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Your Guide to the CLEVELAND COUNTY family YMCA 1

Your Guide to the Y General Info


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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Childwatch After School camps aquatics Youth Sports

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HEALTHY LIVING Water Fitness Classes 16-17 Land Fitness Classes 18-20 20 ADULT SPORTS 21 Wellness


CERTIFICATIONs Certification Classes 22-23 SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY healthy community Events Support

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HOURS OF OPERATION Mon - Thurs 5:30 AM to 10:00 PM Fri 5:30 AM to 9:00 PM Sat 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Sun 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM Our pool closes 15 minutes prior to facility closing time each evening.

CHILDWATCH Mon - Fri 8:00 AM to 1:45 PM Mon - Fri 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM Sat 8:00 AM to 1:45 PM Sun 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM ADVENTURE CENTER Mon - Fri 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM Sat 8:00 AM to 1:45 PM Sun 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Extened Summer Hours Include Mon - Fri 8:00 AM to 1:45 PM


Joe E. Paslay, Jr. President and Chief Executive Officer Cleveland County Family YMCA

Dear Friends, I am so pleased you are part of the community we call the CLEVELAND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA! Thank you for your continued loyalty and support. Because of you, the Y is a community that is open to and enjoyed by everyone. Because of you, the Y truly is a family. Now is a great time to take advantage of the opportunities available to improve your health and well-being in spirit, mind and body. The Y is the perfect place to do just that! We are committed to being more than just a place to work out, rather we have three very important areas of focus: Youth Development, because young people need caring adults to provide support, guidance and encouragement as they grow.

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Healthy Living, because wellness in spirit, mind and body strengthens our very being and enhances our interactions with others. Social Responsibility, because we truly are in this together, and together we can harness our individual strengths and bring about positive change around us. This is your guide to the Y and the opportunities, resources, and programs that align our areas of focus with your needs and wants. Use this guide to take the next steps on your journey to well-being today! It is an honor to serve you and your fellow members as you pursue your goals of good personal health and well-being. The staff and volunteers of the Y appreciate you very much and look forward to seeing and getting to know you. Warm Regards,

If you have more questions that are not addressed in this guide, we are available to help! All prices and times in the guide are subject to change.


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We are available every day to ensure that our members and the greater community we serve have the resources and support they need to live better and healthier lives. We do this by encouraging good health and fostering connections through fitness, sports, fun and shared interests.

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The CLEVELAND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA is a community of men, women and children. We are committed to and offer programs, services and initiatives focused on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

The Y is accessible to ALL people, and financial assistance is offered to individuals and families who cannot afford memberships.


Your card is valuable and important. For the safety and security of everyone, we ask that all Y members present their membership cards when entering the facility. Please enter the facility through the main entrance and swipe your card electronically every time you enter the Y. If you forget your membership card, a photo ID, such as a driver’s license, is required for entrance. If you have lost your membership card, a member information center representative will be glad to issue you a replacement for a small fee.


We are open Monday through Thursday from 5:30 AM to 10:00 PM, Friday from 5:30 AM to 9:00 PM, Saturday from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM and Sunday from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The pool will close 15 minutes prior to the Y closing time.


If you have a question about hours, holidays or need to know if the Y is closed for an emergency or a snow day, visit our Facebook page or website at or for the most up-to-date information. Generally, we are closed New Year’s Day, Easter, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. We may have special hours on Memorial Day, Labor Day, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. 4

The Y is not a designated tornado shelter. In the event of severe weather during normal operating hours the staff recognizes that any shelter is preferred to no shelter and will allow members and visitors already on site to take refuge at their own risk.

In order to keep you and our staff safe we sometimes need to make the decision to close or close early. If the weather seems questionable or if Norman Public Schools have closed for inclement weather, please call before you make the drive to visit us in hazardous weather.


Animals, other than trained service animals assisting a person with a disability, are not permitted at the Y.

Individual Membership Any person at least 16 years of age.

As a member of the CLEVELAND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA you enjoy access to the facility and may participate in Y programs for free, or at a reduced rate. You also benefit from our helpful and knowledgeable staff.

Senior Citizen Membership Any person at least 62 years of age.

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Community Member Any person may enjoy the programs offered by the Y as a community member. Fees will apply to our sports and special interest programs as well as to limited use of the Y facility. To receive all the benefits of the Y, including full use of the facility and savings on programs and sports fees, ask about becoming a Y member.


Household Membership Any two adults living in the same household and the children under the age of 18 living in the same household. Children ages 18-23 may be included in the household membership if they are full-time students. A current class schedule must be provided. Additional adults may be added for $20 per month, per adult. Limit four adults per household. Add-on adults must present proof of address with the membership application.

Single-Adult Household Membership Any one adult and children under the age of 18 living in the same household. Children ages 18-23 may be included in the household membership if they are full-time students. A current class schedule must be provided.

Category Joining Fee Individual $69 Household $99 Single-Adult Household $99 Senior Individual $69 Student Individual $69 Senior/ Student Couple $99


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Senior Citizen Couple Membership Two adults living in the same household, one of which is 62 years of age or older. Student Membership Students at least 16 years of age, enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited college or high school. Must show student ID and a copy of a current class schedule. Student Couple Membership Two adults 18 years of age or older living in the same household, at least one of which is enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited college or high school. Must show student ID and a copy of a current class schedule.

METHOD OF PAYMENT Monthly Automatic Bank Withdrawal The easy way to enjoy a worry free Y membership is to pay as you go from your checking, savings or credit card account. The account of your choice is debited once per month on the 10th of each month. Manual cash, check and credit card payments are not available.

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Semi-Annual Dues may be paid in full upon joining and again in six months. Payment is accepted via cash, check or credit card. We accept MasterCard, VISA, Discover and American Express. Photo ID is required for payments by credit card or check. Annual Payment Dues may be paid in full upon joining and yearly thereafter. Payment is accepted via cash, check or credit card. We accept MasterCard, VISA, Discover and American Express. Photo ID required for payments by credit card or check.

Service Charge A $25 service charge is applied to all returned checks and returned drafts. Prices and fees are subject to change with a 30-day notice. 5

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Joining Fees

Basketball courts

Joining fees are applied to new memberships and all membership reinstatements that have been expired more than 60 days. Members who belonged to another Y may be eligible to have joining fees waived. A letter of good standing from the previous Y must be provided.

Our basketball courts are not available for guest use during the following times: Monday - Friday 5:30 AM to 7:30 AM; 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM; 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM.

