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									F•A•L•L                                                                                                            We build strong kids,
2 •0 •0 •9                                                                                                              strong families,
                                                                                                                                 strong
                                                                                                                           communities.




             Introduction ..........................................2        Aquatics ...............................................14
             YMCA Policies ......................................4           Active Older Adults ...........................19
             Fitness.....................................................5   Adult/Facility Rentals .......................20
             Aerobics & Fitness ...............................7             Child Care............................................21
             Family Fun ............................................9        Membership.........................................22
             Early Childhood Enrichment...........10                         Thank You ...........................................23
             Youth Programs/Child Watch ..........12                         Staff & Board ......................................24
             Kid Fun ................................................13

43 Everett Street • Southbridge, MA • 508-765-5466 • www.tricommunityymca.org
Tri-Community YMCA…
            43 Everett Street           s Six-lane, 25-yard pool
       Southbridge, MA 01550            s Full-size gymnasium with 2 basketball courts
           Phone 508-765-5466           s Fitness Center
                                        (58 Cardiovascular Machines, 3 Cybex Arc Trainers, 2 Precor 746i Steppers, 4 Precor 546i Elliptical
             Fax 508-765-5894           Machines, 6 Lifefitness 9500hr Elliptical Cross Trainers, 2 Concept IID Rowing Ergometers,
                                        5 Lifefitness 9500hr Treadmills, 5 Lifefitness 9100 Treadmills, 3 Quinton Clubtrak Treadmills,
                                        3 Lifefitness 9500rhr Recumbant Bikes, 2 Lifefitness 9500hr Upright Bikes, 7 Schwinn Airdyne Bikes,
                                        20 Nautilus Nitro Machines, 2 Precor AMTs, 4 Octane Cross Trainers, 4 Expresso Virtual Reality Bikes, 5
    www.tricommunityymca.org            Cybex 750 Legacy Treatmills, 2 Star Trac Recumbant Bikes, Full service free weight area including
                                        Nautilus Cable Crossover Towers, Smith Machine, Squat Rack and Magnum leg press.)
                                        s Free weight area
                                        s 2 youth locker rooms & 2 adult locker rooms
                                        s Family/handicap accessible locker rooms
                                        s Adult steam rooms
                                        s Men’s health center & Women’s health center
                                        s Racquetball/handball/walleyball courts
                                        s Indoor climbing wall
                                        s 114-acre Camp Foskett
                                        s Day Care Center: Southbridge
                                        s After School Day Care: Southbridge
          … our Mission                 s Snow camps
                                        s Childwatch
                                        s Outdoor playground:
                                        available for use during non-program hours.
        The Tri-Community YMCA is
                                        s Interactive Youth Fitness Center

      dedicated to putting Christian
                                        Hours
                                        September 2009 - June 2010
             principles into practice   Monday-Thursday: 4:45 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
                                        Friday: 4:45 a.m. - 8:15 p.m.
                                        Business hours (M-Th): 5:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
             through programs and       Business hours (F): 5:30 a.m. - 8:15 p.m.
                                        Pool: 6:15 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. (M-Th); 6:15 a.m. - 8 p.m. (F)
         membership opportunities       Saturday: 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
                                        Sunday: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (9/13/09 - 5/23/10)

       that develop a healthy spirit,   Holiday & other closings
                                        Labor Day
              mind and body for all.    Thanksgiving Day
                                        Christmas Eve (2:00 p.m.) & Christmas Day
                                        New Year’s Eve (6:00 p.m.) & New Year’s Day
                                        Easter Sunday
                                        Memorial Day Weekend (5/29/10 & 5/31/10)
                                        Independence Day

                                        Please note that not all facilities are open during all hours.
                                        For exact pool and gym hours, see schedules at front desk.
                                        Locker rooms are open an additional 15 minutes after
                                        closing time.

                                        In case of inclement weather, listen to the following stations for
                                        building closings, program cancellations and delays:
2                                       WSRS, WTAG, WESO.
                                                                    Dear YMCA Friend,
                                         The Tri-Community YMCA has served the greater Tri-Community area in
                                     Massachusetts, as well as Northeast Connecticut since 1882. The YMCA has
                                     continually operated through world wars, the depresssion, as well as numerous
                                       recessions. During the current economic downturn, our volunteer Board and
                                       Staff have worked hard to keep our dynamic variety of membership and pro-
                                     gram opportunities affordable and accessible to all. Our membership rates are
                                      once again frozen for the current year. Now more than ever, you belong at the
                                      YMCA. I personally invite you and your family to tour our wonderful facilities;
         Edward Keefe                                   I am confident that you will be impressed.
         Executive Director                                              Sincerely,
                                                                     Edward G. Keefe,




     Welcome
                                                                    Executive Director




       to the Tri-Community YMCA
Statement of Nondiscrimination: “In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is pro-
hibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to
USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or 202-720-
6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”


s Hiring Requirements                             s Staff shall never leave a child unsuper-       regarding day-to-day activities and encour-
We have a comprehensive pre-employment            vised.                                           age parents to report or question any behav-
screening procedure that includes:                s Staff must use positive techniques of          ior or event their child may share that
s YMCA job application                            guidance, including redirection, positive        appears out of the ordinary.
s Minimum of 3 checked references                 reinforcement and encouragement rather           s Parents can visit, unannounced, any pro-
s Personal interview with YMCA supervisor         than competition, comparison and criti-          gram their child participates in.
s CORI/SORI checks                                cism. Staff will have age-appropriate
                                                  expectations and set up guidelines and
s Minimum age is 16
                                                  environments that minimize the need for
                                                                                                   s Racquetball Court Rules
                                                  discipline.                                      s Reservations for court time may be made
s Staff Certifications
  All staff are required to have current CPR,                                                      on the day of play by calling the YMCA
s                                                 s Staff respond to children with respect and
First Aid and AED certification                   consideration and treat all children equally,    front desk.
                                                                                                   s Reservations will only be accepted for
s Specialty staff (i.e. lifeguards) maintain      regardless of sex, race, religion or culture.
certs specific to their program area                                                               Tri-Community YMCA members. The
                                                  s Staff will serve as positive role models for   names of all players will be requested.
                                                  youth by performing duties with respect, loy-    s Members will be limited to one 60-
s Staff Training                                  alty, patience, courtesy, tact and maturity.
All staff are required to successfully complete                                                    minute time period reservation per day.
a program-specific orientation focusing on                                                         s If players reserving the courts are not in
                                                  s Staff may not be alone with children they
discipline, supervision, policies, procedures,    meet in YMCA programs outside of the             the court 10 minutes after the start of time
YMCA Staff Code of Conduct and child              YMCA. This includes babysitting, sleepovers      period, then the court is available to the
abuse prevention.                                 and inviting children to your home. Any          next two players to sign at the front desk
                                                  exceptions require a written explanation         s Non-members may not reserve the
s YMCA Staff Policies                             before the fact and are subject to administra-   courts; however, they may play with a
s In order to protect YMCA staff, volunteers      tor approval.                                    member after paying the daily guest fee.
and program participants, the YMCA recom-                                                          s Players under the age of 13 must be with
mends that at no time during a YMCA pro-          s Staff are not to transport children in their
                                                                                                   a parent or legal guardian.
gram may a staff person be alone with a sin-      own vehicles. Any exceptions require super-
gle child where they cannot be observed by        visor approval.
others.                                           s Staff communicate frequently with parents                                                  3
  Policies           s Card Identification
                     We ask that you swipe your card at the Member
                                                                            s Locker Rooms
                                                                            Mens/Womens: for high school age & older.
                     Service Desk on your arrival. Presentation of          Boys/Girls: for youth under high school age.
                     your card will be required for use of the facility.    Health Center: Health Center members only.
                     s Parking                                              No one under 18 allowed. A parent with an
                     The driveway up to the front of the building must      opposite sex child should use the Family
                     not be used as a pick-up or drop-off area. This        Changing Room. A mother with a daughter
                     area is strictly reserved. Please do not park in the   and a father with a son may also use the
                     handicap spaces or the fire lane. We strongly urge     girls or boys locker rooms. YMCA members
                     all parents with children under the age of 13 to       and program participants are responsible
                     take a moment and park in the appropriate desig-       for securing their lockers with their own
                     nated area and escort their child(ren) to their pro-   locks. Lockers are day lockers only. People
                     gram area or class. The YMCA is not responsible        should not leave locks on overnight.
                     for the children until they arrive for class.          s Financial Assistance
Glenn Juchno         s Payment                                              The Y believes in providing the opportunity
    Associate        Membership may be paid annually (in full), by          to join for those who may not be able to
Executive Director   Bank Draft or by using our payment plan. Bank          afford yearly dues. Limited funds are avail-
                                                                            able to subsidize membership. Applications
                     Draft is available to all new and existing mem-
                                                                            are available at the front desk.
                     bers. By filling out a brief form, this will author-   s Guest Pass Policy
                     ize the Tri-Community YMCA to make monthly             Members ages 18 and older may purchase
                     withdrawals from either your Statement Savings         guest passes for non-members. Members are
                     Account or your Checking Account. With our             required to be with their non-member guests
                     payment plan, the first payment is due upon            while they are using the YMCA facility.
                     registration; subsequent payments in 30-day            Members may purchase a maximum of two (2)
                     increments over 3 consecutive months.                  guest passes per day. Members are fully
                     Payment may be made by cash, check,                    responsible for the behavior of their guests
                     Mastercard, Visa, Discover, or American                while they are using the YMCA facility. Non-
                     Express. Membership payments must be made              members are strictly forbidden from purchasing
                     on time. All Membership payments past due              a guest pass without being the guest of a
                     30 days will result in termination. There is a         member age 18 and older. Guest passes are
                     one-time $50.00 processing fee. This fee is for        valid for the day of purchase only. Youth/Senior
                     ALL new members excluding youth and teen               Citizen $4; Teen/Adult $10 • Family $15.
                     memberships. This fee will also apply to all           s Membership Freeze Policy
                     members, excluding youth and teen who have             Members who are unable to use their mem-
                     let their membership lapse for 30 days or more.        bership due to medical reasons and/or
                     Fee is waived for paying in full. All Memberships      departure from the geographical area are
                     are NON-TRANSFERABLE.                                  allowed to apply to “freeze” their member-
                     s Session Registration                                 ship. This can be done only in 30-day incre-
                     Payment — Member cards must be present                 ments. Applications are available at the
                     and full payment must be made at the time of           member service desk and are subject to
                     registration. We accept cash, check,                   approval by the Membership Director.
                     Mastercard, Visa and American Express.                 s Program Credits and Refunds
                     Times — Available during business hours on             Refunds will only be made if the program or
                     the days listed. In person, mail or fax for mem-       class is canceled by the YMCA. See
                     bers. In person only for non-members. No               Session Registration for more information.
                     phone registrations. Confirmations for fax regis-      s Teen Facility Use
                     trations will not be sent.                             On all days, except Tuesdays, teens under 16
                     Make-up — Only for classes cancelled or post-          who are in the building without a parent/legal
                     poned by the YMCA.                                     guardian will be asked to leave the YMCA by
                     Credit — Only issued for individuals withdraw-         7:00pm. Teens who are in the building with a
                                                                            parent/legal guardian will have no restrictions
                     ing from classes at the discretion of the direc-
                                                                            on the times they are allowed to be in the
                     tor or when the Y cannot make up class. Credit         building. Teens who are enrolled in a YMCA pro-
                     slips must be presented at registration.               gram will be allowed to stay in the YMCA until
                     s Waitlist Policy                                      the program is over. All gym and pool sched-
                     If you or your child has been waitlisted for a         ules will be as posted.
                     class and the YMCA calls to put you or your child      s Youth Membership Guidelines
                     in that class, you will pay a prorated amount          Youth members are not allowed in the YMCA
                     based on the number of classes remaining. We           building unless he or she is participating in a
                     must hear from you within 24 hours after we            scheduled youth YMCA program or activitiy, or
                     have called you from the waitlist.                     is accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
 Fitness
John Zienowicz
 Fitness Director




