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YMHA:

see Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew AssociationsYoung Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Associations
(YMHA, YWHA), organizations that promote health, social activities, recreation, acculturation of new Jewish Americans, and Jewish culture among Jews of all ages. The first YMHA was founded in Baltimore in 1854.
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(10) Constitution Act, 1867, supra note 2; Hogg, supra note 7 at 6-18, 6-19; YMHA Jewish Community Centre of Winnipeg Inc v Brown, [1989] 1 SCR 1532 at 1548, 59 DLR (4th) 694 [YMHA].
The transfer of what Blumenthal calls "leisure-time activities" from Sisterhood to the YMHA mirrors a much larger story that was taking place nationwide.
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Abe was a member of the YMHA. He came quickly to the point.
together at New York's YMHA in 1973, entering a party afterward
Bill Clinton had said that once you get everyone together -- the YMCA and the American Red Cross, the YMHA, the JCCs, whatever organizations -- so it's not fractionalized, we'd all be for this.
Raised in the Bronx, Price first learned about writing from the poems his Russian immigrant grandfather published in the local YMHA magazine.
In the 1950s and '60s, Jack and I were on a softball team together, in the old YMHA League that played fast-pitch in Forest Park on Sunday mornings.
He did teaching stints at the Seminary's Teachers Institute and rabbinical school as well as at the 92nd Street YMHA, where he also chaired its Cultural Affairs Committee.
In 1964, Fraser received the YMHA Poetry Center's Discovery Award and the New School's Frank O'Hara Poetry Prize, later followed by an NEA Young Writers Discovery Award.
Gertrude Stein, when pressed, said she wrote "for praise for praise for praise." But at another time alone at her desk, she responded, "I write for myself and strangers." Edward has answered the question in a similar way: "I am writing for me....I tell my students that you should write each play as if it were your first play - the first play that has ever been written." When the critic Mel Gussow interviewed him before an audience at the 92nd Street YMHA last year, Albee said that the criticism that interested him most was not that of critics but of his fellow playwrights.