We're upgrading our swim lessons to focus even more on
Based on extensive research, our new swim curriculum is designed to better accommodate students of varying abilities and ages, foster a sense of achievement from the beginning, and allow students to move easily from one level to the next - with clearly defined stages of progress along the way.
Aside from these changes which are focused on the lessons' accessibility, here are some other changes as well:
New length of time for Lessons:
For any further questions on the swim lesson upgrade, please email Aquatics Director Nickoma Rangihuna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SeeHere are just some of the vendors you can look forward to meeting at our Fair. We are so grateful that they have come to share their talents and gifts with all of us:
- Young Living Wellness by Kimberly Barta
- Summer Rothwell's Essential Oil products
- Book sale by Leslie Sharp of "A Failure to Thrive"
- Plants by Judy Shimabukuro
- Arts and Flavors of Hawaii
- Origami Owl Jewelry
- Paparazzi Accessories
- Soap by Mama D
- LIV Green
- Hoshijo Pottery Shed
- Color Street
- Aloha Tofu
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With her heart of gold, whether it was for the YMCA or Zumba Fitness, she made sure she could help support every Fundraisers and Events she could, by getting all her students (and anyone else she knew) to donate and/or purchase tickets to the events. Even when fighting an illness, she was always there to support you with a smile on! We will miss you Rosie!
"We were blessed to have Rosie as part of our YMCA family," Group Exercise Coordinator Caroline Dang said. "She will be remembered for her warmth and kindness and the special way she made people feel. She always gave 110%, whether it was teaching her classes or recruiting others to participate in branch events or Annual Campaign. Her warm smile, kindness towards others and cheerful personality will remain in our hearts forever."
It has been an experience of a lifetime to serve the community as a YMCA of Honolulu employee for the the past ten years. Having been a complete newcomer to the Y, no one is more surprised than I am to have lasted this long! What is not surprising however, is that the organization has flourished for a full 150 years and shows no sign of slowing down. Anyone who sets foot through our doors on any given day would understand what I mean. There’s a constant flurry of activity by vibrant people from all walks of life. You can feel the energy through their conversation, music, and laughter.
It’s tricky to condense the last decade into a single letter so here’s what I’ve been feeling recently: (click "Read More")
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