REFUND POLICY Refunds are not given for membership fees or joining fees. Program fees will be refunded in two cases: major illness or if the Y cancels a program that a participant has already paid to attend.

CANCELLING MEMBERSHIP We want you to have an excellent experience at THE CLEVELAND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA. To help us serve you better, we ask that you speak with a staff member before you cancel your Y membership. If there is a problem, let our staff try to solve it. If you decide to cancel your membership, a Y cancellation notification form must be completed and signed 30 days prior to your next bank draft or the draft payment plan will continue.

AWAY DESIGNATION The AWAY (Always Welcome at YMCAs) designation on your membership card entitles you to visit participating Ys in other cities while you are traveling. Continue your workout at other Ys for minimal, or no fee. AWAY members may bring a guest to the CLEVELAND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA for $5. If you are a member of the CLEVELAND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA and would like to use your AWAY benefit at another location, check with that participating Y before bringing a guest. Each Y has different restrictions that may apply.

BRING A GUEST Please share your Y experience with your friends and family! Each member receives six free guest passes per year. Additional guest passes are available for purchase for $5 each. All guests must be accompanied by a member. Please limit two guests per member per visit. You must be at least 16 years old to bring a guest. Each guest may visit the Y up to three times before there is a $10 fee. We ask that guests 16 and older bring a current photo ID and fill out a guest information card. 6

LOCKERS For a worry free Y visit, we recommend you use a day-use locker to keep your items safe. Day-use lockers are available for all members and guests but you must bring your own lock and remove it at the end of each visit. Items left overnight will be placed in lost and found. In order to store your items at the Y between visits, you may rent a locker for $5.50 per month. Lockers may be reserved at the member information center. Whether using a day-use locker or a monthly rented locker, invest in a strong lock and always secure your belongings. We recommend that you not bring valuables into the facility, as the Y is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

LAUNDRY When storing your belongings at the Y using a rented locker, you may find it convenient to engage our laundry service to keep your workout attire clean. Laundry service is available for $5.50 per month. Our member information center staff will assist you in enrolling in laundry service and answer any questions you have.

YOUTH POLICY Children under 12 are required to be in a supervised Y program or accompanied by an adult ages 18 years or older while in the facility. Youth between the ages of 12 and 16 are allowed to be in the facility without adult supervision for a maximum of three hours per day.

CAFÉ Visit the café to refuel your body with healthy snacks, sandwiches, smoothies and drinks. The café also carries items available for purchase that will make your visit more convenient such as locks, headphones, swim goggles, swim caps and T-shirts.

We strive to ensure that you have a great experience at the Y every time you visit. Your feedback allows us to know that we’re meeting that standard. Please tell us what we’re doing well and how we can improve. Pick up a comment card at the member information center or complete an online comment card at


Stacy Bruce, Vice President of Operations

Paula Magarian, Vice President of Finance

Kendra Augustine, Membership Director

Matt Beal, Sports Coordinator

Kristie Dowdy, Executive Assistant

Tom Luxner, Maintenance Engineer

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Robert Rennie, Aquatics Director


Did you know that the Y is a not-for-profit that provides services to our community at a reduced rate? Did you know that through the Y you can make a tax-deductible donation that can pay for a child to learn to swim, participate in summer camp or allow a family that otherwise could not afford the Y to get healthy in a safe environment? Make a donation to the Y and help your community. Ask the member information center for details.

Stephanie Settle, Training and Staff Development

Traci Wells, Healthy Living Director

Crystal Wicker, HR and Risk Management Director

Rondel Youngblood, Youth Development Director 7

general info Code of conduct


The mission of the Cleveland County family YMCA is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

• Wearing inappropriate attire. Swimwear is only permitted in the pool area and is the only attire acceptable in the aquatic facilities. Please wear shoes, shorts and shirts or leotards in other areas of the facility. Clothing with vulgar or profane writing or pictures is not allowed. • Using angry or vulgar language, swearing, name calling or shouting. • Making physical contact with another person in an angry or threatening way.

These principles include honesty, responsibility, caring and respect. They are the basis for all we do as an organization. Using them as a guide, we have developed a code of conduct to ensure that all who enter our facility enjoy a safe, welcoming and comfortable environment.

• Engaging in sexual contact or activity. • Harassment or intimidation with words, gestures or body language. • Behavior which is threatening or offensive.

We ask individuals to act in a manner that upholds these principles at all times when they are in our facility or participating in programs. We expect those using the Y to behave in a way that shows respect and caring for others, which includes not using any language or engaging in any action that can hurt or frighten another person, or that falls below a generally accepted standard of conduct. The Y reserves the right to deny access or membership to any person who is or has been a registered sex offender or who has been accused or convicted of any crime involving sexual abuse. Members and guests are encouraged to be responsible for their personal well-being. Feel free to ask any person to refrain from any activity that threatens your comfort. If the situation needs additional assistance, Y staff are always available.



Actions not showing respect for others are not permitted. They include:

All reported incidents will be investigated. If it is determined that a violation of this code of conduct has occurred, suspension or termination of Y membership privileges as stated in Y policy may result.

• Stealing or behavior which results in destruction of property. • Carrying or concealing devices or objects which may be used as a weapon. • Using or possessing illegal chemicals or alcohol on Y property or in vehicles. • Smoking in any Y facility or on the Y grounds.


Ages 6 weeks - 5 years We recognize that exercising regularly is easier said than done when you have small children. For this reason we are proud to offer quality dropin child care. Childwatch is on site child care for children ages six weeks through five years. It is available to members and guests who are working out in the Y facility. Childwatch is a fun and safe place for children to play while caregivers enjoy the Y. Service is available during most fitness classes. Toys, games, playground area, videos and stories are provided.

Ages 5 - 12 years We provide a great place for grade school students to hang out in a supervised environment while caregivers are working out in the Y facility. Children age five through 12 years learn best through play and experiences, and we strive to offer variety in Adventure Center each day. Aquatic Fit ‘n Fun is also available at select times and includes water games and free swim in the pool.

Childwatch is available Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 1:45 PM and 4:00 to 8:00 PM, Saturday 8:00 AM to 1:45 PM and Sunday 1:00 to 5:00 PM. Childwatch is free to household and singleadult household membership types. Otherwise, Childwatch is available for $2 per hour for Y members and $3 per hour for community members. Childwatch is available for a maximum of two hours per child per day. Please show an ID when picking up your child from Childwatch. No food or snacks are allowed in Childwatch with the exception of bottle feeding. Our nursery follows DHS guidelines.

