As of July 27, 2020, facemasks will be required inside the YMCA.

Per Governor Holcomb's order, masks are required except during exercise. Members and visitors are required to wear a mask upon entry of the building and in our common areas, which include hallways, restrooms, and locker rooms.

Masks in the Wellness Center and Group Exercise classes are optional at this time.

The sign below will be posted throughout the facility as a reminder to all who enter the building.

As a nonprofit dedicated to keeping our community healthy, safe and thriving for all, Y members like you make our impact possible. Thank you for staying with us during these incredibly challenging times. Thanks to your support, the Y was able to assist in feeding our county youth and senior population, offer pandemic childcare, host a blood drive, open up our showers to those in need, and distribute face masks to healthcare and essential workers.  You were here for your community when it needed you most, and we remain here for you. We are thrilled to announce that we are taking steps to reopen our facility and reactivate key programs in the very near future. We are so happy to welcome you back to the Y.

As we prepare to reopen our doors, please be assured that your safety - and the safety of all our members, program participants, staff and volunteers - is our number one priority. We’re following guidelines from health experts and local officials to ensure that our facilities meet the highest standards for hygiene and safety, and we have modified our policies and programs to facilitate safe social distancing practices. 

We invite you to join us in whatever manner you are most comfortable – whether virtually through our website,  or at our facility when we reopen on May 24. We’re here to help you focus on what matters most: your health, your family and friends, and your community.

Taking care of our health is more important now than ever before. We’re here to help you stay active and healthy and improve your well-being in spirit, mind and body, whether in person in our clean, sanitary facilities, or through our virtual programs. No matter what your age, interests or abilities, we can help you meet your personal health goals – safely. Learn more about our upcoming health and wellness offerings at wcfymca.org.

 

These challenging times have reminded us all what really matters most: spending time with the people we care about. The Y offers programming and activities for the whole family, as well as physical and virtual spaces for you and your friends to work toward your health goals together and opportunities to build relationships with people from different backgrounds. Learn more about our upcoming family programs and other opportunities to connect with friends and neighbors by visiting our website. 

Your Y isn’t a building. It’s people - people from all backgrounds and walks of life who come together to improve their lives, nurture their families and strengthen their community, together. At the Y, you can always find a way to make a positive impact in our community: you can volunteer on our board, coach or mentor kids, teach a class, welcome members and visitors, or make a charitable donation to help neighbors in need. 

Welcome back to the Y. Together, we’re a better us.