(BOISE, ID) – The Treasure Valley Family YMCA is providing the public a chance to glimpse into the past through a time capsule. The capsule was encased at the West Boise YMCA and Boise City Aquatic Center on Nov. 8, 1995.
“It’s really exciting to see how far we have come as a YMCA and as a community since 1995,” said David Duro, President and CEO, Treasure Valley Family YMCA. “The partnership between the City of Boise and the Y that made the Boise City Aquatic Center possible has led to a positive impact on the Treasure Valley through swim lessons, dive teams, swim meets, and countless hours of fun.”
Former City of Boise Mayor, Brent Coles will attend the time capsule opening along with YMCA CEO, David Duro, and Doug Holloway, Superintendent of Recreation Services for the City of Boise. The capsule will be opened Sunday, Nov. 8, and will be available for viewing by the public as officials reveal what is inside at an online watch party on Nov. 10, at 11:30 am. Viewers can tune in by visiting this link.
ABOUT THE TREASURE VALLEY FAMILY YMCA
Established in 1891, the Treasure Valley Family YMCA (the Y) is a cause-driven, nonprofit organization that works to strengthen the foundation of our community by developing successful youth, engaging people in healthy living, and instilling a commitment to social responsibility. Annually, it operates over 100 programs that serve 110,000 youth and families throughout its 4 facilities, 440-acre summer camp, and 24 child development sites. The Y believes all people deserve the chance to achieve their highest potential; therefore, it does not turn anyone away due to an inability to pay. The Treasure Valley Family YMCA provides over $4 million in financial assistance every year so all may participate in our life-changing programs and services. www.ymcatvidaho.org