**NEW** February Vacation Acting Class Intensive at Cape Ann Y!!!
Contact Heidi Dallin at DallinH@NorthshoreYMCA.org
Cape Ann YMCA open with limitations due to the pandemic. Website has the latest news.
Look forward to hearing about any Mark Mitchell youth sports direction there. What a wonderful coach and teacher!
Explained by the leaders of The Cape Ann YMCA and North Shore YMCA
Executive Director, Teen & Camp Services, Cape Ann YMCA
Chris Lovasco, CEO, YMCA of the North Shore
Jack Meany, former CEO, YMCA of the North Shore
I work at the North Shore United Way and receive Google Alerts for Gloucester since it is a community we serve. I’ve noticed your blog posts and thought, for once, I’d submit something in case you are interested in featuring it.
On September 30th at Cruiseport in Gloucester we will be honoring Jack Meany, the CEO of the North Shore YMCA, for over 25years of his dedication and leadership within our North Shore communities. Jack actually started his career at the Cape Ann Y and then moved on to become to CEO for the North Shore YMCAs. I’ve included below an article in the Gloucester Times about the event. Tickets are available on our website and can also be purchased at the door: http://www.nsuw.org/LULA.html.
Thanks very much for your time.
About Jack Meany:
Jack became the Chief Executive Officer of the North Shore YMCA on January 1, 1999. This consolidation of the Cape Ann, Haverhill, Marblehead, Salem and Beverly Regional YMCAs occurred at various times over a 10-year period. Prior to the mergers, Jack provided leadership to the Beverly Regional YMCA and the Cape Ann YMCA. Jack began his YMCA career at the Oswego YMCA in Oswego, New York as Executive Director from 1980-1984.
Immediately following college, Jack used his teaching degree at Hannibal High School in Hannibal, New York. He also coached basketball, track, cross country and golf during his seven years at Hannibal High School. Jack received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the State University of New York at Oswego and a Master of Science degree in Recreation Administration from the State University of New York at Cortland.
Jack is a resident of Rockport, Massachusetts where he lives with his wife, Cathy. The Meanys have two grown children, Erika and Patrick, and 2 grandchildren.