WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The White Plains branch of the YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester announced the appointment of several community leaders to its White Plains branch advisory board:
- Gregg Baker of Corrigan and Baker LLC, board chair.
- Kathryn DeSilva, director of sales, The Daily Voice.
- Al Gutierrez, Colliers International.
- Kellie King Slater, assistant director of community outreach, White Plains Hospital Center.
- Andrew Kutcha, ALK Investigations.
- Linda Levine, licensed financial representative.
- Stuart Levine, owner, Vino 100.
- Joseph Pizzimenti, president, CClean Inc.
- Rori Sagal, AVP/Westchester relationship manager, Greater Hudson Bank.
- Marie Smith, clientele manager, Williams Sonoma at The Westchester.
“We are delighted to have such a distinguished group of community leaders join our board,'' said Tom Hay, executive director of the White Plains YMCA. “We look forward to a great 2015.”
The White Plains YMCA, a 120,000-square-foot facility on Mamaroneck Avenue, welcomes 200 children a day to child care, after care and universal Pre-K. More than 30 aquatics programs, including aqua-cycling, serve 1,500 swimmers from 6 months to 100 years and older. Over 3,000 gym members enjoy 70 exercise programs.
The YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester also operates a community branch in Somers and owns Camp Combe in Putnam Valley. It fosters youth development, promote healthy living and teach social responsibility.
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