Entertainment Opinion: Downtown YMCA will be dearly missed

16:01  26 november  2020
16:01  26 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Downtown YMCA – 1315 Church St, Lynchburg, Virginia 24504 – rated 4.6 based on 49 reviews "The Downtown Y is an amazing place Now that the Y is open, all memberships will be reactivated on July 1st - there's nothing you need to do to reinstate your Y membership, we will take care of it for you.

Downtown YMCA – 40 W Long St, Columbus, Ohio 43215 – rated 4.6 based on 8 reviews "The pool has lanes so you can actually swim. Only our main wellness spaces will be open with new health and safety measures in place. While your Y may look different, the spirit of the Y remains the same.

It was a sad day indeed when it was announced that the downtown location of the Regina YMCA would be closing . I have been a member of the Y for more than 30 years, and my family and I have reaped the benefits of belonging to this wonderful organization; it has been a source of community, friendship, exercise and fun for us for many years and I wanted to convey our thanks and gratitude for this.

a sign on the side of a building: The downtown YMCA in Regina has closed its doors. © Provided by Leader Post The downtown YMCA in Regina has closed its doors.

A big “thank you” to all the great people who have been part of the downtown Y over the years — the many long-time employees, the volunteers who sat on boards and committees, volunteers who taught fitness classes, front desk staff who welcomed you by name — as well as the many members, young and old, who shared their enthusiasm for fitness and fun. I was fortunate to meet some of my best friends at the Y, it was a place where we could connect on a regular basis as well as get a good workout. My friend captured it well, “so many wonderful memories and friendships made, it wasn’t just a place to exercise, it was a social event.”

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Hello Downtown YMCA members, Our branch will be open from 12-5pm on Monday, November 2nd for anyone who would like to collect belongings that OPENING SOON! More information regarding our phased reopening plans and reopening date will be announced in the coming days! Stay Tuned!

Downtown YMCA – 602 2nd Ave N, Columbus, Mississippi 39701 – rated 4.7 based on 60 reviews "The Y has been a great place to plug in with the community. Downtown YMCA is proud to partner with Columbus Fire and Rescue!

My children were also saddened to hear about the closure of the downtown Y. They enjoyed taking swimming lessons there, craft classes and then as young adults, the fitness centre. They said that the Y was a cornerstone of their childhood, they had fond memories of spending Saturdays at the Y as a family — taking swimming lessons and then enjoying a burger and fries in the cafe, cooked by the wonderful family that ran the cafe for many years.

Besides being a place to work out, the Y also gave me the opportunity to meet so many interesting people, many that I probably would not have met otherwise. I loved going to place where you could interact with people of all ages, from babies going to daycare to octogenarians working out in the gym, all of us connected through this great community organization. I appreciated the diversity of people who frequented the downtown Y — business people, students, parents, retirees — as well as the diversity of athletic abilities and goals. I also had the privilege of meeting many new Canadians here, who shared that they found the Y to be a source of community and friendship in a new country.

We have so much gratitude for all the wonderful friendships and opportunities afforded throughout this wonderful organization. Thank you to all who made the downtown YMCA a great place; for my family, it truly achieved its goal of building “body, mind, spirit.”

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