About the Dale Turner Family Y
The Dale Turner Family YMCA is a thriving hub for the cities and communities to the north of Seattle. This branch was named for the late Rev. Dale Turner, a Seattle Times columnist, church leader, and board member of the YMCA. Reverend Turner made a lifelong commitment to building community by joining people of all backgrounds. Our staff honors that legacy by creating a culture of respect and engagement, and by continuing to find new ways to serve our diverse member community.
Serving Our Community
The Dale Turner Family Branch of the YMCA of Greater Seattle serves north King and south Snohomish Counties, including the cities of Shoreline, Lynnwood, and Edmonds, as well as the Lake Forest Park and Woodway neighborhoods of Seattle.
Community in Action
We take pride in being responsive to the unique needs of our growing community and in helping raise up every person who lives here. Our on-site and outreach programs include free meals, support for homeless and transitional members, child care and school readiness, youth development, family activities, chronic disease prevention, summer meal programs, and much, much more.
Dale Turner Family Y Staff & Board
Our staff has a strong commitment to serving the many constituents of our organization. Our board represents a cross-section of our community and has a passion for our organization and those we serve.
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Member Engagement Supervisor
Noël Van Zanen
Healthy Living Director
Swim Lesson Supervisor
Pastor Kelly Dahlman-Oeth
More from the Dale Turner Family Y
Are you interested in coaching? Want to help with youth programs for a volunteer opportunity your whole family can participate in? When we all join, we rise together!
Have a general question about volunteering at the Dale Turner Family Y? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We Appreciate Your Support
Every year, we rely on donations to help ensure that all of the people in our community can access our services. There are lots of ways you can give, and we’re grateful for your help.