                    Exercise your Options
                    High impact, low impact. Morning, evening. Cardiac program, personal training. Free weights, Nautilus, basket-
                    ball, racquetball. You want it, we’ve got it. Whether you’re into working out alone or as part of a team, the health
                    and fitness offerings at the Tri-Community YMCA meet the needs of just about everybody. All our fitness classes
                    are taught by certified instructors and include warm-up activity, flexibility exercises, strength exercise, cardiovascu-
                    lar endurance activity and cool down.


                                      Fitness Orientation
                                     Are you a new member or someone who needs a refresher? If so, schedule a free appointment
                                     with a Fitness Instructor in the Fitness Center. You will learn how to operate the equipment
                                    properly and safely. Contact John Zienowicz (508-765-5466 x116) or walk in to the Fitness
                                  Center to schedule an appointment.


                                            Fitness Center
                                             The Fitness Center offers 20 Nautilus Nitro machines as well as more than 50 pieces of
                                             cardio equipment and a full-service free weight area. Trained instructors will supervise
                                            the center during operational hours. We recommend that you attend a free orientation
                                        with a staff member in order to learn proper use of the equipment, basic exercise principles
                             and training benefits. Ages 13 and up only.


                         Family Fitness
                      These are special times for people ages 9-12 to accompany adult/teen members in the fitness center for a workout.
                     Each member ages 9-12 MUST be accompanied at all times by his/her parent or legal guardian. Members ages 9-12
                     may use the cardiovascular equipment only (treadmills, elliptical cross-trainers, rowers, steppers & bikes). Members
                       ages 9-12 are required to meet with Fitness Staff prior to using the equipment to learn how to safely operate the
                         equipment. FREE for YMCA members. Friday 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.; Saturday 1:00-4:00 p.m.; Sunday 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Fitness Center Rules

s BE CARING
Show courtesy to fellow
exercisers. Help out others
if they are having difficulty
with an exercise.

s BE HONEST
Follow the established
rules for all of the
equipment. Uphold the
30 minute time limit on all
cardiovascular machines.
No food allowed in the
fitness center. Ask for help
when needed.

s BE RESPECTFUL
Spray and wipe down all
equipment after use. If
performing multiple sets,
please invite others to
work in with you during         Fitness Evaluation
rest periods. Avoid the use     Why guess what your fitness level is when you can get the facts you need
of offensive language.          to be your best? Tests include: Resting blood pressure, body composition,
Properly use the                heart rate recovery test, muscle strength & endurance test, resting heart
                                rate, aerobic capacity test, flexibility test. You will receive a written report
cardiovascular sign-up
                                detailing your results. You will meet with John Zienowicz, who will explain
sheets.                         your results and your fitness program.
                                Free for YMCA members • Non-members $40.00
s BE RESPONSIBLE
Replace all weights,
equipment, magazines and
                                Personal Training ...........................................01113-01
                                Do you need to get to the next level? Let our trainers get “personal” with
racks to proper places          you and your workout. We are here for you and your goals. If this is of
when finished. Leave all        interest to you, please contact John Zienowicz at x116.
personal belongings locked      $25.00/hour • $110.00/5 hours
up in the locker rooms.         (your time can be used as a half-hour or full-hour appointments).
Please report any spills or
hazards to staff or             Body Composition
management. Sign up for         It is not how much you weigh that is important but rather how much
an orientation or ask a         percentage of body fat that is on your body. Schedule an appointment
staff member if unsure of       with John Zienowicz at x116 to learn your percentages. The method of
                                testing used will be the skinfold caliper. You will also find out where
how to use equipment.
                                you rank for your age, where you should be AND how to get there.
6                               YMCA member Free • Non-members $15.00
                                                          Aerobics & Fitness
s Interactive Youth Fitness Center                                                   s Step ‘til You Drop
The YFC is designed to be a fun, safe place for Y members 6-12                       A high-intensity step aerobics class for all levels. A heart-pumping
years old to come and get introducted to fitness by using our state-                 workout sure to make you step until you can’t step no more.
of-the-art gaming, virtual reality and strength training equipment.                  Wednesdays 9:00 - 10:00 a.m...................................01106-01
                                                                                     FREE/members; $48/non-member/session/class.
The YFC is fully staffed during the hours of operation. Children must
                                                                                     s H.E.A.T. (High Energy Athletic Training)
be registered for the YFC at the front desk prior to using the facility.
                                                                                     This class uses non-choreographed exercises to train athletes and
90 minute maximum per visit.                                                         non-athletes to perform better in sport and life. Class combines
Monday & Wednesday & Fri 4:30-6:00 p.m.; Sat. 9:30-11:30 a.m.                        plyometric & athletic drills, sports conditioning exercises, power and
s Core Power                                                                         strength training. All fitness levels are welcome. Come feel the HEAT.
Focus on the abdominals, obliques, and spinal stabilizers by using                   Tuesdays 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. .......................................01103-01
stability balls, bands, and weights.                                                 Thursdays 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.......................................01103-03
M 10:15-10:45 a.m....................................................01123-01        FREE/members; $48/non-member/session/class.
YMCA Members FREE/$31/non-member drop in w/sign up.                                  s 20/20/20 ................................................01101-01
                                                                                     This class has it all! 20 minutes of cardio to get your heart
s Butts & Gutts
                                                                                     pumping, followed by 20 minutes of strength training for lean,
Target and tone legs, hips, and glutes while also strengthening core
                                                                                     strong muscles. Rounding out the workout will be 20 minutes of
muscles, including lower back and obliques.                                          core training to strengthen the abs and back. This is a Beginner/
W 6:15-7:00 p.m........................................................01108-01      Intermediate level class that uses steps, weights, resistance tubing,
F 9:00-9:45 a.m. ........................................................01108-02    and exercise balls. A great total body workout. Tuesdays 6 - 7 p.m.
YMCA Members FREE/$36 non-member/session.                                            FREE/members; $48/non-member/session/class
s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program                                                     s Cardio Challenge
In conjunction with Harrington Memorial Hospital, this medically                     Come Saturdays and challenge yourself with a mix of cardio
supervised program for people with cardiovascular problems                           options. A mix up of any and all classes offered. Sure to be
                                                                                     different every week. Start your weekend off right and challenge
consists of exercise testing, classes, and health education. Program
                                                                                     yourself in Cardio Challenge!
meets 3 days a week and is supervised by a qualified physician
                                                                                     Saturdays 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. ........................................01116-01
and registered nurses. For more information, call: 765-9771, ext.                             FREE/members; $48/non-member/session/class
     2695. M,W,F 6:00-8:00 a.m. Participant must be a Y member.                                s Cardio Boot Camp.......................01117-01
                                                                                    NEW!
s Body Blast ..............................................01102-01                        A fun mix of cardio, agility drills, balance, strength training, abs
A non-choreographed class utilizing steps, weights, and other                        and kickboxing. Basic Boot Camp exercises are fun for all levels of
devices to blast your body. Come feel the burn in Body Blast.                        fitness. Welcome to basic training. Wednesdays 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Beginner/Advanced. Mondays 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.                                         FREE/members; $48/non-member/session/class.
FREE/members • $48/non-member/session/class.                                                s Strength in Numbers ......................01119-01
                                                                                  NEW! Group strength training class. Use weights and body bars in a
s Cardio Kick
                                                                                     group exercise setting to a heart pounding beat to achieve maxi-
Enter the world of kicks and punches. This class utilizes movement                   mum pumpitude! Beginner to pro, come and find out why strength
& techniques from boxing & martial arts. Intermediate/Advanced.                      training is the most beneficial overall form of exercise.
Mondays 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. .........................................01107-01           Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
FREE/members; $48/non-member/session/class.                                          FREE/members; $48/non-member/session/class.