Please sign in children with Y staff for either program, and return to pick up children within two hours. Adventure Center is available Monday - Friday from 4:00 to 8:00 PM, Saturday from 8:00 AM to 1:45 PM and Sunday from 1:00 to 5:00 PM. On days that Norman Public Schools is not in session, such as spring break, school holidays and summer vacation, we offer extended Adventure Center hours to include Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM to 1:45 PM. Aquatic Fit ‘n Fun meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM and Sundays from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Children under 48” must wear a U.S. Coast Guard life jacket, which is provided. Adventure Center and Aquatic Fit n’ Fun are free to household and single-adult household membership types. Otherwise, both options are available for $2 per hour for Y members and $3 per hour for community members and guests visiting from Oklahoma City and other YMCA’s.

Youth Development Childcare


MOMMY & ME Ages 2 to 5 years A parent/child class that includes lots of fun and interaction, including creative movement and imaginative play. Visit the member information center or our website for a class schedule.


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Ages Pre-K - 8th Grade This adult-supervised, DHS-licensed program offers a safe and friendly atmosphere for kids age Pre-K through 8th grade after school until 6:00 PM. Prime Time emphasizes physical activity and creativity. While kids socialize, play games, read, do homework and play outdoors they build character and make friends. A nutritious snack is served each afternoon. Each child is transported from a Norman Public School to the Y either via the Norman Public School’s bus system or via Y transportation depending on the school. Because Norman Public Schools do not transport 4 year old children, pre-k participants in Prime Time must attend a school with transportation provided by the Y. Students who attend a private school need to check with the Y for bus availability. The Prime Time program corresponds with the NPS calendar and is not offered on snow days. School year, monthly and weekly participation is available.

Ages Pre-K - Kindergarten Pre-K-PLUS is a fun and unique, DHS-licensed after school experience for Pre-K or Kindergarten students who attend morning Pre-K or Kindergarten at a Norman Public School and participating Norman private schools. The curriculum combines state licensing regulations with the Y mission to offer children the highest quality of care. Y staff will foster social, emotional, physical and educational growth through art, swimming, indoor/outdoor games, story time, math and reading lessons. A hot lunch is provided as well as transportation from any Norman Public School and participating area private schools that have at least three enrolled students. Pre-K-PLUS follows the Norman Public School’s calendar.

Prime Time is $55 per week for members and $70 per week for community members. A $30 registration fee is required at enrollment. A bank draft can be set up for your convenience.

This program is $90 per week for Y members and $110 per week for community members. All registrants pay a $30 registration fee. Weekly registration is available and a bank draft can be set up for your convenience.

Pre-K-PLUS is available Monday - Friday from 10:30 AM to 6:00 PM. Kids registered in Pre-K-PLUS are combined with the Prime Time program at 3:00 PM.

ChildCare Notes If you are enrolling your child for a child care program, please remember that you must supply a new immunization record for each program in which your child is registered. There is a non-refundable $30 annual registration fee for each program. A $5 fee is assessed if you are late picking up your child, plus $1 for every minute after the pickup deadline of 6:00 PM. Pre-K PLUS, Prime time and summer camps are registered only by weekly sessions with a discount of $5 per week for a second child. Registration and payment must be made by the Friday prior to the week your child will be attending. A $10 late charge will be assessed if payment is not made by the Wednesday prior to the week of attendance.


Celebrate your birthday at the Y! The guest of honor receives a T-shirt and all partygoers enjoy an hour in the pool and time in our decorated party room. We help set up and clean up! Reservations are required at least one week in advance. $100 incidental deposit required for all parties. 25 guest maximum. Parties are scheduled on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The cost is $110 for Y members and $145 for community members. Please call for more information.

Ages Kindergarten and up This program devotes an entire day to fun and recreation when children have scheduled days off school. Any students enrolled in Norman Public Schools kindergarten and up and current Pre-K-Plus students are welcome. The dates available correspond with most non-school days. Activities include theme days, crafts, swimming and field trips. Campers only need a sack lunch, swimsuit and towel. We take care of the rest! Check the member information center for flyers. School’s Out Camp is $35 per day, per child for Y members or $45 per day, per child for community members. A $30 registration fee for all campers is due at sign up. School’s Out Camp is prorated for some dates for full-week Pre-K-PLUS or Prime Time participants who have paid in full. Camp is from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM with scheduled activities from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Summer Day Camp Camp Friendship Ages 5 - Youth Entering 5th Grade Our camp program provides a fun and safe environment for kids five years old, as of the last day of school, through fifth grade. Camp Friendship is accredited by the American Camp Association. Activities include fitness classes, indoor/outdoor games and sports, arts and crafts, swimming and field trips. All campers will need a sack lunch, water bottle, closed-toed shoes with socks and comfortable attire each day. Please do not bring cell phones, handheld games or anything else that could get lost. Please label everything with your child’s name. The Y is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Camp Friendship is $125 per week per child for Y members and $150 per week per child for community members. A $30 registration fee for all campers is due at sign up. You may opt for the select-a-week payment program or enroll in our full summer option through automatic bank withdrawal.

Summer Day Camp Teen Camp Youth Entering 6th Grade - 8th Grade Our camp program for those entering the sixth grade through eighth grade is full of fun, theme based activities and field trips. We will play laser tag, go bowling, visit museums, swim at the Y and outdoors at Westwood Pool, see the OKC Zoo, take tours of OU and OSU, have scavenger hunts and go roller skating. All campers will need a sack lunch, water bottle, closed-toed shoes with socks and comfortable attire each day. Please do not bring cell phones, handheld games or anything else that could get lost. Please label everything with your child’s name. The Y is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Teen Camp is $150 per week per child for Y members and $175 per week per child for community members. A $30 registration fee for all campers is due at sign up. You may opt for the select-a-week payment program or enroll in our full summer option through automatic bank withdrawal. Camp meets weekly from 6:30 AM to 6:00 PM. There will not be summer camp on holidays.

Summer / School’s Out swim Camp

Youth Development Camps

School’s Out Camp

Ages Kindergarten and up Each day campers will improve their swim stroke development, first aid and CPR training, lifeguard skills and, of course, have a blast playing water polo and other aquatic games! A healthy snack will be provided. Summer Camp is $50 per week for Y members and $70 per week per child for community members. School’s Out Swim Camp is $15 per day for Y members and $20 per day for community members.


