If you never finished high school, but want or need to earn a diploma, now's the time to start. The YWCA Tri-County Area in Pottstown is holding equivalency classes that start Feb. 25.
Full Thanksgiving meals will be enjoyed this year by about 200 Pottstown area families, through the generosity of Exelon Corp. employees at the Limerick Generating Station.
The YWCA Tri-County Area held a party Oct. 15 for Gertrudis Altavista Mieses de Lucas, a Pottstown resident whose months of work, study, and testing helped her earn her U.S. citizenship.
If you've never received a high school diploma, you still have a chance to earn one through adult education classes being offered by the YWCA Tri-County Area. The next series starts Sept. 17.
The YWCA Tri-County Area is working with Pennsylvania CareerLink employment services to help those needing career-finding assistance. Its sessions start Sept. 28.
A threat of June thunderstorms stopped runners before they started when the YWCA Tri-County Area planned its Race Against Racism. Now the 5-K jaunt and walk has been re-scheduled for July 21.
Young woman from seven local schools will be among those honored May 19 by the YWCA Tri-County Area during this year's Tribute to Exceptional Girls.
The YWCA Tri-County Area hopes local residents will sign up for a June 23 (Saturday) fun-run-and-walk in Riverfront Park to support its racial justice programming. The event is rescheduled from April 28.