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YMCA Of Santa Clarita Strives To Build Community Relationships

YMCA Of Santa Clarita Strives To Build Community Relationships

The Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA strives to promote youth development, healthy lifestyles and social responsibility throughout the community.

The YMCA was designed to help its members learn new life skills and make connections. With the help of participants, facilities and equipment, the YMCA helps to build healthy bodies, minds and spirits.


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The YMCA allows its participants to be a part of a safe, fun and positive environment for adults, children, families and friends in order to connect with each other. By enhancing the communities through relationship building, members can pursue their interests, further their sense of belonging and give and receive support.

The Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA wants its members to establish connections with their families and with other members. Members have the option to engage in group interest classes with people who share similar ideas and passions. To improve health and well-being, group classes, personal fitness counselors and water activities are offered at the YMCA.

The Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA offers many programs with the intention of getting the whole family involved and connected. Parent-child classes, adventure guides, family swim and trailblazer activities are all workshops that get families to work together.

Children and teens can participate in activities with their age groups. Some of these programs include youth sports, swim lessons, after school enrichment, art classes and day and residential classes. When children are not in the care of their parents, the YMCA has child care classes that provide a nurturing and safe environment for children to play and flourish.


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Members at the YMCA have the opportunity to enjoy all of its amenities, including a fitness center, group exercise studio, cycling room, indoor 17-yard heated pool, supervised child activity center and multi-purpose rooms. The fitness center has a variety of equipment, consisting of free weights, treadmills, elliptical trainers, stationary bikes, cardiovascular equipment and strength equipment.

The Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA is accessible to everyone. Membership packages are available for families, adults and children with no contract so that they can be cancelled at any time. Members receive over 60 weekly fitness classes, supervised child activity center, training programs, youth fitness, access to locker rooms, priority registration, guest passes and access to over 2,500 YMCAs around the world.

A seven day free pass is available on their website to allow non-members to try the YMCA experience before becoming a member.

Financial assistance is an option for those who cannot afford the membership price. It is based on income, household members and availability of funds. Applicants can apply with a confidential scholarship application at the Welcome Center at the Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA.

The YMCA is a non-profit organization that depends on the support of its community, volunteers and donations to help it thrive. They happily accept monetary donations, volunteer time, stocks and gifts.

For more information about the Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA, or to become a member, please visit their website at www.ymcala.org/santa-clarita.



Source: Santa Clarita News


YMCA Of Santa Clarita Strives To Build Community Relationships

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