The Cobourg YMCA holds its first meeting and enrolls 40 members.
The annual YMCA Convention for Ontario and Quebec is held at the Cobourg YMCA.
The official incorporation of the Association.
The first Cobourg YMCA Summer Day Camp is held in Victoria Park.
Cobourg YMCA became a founding member of the Northumberland United Way.
The opening of the Cobourg YMCA facility on Elgin Street.
The Cobourg YMCA is named one of the top three YMCAs in Canada. The facility will go on to win this award for three consecutive years.
The Capital Campaign is launched to fund a major expansion to the Cobourg YMCA.
The Grand Opening of the newly expanded Cobourg YMCA.
The international partnership with the YMCA of Nicaragua begins.
The first youth exchange between the YMCAs of Cobourg, Montreal and Nicaragua.
Brighton YMCA on Main St. is opened.
The launch of YMCA Ontario Early Years Centres across Northumberland.
Association renamed to YMCA Northumberland.
Amalgamation of Child Care and Ontario Early Years into the Children’s YMCA; launch of the new YMCA Strong Kids Campaign.
Cobourg YMCA undergoes major renovation of conditioning centre and updates all fitness equipment.
Acquired the upper parking lot which was formerly a Kraft property. Complete pool renovation and upgrade of the environmental system at Cobourg.
Transfer of the Cobourg facility and parking lot from the Town of Cobourg. Installation of the Climbing Wall in the gym.
Two new camp pavilions and an outdoors rope course installed in Cobourg for Day Camp. Two new childcare centres opened. Cobourg facility upgrades including parking lot paving and gym floor refinished.
New 5 year agreement with the Town of Brighton and Brighton Health Services. Website and digital signage redeveloped. One new childcare centre opened. PATH partnership launched. New day camp in Cramahe.
– In early 2014 the Board of Directors of YMCA Northumberland and YMCA of Greater Toronto voted unanimously in support of a management agreement and a three-year Association Plan that focuses on further integration of the two YMCAs.
– Our Child Care operation increased to 10 sites.
– A first year partnership with Alderville First Nations was initiated with the operation of its outdoor aquatics facility.
– Summer day camp in Brighton was re-launched and the YMCA Cramahe day camp operated for a second year.
The Board of Directors of YMCA Northumberland and the YMCA of Greater Toronto voted unanimously to renew the existing management agreement for another year, giving each Association the opportunity to continue to explore the potential for integration.
– In May 2015, a Project Coordinating Committee was formed to explore YMCA partnership opportunities with the Town of Cobourg regarding the building of a new facility.
– Our Child Care program expanded to include three new sites: Plainville, Spring Valley and Camborne, which increases our Child Care operations to 13 sites.
– YMCA Camp Tiki launched the “Rise and Shine Breakfast” and the “Let’s Do Lunch” programs to ensure every camper had access to healthy meals every day.
– Our YMCA Strong Kids campaign launched Operation Red Nose, a new fundraising initiative that raised $22,000 and provided over 220 safe rides to residents during the holiday season.