Friends of Camp Christopher

Friends of Camp Christopher

Comments

for the record, I threw myself in the lake this morning for my birthday. True, I was going for a morning swim anyway but while we're on the topic I say we have a little Camp Christopher reunion at Camp Christopher North (the Maletic cabin) and take turns throwing each other in the lake for our respective birthdays. Then we cook some hotdogs over a fire and drink some bug juice. Then we pitch a tent or find a bunk or check into the Super 8 in Brooklyn, MI and the next day we swim, kayak, boat, tube, ski, hike, lounge around, visit a winery, sing some songs around the campfire while reaching into a cooler and dip some Szalay's corn in butter while telling jokes and stories about cabins A bit over 3.5 hours from N. Hametown Rd.
For those that Family camped in July back in the day, heaven earned another Angel. 😢❤️
I just wanted everyone to know that today we lost my grandmother, Mary Sabo. That smile could sure light up a room! I know how important camp was to her and my entire family so I wanted to share this beautiful picture with you♡ I keep hearing "I wanna linger" in my head and what I would give to linger a little longer with her. God Bless and hope everyone is staying healthy and safe!
Dearest Friends of Camp Christopher...many thanks to all who prayed for my sister, Chrys. She was a camper long ago, and one night after a hayride, she and her cabin mates brought back most of the hay from the ride, and then dubbed their cabin Lord Barnamore! I'm looking for a place to reside near where I'm working in downtown Akron. Would love to be close to camp and attend the gatherings of Friends of Camp Christopher and contribute to the cause of keeping our beloved Christopher alive and well. Just need a small quiet place. If you know of anything, send the word to [email protected]

A family of former campers and counselors organized as a 501(c)3 organization in support of Camp Christopher's many fine programs. FRIENDS OF CAMP CHRISTOPHER 5 Years Old and Keeping the Spirit a'Movin'!

Over the years, the idea of a Camp Christopher friends and alumni group would come up. Former staff reunions and fundraisers got us thinking about the merits of a formal organization to support a place dear to our hearts. We just needed one person to take the lead and make it happen. That person was Irene Wagner Lawrence. Irene’s ties to Christopher were fashioned the moment she walked into the Day Camp in the 1950s. Camping every summer until she was old enough to join staff, this JC of 1969 spent four seasons as a counselor. Irene and her husband Dave became Family Campers for a number of summers. In recent years, Irene’s passion for Camp blossomed with participation in September Song and a return to staff status to guide both the Day Camp and Environmental Education programs. Irene researched creating a formal organization. Dave was active in Hoban High School’s alumni organization. Gathering information on the mechanics of such groups, and with the encouragement of CCCS Summit administrators John Green and Maureen McGinty, Irene knew this enterprise could provide a real boost to Camp Christopher and its programs. In May 2012, 29 former Christopher counselors and campers met in the Camp Dining Hall and “Friends of Camp Christopher” (FoCC) became a reality. Former Camp director John Litten was designated as interim president until formal elections could take place. FoCC welcomed all former staff, campers and friends. By late fall of 2013, the organization determined that it would be governed by its members. The role of the officers and board would be to guide and direct, with active support of the members. Irene worked hard in 2014 with board member Janet Corey and FoCC member Annie Oakar Henry to establish our nonprofit credentials with 501(c) 3 status. Bylaws and a mission statement were written. It was important to members to maintain a good working relationship with Catholic Charities, but as an independent entity. On November 3, 2014, Friends of Camp Christopher officially received nonprofit status. With a mission of providing both financial assistance and volunteer hours to Camp and its programs, the young organization quickly made Christopher’s Campership program a priority. Helping as many families enjoy the beauty and serenity of Camp is the central focus. To date, the organization has donated over $16,000 to this program. Looking to help with projects not part of Camp’s annual budget, FoCC helped fund the beautiful environmental garden, where the Holy Family totems stood proudly for half a century. In the midst of the eye-catching natural display is a small plaque dedicating the site to the FoCC’s founding members. In 2016, our organization was able to assist in the renovation of cabin Old James Gibbons, saving the structure from the wrecking ball. FoCC is now an active network of 240 members located around the globe. Its officers and board, under President Jim Sovacool, meet in advance of our quarterly general membership meetings. Camp has generously opened its grounds for our meetings. In 2017, FOCC realized its most ambitious project to date with the $20,000 restoration of the flagpole area. Through its "Adopt A Brick" program, Friends of camp Christopher sold memorial paving bricks to create a mosaic of Camp memories and tributes in one central place. In spring of 2017, more than 200 "Friends" gathered for the flagpole dedication just before the season began. Fundraising is an important part of a nonprofit organization’s health. Ways & Means Committee Chair Chaz Gessner has explored many ways to raise money. Several members of our extended Camp family have designated FoCC for bequests and memorial donations. FoCC had it first Dinner/Reverse Raffle in September 2014. The event was so enjoyable and profitable that it quickly was designated “annual.” As the organization looks for new ways to support Camp Christopher, it strives to improve links to its members. The Membership Committee works hard to keep an updated mailing list for a variety of communication channels. Proud of its FoCC page, the leadership, with the help of a former staff member Mike Taylor, expanded our internet reach with a web site: friendsofcampchristopher.org . An organization of and for its members, FoCC promises to be a good steward of its share in the Christopher Spirit.

