News from the Marion Family YMCA
connect with other members with the same interest in the following areas:
- Group Exercise classes
VITAL BUILDING BLOCKS
Children are like sponges- they watch and absorb knowledge, skills and values from everything and everyone around them. At the Y, we believe the values and skills learned early on are vital building blocks for quality of life and future success.
Congratulation to all Triathlon/Duathlon/5K participants.
Female Winner - Jenni Myers
Male Winner - James Zeuch
Male Winner - Bucky Schmeltzer
Male Winner - Mitch Libster
Female Winner - Kate Vela
JCPenney and the Y are expanding their 20 year relationship and providing exciting, new ways for JCPenney's to give to the Y.
From now until September 2, JCPenney will donate $1 for every purchase of Arizona jeans to support the Y's Academic Achievement Initiative. ( The academic initiative supports summer learning programs and after school programs)
Kids love digging in the dirt and they will get plenty of chance as they
learn how to plant and take care of a garden.
Every Monday from 10:00 - 10:30 a.m.
children will learn about healthy foods and enjoy story time.
2016 Summer Break Membership Specials
Whether you are home from college over the summer or visiting friends and family,
take advantage of staying fit and healthy. Being healthy means more than simply
being physically active. It’s about maintaining a balancedspirit, mind and body.
Is your child ready to have his/her best summer ever? Y Summer Day Camps
are full of learning, adventure, active play and friendship. A wide variety of
camp experiences include new field trips, swimming, arts and more.
Preschool Day Camp
Congratulations to Drift Team. Champions of the Winter Adult Basketball League.
Whether you are just starting to run or you are a seasoned racer, this club is a great way to make connections, meet training partners and form friendships.
An exciting new way for kids to exercise and have fun while learning to dance!
Diabetes is a serious health condition that can lead to heart disease, stroke,
kidney failure, high blood pressure, and blindness. If you have been
diagnosed with pre-diabetes, or believe you may be at risk for developing
the disease, the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention program can help you develop
a healthier lifestyle and work with you to reduce the risks this condition can