YMCA recognizes outstanding volunteers

Our very own Kaleb Hennigh has been recognized as an outstanding volunteer for Enid YMCA.


ENID, Okla. — Denny Price Family YMCA recognized and honored outstanding volunteers and longtime employees during the annual Christmas board meeting Wednesday at Convention Hall.


Volunteer Doug Nickel was honored for his efforts during the annual Back A Youth campaign.

Lou Ann Crump was recognized for her assistance in the aquatic program as a class instructor.

Youth sports coaches recognized for their character and dedication were Kaleb Hennigh, James Graham and Mike Fields.

Four YMCA employees accepted awards for 10 years of dedicated service to the organization.

Kendra Heitfeld, Beverly Qualls, Sheryl Reid and Kim Haley received recognition during the annual meeting.

Brent Price also received an award for his leadership during the year as president of the board. Newly elected board members welcomed during the meeting were: Hennigh, Sal Alvarado, Molly Helm, Rusty Mosley and John Reneau.

“Our board members, volunteers and employees play a critical role in the Y’s ability to achieve impact, build sustainability and strengthen the foundations of community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility,” said Ken Rapp, executive director. “Our annual Christmas board meeting serves to celebrate the Y’s accomplishments and the many contributions of dedicated community leaders, volunteers and employees who contribute their time, talent and resources to advance the Y’s cause.”




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