Mission: Friends of Camp Christopher will support and enhance the Christopher Spirit by: -Insuring that the camp experience is available to all regardless of income -Enriching the camp experience through supporting camp staff and programs -Advancing and improving Camp and its programs by providing consultation and resources -Maintaining a network for Camp Christopher alumni to continue participation in the rich hertitage of "Camping at Its Finest" All formal initiatives of Friends of Camp Christopher will be for the benefit of Camp Christopher. Friends of Camp Christopher is aligned with the mission, vision, and values of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Cleveland; and will support its work in maintaining, improving and strengthening Camp Christopher.

Operating as usual

While Carter Lilley was visiting Family Camp to hang with the Drdas a few summers ago, he snapped this photo which now has become our April image for our 2021 FoCC Calendar. You can order your calendar from our web page: https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/note-cards-calendars/

Knock Yer Socks Off images (like February's pic courtesy of Lou Trenta) grace our FoCC 2021 Calendar -- sure to add a touch of beauty to your den, kitchen, office, dorm room, etc. You can order yours at our web page: https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/note-cards-calendars/

It takes a village of Friends to make a great calendar, and we've done it again! Our 2021 FoCC Calendar is now available with 13 gorgeous photos courtesy of this great team. Just $10 each, you can find ordering info on our web page: https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/note-cards-calendars/

We are happy to report the delivery of our Tom Mayer masterpiece "Old Man's Cabin" to the Clark household. Accepting the prize for high bidder Joe Clark from Reverse Raffle Chair Patti Longville is Joe's wife Amie. Joe was a Day Camp stalwart throughout the 1990s. Amie has warm feelings for Christopher, too -- it is where she and Joe met on a Search program years ago. (Photo courtesy of Tim)

2020. Under FoCC President Jerry Antonucci's watchful eye, Pandemic Reverse Raffle Committee member Kitt Kurtz verifies the 100 ticket stubs placed in the cannister. Due to the generosity of our participants, FoCC was able to award $2,500 in cash prizes at our drawing at Day Camp, September 17th. Congratulations to our winners Nancy Mannion ($50), Sara Sovacool ($75), Bobbi Helus ($100), Ellen Hirschman ($125), Jean Fahey ($!50), Micki Trenta ($175), Sharon Migchelbrink ($200),, Mariam Sovacool ($225), Kitt Kurtz ($400). Winner of the grand prize is Lindsey Coombs ($1,000). A big congrats, too, to the winner of our online auction for the Old Man's Cabin painting -- Dr. Joe Clark who won with his high bid of $600. Thanks to all of you for your support. The raffle and auction together helped FoCC raise $3,371.88! (Our video shows the drawing of the final 5 numbers)

[09/16/20]   As of 6pm this evening of September 16, 2020, the bidding has closed in our online auction for the painting "Old Man's Cabin" by Tom Mayer. We will post the winner, along with our Reverse Raffle winners from tomorrow's drawing, on Friday morning.

