David Martorano, the new president of the YMCA, recently worked on puzzles with, from left, Leonardo Torres, Abena Baido and Edwin Santamaria during a preschool program at YMCA North Lexington. Martorano is interested in the Y "being a stronger partner" with school districts "to focus on the achievement gap and summer learning loss."
David Martorano, the new president of the YMCA, recently worked on puzzles with, from left, Leonardo Torres, Abena Baido and Edwin Santamaria during a preschool program at YMCA North Lexington. Martorano is interested in the Y "being a stronger partner" with school districts "to focus on the achievement gap and summer learning loss." Herald-Leader
David Martorano, the new president of the YMCA, recently worked on puzzles with, from left, Leonardo Torres, Abena Baido and Edwin Santamaria during a preschool program at YMCA North Lexington. Martorano is interested in the Y "being a stronger partner" with school districts "to focus on the achievement gap and summer learning loss." Herald-Leader

New leadership, familiar vision for YMCA

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