APPLETON, WI – Andy Rossmeissl, a partner at Herrling Clark Law Firm, has been named Chairman of the YMCA of the Fox Cities Board of Directors. Rossmeissl will serve as Chairman for two terms.
Rossmeissel’s tenure with the YMCA of the Fox Cities will focus on serving their five branches: Apple Creek YMCA, Appleton YMCA, Fox West YMCA, Heart of the Valley YMCA and Neenah-Menasha YMCA. The YMCA of the Fox Cities also boasts the Ogden YMCA, focusing on fitness and racquet sports in Neenah, Wis. The organization also operates YMCA Camp Nan A Bo Sho (founded in 1964), a 40 acre overnight camp on the shores of Waubee Lake and Camp Shioc.
“I am both honored and excited to be serving as the Chairman of the YMCA of the Fox Cities Board of Directors,” said attorney Andy Rossmeissl. “The YMCA provides important programs and services that enable people in the Fox Cities to live active and healthy lives, and I look forward to assisting in advancing these efforts.”
The Y is a nonprofit organization, offering health, hope and opportunity. For more than 130 years, the YMCA of the Fox Cities has been a unifying force in the Fox Valley. The Y links individuals from diverse social and economic backgrounds with an inclusive and collaborative spirit. The Y positively impacts the quality of life for more than 69,000 people each year, giving children skills and values, which protect the integrity of family life and neighborhoods. Rossmeissl’s service has personal ties as well.
“The YMCA is a big part of my family’s lives and I know how much the Y means to so many other families too,” said Rossmeissl. “I am really proud to be able to serve this organization and be a part of their mission to promote youth, adult, and family activities that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.”