friendsofcampchristopher.org

ONLINE AUCTION OF "OLD MAN'S CABIN" | Friends of Camp Christopher

As of 6pm tonight, $600 stands as the high bid as we enter the final 24 hours of our online auction for the painting of Old Man's Cabin by artist Tom Mayer. If you want to climb above that bid, you must act no later than 6pm, tomorrow, Wednesday, September 16th. Good Luck!

https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

friendsofcampchristopher.org

friendsofcampchristopher.org

ONLINE AUCTION OF "OLD MAN'S CABIN" | Friends of Camp Christopher

As of 6pm today, the entrenched high bid of $600 (by JC) still stands tall. Two more days to compete! Good luck to all.
https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

friendsofcampchristopher.org

friendsofcampchristopher.org

ONLINE AUCTION OF "OLD MAN'S CABIN" | Friends of Camp Christopher

As of 6pm today, the high bid of $600 (by JC) still stands atop the bidding structure. Just 3 days till deadline - 6pm, Wednesday, September 16th.
https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

friendsofcampchristopher.org

[09/12/20]   As of 6pm tonight, the high bid for our Old Man's Cabin painting stands at $600 (JC). Next update: Sunday evening after 6pm.

[09/12/20]   In these last 5 days of our online auction, we will post the high bid right around six p.m. each evening as we make our stretch run. Bidding will be closed as of 6pm on Wednesday, September 16th. Good luck!

As of this morning, the high bid for our painting of Old Man's Cabin remains at $600 (courtesy of JC). Today we enter into the stretch phase of our auction; for the next 5 days we will post the leading bid each day through Wednesday, September 16th, when the bidding closes at 6pm. Good luck to all!
https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

As of this morning, our high bid for Tom Mayer's painting of Old Man's Cabin remains at $600, a bid by JC. The auction will continue through Wednesday, September 16th, 6pm.
(A little segment of the masterpiece is pictured here)
https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

We are happy to announce that this week's leading bid is $600 (made by JC). Thanks to all our enthusiastic participants thus far in our online auction for Tom Mayer's beautiful rendering of Old Man' Cabin. You can visit our web page to participate or learn more. https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

Great news to share! At a subcommittee meeting of the Pandemic Reverse Raffle held on Lake Buckhorn (or September Song In Exile) Patti Longville announced that ALL 100 of our raffle tickets are now sold with our participants anticipating the Thursday September 17th drawing. Also, our high bid for the auction of "Old Man's Cabin" is now $400 (submitted by MS). Thanks to all our participants! https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

If you think the pandemic put any damper on our Camp season, check our reflections page on the web site and scroll down to camper Olivia Vrobel's assessment of her Christopher experience. (Artwork courtesy of Olivia) https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/umbrella-rides-the-wind/

[08/14/20]   Happy to report that the HIGH BID for our online auction of The Old Man's Cabin painting is the bid made by LB on August 8 --- $350. That is now the amount to beat! Good Luck to all.
https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

August 12, 2020. With membership meetings on hold in the midst of a pandemic, the FoCC Board gathered via Zoom (thanks, Tess Flannery) to catch up on some business, most notably, recognizing Jerry Antonucci's willingness to step in as president to fill some big shoes, those of our dearly departed Jim "Suave" Sovacool. Oh, will someone check to make sure Phyllis found her way out of the chat room? (Photo courtesy of Tim)

friendsofcampchristopher.org

ONLINE AUCTION OF "OLD MAN'S CABIN" | Friends of Camp Christopher

Two Announcements for our Friends Family:

1) Your response to our Pandemic Reverse Raffle has been extraordinary. In the month since the campaign was announced we have sold 90 of the 100 tickets available. That means there are JUST TEN TICKETS LEFT.
https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/annual-dinnerreverse-raffle/

2) The opening week of our online auction for the painting, Old Man's Cabin, netted 5 bids. High bid this Friday morning is $300 (from Friend MT). That is the amount to beat thus far.
https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

friendsofcampchristopher.org

[08/05/20]   Our Camp Family extends sympathy and support to Carrie Ann and John Litten, the Daw and Litten families, at the loss of Carrie's father, Brian Daws on Sunday. May he rest in peace.

