Justine loves the new Lawrence Family Fitness Center and the state of the art fitness equipment which makes wearing a mask while working out comfortable and bearable.
Having The Y in Blue Hill has been a blessing for Lori and she’s grateful to feel comfortable and welcome at the Blue Hill YMCA.
Oakley has been a member of The Down East Family YMCA since she was born in 2010. For most of her young life, she has been a Y kid following in sister Fiona’s footsteps. Both sisters participate in swim team and the outside dryland training the team did last spring and summer. Fiona has been[…]
Sara became a Y member as a toddler, joining in playgroups from the age of three. At age five, she started soccer and gymnastics through The Y’s partnership with Springer’s. She has been active in YMCA programming ever since. The YMCA shutdown this spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic was hard for Sara. Coming to[…]
Taylor has been a member of The Down East Family YMCA since 2015. She attends fitness classes and has been doing personal training. When The Y shutdown this spring Taylor did home workouts and was able to remember some of the exercises that Wellness Director and Personal Trainer Robin Clarke had taught her and worked[…]
Fred and his wife Leslie joined The Down East Family YMCA when they first moved to the area in 2013. Moving to a new area and being retired, Fred knew that by joining The Y, he’d meet people. Fred and Leslie take part in the Active Older Adult class on Tuesdays and Thursdays and lift[…]
In some ways the YMCA pool has been our second home. Following in my husband’s footsteps, my children learned to swim at a very young age and then went on to be on the swim team until graduating from high school. Being somewhat afraid of the water (and not liking to be cold) I experienced[…]
The Y allows me to experience a sense of belonging that I don’t have anywhere else. I want other area youth to have the same opportunities that have been afforded to me through membership at The Y.
When the YMCA was shut down this spring, Brooks walked on Newbury Neck in his hometown of Surry but just felt it wasn’t the same. He missed his routine with The Y and volunteer opportunities filling his days.
The Y welcomed us back and did everything they could to make sure we are all back and back safely. The sense of community is amazing and the Y has shown tremendous strength through hardship this year.