hurd and his healthy living activity.

> Click here to read the story

> Click here to contact Healthy Living Director Allison Mizer for information about youth strength and wellness opportunities and programs at the Y.



YMCA "ACES" Build Full Houses in Community

Students demonstrate service with Habitat for Humanity

A huge part of our ACES Program is volunteer service and on this beautiful day a few of our ACES participants and their mentors volunteered to help build a house with Habitat for Humanity in Moline! This is all a part of our mission for Youth Development and Social Responsibility! Great job!





> Lifeguards demonstrate great skill in on-going trainings

Bettendorf Lifeguards keeping their rescue skills sharp! 

Scott County Family Y benchmarks are that a team of lifeguards should be able to backboard and remove a suspected head/neck/back injury victim from the pool safely and under 2 minutes.  These lifeguards rocked it and our fastest removal was 1 minute 42 seconds! A testament to our concern for keeping the most priceless treasures in the world - our children - as well as parents and adults, safe at all times. For questions or information about our aquatics programs, including water fitness and swim lessons for all ages:

>> Click here to contact Emily Jacobsen at the Bettendorf & Davenport Ys

>> Click here to contact James Browning at the North and West Ys