YWCA finale Marshfield summer stay program
January 28, 2018 - summer camp
The YWCA Cambridge will not be charity Summer Day Camp during a Marshfield bend this summer, according to an email sent to friends of a classification final week.
The stay was a final remaining YWCA programming in a town.
“We have struggled with a profitability (or miss thereof) of all a activities during Marshfield for a past several years,” Executive Director Eva Martin Blythe pronounced in a email. “However, even with all a certain changes done during Summer 2017, a stay continued to work during a financial loss. As a result, we have motionless not to reason stay this summer.”
News of a camp’s closure fast widespread on Facebook, with many relatives and alumni of a module anticipating to find a approach to change a fate.
The YWCA Cambridge finished all other programming during a bend in Jan 2017, laying off then-branch director, Kim Nashawaty.
At that point, Blythe pronounced a bend would not be closing, though would concentration all of a energies on a camp, that she pronounced had brought in 90 percent of a branch’s income for many years.
Summer Camp Director Jill Goodwin pronounced a stay was entirely requisitioned for 6 a 8 weeks it was open final year.
The YWCA Cambridge has had a participation in Marshfield given 1944, and a skill was deeded to a classification in 1961.
It is not immediately transparent what a YWCA’s destiny skeleton in city are.
We will refurbish this story as we learn some-more information.
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