Youth Development aquatics

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During the school year, swim lesson sessions meet two times a week for three weeks and private lessons meet twice a week for two weeks. Summer groups meet for two weeks (Mon-Thurs) and private lessons meet for one week (Mon-Thurs). Due to the large demand for quality swim lessons, refunds will not be given once a child is enrolled. You can enroll online at

Parent and Child Aquatics Ages 6 mo. to 36 mo. Designed to allow children ages six to 36 months to have fun in the water while the parent guides him or her to learn aquatic skills. The child will be exposed to games that use basic movements in the water, such as kicking, arm strokes, and breath control that are based on the developmental abilities of the child. All children attending the parent/child class must wear swim diapers or diaper covers. If you do not have a swim diaper they are available for purchase at the Y cafĂŠ. Parent/child aquatics classes are available to Y members for $30 per session while community members pay $50. Payment is due at registration.


Ages 3 to 5 This program offers children their first experience in the pool without parental assistance. Children are taught basic skills that are the building blocks of swimming. Classes are kept small with one instructor to every six participants, to allow for individual attention. Preschool aquatics classes are available to Y members for $30 per session while community members pay $50. Payment is due at registration.

EELS Ages 3 to 5

An intermediate-level class for children who are comfortable in the water. They learn to kick, dive, float, and perform the progressive paddle stroke. They also learn basic boating safety and use PFDs.


Ages 3 to 5 Children in this advanced-level class review previous skills, improve stroke skills, learn personal safety and rescue skills, build endurance by swimming on their front and back, and learn to tread water. Children can swim across the pool on their back and front without assistance upon successful completion of the class.


Ages 3 to 5 This beginner-level class helps children develop safe pool behavior, adjust to the water and develop independent movement. Students will be taught the basic paddle stroke and kicking skills, pool safety, proper use of IFDs and PFDs, and develop comfort and confidence in the water.


The pool, whirlpool, sauna and steam room will be closed in the event of severe weather, or if there is thunder and lightning in the area. In the event of severe weather cancellations, the class will be made up accordingly. Classes may be cancelled or changed due to low enrollment.


Ages 6 to 14 This beginner-level class gets children acquainted with the pool, the use of flotation devices, floating, front and back paddle strokes and synchronized swimming movements.


Ages 6 to 14 This intermediate-level class helps students practice and build upon basic skills and perform more skills without the aid of a flotation device. They are introduced to the front and back crawl, sidestroke, breaststroke and elementary backstroke.

Minnow Ages 6 to 14 In this intermediate-level class, students further refine the

strokes they have learned as their skills become more like those normally used in swimming. They learn more diving skills, personal safety, boating and rescue skills.

Fish & Flying fish

Ages 6 to 14 Fish, advanced-intermediate swimmers, and Flying Fish, advanced level one students, work on the crawl stroke, elementary backstroke, back crawl stroke and sidestroke with turns. Flying Fish will work on more complex combinations of strokes and learn additional diving, rescue skills, boating and personal safety.


Ages 6 to 14 An advanced level two class. Students are exposed to a wide range of aquatic experiences and gain strength, speed and stamina.

Tiger Sharks Swim Team Ages 6 to 17 Advanced swimmers will

improve basic skills and prepare for competitions. They will work on strokes including practice starts and flip turns, gain endurance, and work as a team. Swim team is a great way to get ready for competition, get in shape or just have fun! Participants may compete in statewide competitions. The cost to members is $40 per month and community member’s cost is $55.

Youth Development aquatics


Youth aquatics is a great place for kids ages six to 14 to build valuable skills both in and out of the water. Our class ratio is small with one instructor to every eight participants. The cost to Y members is $30 per session and for community members the class is $50 per session.

Private Swim Instruction One-on-one aquatic instruction for all ages and swimming levels is available. Participant will be matched with an appropriate instructor to accomplish individual set goals. One-on-one training is $65 per session for Y members and $85 for community members.

Semi-private swim instruction

Semi-private swim instruction is like private swim instruction but with a buddy! With just two participants in each session, individual attention is delivered. We ask that students sign up with a minimum of two students with each enrollment. The cost is $45 per participant for Y members and $65 per participant for community members per session.


Youth Development sports


For boys and girls ages 7 to 14 years old This league has been developed to provide a place for players and teams with advanced skills, a place to play competitively against players of the same development level and includes an end-of-season tournament. Teams are gender specific. The cost per team is $500. Each Y member also pays $50 and community members pay $70. Games are held on Saturdays and during the week.


For boys and girls ages 3 to 10 years old This league is provided for players with beginning to intermediate level skills, a place to play against players of the same development level while growing in their understanding of basketball. The teams are coed and games are played on Saturdays. Y members pay $50 and community members pay $70.


For boys and girls ages 3 to 6 years old The Y’s sports program teaches our character values: caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. We do this through fair play, as well as by providing a learning atmosphere for all involved. The cost to Y members is $30 while community members pay $50. Games are held on Saturdays and during the week.


For boys and girls ages 3 to 10 years old Similar to indoor soccer but held in the fresh air outdoors. The cost is $50 for Y members and $70 for community members. Games are held on Saturdays.


For boys and girls ages 3 to 10 years old The fun and challenge of outdoor soccer is also available in the fall. The cost to Y members is $50 while community members pay $70. Games are held on Saturday. The last two weeks we will not have practice, instead we will have games during the week. There will be six games on Saturday, and two on either Tuesday or Thursday.

*Games and practice times are subject to change. Late registration for all youth sports is allowed up to one week after the deadline and will incur a late fee of $20.


For Ages 5 to 12 years old A fitness class for home-schooled students that focuses on games and activities to promote physical fitness throughout the school year. Y members pay only $18 per month for the first child and $4 for each additional child. Cost to community members is $32 per month and $8 for each additional child. Payment is due at the first of each month ($10 late fee after the 5th of the month). We schedule classes on Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:30 to 1:30 PM beginning the first Monday of each month.


For Ages 5 to 14 years old Our track program is available in the spring and early summer. Participants are divided into age-based groups and work to develop their skills and prepare to compete in track meets. Participants will compete in three track meets held on Sundays. The cost is $30 for members and $50 for community members.

