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RoseMary’s Place childcare in Dayton has opened waitlist

RoseMary’s Place is coming to Dayton with a projected opening date of 4-1-2024. Click here for some of the questions we anticipate. We understand how important childcare is to families, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the process is fair. On Wednesday, Nov. 15, we opened the waiting list. The list requires entering … Continue reading RoseMary’s Place childcare in Dayton has opened waitlist

Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month

“We can trace a line from sexual violence to systems of oppression, and we can’t end sexual violence without also ending racism. Drawing Connections: Prevention Demands Equity calls on all individuals, communities, organizations, and institutions to change ourselves and the systems surrounding us to build racial equity and respect.” The National Sexual Violence Resource Center Join us … Continue reading Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month

YWCA 21-Day Racial Equity & Social Justice Challenge 2021

We rolled out an all-new challenge for 2021. Did you join us? YWCA Walla Walla joined 54 YWCAs from Oahu to South Florida to Maine, all doing a version of this challenge. To engage with each other, we used the hashtag #YWCAEquityChallenge on social media. Thank you to everyone who joined us to dive deep … Continue reading YWCA 21-Day Racial Equity & Social Justice Challenge 2021

LiNC curriculum creator retiring

Longtime educator Deana York has retired as director of the YWCA LiNC program. Deana based LiNC on the Impact Life Transitions Program she started at Walla Walla Community College in 2004. Impact was a model program in Washington state. However, many programs lost funding in 2010, including Impact. The program needed a new home, and … Continue reading LiNC curriculum creator retiring

2019 Report to the Community

YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. 2019 Board of Directors The YWCA Board of Directors is a wonderful team of devoted and hard-working women from around the Walla Walla Valley. President  Denise Shives President-Elect  Carol Allen Vice President  Genny Mills Secretary pro … Continue reading 2019 Report to the Community

One of our own to speak for YWCA Leadership Luncheon

The theme for 2019 came to Anne-Marie Zell Schwerin during a sleepless night in December. “It was after the new board orientation. Our board member Liza Jacobson advises Leadership Academy at Blue Ridge Elementary and told us that YWCA Mariposa girls are the core of that group. Leadership Academy students do service projects for their … Continue reading One of our own to speak for YWCA Leadership Luncheon

YWCA reviews ‘FEARLESS’ past year

YWCA Walla Walla’s Fireside Room was festive on Monday, February 4, when nearly 80 friends joined staff and board members at the 101st Year-in-Review Luncheon. The annual event celebrates the previous year’s accomplishments and those people who have helped YWCA staff serve women and families. YWCA LiNC Director Deana York spoke about the program’s first … Continue reading YWCA reviews ‘FEARLESS’ past year

Super 1 Foods customers gave $800+ for women’s services

Assistant Manager Eric Dean (left) and Store Manager Josh Hooker present check to YWCA representatives Jan Asher Dolph and Anne-Marie Zell Schwerin. According to the statistics of a research company with, most adverse reactions to Ativan, including CNS effects and respiratory depression, are dose-dependent, with more serious effects occurring at higher doses.