      All fitness classes can accommodate various levels — please see instructor first. No children allowed on fitness equipment or in the gym during
               aerobic classes. As always, proper footwear is recommended. Non-participants are not allowed in the gym during aerobic classes.


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        For all yoga classes, please do not eat heavily for 90 minutes before class. Please bring a yoga mat to class.




s Adult Yoga
Regular yoga practice increases strength, flexibility, joint
mobility, balance, and concentration. Yoga has been
medically proven to reduce stress and enhance
recovery. Learn yogic breathing exercises, postures,
and sun & moon salutations. Participants are
encouraged to work at their individual comfort level.
Tuesday 10:15-11:30 a.m. ....................01111-02
Wednesday 7:15-8:30 p.m. ...................01111-03
Thursday 10:15-11:30 a.m....................01111-04
YMCA Members $75.00; Non-members $100.00

s Flow Yoga .............................01113-01
Students should be in good physical condition for this
physically demanding class. Not recommended for
those recovering from injuries. Seeking meditation in
movement, we will flow with the breath from one pose
to the next, building heat in the body as we strengthen
and stretch our way through a total yoga workout.
Expect plenty of sun salutations, moon salutations and
innovative posture flows. No yoga experience necessary.
Please bring a yoga mat. Monday 7:15 - 8:30 p.m.
YMCA Members $75.00; Non-members $100.00                         s Massage Therapy
                                                                 Massage therapy is a well known and respected form
                                                                 of muscle relaxation that has evolved into a science
                                                                 that has expanded into such fields as physical therapy,
                                                                 athletic training, sports medicine and chiropractic
                                                                 medicine, to name a few. Sessions can be as general
                                                                 as a complete head to toe for overall relaxation, to
                                                                 specific problem areas. Massage therapy is a common
                                                                 treatment plan for such things as chronic headaches,
                                                                 low back pain, injury rehabilitation and combatting
                                                                 flexibility loss. We offer several different types of
                                                                 massage, including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports and
                                                                 Therapeutic. For available times and dates, make an
                                                                 appointment through the front desk.
                                                                 30 minutes - $30/members; $40/non-members
                                                                 60 minutes - $50/members; $60/non-members
8                                                                90 minutes - $80/members; $90/non-members
 Family fun
                 s Family Swim                               s Friday Family Fun
                 The family that swims together has fun      Special family times in the gym on Fridays
                 together! Parents must accompany            at the YMCA. Pre-school equipment, bats,
                 children 5 years and under in the water.    hockey sticks, kick balls, and the gymnas-
                 Parents do not need to be in water for      tic rings will be taken out each Friday for
                 children 6 years and above; however, they   families to enjoy. Join our Friday night
                 must remain in the building.                staff person for games and fun.
                 M 6:00-7:00 p.m.; W 6:00-7:00 p.m.;         Gym: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Rip Pellaton     F 6:00-8:15 p.m.; Sa 1:00-3:00 p.m.;        Cost: Members/Free; Others $15/family
Youth & Family   Su 1:00-3:00 p.m.
   Director      Cost: Members/Free; Others $15/family       s Movie Night Drop Off.....08F1-07201-01
                                                             September 25th, 6:00-9:00 p.m. Moms and
                 s Family Fitness                            Dads can drop off the kids for an exciting
                 These are special times for members         movie event and snack time. We’ll even
                 ages 9-12 to use the fitness center for     have some gym time to wind down our
                                                             evening. Children under 6 must have a
                 a workout. Each member ages 9-12
                                                             parent with them.
                 MUST be accompanied by his/her              Cost: Members/Free; Others $15/family
                 parent or legal guardian. Members
                 ages 9-12 may use the cardiovascular        s Halloween Celebration
                 equipment only (treadmills, elliptical      ................................................08F1-07201-02
                 cross-trainers, rowers, steppers &          October 23rd, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Please
                 bikes). Members ages 9-12 are               join us for a guided spooky walk, costume
                 required to meet with Fitness Staff prior   contest, Halloween games, and even candy.
                                                             Don’t miss what is sure to be an amazing
                 to using the equipment to learn how to      event.
                 safely operate the equipment.               Cost: Members/Free; Others $15/family
                 Free for YMCA members.
                 Friday 6:00-8:00 p.m.;                      s Parents Night Out ............08F2-07201-03
                 Saturday 1:00-4:00 p.m.;                    November 20th, 6:00-10:00 p.m. Moms
                 Sunday 12:00-4:00 p.m.                      and Dads, don’t wait until the last minute to
                                                             go Christmas shopping this year. Take some
                                                             time to enjoy a nice dinner together without
                                                             the children. Drop your school-aged children
                                                             (ages 7-13) off at the YMCA for a fun-filled
                                                             evening of events. We’ll have swimming,
                                                             gym time, Rockwall climbing, and then wind
                                                             down with a movie and some popcorn.
                                                             Cost: Members/Free; Others $15/family

                                                             s Holiday Cookie Decorating ....08F2-07201-04
                                                             December 18th, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Join us at
                                                             the YMCA for a fun evening of holiday music
                                                             and crafts while we decorate different types
                                                             of holiday cookies.
                                                             Cost: Members/Free; Others $15/family


                                                                 All monthly programs require
                                                               pre-registration at the front desk.                      9
                                  Early Childhood Enrichment
                                                     program
                                  The YMCA continues to provide enrichment classes that may be of
                                  interest to you or your child. These classes are designed to promote
                                  learning through the joy of discovery. Children will be constantly thinking, exploring, experiencing, learning
                                  and testing new skills. Classes are developmentally and age appropriate. Activities in our program classes
      Melissa                     foster children’s emotional, social, physical, and cognitive skills. They are supported and shaped by the
     Majewski                     Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks Guidelines for Preschool Curriculum Experiences. If you are inter-
  Early Childhood                 ested in reviewing these guidelines, please contact Melissa Majewski at 508-765-5466. In order to make
    Enrichment                    it more convenient for our participants, we will be offering several consecutive classes that compliment
    Coordinator                   each other. Please reference to graph on the next page.


                                                                                         s P.H.E.A.T.
                             Terrific Toddlers                                           Ages 4 & 5. All children want to take after their parents. Now they can by
s Toddler Time for Two’s                                                                 taking our preschool H.E.A.T. class. Children will develop locomotion
Ages 2 & 3. Let toddlers discover the joy of learning. Your little one will make         skills, coordination, rhythm, and listening skills by using athletic drills and
new friends, sing songs, listen to stories, build and use the sensory table.             age-appropriate exercises.
Mondays 9:00-9:30 a.m. .......................................................07501-01   Thursdays 10:15-10:45 a.m. .................................................07604-01
Tuesdays 9:30-10:00 a.m......................................................07501-02    Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member
Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member                                                         s Mini-Movers
s Wiggle, Giggle, & Sing                                                                 Ages 4 & 5. This is a great class for getting your preschooler up and mov-
Ages 18-36 months. Children and parents will enjoy a half-hour of fun-                   ing. In this class the children will participate in various activities that start
filled music and movement. Children will master new skills and concepts                  teaching healthy exercise habits in a fun and safe environment. Activities
which will include communication, imitation, and following directions.                   will include parachute games, soccer, tag games, and animal movements.
Mondays 9:30-10:00 a.m......................................................07502-01     Tuesdays 10:15-10:45 a.m....................................................07605-01
Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member                                                         Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member

s Shape My World With Color                                                              s Creating Constructions
Ages 2 & 3. Explore, experience, and create through a variety of basic art               Ages 4 & 5. Do you enjoy building things with Legos, blocks, cubes and
materials. Learn colors and shapes at your own pace. A new shape and                     other building toys? In this class we will work with our hands to create
color will be focused on each week.                                                      new and interesting structures. We will learn about the tools people use
Tuesdays 9:00-9:30 a.m........................................................07503-01   to make different kinds of structures. We will also learn how to be safe
Wednesdays 11:15-11:45 a.m. .............................................07503-02        while using these tools.
Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member                                                         Tuesdays 11:30-12:00 p.m....................................................07606-01
                                                                                         Wednesdays 9:30-10:00 a.m. ...............................................07606-02
                   Programs for Preschoolers                                             Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member

