Feel Good Charities recently presented the Greater Scranton YMCA with a $2,200 contribution to support the Y’s Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program, Summer Scholars.
Officials say children who are already behind in reading are at risk of falling further behind their peers during the summer months. For children who need additional help with their reading skills, the Greater Scranton YMCA offered a program for children entering first and second grades at the Mid Valley Elementary Center. The Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program, a national initiative at the Y, supports cognitive, physical and social-emotional growth while focusing on helping children read at grade level.
From left: Trish Fisher, CEO, Greater Scranton YMCA; participants of the 8:30 a.m. Power Cycling Class at the Y; Frank Ross, owner of Feel Good Motors and Feel Good Charities.