New Equipment at Four of the Greater Valley YMCA Branches
Just in time for New Year’s resolutions, the Greater Valley YMCA has updated the fitness equipment at four of its branches, and additionally the Suburban North YMCA branch has undergone significant renovations. The Y knows that for many members of the community, our Wellness Centers are an important part of the holistic effort of a maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The refresh is part of an on-going effort to offer the best experience possible in each of the Lehigh Valley’s YMCA locations. “By refreshing our fitness equipment, members have new tools that can increase their ability to maintain a healthy lifestyle and better their quality of life. It’s not about the equipment – it’s about giving people the opportunity to be successful in reaching their wellness goals so they can remain strong family and community members,” shared Frank Frey, President and CEO.
Orientation sessions for the new equipment are available at all four locations. Check the Greater Valley YMCA’s website and each branch’s Facebook page for information on specific events and opportunities at: Bethlehem YMCA; Nazareth YMCA; Suburban North YMCA; YMCA of Easton Phillipsburg & Vicinity
YMCA of Easton, Phillipsburg & Vicinity (1225 West Lafayette Street, Easton)
Join Easton Mayor Sal Panto, Easton City Council Member Peter Melan, the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Main Street Easton team, and the members and volunteers of the YMCA of Easton, Phillipsburg & Vicinity at a ribbon cutting ceremony this Friday, January 8, 2016, at 10 AM. All are welcome and the press is encouraged to attend.
The Suburban North YMCA celebrated a ribbon cutting at noon on Sunday, December 27th. The equipment refresh is just a small part of a facility-wide renovation and rearrangement of space. Stop by and visit our new Russell T. and Joan G. Miller Wellness Center and try out the free weights in new location of the Linton Room. Our new Teen Center, Kids Corner, and Learning Center will all open soon.
Equipment was also refreshed at the Bethlehem YMCA (call 610-867-7588 or visit us at 430 East Broad Street, Bethlehem) and the Nazareth YMCA (call us at 610-759-3440 or visit us at 33 South Main Street, Nazareth).
The Y is a positive force in this community, working with our neighbors to strengthen us all. Together, we take on the challenges that shape our future. From tackling the achievement gap to teaching healthy habits for a lifetime to giving people the chance to strengthen our community through volunteering, everything the Y does is in service of building a better us. Visit your local YMCA today to learn how we can help you reach your goals for being a better you!