s Story Stretchers                                                                       s Investigation Station
Ages 4 & 5. Come and share a book with me. We’ll read it together and                    Ages 4 & 5. What’s that noise? What does that feel like? What happens
you will see how we can stretch the story through art. We’ll have lots of                when I do this? Come let your inquistive child get all their questions (or
fun from the start.                                                                      most of them) answered during our Investigation Station time. We will
Mondays 11:45-12:15 p.m....................................................07601-01      discover through science activities.
Thursdays 11:15-11:45 a.m. .................................................07601-02     Wednesdays 9:00-9:30 a.m...................................................07607-01
Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member                                                         Thursdays 9:30-10:00 a.m. ...................................................07607-02
                                                                                         Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member
s ALPHABETivities
Ages 4 & 5. This class will provide reinforcement of pre-reading skills                  s Mini Munchers
such as letter identification and phonological awareness through songs,                  Ages 2-5. Bring a bag lunch and we will learn about eating healthy,
games, stories, and art. Get ready for alphabet bingo, letter puppets, and               manners, and other benefits of having a healthy body. We will discover
alphabet twister.                                                                        together how making good choices about food and how exercise keeps
Mondays 11:15-11:45 a.m....................................................07602-01      our bodies healthy. We will be using different concepts each week. Dress
Thursdays 9:00-9:30 a.m. .....................................................07602-02   comfortably.
Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member                                                         Wednesdays 12:00-12:30 p.m. .............................................07608-01
                                                                                         Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member
s Gooey Gourmets
Ages 4 & 5. Food always tastes better when you make it yourself. We will                 s Princess Dance I .............................................03408
measure, mix, and munch our creations. We will complete a cookbook                       A fabulous first dance class for preschoolers! Using the magic of
with your favorite recipes to share with your families and friends.                      princesses and fairies, this ballet-based class develops coordination,
Tuesdays 12:00-12:30 p.m....................................................07603-01     strength, self-control, creativity, and muscularlity. We dance, sing, and use
Cost: $10/Member; $25/Non-Member                                                         our imagination as we explore the many ways to move our bodies. Dress

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                                                 Early Childhood Activity Chart
  Time                Monday                        Tuesday                        Wednesday                          Thursday                             Friday
    9:00              Toddler Time           Shape my world with Colors            Investigation Station              ALPHABETivities
    9:15
    9:30         Wiggle, Giggle, & Song              Toddler Time                  Creating Construction           Investigation Station
    9:45            Creative Dance I
   10:00           Nemo’s Playground                 Swim Classes                   Nemo’s Playground                                                    Swim Classes
   10:15                                              Mini Movers                                                      P.H.E.A.T. Class
   10:30                                             Swim Classes                                                      Swim Classes                      Swim Classes
   10:45            Creative Dance II
   11:00             Swim Classes                    Swim Classes                     Swim Classes                     Swim Classes                      Swim Classes
   11:15            ALPHABETivities                                                  Shape My World                   Story Stretchers
   11:30                                        Creating Construction
   11:45            Story Stretchers
   12:00                                           Gooey Gourmets                     Mini Munchers
   12:15
   12:30
   12:45
    1:00
    1:15
    1:30                                             Swim Classes                                                                                        Swim Classes

code: leotard, tights, ballet slippers, hair pulled back off face. Skirt/tutu              s Five Little Pumpkins.......................................07701-02
optional. Must be at least 3 years old to participate.                                     Ages 3 - 6 with parent. This month we’ll be carving pumpkins, making
Monday 9:45-10:30 a.m. Cost: Members $35; Others $80                                       something sweet and reading spooky (but not too spooky) stories.
s Princess Dance II ............................................03409                      Wednesday, October 14, 2009 .........................................7:00-8:00 p.m.
A continuation of the concepts introduced in Princess Dance I, this dance
class explores more complex movements in a creative and fun atmos-                                                       Freaky Fridays
phere. Along with ballet steps, we focus on coordination, balance, use of
space, rhythm, and memory to continue our journey through favorite sto-                    As the days get shorter and colder, come join us for Friday night work-
ries. Dress code: leotard, tights, ballet slippers, hair pulled back off face.             shops. A family swim follows these workshops until 8:00 p.m. Each work-
Skirt/tutu optional. Minimum age: 4.                                                       shop is one hour long. Space is limited. Please register at the front desk.
Monday 10:45-11:30 a.m. Cost: Members $35; Others $75
s Nemo’s Playground                                                                        s Let’s Talk Turkey.............................................07801-01
Open swim time for parents with children 5 and under. This is a special                    Ages 3 - 6 with parent. Join in the turkey fun! Gobble, gobble goes the
time for preschoolers to have fun in the pool with their parents/guardian.                 turkey. We will be singing, eating, and creating turkeys that you can share
No need to worry about being swamped by older children. Children must                      with the whole family.
be accompanied by an adult while in the pool at all times.                                 Friday, November 13, 2009 ..............................................7:00-8:00 p.m.
Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00-11:00 a.m.                                               s The Spirit of Giving........................................07801-02
Cost: Members FREE; Others $15/family/day                                                  Ages 3 - 6 with parent. How special it is to receive something homemade
                                                                                           from a child. We will be creating a special gift for the special people in
                         Wacky Wednesdays                                                  your child’s life. Dress comfortable and get ready to wiggle. We will be
Our Wednesday night workshops are designed for parent and child to                         learning the importance of giving to one another.
have quality time together. Each month a themed-based activity will be                     Friday, December 11, 2009 ..............................................7:00-8:00 p.m.
offered following family swim time. Each workshop is one hour long.
Space is limited. Please register at the front desk. Cost: $5/Member;
$15/Non-Member
s Apple Days ......................................................07701-01
Ages 3 - 6 with parent. Come join us and make homemade applesauce,
apple crafts, and stories.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 ....................................7:00-8:00 p.m.

                                                                                                                                                                              11
Youth programs
s Rockwall                                                    s Youth Flag Football ...........03107
Come try our 20’ indoor rockwall — five different             Boys and Girls K-8th grade. You’re a YMCA Youth Super
climbs, from beginner to advanced. The wall is fun, chal-     Sport (an alternative to Pop Warner) when you play on a
lenging and a great workout for all ages.                     YMCA team. You’ll learn flag football skills like blocking
• Youth class times:                                          and passing the ball, plus other cool things like punting.
Tu 6:30-7:15 p.m. ....................03304-01                But that’s not all. You’ll get high-fives from lots of new
Fee: $36/member; $49/other                                    friends, find out more about how to stay strong and
• Open climbing times:
                                                              healthy and learn more about being the best “YOU” —
Tu 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.; Fri 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
                                                              on and off the field. Program runs for 6 weeks.
Fee: Free/Member; Non-member included in guest pass
                                                              • August 31 - Registration Available
s Youth Gymnastics                                            • September 18 - Registration Due
Ages 6+. This progressive program starts with the             • September 19 - First Game
basics of gymnastics, such as balance, coordination,          $30/member; $45/other
tumbling, stretching and safety and finishes with full rou-
tines on the floor and various apparatus.                     s Youth Basketball League .............03101
• Rollers: Beginner level. No basic gymnastic skill need-     This program helps children learn the fundamentals of
ed. Child must be able to walk in a straight line and         basketball, good sportsmanship, and most importantly,
jump with two feet.                                           to have fun. It includes clinics, weekly team practices
Tu 4:15-5:00 p.m. ....................03301-01                and ten games, team shirts, certificates and more.
$35/member; $75/other                                         Games are held on Saturday morning. For boys and
• Swingers: Advanced beginner level. Child should have        girls grades K-8. Ask at front desk for registration form
mastered all beginner skills and be able to do cartwheels,    after Oct. 31. Scholarships available. Coaches meeting
roundoffs and have some experience on equipment.              Nov. 19; Clinic Sat. Nov. 21; Nov. 28 - off.
Tu 3:30-4:15 p.m. ....................03302-01                Games begin December 5.
$35/member; $75/other                                         Fee: $35/member; $52/other




                                                                         Child watch
                       Special things happen here.
                      At the Tri-Community YMCA, we belive that the best way to ensure a healthy spirit,
                       mind and body is to be involved in a variety of healthful activities. Our camps and
                       other special events foster a sense of community and belonging. Our unique pro-
                      grams allow participants to learn more about each other — and themselves — in
                      different and exciting ways.
s Child Watch                                                 card at the front desk in increments of either $5 or $10. We
Welcome to our Child Watch services. We are open for your     keep our prices low at $1.50/hr/child, making it possible for
convenience Monday through Saturday mornings. Hours are       you to enjoy our beautiful Fitness Center facility. There is a 2
M - F 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.; Saturdays are 7:45 a.m. -       hour time limit for use of the services. Children ages 3
12:00 p.m. Our evening hours are Monday through Thursday      months - 10 years are welcome. No charge for YMCA Family
nights, 4:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. You must purchase a punch       Memberships
                                                               Kid Fun
                                                               s Vacation Fun Club
                                                               December 28, 29, 30, & 31

                                                               Grades K-8
                                                               Join us for one day or a whole week of fun. The YMCA
                                                               will provide daily activities and 2 trips this week. Watch
                                                               the front desk for a detailed flyer. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
                                                               Fee: $20/day/member; $30/day/others
                                                               Extended care available for additional fees.
                                                               6:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

