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YWCA Walk the Walk Against Domestic Violence – Greenwich High School Athletes

These Greenwich High School athletes participated in the Walk the Walk Against Domestic Violence. In honor of the YWCA Greenwich turning 101 this year, they are helping to mark the occasion by walking 100 miles throughout the month of September and October and joined the socially distanced walk for a mile on October 4th at Bruce Park. LOOK caught up with them to find out what’s going on in their sporty worlds. Read More...

YWCA Walk the Walk Against Domestic Violence – Greenwich High School Athletes2020-10-07T21:33:00+00:00

YWCA Walk the Walk Against Domestic Violence – The Wise Family

Our Family became involved with the YWCA through its swim school and the Greenwich Dolphins. All five of our children learned to swim at the YWCA and have participated on the Dolphins Swim Team. What we love most about the YWCA is its intimate family atmosphere, its excellent swim program, and its underlying mission to empower women and end racism. Read More...

YWCA Walk the Walk Against Domestic Violence – The Wise Family2020-10-07T20:28:22+00:00

YWCA Walk the Walk Against Domestic Violence – Arthur Smith Team

Arthur Smith, Director of Youth Programs Childhood Education Department at the YWCA Greenwich has put together a fun group of young ladies, along with his team from the Y to participate in the Walk the Walk Against Domestic Violence. Read More...

YWCA Walk the Walk Against Domestic Violence – Arthur Smith Team2020-10-02T15:36:36+00:00

LOOK Fitness: LIFTED – Welcome to Holly Life

It's truly amazing in just a couple of months how top fitness instructors have completely reinvented training at home, thanks to the internet. One person who has swiftly implemented the "virtual studio" is top fitness trainer, Holly Rilinger. Read More...

LOOK Fitness: LIFTED – Welcome to Holly Life2020-09-17T18:04:57+00:00

The Call of the Wild: Parent and Child

When you travel to Africa, you inevitably hear someone make reference to having safari eyes. What that means is seeing more. Two people can look out at the same savanna. One might see only grasslands rippling in the wind. The one with safari eyes might also see a jackal sitting in the grass, an eagle perched on a treetop, and the long necks of giraffes in the woodlands beyond. Read More...

The Call of the Wild: Parent and Child2020-09-03T20:12:47+00:00