FOUNDER’S DAY 06/06/2021

Strengthening Communities for over 175 Years: a Brief History of the Y On June 6, the YMCA marks 177 years as a nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through programs and services designed to foster youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Here are five past notable events and achievements that demonstrate the Y’s commitment to the communities it serves:   American Institutions: Celebrations such as Father’s Day, and organizations like the Peace Corps, all have their roots at the YMCA.   Summer Camp: The oldest known summer camp, Camp Dudley, first opened in 1885 and countless numbers of boys and girls have since learned the skills and wonders of camping through the Y, developing critical skills and making memories along the way.   Innovating & Inventing: From James Naismith’s invention of basketball to instructors creating racquetball and what would eventually become volleyball, the Y has a rich tradition in activities that are played by millions…

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Youth Basketball Camp 07/26/2021

Camp will be led by Akil Gay who has many years of experience coaching boys and girls.  An emphasis on fundamentals and age appropriate skills will be taught. Boys and Girls 1st – 6th grade July 26-30 9am – 12 noon $60 Y members and $80 Program participants Scholarships are available ONLINE REGISTRATION    

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Scholastic Book Fair 08/02/2021

Join us for the annual book fair. YMCA lobby August 2-6 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

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Back to School Bash – Group Exercise 08/18/2021

Who: Members and Guests at no cost What: Free Group Exercise Classes When: Wednesday – 8:30 am HIIT, BEYOND BARRE , 9:30 am RPM Thursday – 8:30 am BODYPUMP, YOGA, 9:30 AM CARDIO DANCE Celebrate the beginning of the school year!  Coffee, juice, and fruit will be served.      

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Mission Statement: To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.