Splash & Dash For ages 5 to 15 years old The USA Triathlon Youth Splash-N-Dash Aquathlon Series takes place in August and is open to athletes ages 5 to 15 with a focus on PARTICIPATION rather than competition. A Splash-N-Dash, known as an Aquathlon, is a fun and fast-growing sport that combines running and swimming. This event is a Sanctioned USAT event and part of USA Triathlon’s Splash-N-Dash Youth Aquathlon Series.

TAE KWON DO For ages 5 to Adult Self-defense classes that teach discipline and coordination utilizing Tae Kwon Do traditions. $30 per month for members and $50 per month for community members. Additional costs for uniforms and testing. Available Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 PM and 7:00 PM.

Weight Training

For Ages 12 to 14 years old This class introduces teens to the fitness center and to principles of strength training. Participants learn to use Precor equipment, stability/medicine balls and cardio equipment. Instructors teach proper form and technique, lead discussions on various health and fitness topics, and provide a safe and fun experience. All participants must be at least 12 years old and will be allowed in the fitness center upon completion of all classes in the program. One-on-one youth weight training is also available. Y members pay $35 per session.

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For boys & girls ages 3 to 6 years old A non-competitive sports program that emphasizes good sportsmanship and team play and introduces participants to the basics used in softball and baseball. The cost is $50 for Y members and $70 for community members. Games are on Saturdays.


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OPEN SWIM Open swim is available during all regular operational hours except Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 to 7:10 PM. Please read all pool rules before attending open swim or free exercise. Please note the Y will provide and require life jackets for children under 48�. Lap lane usage Specific lanes will be dedicated to swimming instruction during morning and evening hours, Monday through Friday. Available at all times whenever the pool is open. Water walking lane usage Did you know water walking was invented here at the Cleveland County Family YMCA? The water walking lane is available at all times whenever the pool is open, but it may be shortened by 1/3 on occasion.

ADULT SWIM LESSONS Ages 14 and older Instruction for beginner-level students through advanced levels will help swimmers work on stroke development and endurance. Sign up for semi-private or private instruction. There will be a total of four 30 minute lessons over two weeks.

MASTERS SWIM CLINIC Ages 18 and older This clinic is for all skill levels. Each clinic is based on individual stroke analysis and technique instruction according to the needs of the participant. Class includes a warm-up and cool-down swim. A great way to beat lap-swim burnout or train for the Tie-Dye Tri! The cost is $15 per month for Y members and $30 per month for community members.

Classes and instructors are subject to change. Classes must have at least two participants within ten minutes of the class start time, or the class will be canceled for that date. Children under the age of 12 are not allowed in water fitness classes except during designated youth classes. Youth ages 12 to 14 must be accompanied by a parent and must fully participate in the class. Instructors are certified through the YMCA of the USA and AEA. Arthritis instructors are certified through the National Arthritis Foundation YMCA Aquatic Program (AFYAP).



Water fitness classes are included in your membership! Check the schedule online or at the member information center.

ABC Aquatic Body Conditioning is a shallow water, muscle toning class for all fitness levels using resistance equipment.

ARTHRITIS Aquatics The Y has collaborated with the National Arthritis Foundation to create an exercise program for people with various types of arthritis. Class is held in shallow and deep water and participants do not need to know how to swim. A medical release is recommended.

Aqua KICKSTEP A high-energy, shallow water class using inertia and buoyancy to create a great aerobic boxing experience. An aqua step bench is used in this class.

AqUALATES Pilates in the water! We are the first Y to offer this class! Build a strong core, and develop strength and flexibility with fluid movement.

A class in deep water which utilizes flotation belts. Exercises are non-weight bearing and help improve range of motion and flexibility. Swim skills are not necessary but participants must be comfortable in the deep water. Medical release is recommended.

DEEP WATER Exercise A deep water class which utilizes flotation belts. Aerobically strengthen and tone all muscle groups.

HART Hydro-Aerobic Rigorous Training is a high-energy, shallow water workout to increase endurance using resistance equipment.

HYDRO A high intensity, deep water workout.

INTERVAL training - DEEP WATER A cardiovascular workout with brief episodes of recovery at specific stations using resistance equipment.


Aqua Boot Camp - Jan/June A four week, high intensity water fitness program in deep water that focuses on increasing endurance, aerobic capacity and raising oxygen intake. This class is $40 for Y members and $60 to community members.

Aqua couples Camp - feb A two week water fitness program for couples or friends that want to get in shape or get ready for a wedding together. Water training with cardio routines for both of you. $30/Members $40/Community Members.

Aqua Walk to Run - March

A high energy workout while moving from circuit to circuit and using equipment for added resistance.

A four week shallow to deep water workout that burns calories, improves strength, increases muscle and helps you train for your first 5K! Y members pay $50 and community members $70.


Flutter - Dec & April

Muscular Strength Conditioning for Lifestyle Enhancement is a deep water class using a flotation belt and Hydro Tone equipment.

PRENATAL & POSTNATAL A deep water class designed for pregnancy and postpartum woman using guidelines established by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. We will go into the shallow end of the pool as needed. Free class for Y members. Community members may enroll for $40 per month. Companions are welcome. This class is offered free of charge to TAP participants that are approved by the Center for Children and Families.

WAVES Water walking in chest deep water. Participants learn techniques to improve balance and endurance.

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A two week, fun, high intensity workout in deep water using swim fins. Y members pay $30 and community members pay $40.

INDEPENDENCE DAY MELTDOWN - July Extreme cardio intervals on tethers in the deep water. $40/Members $60/Community Members.

SKI - Aug A four week cardio and strength training boot camp in deep water to get you ready for ski season. Y members pay $40 and community members pay $60 to attend this class.

FALL INTO FITNESS - Sept A working using deep water frontal resistance, core strength training drills, and inertia to increase your cardio. $50/Member/$70 Community Member.

TURKEY TROT - Nov Land track, shallow water, deep water. Let us coach you through your workout for a healthier, happier you. $12/ Member $20/Community Member.


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Group exercise classes are a great way to stay motivated! Enthusiastic instructors are there to lead you in a variety of different exercises to help you achieve and maintain your goals. Classes are a great place to make new friends too! Most classes are included in your membership and are 55 minutes, unless indicated otherwise.

AMP’D UP ABS 25 minutes of strengthening for your abs and back, using a variety of safe and effective exercises.

ARTHRITIS Exercise These classes are taught with activities and exercises to encourage self-care, provide social interaction, improve muscular strength, endurance and flexibility, maintain independence, manage pain and relieve symptoms of arthritis. Instructors are certified through the Arthritis Foundation.

