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Rock N Run 5K - Super Hero Edition

Join the YMCA and WSLM Classic Hits Radio and your favorite SUPER HEROES in this 5th annual charitable 5K event! The event will be held on September 30th at the Washington County Family YMCA. 

Support your community YMCA as we raise funds for our Annual Campaign. The campaign provides financial assistance to youth and families in our community to make participation in YMCA activities available to all.

Special Thanks to our event sponsors: WSLM, Meadowview Health & Rehabilitation, Netshape Technology, Blue River Wood Products, 360 Accounting, Pacers & Racers, St.Vincent Salem Hospital, Jean's Extrusions, John Jones GM City, Sylveus Crop Insurance, Jason Wade State Farm, and WOW -- Working on Wellness Washington County.

Click here to register for the Rock N Run 5k!

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Putting Christian Principles into practice that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.

The Washington County Family YMCA is a volunteer led charitable organization of men, women, and children of all ages, abilities, races and religions. Our mission is to put Christian Principles into practice that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.

The Y is a leading voice on health and well being. We bring families closer together, encourage good health, and foster connections through fitness, sports, fun and shared interests. As a result, 4,125 people in our community are receiving the support, guidance, and resources they need to achieve greater health in spirit, mind, and body. This is particularly important as our nation struggles with an obesity crisis, families struggle with work/life balance, and individuals search for personal fulfillment. Our programs are accessible, affordable, and open to all faiths, backgrounds, abilities, and income levels. In 2016, the Y served 4,125 people and provided $47,500 in financial assistance to 502 families who otherwise would have faced economic barriers to participation.