                                                               s Fun and Fitness
                                                               Children in grades K-8 can participate in this afternoon
                                                               activity consisting of swim time, games in the gym,
                                                               rockwall, arts and crafts, and snacks. All of this is
                                                               supervised by quality YMCA staff. Southbridge stu-
                                                               dents will be bussed from their schools, but any child
                                                               can attend the program. Registration available the
                                                               week of August 24th. Program start October 2009.
                                                               Tu & Th 3:00-6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .03401-01
                                                               Fee: $12/day/non-members



s Rentals                                                        Camp Foskett
Rent the YMCA Camp Foskett facility for your family or
business parties. Rentals are available Saturdays or             For Boys & Girls Ages 5-14
Sundays June through September.
Included with your rental:                                       Busing: Pickups in
• Use of waterfront beach             Contact Us:                Southbridge, Sturbridge,
• Bathhouse                     Consider the Tri-Community       Charlton, Holland,
• Ball fields                                                    Webster, Dudley,
• Pavillion                YMCA Camp Foskett for your rental
• Basketball court                                               Spencer, Brookfield,
                            location. Reserve your date now!
• Outdoor grill                                                  East Brookfield
• Volleyball court         Call Rip at 508-765-5466 ext. 114
• Horseshoes                                                     *Children must have
                                   to reserve your 2009
• 2 Lifeguards                                                   completed kindergarten.
• Facility supervisor                  summer party.
                                                                 The YMCA is the pre-
                                                                 mier camping organiza-
For an additional cost, the YMCA will provide instruc-
                                                                 tion in the world. At
tors in the following areas: boating, project adventure,
                                                                 Camp Foskett we are
archery, and games.
                                                                 proud of our camping
                                                                 program. A look at our
s Snow Day Fun Club ........................04305-01             extensive list of activities will tell you why: swim-
Grades K-8. When Southbridge Schools are canceled                ming, sports, archery, project adventure and outdoor
due to snow, the Y provides a safe, supervised, fun-             skills. These action-packed recreational activities
filled day of activity for children. Registration forms          and more are offered on our wooded 114 acre
available at the front desk 10/15/09.                            campsite. Mon - Fri, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM.
Fee: $20/day/Member; $30/day/Other                                                                                       13
Aquatics
 Shirley Payne
 Aquatics Director




                     Pool Rules
                     • A shower is required before swimming (State Law)
                                               • No one allowed in the pool with a communicable disease (State Law)
                                               • Regular bathing suits required, no cut-offs or thongs.
                                               • Lifeguard rules must be obeyed at all times.
                                               • No running on the pool deck or in hallways to locker rooms.
                                               • No diving allowed in shallow end of the pool.
                                               • Blocks are ONLY to be used by swim teams under supervision.
                                               • No glass containers of any kind permitted in pool area or locker rooms.
                                               • No food or drink allowed in pool, water in plastic bottles is permitted.
                                               • No chewing gum or candy while swimming or in the pool area.
                                               • No playing or hanging on shallow lane divider or lane lines.
                                               • Children under age 6 must be accompanied by an adult in the water.
                                         • Children wearing bubbles will be permitted in the deep end with their
                                                parents at the discretion of the lifeguard.
                                           • No toys, fish mats, noodles, balls allowed in the deep end.
                                            • Enter the water facing forward, no back flips.
                                             • Abusive language will not be tolerated.
                                              • No holding onto other people while swimming.
                                               • Swimmers not complying with the lifeguard rules will be given a time out
                                                  and if necessary, asked to leave.
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Many people consider our six-lane, 25-yard pool to be the heart of the Tri-Community YMCA. Our extensive aquatics program has
earned an excellent reputation. We offer introductory swimming classes for absolute beginners, serious competition for advanced
swimmers and everything in between.




s American Red Cross                                               We use aqua jogger belts in the deep end, weights,
Lifeguard Course (LG)                                              noodles, bar bells, kick boards, resistance bands and
Ages 15+.                                                          the water’s resistance for a good workout. You do not
Become a certified Red Cross Lifeguard. Course includes            need to sign up for any water exercise classes if you
first aid, CPR for the professional rescuer and waterfront life-   are a member. If you are brand new to our water exer-
guarding, AED and Preventing Disease Transmission.                 cise class, we would ask you to fill out a health
Cost: $215/Member; $245/Other.                                     screening form, so we are better able to serve you.
Course must be paid for in full by the first class unless prior    Free/Member; $40/8 week session.
arrangements have been made with the aquatic director. If
after successfully completing the lifeguard class, you work        M 8:45-9:45 a.m. .......................................02101-01
for the YMCA, half of the fees will be reimbursed after work-      M 6:00-7:00 p.m. .......................................02101-02
ing a regular 6-month shift. Additional modules available:         T 8:45-9:45 a.m. ........................................02101-03
AED, Oxygen Administration, Preventing Disease Transmis-           W 8:45-9:45 a.m. .......................................02101-04
sion. There will be an additional cost for these modules.          W 2:00-3:00 p.m. .......................................02101-05
Fees/Dates: TBA                                                    W 6:00-7:00 p.m. .......................................02101-06
                                                                   Th 8:45-9:45 a.m. ......................................02101-07
s Lifeguarding Instructor Course (LGI)                             F 8:45-9:45 a.m. ........................................02101-08
Age 17+. Become certified to be a Red Cross
Lifeguarding Instructor. Must successfully complete pre-
course session.                                                    s Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program
Fee/Dates: TBA                                                     The Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program was co-devel-
                                                                   oped at the YMCA of USA in 1983 and is reviewed and
Water Exercise Classes                                             revised as necessary every three to five years. Although
Our water exercise programs are perfect for anyone                 the classes are held in the water, swimming ability is not
                                                                   necessary to participate in the program. The exercises
looking for a low-impact workout. Because we empha-                include range of motion, muscle strengthening exercises,
size flexibility, relaxation and muscle strength, they are         socialization activities and an optional moderate-intensity
ideal for those with back injuries or joint weakness.              aerobic component.
Great for pregnant women too! (Get your doctor’s okay              Free/Member; $40/Other
first.) You do not have to be a swimmer to participate.            M 1:30-2:30 p.m. .......................................02104-01
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                                      Preschool Swim Classes
A healthy life begins with a healthy childhood.
                                                           s Swim Only                                                   RAY
                                                           $30/Member; $72/Other                                         Combined with Starfish
                                                                                                                         (ratio 6:1)
                                                           PIKE (ratio 6:1)
                                                                                                                         T 11:00-11:30 a.m. ......02207-01
                                                           M 11:00-11:30 a.m......02205-01
                                                                                                                         T 1:30-2:00 p.m. ..........02207-02
                                                           T 10:30-11:00 a.m. ......02205-02                             T 6:30-7:00 p.m. ..........02207-03
                                                           T 1:30-2:00 p.m. ..........02205-03                           T 7:00-7:30 p.m. ..........02207-04
                                                           T 3:45-4:15 p.m. ..........02205-04                           Th 6:30-7:00 p.m. ........02207-05
                                                           T 6:00-6:30..................02205-05                         Th 7:00-7:30 p.m. ........02207-06
                                                           T 6:30-7:00..................02205-06                         F 10:30-11:00 a.m. ......02207-07
                                                                                                                         F 1:30-2:00 p.m. ..........02207-08
                                                           T 7:00-7:30..................02205-07
                                                                                                                         F 5:30-6:00 p.m. ..........02207-09
                                                           W 11:00-11:30 a.m......02205-08
                                                                                                                         Sa 10:45-11:15 a.m.....02207-10
                                                           Th 10:30-11:00 a.m. ....02205-09                              STARFISH
                                                           Th 3:45-4:15 p.m. ........02205-10                            Combined with Ray
                                                           Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. ........02205-11                            (ratio 6:1)
                                                           Th 6:30-7:00 p.m. ........02205-12                            T 11:00-11:30 a.m. ......02208-01
                                                                                                                         T 1:30-2:00 p.m. ..........02208-02
s Pre-School                                               Th 7:00-7:30 p.m. ........02205-13
                                                                                                                         T 6:30-7:00 p.m. ..........02208-03
Ages 3-Kindergarten                                        F 10:00-10:30 a.m. ......02205-14
                                                                                                                         T 7:00-7:30 p.m. ..........02208-04
Once a week for 8 weeks                                    F 1:30-2:00 p.m. ..........02205-15
• PIKE: Beginner — non-swimmer —                                                                                         Th 6:30-7:00 p.m. ........02208-05
has no previous instructional swim.
                                                           F 5:00-5:30 p.m. ..........02205-16                           Th 7:00-7:30 p.m. ........02208-06
• EEL: Can swim the width of the                           Sa 10:45-11:15 a.m.....02205-17                               F 10:30-11:00 a.m. ......02208-07
pool on their front and back with                                                                                        F 1:30-2:00 p.m. ..........02208-08
flotation device.                                                                                                        F 5:30-6:00 p.m. ..........02208-09
• RAY: Can swim the width of the                           EEL (ratio 6:1)
pool on back and front without a                           M 11:00-11:30 a.m......02206-01                               Sa 10:45-11:15 a.m.....02208-1
flotation device.                                          T 10:30-11:00 a.m. ......02206-02                             s Swim Classes SKIP
• STARFISH: Can swim 2x width on                                                                                         SHRIMP/KIPPER/INIA/PERCH
front with basic rotary breathing and                      T 11:00-11:30 a.m. ......02206-03
                                                                                                                         (Pool ratio daytime 15:2, nighttime 12:1)
swim on their back with basic elemen-                      T 1:30-2:00 p.m. ..........02206-04
tary arm stroke, no flotation device.                                                                                    Ages 6 - 36 months
                                                           T 4:30-5:00 p.m. ..........02206-05                           $28/Member; $68/Other
   Parents do not go in the water with
their child; however, we require a safe-                   T 6:30-7:00 p.m. ..........02206-06                           Parent and child will be focusing
ty parent for each level on either side                    T 7:00-7:30 p.m. ..........02206-07                           on water adjustment with empha-
of the pool, to reinforce pool rules,
                                                           W 11:00-11:30 a.m......02206-08                               sis on fun. One adult per child in
make sure the children are holding
onto the wall and to be a bathroom                         Th 10:30-11:00 a.m. ....02206-09                              water. For sanitary reasons, no reg-
parent. Please no parents with young                       Th 4:30-5:00 p.m. ........02206-10                            ular diapers allowed in the pool.
children as the safety parent.                                                                                           Children must wear tight fitting rub-
   Please no children in the adult
                                                           Th 6:30-7:00 p.m. ........02206-11
                                                           Th 7:00-7:30 p.m. ........02206-12                            ber pants or swim diapers under
locker rooms; mother and daughter
in the girls locker room only; father                                                                                    their bathing suit.
                                                           F 10:00-10:30 a.m. ......02206-13
and son in the boys locker room only                                                                                     Tu 10:00-10:30 a.m. ....02601-01
or use the family changing room.                           F 10:30-11:00 a.m. ......02206-14
                                                                                                                         Tu 6:00-6:30 p.m. ........02601-02
Preschool Private Lessons                                  F 1:30-2:00 p.m. ..........02206-15                           Th 11:00-11:30 a.m. ....02601-03
Eight 1/2-hour lessons                                     F 5:00-5:30 p.m. ..........02206-16
Wed 1:30-2 p.m.; Th 10-10:30 a.m.;                                                                                       Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. ........02601-04
Th 1:30-2:00 p.m.                                          F 5:30-6:00 p.m. ..........02206-17                           F 11:00-11:30 a.m. ......02601-05
$60/member; $90/other                                      Sa 10:45-11:15 a.m.....02206-18                               S 11:15-11:45 a.m. .....02601-06

