State budget crisis hits YMCA named for governor’s family

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CHICAGO -- The state's budget crisis is affecting after school programs for teenagers in the Pilsen and Little Village neighborhoods.

The Rauner Family YMCA is canceling its Teen Reach program because of a lack of funds from the state.

The YMCA opened in 2006.

It's named for Governor Bruce Rauner and his wife who donated $3.5 million for its construction before he was governor.