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He and a group of fellow drapers organized the first YMCA to substitute Bible Older ladies seeking sex in Albany and prayer for life on the streets. By there were 24 Ys in Great Britain, with a combined membership of 2, That same year the Y arrived in North America: It was established in Montreal on November 25, and in Boston on December The idea proved popular everywhere. The next year the first international convention was held in Paris.

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In the United States during the Civil War, Y membership shrunk to one-third its size as members marched off to battle. Fifteen of the remaining Northern Ys formed the U.

Christian Commission to assist the troops and prisoners of war. Among other accomplishments, it gave more than 1 million Bibles to fighting men. It was the beginning of a commitment to working with soldiers and sailors that continues to this Older ladies seeking sex in Albany through the Armed Services YMCAs. Only 59 Ys Older ladies seeking sex in Albany left by war's end, but a rapid rebuilding followed, and four years later there were more.

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But seeds of future change were there. In those early days, YMCAs were run almost entirely by volunteers. There were a handful of paid staff members before the Civil War who kept the place clean, ran the library and served as corresponding secretaries. But it wasn't until the s, when YMCAs began putting up buildings in large numbers, that most associations thought they needed someone there full time. Gyms and swimming pools came in at that sec, too, ladied with big auditoriums and bowling alleys.

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Hotel-like rooms with bathrooms down the hall, called dormitories or residences, were designed into every new YMCA building, and would continue to be until the late s. Income from rented rooms was a great source of funds for YMCA activities of all kinds. Residences would make a major financial contribution to the movement for the next century.

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The first foreign work secretaries, as they were called, reflected the huge missionary outreach by Christian churches near the turn of the century. But instead of churches, they organized YMCAs that eventually were placed under local control.

Both maintained lifelong connections with it. The U. Mott, on his own, involved the YMCA movement in running the military canteens, called post exchanges today, in the United States and in France. It also took on war relief for Older ladies seeking sex in Albany refugees Alabny prisoners of war on both sides, and worked to ease the path of African American soldiers returning to the segregated South. Y secretaries from China supervised the Chinese laborers brought to Europe Older ladies seeking sex in Albany unload ships, dig trenches and clear the battlefields after the war.

James Yen, a Yale graduate working with YMCAs in France, developed a simple Chinese alphabet of characters that became a major weapon Albant wiping out illiteracy in China. Funds left over from war work helped in the s to spur a Y building boom, outreach to small towns ladjes counties, work with returning Country boy for nsa troops and blossoming of YMCA trade schools and colleges.

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The Great Depression brought dramatic drops in Y income, some as high as 50 percent. A number of associations Olcer taken up direct relief of the poor beginning inas employment mounted before the stock market crash of When direct relief was taken over by the federal government init released YMCAs and other nonprofits from their welfare tasks.

Forced to reevaluate themselves by hard times and by pressure from militant student YMCAs, community Ys became aware of social problems as never before and accelerated their partnerships with other social welfare agencies. Programs and mission were reviewed as well.

Some results were joint community projects, renewed emphasis on group work and more work through organized classes and lectures. Ys were forced to prove to their communities that both character-building agencies and welfare agencies were needed, especially in times of stress.

Between andBible class enrollment fell by 60 percent and residence use was down, but exercise and educational classes were both up, along with vocational training and camping. It drew thousands to that YMCA in to "unite unemployed young men who desire to maintain their physical and mental vigor and wish to train themselves for greater usefulness and service to themselves and the community," reported the association.

The program offered a wide range of free services such as medical assistance, physical programs, school classes on a dozen subjects and recreation. As conditions improved even slightly, they went back to work. A few were left behind -- in most cases, those considered unemployable. The YMCA offered them vocational training. The idea spread widely and YMCAs discovered they could survive handily if they served a large number of people and had low building payments.

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The rapidly expanding suburbs drew the Ys with them, sometimes abandoning the old residences and downtown buildings that no longer were efficient or necessary.

Inthe U. The result was 98 Y buildings renovated, improved or built new in 32 countries. In what could be called the Great Disillusion ofthe nation was rocked by turmoil that included the Vietnam War, urban noting, the forced resignation of a U.

He said the choice was "either to keep learning or to become 20th-century Pharisees clinging to forms and theories that were once valid expressions of the best that was known, but that today are outdated and irrelevant. With national YMCA support and federal aid, new outreach efforts were taken up by community Ys in cities. The Ys poured their sed money and Older ladies seeking sex in Albany seekung outreach as well.

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