Not only does Chuck have the joy of working out with his wife, Jean, every week; oftentimes, he’s the only gentleman in the Aqua Arthritis class. Chuck was already a Y-member when he was injured in a car accident.
While Stacy Olson’s Y story starts with her learning to swim at Sequoia YMCA as a child, it certainly doesn’t end there.
Jordan Sanchez, 17, is a Leader’s Aide at Sequoia YMCA Summer Camp program where he helps implement games and activities for the campers in a small group setting.
We often find it challenging to find that special feeling of “home”: a safe place where people know you, love you, encourage you, accept your weaknesses, and are willing to walk through life with you
The Y’s adult aquatic programs can help you learn the skills you need to become a confident swimmer -and start enjoying the benefits!
Playing in the pool on a hot summer’s day is a kid’s paradise! Kids don’t realize that as they swim, they are actually learning skills and valuable life lessons that help them achieve personal growth
Water safety should be practiced, emphasized, and understood by parents and children alike to keep summer free of accidents, unnecessary risks, and preventable deaths.
On June 8, people around the world will celebrate the YMCA’s historic 175th anniversary by volunteering 175 minutes of service to their communities.
Worried your child isn’t ready to head off to overnight camp? Think again!