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A Really Important Race


The Lancaster YWCA held its annual Race Against Racism on Saturday, April 30. It’s the 18th year for the race and our 18th year supporting the event, with its focus on eliminating racism and empowering women. We have been involved in the race since the beginning, designing the logo, brochures, posters, banners and signage.

We were pleased and proud to have TCG represented this year by Tim Rehman, husband of our go-to person Julie Rehman (we call her The Glue, cause she holds the agency together). Tim placed 21st overall and 1st in his age bracket, running the 5K with a time of 19:04. The rain held off and it was a great day and a terrific event.

We love being a partner with the YWCA for this really important race!

What Makes A Winner

Our friend Maureen Powers, CEO of the YWCA Lancaster, is a finalist for the Nonprofit Leadership Excellence honor in Central Penn Business Journal’s Nonprofit Innovation Awards. The program honors local community service and the Leadership Excellence category recognizes “an exemplary nonprofit leader.”

Maureen is exemplary – and a whole lot more. We’ve worked with her and YWCA Lancaster on their Race Against Racism for 16 years. Now, we are excited to be helping with their 125th anniversary celebration. Maureen has been the organization’s CEO for 28 years, demonstrating compassionate leadership and unparalleled dedication.

We are sure that all of the finalists for the Nonprofit Leadership Excellence award are dedicated and deserving. The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony on February 28. Regardless of the outcome that day, in our view, Maureen already is a winner.