16    Class make up policy: We are unable to provide make up classes for days in which participants are unable to attend their classes due to colds, doctors appointments, etc.
                                          Youth Swim Classes
                                              if they did not pass, they should sign up       W 4:30-5:10 p.m. ..............02212-04
                                              for Guppy I.                                    Th 4:30-5:10 p.m. .............02212-05
                                              • MINNOW: Can dive in the deep end              Th 6:45-7:25 p.m. .............02212-06
                                              with or without assistance, swim the            F 6:00-6:40 p.m. ...............02212-07
                                              length of the pool with at least half being     Sa 10:00-10:40 a.m..........02212-08
                                              front crawl with basic rotary breathing.
                                              Swim all strokes 75 feet: front crawl,          MINNOW (Ratio 8:1)
                                              back crawl, breast stroke, elementary
                                                                                              M 5:15-5:55 p.m. ..............02213-01
                                              back stroke, and side stroke 45 feet.
                                                                                              T 4:30-5:10 p.m. ...............02213-02
                                              • FISH: Can float on their front for 3
                                              minutes, tread water for 1-1/2 minutes,         W 5:15-5:55 p.m. ..............02213-03
                                              swim 50 yards front crawl without stop-         Th 3:45-4:10 p.m. .............02213-04
                                              ping. Swim all strokes for 25 yards with        F 6:45-7:25 p.m. ...............02213-05
                                              good arm and leg positioning.
                                              • FLYING FISH: Can float on their front for 6   FISH (Ratio 8:1)
                                              minutes, tread water with a combination                    M 5:15-5:55 p.m.
FALL 2009                                     of kicks for 3 minutes, swim 75 yards                      .........................02215-01
s Youth Swim Classes                          front crawl without stopping. Swim all                     T 5:15-5:55 p.m.
Ages 6 and up                                 strokes for 50 yards, crawl with good                      .........................02215-02
Once a week for 8 weeks                       rotary breathing, back crawl with roll, and                W 5:15-5:55 p.m.02215-03
Fee: $36/Member; $82/Other                    bent arm and open turns. Breast stroke,         Th 5:15-5:55 p.m. .............02215-04
Our year round progressive swim               elementary back stroke and side stroke          F 6:45-7:25 p.m. ...............02215-05
classes were developed by the                 with obvious glide and coordinated.             Sa 9:15-9:55 a.m..............02215-06
National YMCA Aquatic Program. We             • SHARK: Can float with clothes on. Can
teach the fundamentals of swimming            swim all strokes for 100 yards, front crawl     FLY FISH
to children ages 6 and older and chal-        with bilateral breathing, back crawl with       Combined with Shark
lenge each swimmer to move through            roll and bent arm, elementary back stroke       (Ratio 8:1)
the levels at his/her own pace (It is         and breast stroke with glides, side stroke
                                                                                              M 5:15-5:55 p.m. ..............02217-01
not unusual for a child to repeat the         on alternating sides. Butterfly kick for 25
                                                                                              T 5:15-5:55 p.m. ...............02217-02
same level a number of times). To             yards with fins, 15 yards without.
                                                                                              W 5:15-5:55 p.m. ..............02217-03
help you place your child in our youth
swim program, below are some guide-           **If you are unsure of your child’s ability     Th 5:15-5:55 p.m. .............02217-04
lines for each level.                         and sign up for a class, on the first day       Sa 9:15-9:55 a.m..............02217-05
• POLLIWOG: Beginner level. No swimming       they will be evaluated and may need to
skills necessary. If a child has been         move to a different class depending on          SHARK
swimming in the preschool level at Pike       their ability.                                  Combined with
or Eel and have turned 6 and                                                                  Flying Fish
not passed, they should sign                    POLLIWOG (Ratio 6:1)                          (Ratio 8:1)
up for this level.                              M 4:30-5:10 p.m. ...........02210-01          M 5:15-5:55
• GUPPY I: Is not afraid to                     T 4:30-5:10 p.m. ............02210-02         p.m...................................02218-01
put their face in the water,                    W 4:30-5:10 p.m. ...........02210-03          T 5:15-5:55 p.m. ...............02218-02
can jump into deep water                        Th 3:45-4:25 p.m. ..........02210-04          W 5:15-5:55 p.m. ..............02218-03
without assistance. They are beginning        F 5:15-5:55 p.m. ...............02210-05        Th 5:15-5:55 p.m. .............02218-04
to learn all strokes at the basic level:      Sa 10:00-10:40 a.m..........02210-06            Sa 9:15-9:55 p.m..............02218-05
front crawl, back crawl, side stroke,
breast stroke, elementary back stroke.        GUPPY I (Ratio 8:1)                             Private lessons for youth, either one on
If a child has been swimming in the pre-      M 4:30-5:10 p.m. ..............02211-01         one or in a small group are available on
school level at Ray and has turned 6, if      T 3:45-4:25 p.m ................02211-02        Tuesday and Thursday 5:15-5:55 p.m.
they passed they should sign up for           T 6:00-6:40 p.m. ...............02211-03        (8) 40 min. lesson $70/member;
Guppy I, if they did not pass, they
                                              W 4:30-5:10 p.m. ..............02211-04         $100/other
should sign up for Polliwog.
• GUPPY II: Is not afraid of the water, can   Th 4:30-5:10 p.m. .............02211-05
swim the length of the pool with at least     Th 6:00-6:40 p.m. .............02211-06
half of it on their front. Can swim all       F 6:00-6:40 p.m. ...............02211-07
strokes at the basic level for 60 feet:       Sa 10:00-10:40 a.m..........02211-08
front crawl, back crawl, breast stroke,
elementary back stroke. If a child has        GUPPY II (Ratio 8:1)
been swimming in the preschool level at       M 4:30-5:10 p.m. ..............02212-01
Starfish and has turned 6, if they            T 3:45-4:25 p.m ................02212-02
passed, they should sign up for Guppy II,     T 6:45-7:25 p.m. ...............02212-03                                                    17
                                    s Open Lap Swimming Time                    work on. Contact Shirley to set up
 SWIM TEAM                          Lap swimming times are at all times         your time and get pricing.
 (May join either Torpedoes or      during the day. Please check the pool
 Torpedoes-in-Training.
 Contact Molly for details.)
                                    schedule at the front desk. Lap swim-       s YMCA Adapted Aquatics
                                    mers must be 13 years of age or older.      Every Sunday (12:00-1:00 p.m.) from
 s Torpedoes-in-Training            Circle swimming will be utilized at all     September to May, the pool is devot-
 Ages 6 and up.                     times during lap swim. This is so we        ed to free swim, exercise and fun for
 Tues & Thurs 5:00-6:00 p.m.        can accommodate more lap swimmers           people with disabilities. Medical
 This is for children who think     and keep all swimmers safe. Circle          form, parent consent form and infor-
 they might like to swim on the     swimming does not limit your strokes
 swim team someday. We will                                                     mation sheet must be completed
 work on endurance, stroke
                                    or speed (or lack of speed). Look for       and returned to the YMCA before
 improvement and team work.         swimmers of equal ability in the pool       joining the program. (Available from
 Swim meets are available.          and join their lane. Circle swimming is     Shirley Payne - Aquatics Director).
 Prereq: 25 yards front crawl       to swim down on the right side and          Pool is shared with lap swim.
 with rotary breathing. 2 week      swim back on the right side. Just           Cost: No charge.
 free trial period. Members only    remember to stay right. If there are two
 s Torpedoes                        people, you may swim side by side, but      s Family Swims
 Ages 8-18.                         remember if more people come in, you        Family swims are open to members
 Swim Team offers speed             may have to circle. At the times when       and will be offered every day of the
 training, endurance and com-       there is only lap swim in the pool, we      week during the 8 week sessions
 petitions. The team competes       will have two lanes set aside for leisure   (There will be a schedule posted of
 all over New England.              lap. Leisure lap is for those who can’t     the times). Family swims are general-
 Newcomers must swim 2 laps         swim in the deep end, need help, or
 of crawl with rotary breathing.                                                ly shared with another activity, i.e.
                                    are walking. Please check at the front      lap swim or water exercise. Children
 See Molly or Jackie for practice
                                    desk for the current lap swim schedule,     under the age of 6 MUST have a
 times and prices.
                                    as it does change.                          parent in the water with them and be
 s Masters Swim Team                                                            within arms reach of each other. If
 Masters Swim Team is for peo-      s High School & Adult                       your child cannot stand in the shal-
 ple 19 years of age and above
 who would like to train in the
                                    Learn to Swim                               low end with their head above water,
 pool. We have set up practices;    This is for adults and high school          they will be required to wear a red
 we go to swim meets (option-       students who want to learn how to           wristband and a life jacket. Children
 al). There will be an organiza-    swim or want to improve their skills.       age 6 and older do not have to have
 tional meeting in September.       Our swim instructor will work with          a parent in the water with them; how-
 Practice times will be set then.   just you or with a small group of           ever, the parent must remain in the
 There will be a coach available
                                    other adults on what you want to            building.
 to work on strokes at practice.
 Our meet season is from
 September to April. Any ques-
 tions, contact Molly.

