Features

One Big Family

One Big Family

For over 30 years, Anchorage School District nurse and NYO volunteer Louise Leonard has been giving back to athletes and coaches at the Games. “Helping each other out, being competitive, and holding each other up—that’s what NYO is all about.”[...]
Something for Everyone

Something for Everyone

When Don Reardon was offered a chance to be head coach for the Bethel High School NYO team, it was a dream come true. “I always imagined some day I’d get the chance to coach NYO, and it happened way sooner than I thought it would.”[...]
Going for the Goal

Going for the Goal

Yannita Ivanoff of Unalakleet first noticed a new enthusiasm in her son Makiyan when he was in seventh grade. He’d just gotten involved with NYO; although he played basketball, too, NYO practice seemed to have an effect on him no other sport could match.[...]
A Personal Best

A Personal Best

As a girl living in Idaho, Madeline Ko—or Madi—had never heard of the NYO Games. A few years later, and with the help of WEIO champion Erica Meckel, Madi found herself competing in the finals.[...]
Retailer Helps Chanlyut Men Look as Good as They Feel

Retailer Helps Chanlyut Men Look as Good as They Feel

It’s no secret that wearing a suit boosts a person’s self-confidence. Men’s Wearhouse again collaborated with CITC's Chanlyut program to bring no-cost, gently used professional attire to the men of Chanlyut, who are working hard to turn their lives around.[...]

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