Bike 2 the Beat A 45 minute indoor cycling workout where riders ride to the beat of the music. Each class is specifically choreographed to lead riders through hills, flats, mountain peaks and true interval training. Make sure to sign up at the member information center. You may sign up 30 minutes prior to the start of class.

BODY SCULPTING Get the most out of each rep! Resistance strengthening exercises to help redefine your muscles using weights, balls, body bar, bands and more. See the results! Great for all fitness levels.

BOOT CAMP Focus on increasing the caloric burn through fun, team drills and relay races while toning muscles using your own body weight, resistance bands and partner exercises. The exercises are designed for all levels and for those that want to get the most out of their workout.


CARDIO EXPRESS Do you have a short amount of time to workout? New to group fitness classes? This is the class for you! Come get a great cardio workout in a shorter 30 minute class. This class will use a combination of interval work and cardio burst to get your heart rate up. Strength training with weights and tubing may also be incorporated.

CARDIO Mix Fitness variety using hi/low aerobics, step, cardio kick boxing and interval formats. Strength training with weights and exercise tubing may also be incorporated.

CARDIO SCULPTING This combination class allows for an even amount of cardiovascular work and strength work. Split with floor and/or cardio combinations with strength training allows you to enjoy an equal balance of exercises. Good for all fitness levels!

Complete Cardio Come join us for 55 minutes of nothing but Cardio! Class will be made up of different types of cardio including zumba, cardio kickboxing and boot camp, just to name a few. This class will definitely burn calories!

CYCLE Whether it is an endurance climb or a series of short strength intervals, indoor cycling classes are designed to add a great cardiovascular challenge to anyone’s weekly workouts. Instructors choose the 55 minute course each class session. Indoor cycling naturally challenges the core because of the demand of the various positions. Great for all fitness levels! Make sure to sign up at the member information center. Participants may sign up 30 minutes prior to the start of class.

CYCLE PLUS A high intensity, longer version of a traditional cycling class that will truly challenge your cardiovascular system and help to build endurance. The class will enjoy longer rides and/or core and interval work on or off the bike. Recommended for intermediate to advanced levels. Make sure to sign up at the member information center. Participants may sign up 30 minutes prior to the start of class.

Great for beginners and seniors. This class is designed for those interested in a total body workout at a comfortable pace.

PILATES Exercises and breathing techniques will be used to achieve the ultimate mind-body connection. Stability and core training using the Pilates principles for strength training and flexibility. Bands or stability balls may be used in this class and mats are provided. Good for all fitness levels.

PILATES FLOW This class can incorporate traditional Pilates moves with those from the latest fusion classes (like Pi-Yo) to give you a different Pilates experience. Participant requests are always welcome!

PI-YO™ A strength workout that is the perfect blend of many disciplines: sports training, core conditioning, dance, stretch and athletic drills that will help kick up the calorie burn and build muscle! The dynamic blend of movement increases strength, core stability and agility. This workout provides an incredible experience.

SETS & REPS A total body strength conditioning class that uses a variable weight plate-loaded barbell system. This class will work your entire body, improving muscular strength and endurance. All fitness levels are welcome.

STEP A high energy, low impact class using a height adjusted step. Enjoy fun choreography in a class that is good for all levels.

TAI CHI/qI GONG Qi gong is a formulated set of movements coordinated with the breath, which induces and guides the vital energy Qi through and around the body.

TREKKING Bringing group exercise to the treadmills. Walkers and runners welcome! Whether you are just getting started or want to achieve your personal best, let us coach you! Sign up in the fitness center. Classes are held on the first row of treadmills.

TROTTING A treadmill based class designed for walkers and those that are new to trekking classes. Sign up in the fitness center. Classes are held on the first row of treadmills.


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This class is a suspension training class in which body weight exercises are used in a variety of multi-planar, compound exercise movements. Develop strength, balance, flexibility, and joint stability. This small group class is 45 minutes with a maximum of 6 people in each class. Weekday classes meet two times a week for $30/month. Weekend classes meet one day for $15/month.


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ZUMBA® for Kids

A combination of intense kick boxing and dance moves perfectly choreographed to high energy and motivating music. It’s the ultimate cardiovascular challenge that’s a unique blend of intense intervals, strength/endurance training, and a relaxing cool down.

A kid-friendly version of the energetic, Latin dance based fitness class.

YOGA Classic yoga utilizing poses that work to release tension and stress, promote flexibility and strength, and restore health and peace of mind.

YOGA - FITNESS Experience yoga through a fitness approach. Focus on balance, strength, power and grace all while minimizing stress.

YOGA - GENTLE Both relaxing and energizing, gentle yoga is for beginners, seniors, or anyone seeking slow and easy moving restorative yoga. This class increases body strength, flexibility, and balance as it decreases stress and pain.

YOGA - LITE An express format fitness yoga class. Experience an active warm up with breathing exercises, followed by balance work and restoration. Great for those that are just starting out or for anyone short on time but wants a great yoga workout.

ZUMBA® No dance experience is needed for this Latin dance based fitness class! It’s fun and easy! Wear comfortable and supportive athletic shoes and get ready to sweat!

ZUMBA® GOLD Second to none. An innovative, fun and exciting program designed for the active, older adult, the true beginner, people who are not used to exercising, or people who may be limited physically. Zumba Gold is done at a lower intensity than a standard Zumba class, and is not as fast, but certainly as fun, using the same great Latin and international music styles.


R.I.P.P.E.D.™ This total body, high intensity style program utilizes free weights, resistance and body weight. The class combines the components of R.I.P.P.E.D. (Resistance, Interval, Power, Plyometrics and Endurance) as the workout portion, along with diet suggestions to help you attain and maintain your physique in ways that are fun, safe, attainable and extremely effective. Set to driving, motivating music, the participant’s jam is effective, tough yet attainable. R.I.P.P.E.D. will absolutely challenge your level of fitness and endurance!


Ages 18 and Up Get active with a kickball team. Practice and then dominate in a double elimination tournament. $350 per team and $250 for a returning team for teams of eight players with an 11 player per team maximum. Games are played at either Rotary Park or Lion’s Park.


ages 5 to Adult Self-defense classes that teach discipline and coordination while utilizing the tradition of Tae Kwon Do. $30 per month for members and $50 per month for community members. Additional costs for uniforms and testing. Available Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 PM and 7:00 PM.