LET THE BIDDING BEGIN! Friends of Camp Christopher proudly announces, in conjunction with our Pandemic Reverse Raffle, the opening of our Online Auction of "Old Man's Cabin." For 3 years now an original piece of art by artist and Friend Tom Mayer has been part of our annual Reverse Raffle fundraising. If you'd like to know more, check out our webpage posting on this online event which will come to fruition on Friday, September 18th. https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/online-auction-of-old-mans-cabin/

The pandemic has put a strain on gathering in one location for something as important as a funeral. But the ability to livestream is a blessing. Jim "Suave' Sovacool's Mass will be livestreamed tomorrow at 11. If you go to the St. Vincent Church website shortly before the Mass time, you should be able to log in!

legacy.com

View James Sovacool's Obituary and express your condolences

Here's a link to Jim Sovacool's obituary: https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/james-sovacool-obituary?pid=196554234

legacy.com James Sovacool passed away on July 25, 2020 in Akron, Ohio. Funeral Home Services for James are being provided by Hummel Funeral Homes and Crematories. The obituary was featured in Akron Beacon Journal on July 27, 2020.

July 25, 2020. On a Feast Day shared by Saint James and Saint Christopher, Jim “Suave” Sovacool’s tired body finally succumbed to the health challenges he stoically faced for years. The Camp community’s collective hearts ache at our loss, but Jim prepared us for this farewell with the way he lived life on his own terms since learning of the limited time he had left. His bucket list achievements, including a two-term run as president of Friends of Camp Christopher, were crowned with holding his infant granddaughter in his arms in March. The Sovacool bravado was a convincing outer shell that just barely concealed the teddy bear inside when it came to the strong-willed women in his life. Camp-connected all of his 67 years, Suave was not prone to speak softly as an ambassador of the Christopher Spirit. He voiced his love of Camp, his family and his faith at a volume level that could often stop traffic. Rest softly, Dear Friend, in the comfort of the “peace, love and daisies” you wished for us along the way. Our sincere condolences and support to Jim’s wife Jana, his six daughters and all the Sovacools.
(2019 photos of Jim [1st with daughters Mariam & Winnie and sis, Margie] courtesy of Tim.) https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/james-sovacool-obituary?pid=196554234

Imagine a Friends of Camp Christopher Dinner/Reverse Raffle without the Dinner and without the Friends assembled there! Well, in these coronavirus-challenged days we've done just that. We are happy to announce our Pandemic Reverse Raffle to be held on Thursday, September 17, 2020. We will sell 100 tickets at $50 each for a chance to win one of ten cash prizes totaling $2,500. If you'd like to join us in spirit while keeping sequestered, check out our web page for the info that will enable you to make it happen! As always, Friends, thanks so much for your remarkable support. https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/annual-dinnerreverse-raffle/

[07/14/20]   Sunday, July 12, 2020, was a particularly sad day for Camp Christopher alums. We lost two stalwart staff members of the 1970's with the deaths of DANNY "KINKY" KINCAID & CHRIS LESNIAK. If you haven't seen their brief tributes on our I WANNA LINGER page, you may want to check out our two most recent postings which honor their memory. Our condolences to their families and Friends.

As Kitt Kurtz has added beauty to the garden called Camp, she's noticed that a limited camper population has emboldened Christopher's wildlife: "The creatures have enjoyed the absence of humans. The deer have found and devoured every hosta that was lovingly planted, and most of the daylilies. A woodpecker built her nest right next to the road in front of the dining hall, and the babies were peeping out. A huge snake was stretched out in the sun on the gravel in front of Ponce De Leon. When Larry and I approached, the snake just reared up and glared at us to let us know it wasn't moving. I went this past Sunday to water things, and a mother groundhog charged at me. Her baby was nearby. I let her know I came in peace, and I was glad to be spared from her flashing teeth! It's amazing how quickly nature returns to the wild!) (Photo and insights courtesy of Kitt Kurtz)

As it does every season, Camp is benefitting from the work of volunteers. Among the green thumb specialists to share their skills is Friend Kitt Kurtz who has worked hard in the heat to add beauty to the garden. Thanks to all our generous volunteers. (Photo courtesy of Larry Furman)

2020. A smile and a baseball tee as a sign of togetherness in these tough times, courtesy of Kim Nelson Murray. (Photo courtesy of Kim). Friends baseball-style tees still available: https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/focc-t-shirts/

That Guardian of Camp Gardens, Larry Furman wants to thank those horticultural Friends who helped with beautifying Christopher terrain. "I appreciate the handiwork of our volunteer gardeners, especially Kitt Kurtz and Sam Sovacool."

