Welcome to the Jamestown Area YMCA

ABOUT US

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

To put Christian principles into practice through programs that focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, also by enriching the lives of all people in spirit, mind, and body.

 

YMCA OF THE USA

 Visit the YMCA OF THE USA visit ymca.net

Together, the nation’s more than 2,400 YMCAs are the largest not-for-profit community service organizations in America, working to meet the health and social service needs of 17.9 million men, women and children in 10,000 communities in the USA. Y’s are for people of all faiths, races, abilities, ages and incomes. No one is turned away for inability to pay. YMCAs’ strength is in the people they bring together.

Because all communities have different needs, all YMCAs are different. A YMCA in your community may offer child care or teen leadership clubs. A Y in the next town may have swimming lessons or drawing classes. Every Y makes its own decisions on what programs to offer and how to operate.

YMCAs stretch beyond the United States. YMCAs are at work in more than 120 countries around the world, serving more than 30 million people. About 230 U.S. YMCAs maintain relationships with YMCAs in other countries. So the YMCA really does build strong kids, strong families and strong communities worldwide.

A.W.A.Y. PROGRAM (ALWAYS WELCOME AT THE Y)

This reciprocal membership program allows Jamestown Area YMCA Members to use facilities at other participating YMCA’s across the country free or for a nominal fee (at the discretion of the visited YMCA) when they are traveling with family or on out of town business. Inquire at the Welcome Center for more information and an A.W.A.Y. card.

 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Financial assistance is available based on financial need. Request a scholarship form at the welcome desk. An annual Partner With Youth Fund Drive is held to raise money for membership subsidies. We look forward to, and appreciate, your support.

 

AGE REQUIREMENTS

All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult in the building unless participating in a youth program. Teens and youth not permitted to loiter in building. Please note the following minimum age requirements for unsupervised activities for members:

Open Swim (between swim lessons): Any age
Open Swim (other times): 12 years old
Open Gym: 12 years old
 Matrix/Cardio: 10 yrs. old (with fitness appt. and adult supervision)
Free Weight Room: 15 years old
Group Exercise Class: 14 years old
Lap Swim: 12 years old
Track: 12 years old
Sauna/Steam Room: 13 years old
Blood Pressure Machine: 16 years old

 

Credit/Refund Policy

Program credits or refunds are issued when a class is canceled or the schedule is changed. When events beyond our control, such as weather, cause cancellation of a class, no refund, credit or make-up class is guaranteed. Membership dues paid in full are not refundable or transferable.

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Joelle Washer, President Lisa Andalora Phillip Lombardo Doug Schutte
Len Barry, Vice President Len Barry Henry Mole' Christopher Smith
Holly Hannon, Vice President Kate Brown John Healy Chip Swanson
George Panebianco, Vice President Anne Dolce Peter Morgante Joelle Washer
Chip Swanson, Vice President Susan Drago Angelo Cimo Vacancy
Anne Dolce, Secretary Vacancy George Panebianco Vacancy
Christopher Smith, Treasurer Holly Hannon Mark Prechtl Vacancy
  J. Bryce Ireland Lyle Roof Vacancy

 

 

 BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

George Griffin, Jr. Gregory Smith
Jane Kidder Peter B. Sullivan
Michael Lyons, Chairman Roberta Thompson
Samuel P. Price, Jr.