 s Tri-Y Seals
 Special Olympics
 From age 8.
 This is for youths/adults with
 disabilities. Practice is three
 times a week with certified
 Special Olympics coaches.
 Team size is limited. For more
 information, contact Shirley
 Payne. Tri-Y Seals compete in
 local events and attend Boston
 Summer Olympic games. Must
 be a YMCA member.

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 Tues & Thurs 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Active Older Adults
                s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program                                 NEW!       s Babyboomers Bootcamp
                In conjunction with Harrington Memorial                                This is a basic training class. It con-
                Hospital, this medically supervised pro-                             sists of plyometrics, body resistance
                gram for people with cardiovascular prob-                            training, and more. If you’re looking for
                lems consists of exercise testing, class-                            a challenge, this class is for you.
                es, and health education. Program                                    Tuesdays 6:00-7:00 p.m.. . . 01127-01
                meets 3 days a week and is supervised                                $32/non-member/8 weeks
                by a qualified physician and registered                              $4/class on drop-in basis
Sue Casine      nurses. For more information, call: 765-
 Recreation     9771, ext. 2695. M,W,F 6:00-8:00 a.m.                                s Fit After 50
  Director                                                                           An energetic, fun class for
                    Participant must be a YMCA member.
                                                                                     individuals 50+ years old. This class
              NEW!      s Body Works for 50+
                                                                                     includes balance, core flexibility, and
                  This fun class consists of Pilates, and
                                                                                     cardiovascular training. Mats, chairs,
                core training.
                                                                                     bands, weights, and balls are used for
                Tu & Th 9:00-10:00 a.m. . . . . 01126-01                             this fun and challenging class.
                Free for YMCA Members;                                               Monday 9:00-10:00 a.m. . . . . . . 01109-01
                $4/class Non-members                                                 Wednesday 9:00-10:00 a.m. . . . 01109-02
                s SilverSneakers® I - Muscular                                       Friday 9:00-10:00 a.m. . . . . . . . 01109-03
                Strength & Range of Movement                                         Free for YMCA members.
                Have fun and move to the music through                               $32/non-member/8-weeks/class.
                a variety of exercises designed to                                   $4/class on drop-in basis.
                increase muscular strength, range of
                movement and activity for daily living                               s A Step Ahead Walking Program
                                                                                     Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:15 - 11:15
                skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing
                                                                                     a.m. We will meet, stretch and walk. No
                with handles, and a ball are offered for                             one left behind. You will receive exercise
                resistance, and a chair is used for seat-                            and nutritional information. Come enjoy
                ed and/or standing support. Monday,                                  the great outdoors. September &
                Wednesday and Friday 10:30-11:15 a.m.                                October - weather permitting.



                     s Active Older Adults Special Events

                     September 16th - Take me out to the Ballgame Party. Join us at 11:30 a.m. for a lunch that’s sure to hit a home run.
                     Special guest speaker. Free to YMCA members, $4.00 for guests.

                     October 6th - Trip to Wright’s Mill Farm to see spectacular foliage and enjoy a bountiful October feast with the “Oompah
                     Band.” Fee: TBA.

                     November 4th. 11:30 a.m. Pizza Party with a special magical guest. Free to YMCA members, $4.00 for guests.

                     December 16th - 11:30 a.m.. Come celebrate the Holidays with friends. Enjoy an excellent meal, holiday music and a
                     chance to win some prizes. Free to Y members, $4.00 for guests.

                     Sign up for all events at the front desk.
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                       Adult/Facility Rentals
s Rent our Pool,                      Pool/Wall Fees:
Gym or Rockwall                       Up to 15 people
Come have your child’s birthday       $145 mem/$160 others;
party at the YMCA. Our new            Up to 25 people
party planner will make sure          $155 mem/$170 others.
your party is a blast for your
child and easy on you. Your           Room only $35/hr
party will consist of 1 hour in       Gym, rockwall and pool parties
the party room and 1 hour at          are open to members and non-
your themed party. You can            members. Contact Shirley
choose from 4 different               Payne for pool rentals, Sue
themes: a supersport gym              Casine for gym, rockwall rentals
party, a preschool gym party, a       and supersports rentals.
pool party, a rockwall party.
Your party coordinator will help      s Cub Scouts, Brownies,
your party run smoothly from          Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts
start to finish. The Y will pro-      Come to the YMCA and earn
vide table, chairs, balloons, invi-   your swimming badge. The
tations, and a t-shirt for the        YMCA aquatic staff will teach
birthday child. You are responsi-     you all you need to know. For
ble for decorations and food if       more information, contact
you choose.                           Shirley at ext. 113.

Gym/Wall/Supersport:                  s Men’s Basketball League
Sa - Gym - 3:00-4:00 p.m.             03201-01
     Room - 4:00-5:00 p.m.            Adults 18+. Register your
Su - Gym - 3:00-4:00 p.m.             team to play in our men’s bas-
     Room - 4:00-5:00 p.m.            ketball league on Thursday
                                      nights.
Pool times will be:                   Oct. 30: Rosters due
Sa 12:00-1:00 p.m.                    Nov. 12: Games begin               Adult AED Certifications.
   Room - 1:00-2:00 p.m.              $40/member;                        CPR: 9/17 or 11/12
Sa 3:00-4:00 p.m.                     $70/non-member;                    at 5:30 p.m.
   Room - 4:00-5:00 p.m.              $210/team fee                      1st Aid: 10/15 or 12/3
Su 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.              Individual fees must be paid by    at 5:30 p.m.
   Room - 12:00-1:00 p.m.             1st game or a $25 late fee will    Fee: $40/class
Su 3:00-4:00 p.m.                     be charged
   Room - 4:00-5:00 p.m.
                                                                         s CPR Recertification
Gym Fees: $135/member;                s CPR/1st Aid Classes              If your certification from last
$150/others
                                      The YMCA offers American Red       year has not expired, you can
                                      Cross standard 1st Aid and         take a recertification class.
                                      Adult, Infant, Child CPR and       9/10 at 5:30 p.m.
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Child Care
Mary Ann
 Ingle
Child Care
 Director




             s Group Child Care                                sizes, continuity of care and flexibility in sched-
             This NAEYC accredited program provides full       ule. Parents have the ability to choose from a
             day early education and care for infants,         variety of settings and locations to best meet
             toddlers and preschool age children. Our          their child’s and the family’s needs. Each
             program has a special emphasis on making          provider is licensed by the Department of Early
             children feel “at home” by providing a sup-       Education and Care and visited by a YMCA
             portive, nurturing environment. The daily         home visitor on a regular basis.
             schedule provides a developmentally appro-        Call 508-765-0222 for more information.
             priate curriculum presented through opportu-
             nities for exploration and hands-on learning
                                                               s After-School Child Care
                                                               Our after-school program bridges the gap
             of school readiness skills. Our preschool         between school and home for children of
             classrooms are proud recipients of the            working parents. Providing a safe, supportive
             Universal Preschool Grant. This additional        atmosphere, special efforts are made to
             funding has given us the opportunity to pro-      develop programs tailored to meet each indi-
             vide enrichment and other programmatic            vidual child’s needs.
             opportunities for our preschoolers to maxi-       • Southbridge: at the YMCA
             mize all areas of their development.
             Hours of operation: Full Year, 6:45-5:30 p.m.     s YMCA Child Care rates:
             Located at 111 Marcy Street, Southbridge          All child care fees are based on the
                                                               Department of Early Childhood and Care
             508-765-0222
                                                               sliding fee scale. Subsidies are available
                                                               through the Department of Early Education
             s Family Child Care                               and Care, Community Partnership for
             The YMCA operates a family child care system      Children Grant and The United Way. Please
             of approximately thirty providers. Family child   call 508-765-0222 for more information
             care has many benefits including small group      and eligibility.                           21
 Membership       s Annual Membership Rates
                                                                                                   Price: September - Dec. 31, 2009

