SIDNEY — Volunteering is one of the essential ways the Y engages people and helps them to be healthy, confident and connected to others. Members of the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA Leaders Club held a pet supply drive during the month of December as part of their Social Responsibility activities.
Thanks to the generosity of Y members and program participants, numerous cleaning supplies as well as toys, collars, treats and food were donated to help the animals at the Shelby County Animal Shelter.
The Leaders Club is an organization made up of teens and run by teens with high standards of excellence who want to make a difference in their community. Members learn new skills, expand their leadership abilities, meet other like-minded teens in our community, and have fun while growing both spiritually and personally.
Y Leaders Club is open to youth in grades 7-12 who want to experience the rewards of serving others and making a difference in their lives while developing positive relationships and values to last a lifetime. For more information on Leaders Club, contact Shirley Sprague, senior program director, at 937-492-9134 or email@example.com.