ADULT COED Basketball

Ages 18 and Up Get active with a team of friends playing adult coed basketball. Register as an individual or team (10 max). The cost is $35 for members or $55 for community members. Games are held at the Y on Wednesday nights.

Classes must have at least 2 participants within 10 minutes of the class start time, or the class will be canceled for that day. Children under age 12 are not allowed in the aerobics studio except during classes specifically designed for the participation of children. Youth ages 12 to 14 are allowed to take group exercise classes and cycling if accompanied by a parent and are fully participating in the class. Children under 15 are not allowed to participate in trekking classes. Classes are subject to change.

This program provides guidance and direction in an aquatic environment. Trainers work one-on-one with you to develop a program especially for your fitness needs, walk you through each exercise, keep you in touch with the latest research in aquatic exercise, and help give you the confidence you need to get started! A one hour session is $35 per session or $120 for a package of four sessions. A 30 minute session is $18 or $65 for a package of four sessions.

Fitness center orientation

Get started on ActivTrax, a computer-based training program. Let us help you get the most out of your workout. Take a free orientation in the fitness center and a member of the Y staff will familiarize you with how to properly use the cardio and strength-training equipment.

Personal Training

We know how difficult it is to find balance in life and we’re here making sure you and your family have the resources and support needed to learn, grow and thrive. A personal trainer will create a new program just for you, teach you exercises, help you reach your goals, give you motivation, keep you accountable and be your advocate. A one hour session is $35 per session or $120 for a package of four. Thirty minute sessions are available for $18 or $65 for a package of four sessions.

Buddy Up Training

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Working out with a friend is just more fun. Our personal trainers design a plan for you to work out as a pair in a way that meets each of your individual needs. Sessions start at $27 for a half hour or buy a package of four one hour sessions for only $180.


Benefit from a one-on-one appointment with a sports nutritionist with a focus on individual nutrition needs, appropriate meal planning, and behavior modification for successful, long-term weight management. The cost is $30 for a one hour session or purchase a package of three for $80.


Massage reduces stress, tension and muscle soreness by improving circulation and enhance the overall health of an individual by naturally restoring one’s ability to perform. Our Massage therapists are certified professionals. For Y members, sessions are $30 for a half hour, $50 for a one hour and $90 for an hour and a half. Package prices are also available at a discounted rate. 21

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SAFETY TRAINING & Certifications Be prepared for emergency situations and circumstances. Learn CPR, O2 administration and how to deal with bloodborne pathogens and prevent the spread of disease. Each certification class has prerequisites to complete prior to enrollment.

BASIC FIRST AID Learn first-aid skills such as treating cuts, scrapes, and burns, controlling bleeding; treating injuries to bones, muscles and joints; and caring for shock. Please register in advance at the member information center. Participants must be 16 years or older. The cost for basic first aid training is $45 per person.

LIFEGUARD INSTRUCTOR The instructor course is designed to provide the necessary tools and knowledge to instruct the Y lifeguard course and to instruct the ASHI CPR/AED, First Aid and Oxygen Course. Prerequisites include Y Lifeguard certification, CPR/ AED, First aid and O2 certifications. Participants must be 18 years or older. Reservations must be made two weeks prior to the course. The cost for lifeguard instructor training is $340.

Y LIFEGUARD certification Participants gain the knowledge and skills needed to be a lifeguard in various environments. The course covers safety skills such as spinal injury management, handling severe weather, water dangers, legal responsibilities, pool management and employment. 100% attendance is required and participants must preregister. Safety courses are included in the fee and will be completed during the first day of lifeguard certification. Participants must be 16 years or older. The cost is $270 which includes CPR/AED, first aid, oxygen administration and lifeguard manual. Registration must be made two weeks prior to the course.

RECERTIFICATION CROSSOVER This class will recertify lifeguards for two years. Must be current in first aid, CPR-PR, AED and O2. Y lifeguard certification must be current in order to complete recertification. Preregistration is required and participants must be 16 years or older. The recertification will take place the last two days of the lifeguard certification class. The cost to Y members is $60. Community Members pay $80.

Learn how to give CPR to someone whose heart has stopped beating, and learn how to properly use an automatic external defibrillator (AED). Students will also recognize the signs of a heart attack, and learn how to care for someone who has stopped breathing or someone who is choking. Advance registration is required. Participants will receive a pocket mask and manual. The cost is $55 per participant.

FAMILY CPR/ AED Learn how to give CPR to an adult, child, or infant whose heart has stopped beating and learn how to properly use an automatic external defibrillator (AED). Students will also recognize the signs of a heart attack, and learn how to care for someone who has stopped breathing or someone who is choking. Participants will receive a pocket mask and manual. Participants must be 10 years or older. Family CPR/ AED training is $65 and is by appointment only.

FAMILY FIRST AID The Family First Aid class is designed to focus on training a family as a whole to care for injured or ill adults and/or children in a variety of settings. Family First Aid training is $55 and is offered by appointment only.

YMCA Aquatic SAFETY ASSISTANT (YASA) This course teaches the skills needed to help prevent and recognize aquatic risks and to assist lifeguards in emergencies. This does not provide lifeguard training; a certified lifeguard must be on duty when teaching a class. Participants must be 14 years or older. Y members, CLEVELAND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA staff and YMCA OKC staff pay only $60. Community members pay $80 to attend. CPR/AED, First Aid, and Oxygen Administration is included in the course and fee.

WATER FITNESS INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION This certification course teaches how to lead a Y water fitness course. Attendance on all three days is mandatory. Participants must be 18 years or older and have successfully completed YASA courses. If you need to be recertified, you are only required to attend the last class day. The cost to Y members is $110 and to community members it is $130. To be recertified Y members, CLEVELAND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA and YMCA OKC staff pay $60 and community members pay $80.

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION YMCA Aquatic PROGRAM (AFYAP) Become an instrcutor and learn to teach water exercise programs for people with arthritis using the Y and the National Arthritis Foundation guidelines. Participants must be 18 years or older. The cost to Y members is $110. Community members cost is $130. If you only need to be recertified, recertification is the last day of class.. Y members, CLEVELAND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA and YMCA OKC staff cost to be recertified is $60, community members pay $80.

oxygen ADMINISTRATION For the professional rescuer to learn skills to care for a victim of a breathing emergency. Learn the signs and symptoms of hypoxia and procedures that are available. CPR-PR is required prior to taking this course. Participants must be 16 years or older. The cost for the course is $40.