2020. Standing tall for Camp Christopher is friend Lynn Pietrocini. Look as good as he does by getting your own FoCC baseball-style tee: https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/focc-t-shirts/ (Photo courtesy of Jeanne McDowell McGuire)

2020. Shawn O'Neill sports his brown Focc Tee with pride. (Photo courtesy of Mike Taylor) https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/focc-t-shirts/

2020. Staying close all the way from Hilton Head Island, SC, Jeanne McGuire proudly displays her new FoCC threads. You can get a tee like this by ordering via our website: https://friendsofcampchristopher.org/focc-t-shirts/
(Photo courtesy of Jeanne McGuire)

Christopher Campus Curator Larry Furman daily surveys hallowed ground and has determined that a few more flower beds would add to Camp's pristine beauty. He has a number of locations in mind which might benefit from a green thumb touch. If you are interested in volunteering some time and talent in this (literal) field, you can contact Lar via his email: [email protected] or through his phone: 330-808-1093.

schluppucakfh.com

Obituary for Virginia Ann Marie Rister | Schlup-Pucak Funeral Home Inc.

We stand in sympathy and loving support with our friends Tom Rister & Sherry Rister Frisby as they mourn the death of their mom, Virginia Ann Marie Rister. May she rest in peace. https://www.schluppucakfh.com/obituary/Virginia-Rister

schluppucakfh.com Share memories & support the family

Our Story

FRIENDS OF CAMP CHRISTOPHER 8 Years Old and Keeping the Spirit a'Movin'! Over the years, the idea of a Camp Christopher friends and alumni group would come up. Former staff reunions and fundraisers got us thinking about the merits of a formal organization to support a place dear to our hearts. We just needed one person to take the lead and make it happen. That person was Irene Wagner Lawrence. Irene’s ties to Christopher were fashioned the moment she walked into Day Camp in the 1950s. Camping every summer until she was old enough to join staff, this JC of 1969 spent four seasons as a counselor. Irene and her husband Dave became Family Campers for a number of summers. In recent years, Irene’s passion for Camp blossomed with participation in September Song and a return to staff status to guide both the Day Camp and Environmental Education programs. Irene researched creating a formal organization. Dave was active in Hoban High School’s alumni organization. Gathering information on the mechanics of such groups, and with the encouragement of CCCS Summit administration, Irene knew this enterprise could provide a real boost to Camp Christopher and its programs. In May 2012, 29 former Christopher counselors and campers met in the Camp Dining Hall and “Friends of Camp Christopher” (FoCC) became a reality. Former Camp director John Litten was designated as interim president until formal elections could take place. FoCC welcomed all former staff, campers and friends. By late fall of 2013, the organization determined that it would be governed by its members. The role of the officers and board would be to guide and direct, with active support of the members. Irene worked hard in 2014 with board member Janet Corey and FoCC member Annie Oakar Henry to establish our nonprofit credentials with 501(c) 3 status. Bylaws and a mission statement were written. It was important to members to maintain a good working relationship with Catholic Charities, but as an independent entity. On November 3, 2014, Friends of Camp Christopher officially received nonprofit status. With a mission of providing both financial assistance and volunteer hours to Camp and its programs, the young organization quickly made Christopher’s Campership program a priority. Helping as many families enjoy the beauty and serenity of Camp is the central focus. To date, the organization has donated over $26,000 to this program. Looking to help with projects not part of Camp’s annual budget, FoCC helped fund the beautiful environmental garden, where the Holy Family totems stood proudly for half a century. In the midst of the eye-catching natural display is a small plaque dedicating the site to the FoCC’s founding members. In 2016, our organization was able to assist in the renovation of cabin Old James Gibbons, saving the structure from the wrecking ball. In 2017, FOCC realized its most ambitious project to date with the $20,000 restoration of the flagpole area. Through its "Adopt A Brick" program, Friends of camp Christopher sold memorial paving bricks to create a mosaic of Camp memories and tributes in one central place. In spring of 2017, more than 200 "Friends" gathered for the flagpole dedication just before the season began. Fundraising is an important part of a nonprofit organization’s health. Ways & Means Committee Chair Terri Schlosser explores many ways to raise money. Several members of our extended Camp family have designated FoCC for bequests and memorial donations. FoCC had it first Dinner/Reverse Raffle in September 2014. The event was so enjoyable and profitable that it quickly was designated “annual.”

