Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

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September 17, 2013

Annual report details Y's impact

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In addition to Johnson, four are part of the administrative team: Ted Harmeyer, chief financial officer; David Hoover, senior program director; Pauletta Meyer, membership director; and Jenny Salyer, child care director. Team leaders are Dawn Denny, child care assistant director; Christina Farrall, community relations coordinator; Connie Fledderman, office manager; Kristen Fletcher, aquatics director; Angela Hurley, wellness director; Cathy Sullivan, volunteers and senior adults coordinator; and Ron Williams, maintenance director.

Tim Dietz leads the board of directors, assisted by Andy Jaisle, Lea Ann King, Geralyn Litzinger, Chris Lowery, Clarence McGowan, Larry Montgomery, Dennis Murphy and Tom Tepe.

The director concludes, “I’m most proud of the difference we made in 2012 improving the quality of life for the residents of our southeastern Indiana community. Teaching children to swim; providing safe, quality child care for working families; and sharing healthy lifestyle alternatives to help members overcome obesity are just a few examples of the impact we made.”

Debbie Blank can be contacted at debbie.blank@batesvilleheraldtribune.com or 812-934-4343, Ext. 113.

By the numbers • 2012 revenue totalled $2.16 million: child care fees, $935,243; membership fees, $830,031; program fees, $189,017; campaign and contributions, $138,265; grants and other income, $65,112. • 2012 expenses added up to $2.08 million: child care, $859,599; administrative, $441,015; general programs, $226,901; depreciation, $206,074; aquatics, $199,133; and fitness, $151,974. • Instructors taught many fourth- and fifth-grade students how to swim - 308 at Batesville and 97 at South Ripley schools. In addition, 70 junior and senior high special needs students at Batesville, South Ripley, Milan, Lawrenceburg and Sunman-Dearborn schools visited the pool monthly. • Kids picked their favorite interests in whopping numbers: swim lessons, 320; gymnastics, 260; sports leagues and clinics, 200; New Year's Eve Bash, 90; Kids Kick Drugs Karate Day, 75; and tae kwon do, 70.

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