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BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS Held by appointment only, students will learn about preventing disease transmissions including but not limited to HIV and Hepatitis B. Learn practices that reduce the possibility of exposure and appropriate procedures in situations or underlying circumstances that may arise. Must be 16 years or older. Cost for the course is $30.

Private Classes Private and semi-private classes offered by appointment only for CPR/AED, First Aid, Oxygen Administration and Bloodborne Pathogen classes. Additional $10 added per person. 23

Social responsibility

The rate of childhood obesity is rapidly rising throughout Oklahoma. People have developed inactive lifestyles and unhealthy, yet convenient eating habits. This includes quick meals which typically have low nutritional value and are high in calories. We believe we can make an early impact in the wellness of children through the powerful promotion of physical activity, nutrition and healthy lifestyles.

• 1 in 5 children in the U.S. are overweight. • The percentage of children and adolescents who are defined as overweight has nearly tripled since the early 1970s. • Oklahoma ranks 48th in national state health rankings. • Approximately 17% of children and adolescents in the U.S. ages 2-19 are obese. • Children from minority groups have an even higher prevalence of obesity. • Children with obesity, ages 10-13, are reported to have a 70% likelihood of obesity persisting into adult years. • Oklahomans rank 50th in the U.S. in eating fruits and vegetables.

One method to combat childhood obesity is to improve the diet and exercise levels of the entire family. The Y offers programs that create a healthy culture for children. Children are generally not interested in structured exercise programs; they prefer to play freely. In order to set a regular exercise program for kids, we implement education and provide motivation so that kids can establish a healthy routine. Here at the Y, we focus on the benefits of living healthier, on the inside and out, for better development of the spirit, mind and body. The Y encourages kids to commit to keeping their body and mind active throughout the year. We can protect the future of our children by protecting their health now.


• 15 schools were visited to promote water safety and swim lessons. • 28 families, 66 children total were blessed with our Angel Tree program. Several families shared that they would not have had Christmas if it were not for our program. • Changed this year’s scholarship award process by introducing a sliding scale model similar to the model used by DHS. • $80,000 was raised in the 2011 community giving campaign while we provided $450,000 in financial assistance to families and individuals.

Youth Development accomplishments • 672 children were served through Y School-Age Childcare. • 25 young people were involved in Teen Summer Camp. • 208 school-aged children were involved in Camp Friendship Summer Camp. • 229 children were involved in youth sports (soccer, basketball, tee-ball and Tae Kwon Do). • 1,400+ kids were taught how to swim. • OU students were given the opportunity to complete volunteer hours and finish their degrees. • Added a basketball league for advanced youth players.

Financial assistance keeps the Y available for kids and families who need us most. We count on the generosity of our members and community to help people of all ages and from all walks of life be more healthy, confident, connected and secure. When you give to the Y, your gift really matters.

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making a difference At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Whether developing skills or emotional well-being, welcoming and connecting diverse populations or advocating for healthier communities, the Y fosters the care and respect all people need and deserve. Together we can build stronger, more inclusive communities, provide support for families and promote positive change overall.

Thea Walters was sad and depressed because her husband was being deployed. She received a no-cost membership to the Y through the active duty military program and found a welcoming and caring environment that provided support while he was gone. By participating in Y programs she lost 30 pounds, made friends, and stayed positive during his deployment. Thea and Liam Walters 25

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We want to lift your spirits with a potluck luncheon that is open to everyone who needs a little pick me up. Each month features a different theme along with an activity or entertainment. The luncheon takes place the second Wednesday of the month and you are guaranteed to meet new people when you come!

Tie-Dye Tri

This USA Triathlon sanctioned annual event consists of a 500Y snake swim staggered at 15 second intervals, a 12 mile bike and a 5K run. Chip timing is provided, and participants can compare their times to others in the same age and gender categories. This fun and challenging event is a staple in the Norman community. Plan in advance to participate and start training today!


Young adults with special needs are invited to attend a PG movie viewing with refreshments provided. This event is free! Call or visit our website for details.

Healthy Kids Day

An annual event designed to encourage healthy and active habits in children. The event is designed to show kids, and the adults who care for them, simple ways to stay active as a family year round. Kids, their families, and anyone who cares about the health of our community, are invited to come learn how to get and stay healthy.

For Healthy Kids

This program helps create a culture of physical fitness among youth and teens through the promotion of physical activity, nutrition and healthy lifestyles. Y staff conducts on-site visits to area schools, where they lead games and assists and encourages children in daily exercise during their regular recess time.



There are dozens of volunteer opportunities available at the Y and so many ways for you to get involved. No matter what your special talent, interest or schedule is, you can help change someone’s life at the Y. It might just change your life! So if you share our commitment to the continued well-being of our youth and community, consider becoming a Y volunteer. Inquire about opportunities at the member information center.


Last year, our Y raised more than $103,000 in our annual support campaign, but we gave away more than $355,000 in financial assistance to deserving members of the community. Every dollar helps! Your donations impact the lives of others! If you would like to help make a difference in someone’s life, please make a tax-deductible donation to the Y by completing the form on the following page. Your generosity will help a child play sports, learn to swim, or have the best summer of their life at day camp.

Angel Tree

The Angel Tree program is a Christmas gift program open to Y scholarship recipients identified based on need and participation in the Y community. Upon completion of the application process, approved Angel Tree applicants provide wish list items for each child in the Angel Tree family. Y and community members return the purchased items to the Y and they are in turn given to the families. Every year we provide gifts to 55-65 children.

fall carnival

The CCFYMCA hosts an annual community fall carnival with goodies, games and special events for everyone! Family-friendly costumes are optional for this free community event.

• Thunderbird Clubhouse • Crossroad Youth and Family • Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Norman • Central OK Community Mental Health • NPS Groups and Teams • Valir Physical Therapy • Therapy in Motion • Indian Education • Senior Living Centers • KIOWA Tribes Elders • Norman Public Library

Partner Agencies • Boy Scouts • Girls Scouts • Special Olympics • ABLE • Loveworks • Bridges • Center for Children and Families

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A $50 donation will allow one child to take a session of swim sessions. A $150 donation will allow a child to participate in one week of summer day camp. A $500 donation will allow a single-parent family to become members of the Y and pay for one child to attend a session of swim lessons. 27

Cleveland County Family YMCA 1350 Lexington Avenue Norman, OK 73069 P 405 364 9622 F 405 364 9799 Revised December 2012


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Y winter program guide 2013