                                                                                                               PAID                   PYMT           MO. BANK
                  CATEGORY                                                                                  IN FULL                   PLAN              DRAFT
                  Preschool ..............................................................$88............$83............$22.00 ...............N/A
                    6 months - 5 yrs old
                  Youth.....................................................................$88............$83............$22.00 ...............N/A
                    6-12 yrs old
                  Teen ....................................................................$144..........$137............$36.00 ...............N/A
                    13-17 yrs old
     Sue Guerin   Young Adult .........................................................$352..........$334............$88.00 ..........$29.33
     Membership     18-22 yrs old
      Director    Adult ...................................................................$440..........$418..........$110.00 ..........$36.67
                    23-64 yrs old
                  Couples ...............................................................$792..........$752..........$198.00 ..........$66.00
                    two adults
                  2 Adult Family .....................................................$827..........$786..........$206.75 ..........$68.92
                    two adults plus children through 22 w/valid proof of
                                                                       college enrollment
                  1 Adult Family .....................................................$502..........$477..........$125.50 ..........$41.83
                    one adult plus children through 22 w/valid proof of
                                                                      college enrollment
                  Senior Adult.........................................................$374..........$355............$93.50 ..........$31.17
                    65 yrs and above
                  Senior Couple ......................................................$673..........$639..........$168.25 ..........$56.08
                    only one must be 65 yrs old
                  Health Center Young Adult ...................................$496..........$471..........$124.00 ..........$41.33
                    one adult health center ages 18+
                  Health Center Adult .............................................$584..........$555..........$146.00 ..........$48.67
                    one adult health center ages 23+
                  Health Center Couples .......................................$1051..........$998..........$262.75 ..........$87.58
                    two adults, health center
                  Health Center Family..........................................$1110........$1055..........$277.50 ..........$92.50
                                                                                 proof of
                   two adults health center plus children through 22 w/valid enrollment
                                                                        college
                  Health Center Senior............................................$496..........$471..........$124.00 ..........$41.33
                    one adult health center ages 65+
                  Health Center Senior Couples...............................$893..........$848..........$223.25 ..........$74.42
                    two adult health center ages 65+
                  Health Center One Adult Family............................$638..........$606..........$151.50 ..........$53.17
                                                                       w/valid proof of
                   one adult health center plus children through 22 college enrollment
                  Payroll deductions available with some local companies — see front desk for details. Payment may be made by cash, check, MasterCard, VISA or
                  American Express. There is a one-time $50.00 processing fee. This fee is for ALL new members excluding youth and teen memberships. This fee will also
                  apply to all members, excluding youth and teen who have let their membership lapse for 30 days or more. Membership payments must be made on time.
                  Past due 30 days will result in termination.


                  s 2009-2010 Program Schedule
                  Session                        FALL 1                  FALL 2*                  WINTER 1* WINTER 2                               WINTER 3
                  Member Registration            Aug 17, 18, 19          Oct 19, 20, 21           Dec 14, 15, 16          Feb 15, 16, 17           Apr 19, 20, 21
                  Non-Member Registration        Aug 20, 21, 22          Oct 22, 23, 24           Dec 17, 18, 19          Feb 18, 19, 20           Apr 22, 23, 24
                  Class Dates                    Sept 8-Oct. 31          Nov 2 - Dec 19           Jan 4 - Feb. 27         Mar 1 - May 1            May 3 - June 26
                  No Classes                     Sept 7                  Nov 26                   Feb 15 - 20             Apr 19 - 24              May 31


22                                                                                                                                                      * 7-week session
Did you know?
s Corporate Memberships:                                       s Membership Freeze Policy
The following companies offer memberships to their employ-     Members who are unable to use their membership due to
ees at a special corporate rate: Hyde Manufacturing,           medical reasons and/or departure from the geographical
Harrington Hospital, Incom, Southbridge Savings Bank, Schott   area are allowed to apply to “freeze” their membership. This
Fiber Optics, Radius Healthcare, and Dexter-Russell. Please    can be done only in 30 day increments. Applications are
check with the member service desk for the details on corpo-   available at the member service desk and are subject to
rate memberships.                                              approval of the Membership Director.


s Financial Assistance:                                        s Health Insurance Benefits
The Y believes in providing the opportunity to join to those   The Tri-Community YMCA works with you to receive reim-
who may not be able to afford yearly dues. Limited funds are   bursement from participating health insurance providers for
available to subsidize membership. Applications available at   your membership fees. We will provide any documentation
                                                               needed to assist in the reimbursement process. In addition,
the front desk.
                                                               the YMCA gives a 20% discount to Tufts members. All Tufts
                                                               members must present their health insurance card to receive
s Benefits Package                                             the discount. Fallon Senior Plan members receive a free
The Tri-Community YMCA is the perfect complement to your       membership to the YMCA. Fallon Senior Plan members must
company’s current employee benefits package. The Corporate     present their health insurance card and complete an enroll-
membership has been proven to benefit both the employees       ment packet to receive their complimentary membership.
as well as the employer. It can actually save your organiza-
tion money. It has been documented that companies who          s Military Benefits
offer fitness benefits have noticed:                           All active military members will receive a complimentary
• A decrease in their health care costs                        YMCA membership for themselves. They may apply this mem-
• Lower employee turnover and absenteeism                      bership towards an upgrade of any category. Valid military ID
• Increased employee productivity and morale                   is required. Deployed military members will receive a mem-
For more information, please contact Sue Guerin,               bership for their dependents during their period of deploy-
Membership Director.                                           ment. Deployment papers are required.




a special thank you…
Community Collaboratives
s   Southbridge School Department                              s   Lassie League
s   Burgess Elementary School/Sturbridge                       s   Special Olympics
s   Charlton Elementary School/Heritage School                 s   Boy Scouts of America
s   Grand Trunk Trailblazers                                   s   Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School
s   Little League                                              s   JC Penney
s   Southbridge Youth Soccer Association                       s   Harrington Memorial Hospital
s   Charlton Library                                           s   American Cancer Society
s   Southbridge Library                                        s   South Charlton Reservoir Association
s   Sturbridge Library                                         s   Southbridge Police Department
s   Navy Recruiting Station                                    s   Southbridge Community Partnership
s   Marine Recruiting Station                                  s   Downtown Partnership
s   Girl Scouts/Brownies                                       s   Tri-Community Chamber of Commerce
s   Red Cross                                                  s   United Way of Webster/Dudley
s   Child Care Connection                                      s   United Way of Southbridge, Sturbridge, Charlton
s   Fire Departments                                           s   Department of Children and Families
s   MSPCC                                                      s   O.C.C.S. - Office for Child Care Services             23
                                                                                             PRE-SORT
                                                                                             STANDARD
                                                                                            US POSTAGE
                                                                                                PAID
 Tri-Community YMCA                                                                       SOUTHBRIDGE, MA
    43 Everett Street                                                                       PERMIT #207
Southbridge, MA 01550                                                                       NON-PROFIT




        YMCA Professional Staff                                      YMCA Board of Directors
Edward G. Keefe                 Glenn Juchno                    s TERM EXPIRING 2009   s HONORARY MEMBERS
                                                                Mark Ashton            Joseph Athanas
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR              ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR    Vivian Brooks          Ronald Butler
                                                                Andrea Carlson         Joseph Coderre
                                                                Michael Crocker        Anthony M. Detarando
Mary Ann Ingle                                                  Sarah Hardy
                                Susan Casine                                           Hal Keller
ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR                                    Edwin Higgins          Judith W. McClurg
CHILD CARE SERVICES             RECREATION DIRECTOR             Jeff Tasse             William Meservey
                                                                George Vasil           James Nichols
                                                                Mark Wagner            Lloyd Pote
Catherine Keefe                 Susan Guerin                    Norman Weiner          John Szugda
                                                                Robert White           Dewey J. Tiberii D.M.D.
CHILD CARE DIRECTOR             MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR
                                                                s TERM EXPIRING 2010   Mary Ellen Tucker
                                                                Richard Bouvier        s YMCA OFFICERS
Maria Haddad                                                    Dolores Desroisers     Mark Ashton
INTAKE COORDINATOR              Rip Pellaton                    Paul DiGregorio        PRESIDENT
                                YOUTH & FAMILY DIRECTOR         Janet Farrell          Jeff Tasse
                                                                Frank Koumanelis       1ST VICE PRESIDENT
Carol Brodeur                                                   Stephen Mauro          Janet Farrell
SOCIAL SERVICE COORDINATOR                                      Donald Miller          2ND VICE PRESIDENT
                                Shirley Payne                   Atty. Brendan Murray   Atty. Robert G. Caprera
                                AQUATICS DIRECTOR               William Trifone        SECRETARY
Sharon McCullough                                                                      Paul DiGregorio
                                                                s TERM EXPIRING 2011
FAMILY CHILD CARE COORDINATOR                                   David Buffum           TREASURER
                                                                Atty. Robert Caprera   Steve Mauro
                                John Zienowicz                                         IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Joyce Varnum                                                    James Foyle
                                HEALTH & FITNESS DIRECTOR       Karen Gemboski         s TRUSTEES, CAPITAL
FINANCE DIRECTOR                                                David Keller           FACILITIES ENDOWMENT
                                                                Julie Morrill          Joseph Athanas
David B. Lamontagne             Susan Roman                     Alan Peppel            Joseph Coderre
                                                                Harry Wotton           Richard Hardy
BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT         HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATOR   Judith Zabinski        Hal Keller

								
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