Media Advisory - YMCA to celebrate official opening of YMCA Sprott House: Renovations to YMCA House complete YMCA Youth Foyer Model

    TORONTO, Sept. 17 /CNW/ - The YMCA of Greater Toronto will be officially
opening YMCA Sprott House, a new affordable and supported housing program for
young adults aged 16 to 24 on September 17, 2007. By doing so, the YMCA has
delivered on its commitment to create a comprehensive Youth Foyer Program. The
event will include a presentation by Toronto City Councilor Adam Vaughan, and
official ribbon-cutting ceremonies including YMCA Sprott House benefactors,
the Sprott Family. Tours of YMCA Sprott House and the recently renovated YMCA
House are also part of the event.

    WHO       Toronto City Councilor Adam Vaughan, YMCA President & CEO,
              Scott Haldane, YMCA Board Chair Sandy McIntyre, Juliana and
              Larisa Sprott, community leaders, YMCA members & senior

    WHAT      Tours of YMCA Sprott House and the newly renovated YMCA House;
              presentation by Toronto City Councilor, Adam Vaughan; official
              ribbon-cutting ceremony.

    WHERE     YMCA Sprott House, 21 Walmer Road, Toronto, ON.
              (just west of Spadina and Bloor).

    WHEN      Monday, September 17, 2007 3 p.m.

    DETAILS   3:30 to 4:30 pm     Tours at YMCA House

              4:30 to 5:30 pm     Tours at YMCA Sprott House

              5:30 to 6:30 pm     Reception and ribbon cutting

For further information:

For further information: Steven Heipel, Vice President, Communications,
YMCA of Greater Toronto, (416) 722-4646 (cell), (416) 413-1020, ext. 2115,

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