FoCC is now an active network of 240 members located around the globe. Its officers and board, under President Jim Sovacool, meet in advance of our quarterly general membership meetings. Camp has generously opened its grounds for our meetings. As the organization looks for new ways to support Camp Christopher, it strives to improve links to its members. The Membership Committee works hard to keep an updated mailing list for a variety of communication channels. Proud of its FoCC page, the leadership, with the help of a former staff member Mike Taylor, expanded our internet reach with a web site: http://friendsofcampchristopher.org/ . An organization of and for its members, FoCC promises to be a good steward of its share in the Christopher Spirit.

Want your business to be the top-listed Gym/sports Facility in Akron?

Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.

Videos (show all)

Location

Address


C/O PO Box 13814 2711 W Market St
Akron, OH
44334

General information

Send your name and contact information to [email protected] or by private message on Facebook
Other Akron gyms & sports facilities (show all)
World Cup Soccer Jerseys World Cup Soccer Jerseys
Akron

Replica sports/ Soccer Jerseys! You will not be disappointed in the quality guaranteed money back! $30 blank $35 w/name. $5 shipping to any US states. $45 for long sleeves. Other country contact me for shipping rates!

Elite Training By Trent Elite Training By Trent
1588 Greenlawn Ave
Akron, 44301

ETBT is an exciting program that offers special training in the development in all ages of basketball skills, through comprehensive teaching methods

Canal Park Canal Park
300 South Main Street
Akron, 44308

Revere High School Men's Lacrosse Revere High School Men's Lacrosse
205 Harvest Dr
Akron, 44333

Keeping the Revere High School Men Lacrosse Team informed.

The University of Akron Student Recreation and Wellness Center The University of Akron Student Recreation and Wellness Center
382 Carroll St
Akron, 44304

LIVE WELL, BE FIT! Follow on Instagram and Twitter @UAkronRec

Martha Meyo Yoga & Wellness Martha Meyo Yoga & Wellness
824 Elmore Ave
Akron, 44302

Yoga RYT 200 ☆ Cardio Bootcamp High & Low Winery: Mon 5:45pm (yoga + wine) Rock Mill: Tues 7 am, Thurs 7 am, Sat 9 am (on zoom) Lifesource: Thurs 6 pm, Friday 5:30 pm, & Sat 11am Vivify: 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm

Coppersmith Roofing Coppersmith Roofing
5044 S Main St Ste 100
Akron, 44319

Coppersmith Racing / Ohlins • FMF • Step Up MX

Quinn's Bike Shop Quinn's Bike Shop
Akron

http://quinnsbikeshop.com Wanted old bikes Schwinn Whizzer Cleveland Welding.Turning old throw away bikes into magnificent riders.Bike riding Bike touring

Solutions in Recovery Solutions in Recovery
2092 Jennifer St
Akron, 44313

As a former therapist, turned life coach I help people in recovery from addiction.and etc I provide that extra help that is sometimes needed in recovery.

Northside boxing gym Northside boxing gym
313 Boyle St
Akron, 44310

north side boxing gym is about the kids to keep the kids off the street! and active

International Gymnastics Training Center International Gymnastics Training Center
2653 South Arlington Road
Akron, 44319

Gymnastics and Tumbling instructions.

YMCA Rec Night YMCA Rec Night
477 E Market St
Akron, 44304

Rec Night is place for teenager to hangout, play basketball, and have fun together.

About   Contact   Privacy   Login C