2015 Women of Achievement
The YWCA is pleased to announce and congratulate this year's Women of Achievement!
Unsung Hero - Shane Hawkins from Infinity
Arts & Culture - Monika Alch from the Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet
Education - Amanda Gesing from Chautauqua Striders
Science & Technology - Dr. Jacqueline Crisman from JCC
Leader of the Future - Jacqueline Chiarot Phelps from Congressman Tom Reed's office
The dinner is at Moonbrook Country Club Tuesday, June 16, at 5:30 p.m. All dinners are $30.00. Call 488-2237 for menu choices and reservations. The YWCA accepts cash, checks and all credit cards but American Express.
Come help us celebrate the accomplishments of these talented and wonderful women!
Interested applicants may apply online at: apply.jamestownafterschool.org
The YWCA is now a participating organization with amazonsmile. What this means is that when you make an eligible purchase under amazonsmile the YWCA will receive a donation of .5% of your total purchase.
Purchasing and donating to the YWCA is really easy with amazonsmile. When you are planning an amazon purchase, sign into amazonsmile just as you would your amazon.com account. All of your information (i.e. recommendations, wish lists, order history etc…) will be there. Pick the YWCA as the organization you wish to contribute to and then start shopping. The donation of .5% will be made to the YWCA on the total of your eligible amazonsmile purchases.
You can shop at amazonsmile at https://smile.amazon.com/ch/16-0743244
Since its inception, YWCA Jamestown has been involved in the well-being of women. They have advocated for better working conditions for women, and by providing for growth and education, they have seen women take leadership roles in business and community affairs.
YWCA Jamestown preserves the best of its traditions while it focuses on the future. They serve the community and provide much needed services. They empower women and their families to learn and grow. YWCA works to promote racial justice.