Anyone Can Tri Triathlon FAQ’s 2018

FAQ’s 24th Annual Anyone Can Tri Outdoor Triathlon in Memory of Chris Gleason & Kids Can Tri Too Overall Race information Parking: Event parking is at Kidzlodge Early Learning Center, the Southern Saratoga YMCA and across the street at the Chamber Offices (The Brick Tavern).  Please do not park at The Bentley. Packet Pick-up: Packet

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How to Become a Lifeguard

Lifeguarding is a fun and extremely rewarding job. As a guard, you’re an important and admired member of your community. You have the power to save a life and educate our youth on the importance of water safety. Why become a lifeguard? Lifeguards are an integral part of the aquatics community. As a guard, you’ll

Y Happenings

Looking for things to do with your family this weekend? Or are you looking for a night out and a fun activity for your kids? We have all of that! Here is whats going on this weekend across our association: Thursday, March 30th Zumbathon – Greene County Help us Reach our Goal! The Greene County

Meet the Romeos

Every Wednesday a group of seven men ranging in ages between 61 and 78 have breakfast together at a local diner. These dashing young men have named their group the ROMEOs, or ‘Retired Old Men Eat Out’. They have dined at various places around the area but consistently gather at Gibby’s Diner which is only

Member Spotlight: Meet Russ

Russ has been a member of the YMCA since the 90’s, when the Y first started! Originally, he joined because of a new karate program and he wanted to be involved with teaching kids karate. Russ has been active his whole life and enjoys working out; however, he continues to come back to the Southern

Never Give Up, Carin Cummings’ Weight Loss Story

Meet Carin By Anna Tailleur In August of 2014, at age 36, Carin Cummings weighed 425 pounds and could barely walk a few yards before needing to stop and rest. Now 38 and 178 pounds, Carin sits at a picnic table outside the Glenville YMCA and recounts her “out of control” weight gain and her ultimate

Summer Camp Week 3

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Independence Day

The Capital District YMCA is grateful for those who had the vision for our country, and all those who continue to protect our freedom today.

Josephine Reeder Promoted to Wellness Director

Please join me in congratulating Josephine Reeder on her promotion to Wellness Director for the Greenbush Area branch. Josephine joined our Greenbush team in September of 2014 and quickly became a leader in our personal training and wellness programs.  She worked closely with Allison Reinhardt and Nancy Gildersleeve on pilot programs such as Growing Up