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Come Play at the Y
Come Play at the Y Offered to Community
Free Classes for All
From Sunday, September 2nd through Saturday, September 8th, the Somerset Hills YMCA will offer a wide range of classes to the community, members and non-members alike, for free. Individuals and families are invited to try out classes such as sports, gymnastics, dance, music and art classes for kids; Kinesis, spin and music classes for adults; as well as family events.
Additionally, potential members are offered a $25 credit towards their new membership fee or program registration should they join the Y by September 8th. “This is a terrific opportunity to ‘dip your toe to test the water’ – for members and non members”, said Kate Russo, Senior Director of Membership Services. “Current members can try out so many classes for free that they may have been considering and non-members can check out our classes for the first time. We welcome everyone to come and see all that the Somerset Hills YMCA has to offer.”
To see the full schedule of Come Play at the Y classes click here. For more information, please contact Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Somerset Hills YMCA is a charitable community service organization, rooted in Christian values and dedicated to helping all people grow in spirit, mind and body. We are guided by our core principles of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.
More About Somerset Hills YMCA
Established in 1951, the Somerset Hills YMCA serves more than 19,000 county residents and offers more than 200 programs for children, adults and families. Programs include day care, school aged child care, summer camps, corporate programs, special family activities and a variety of community service programs including Career Forum and the Special Olympics. Membership is required. The YMCA can work with families through its "Strong Kids" financial assistance program to make membership affordable.
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