Annual meetings of the “YMCA Association” are generally humdrum affairs.
They’re legally required, but most business is routine. Official business is conducted; youth, staff and volunteers are honored; new members join the boards.
Folks got het up a while back over the Y’s plan to leave its longtime home downtown for the Mahackeno property, but that’s a done deal. Now it’s back to well-we-gotta-do-’em annual meetings.
This year, though, will be different.
The 90th annual meeting of “the Association” is the last one in the 1923 building. So the Y is honoring its history there.
At 12 noon on Monday, June 16, former staffers and past members are invited to an open house. It’s the last chance many will get to see the old Y (and the newer, narrow, already crumbling 1978 addition).
They can enjoy a workout and swim, gratis.
At 4 p.m., the “extended Y family” reunite in the gym. Old photos and displays will highlight the Y’s presence in Westport since the Harding administration.
There’s a reception at 4:30 p.m. The general meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. If anyone is still there.