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Whether you just like to dip your toes in the water or plunge in a pool on a winding water slide, your summer aquatic options are open and rea…
WASHINGTON — James T. Hodgkinson, the man who police say opened fire on a crowd of congressional Republicans on Wednesday, began his day at th…
An agreement between the local YMCA and Boys and Girls Clubs, which would have allowed the YMCA to lead a turnaround effort at the struggling nonprofit, has been canceled.
The boards of both organizations had agreed to allow the CEO of the YMCA of El Paso, Bill Coon, to temporarily manage the Boys and Girls Clubs of El Paso until the end of the year. Instead, the local clubs will receive help from the national organization, a board member with Boys and Girls Clubs told El Paso Inc.
The YMCA of El Paso will lead a turnaround effort at the struggling Boys and Girls Clubs of El Paso – an 88-year-old nonprofit that provides programs for kids in El Paso’s poorest neighborhoods.
Beginning April 17, the local YMCA and its CEO, Bill Coon, will manage the Boys and Girls Clubs of El Paso as part of an agreement approved by the organizations’ boards on March 29. The arrangement is temporary and expires the end of this year.
New announcements come out almost every week touting the latest Fort Bliss expansion - a new hospital, barracks or dining hall.
But there's one announcement officials haven't been too keen to make.
As the number of soldiers on post surges, the emergency food closet there is being overwhelmed by the still small but growing population of soldiers who cannot afford a sufficient supply of food.