General Information

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The Y is much more than just a gym. We are a movement, a powerful force for change in your life, your health, and your community. Whether you're looking for a place to get fit and relieve stress, a caring environment for your children, or a volunteer program to give something back to your community, you'll find it at the Y. Our programs for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility ensure that we strengthen more than just the body. We strengthen the foundations of community. We are your Y and we're waiting for you. Join us!


Facilities

  • Four conveniently located centers
  • Seven indoor pools
  • Four indoor running tracks
  • Six gymnasiums
  • Ten racquetball courts
  • Two indoor waterslides
  • Steam room
  • Four saunas
  • Three whirlpools
  • Complete gymnastics center with full-size spring floor
  • Drop-in child care
  • Spacious locker rooms

Core Programs

  • Swim lessons
  • Gymnastics
  • Youth sports
  • Aerobics and strength training
  • Teen
  • Family
  • Older adults
  • School age child care
  • Day camp
  • Preschool camp
  • Year-round resident camp

My Y Story...

Dick

I have been a member of the YMCA throughout my whole life. In September 2005, I had open heart surgery to replace my aortic heart valve and repair an aortic aneurysm. After my cardiac rehab was completed, my wife and I decided it was best for me to continue through the YMCA. I felt safe at the Y, because I knew if anything happened there, the staff would help me. I started walking on the treadmill and lifting light weights. The personal trainers made sure I did not over exert myself so quickly after open heart surgery. They helped develop a workout program that fit my needs and made me feel comfortable. When I started walking the track, I was quite slow. Now, my daughters have to jog to keep up with me. This year, I started participating in yoga classes to work on my balance and stretching. Since my open heart surgery, I have had various medical issues including prostate cancer, diverticulitis, and a broken femur in my right leg. The YMCA is not only a place where I was able to physically heal, but also a place for me to meet new people and catch up with old acquaintances. At the Y, I realized I was not alone and am able to share my story openly and have others share their stories with me. I was told by my nurses on the heart floor that heart patients should receive twelve hugs a day to promote heart health. At the YMCA, I am always greeted with a hello and a hug. - Dick Rosin