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SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE ALBERT LEA FAMILY Y Winter/Spring 2014 Program Guide Ph: 507-373-8228 web: www.ymcaal.org

Building Hours January 2—May 25 Monday—Thursday 5:00am-10:30pm Friday 5:00am-9:30pm Saturday 7:00am-5:00pm Sunday 1:00pm-5:00pm

Session Dates Winter Session1 January 6—February 23 Winter Session 2 February 24—April 13 Spring Session 1 April 14—June1


OUR MISSION To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all. The Albert Lea Family Y is part of a worldwide fellowship united for the purpose of building a Christian society and developing in people those qualities of Christian personality exemplified in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. To promote total human health, spirit, mind, and body. To focus on physical well being, youth development and interpersonal relations. To significantly influence the quality of life for all persons—all religions, races, ages and needs. To serve as a common meeting ground of the Albert Lea Community. To maintain an organization of employees and volunteers who are at all times respected, accessible, involved and committed.

Your Family Y Staff Dennis Dieser Robyn Sailor Susie Hulst Bill Villarreal Lori Austin Michelle Baseman Office Jan Jensen Marilee Brown Barb Haeska Jerel Schewe

January 9-12SPECIAL Youth in Government EVENTS January 20 Kids Day Off January 20 Martin Luther King Breakfast February 17 Kids Day Off February 22 Indoor Triathlon March 3-7 Kids Day Off (Spring Break) March 21 Kids Day Off April 4 Kids Day Off April 18 Kids Day Off April 20 Y Closed for Easter April 26 Fountain Lake 5 May 19 Y-Not Golf Tournament May 25-26 Closed for Memorial Day

Executive Director Youth/Aquatics Director Sports/Fitness Director Group/Personal Training Specialist Executive Assistant/Membership Manager/Membership Special Funds Front Desk & Playroom Coordinator School Age Child Care Coordinator Building & Grounds Mgr.

Your Family Y Board of Directors Kevin Miland President Jennifer Levisen 1st Vice President Jeff Strom 2nd Vice President, Treasurer Dan Kolker Secretary Tim Lenhart Past President Steve Field, Mark Habben, Lynn Kermes, Linda Lares, Michele Nelson, Charlie Newell, Brad Niebuhr, Erin Sauer, Nancy Skophammer, Jason Willner, and Don Nolander/Heritage Foundation Liasian.

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MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION Start Up Fee

Monthly Rate

Annual Rate

ADULT

$50.00

$44.00

$528.00

SINGLE PARENT FAMILY

$50.00

$50.00

$600.00

FAMILY

$50.00

$69.00

$828.00

COLLEGE

$30.00

$360.00

YOUNG ADULT (15-18yrs) YOUTH (Preschool-14yrs)

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$20.00 $11.00

$240.00 $132.00

Start up fee is a one-time non-refundable fee for new members. Monthly rates are based on an annual commitment. For short-term membership prices, contact the Y.

ALL INCLUSIVE MEMBERSHIP Starting on January 1, 2014, your membership will include use of the SMB room and all water, land, cycling and kettlebell classes. This is an exciting time to join the Y! Must be 15 years or old to use the SMB room and attend classes.

Payment Options and Special Rates Payments can be set up by monthly bank draft, payroll deduction, or annual payment.

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Annual Corporate Rates A workplace must have 5 or more employees participate to receive the Y’s corporate reduction. Contact the Y for information on starting a corporate group. No start up fee for corporate memberships. Insurance Incentive Programs Ask at front desk if you have Blue Cross Blue Shield, HealthPartners, Ucare (for seniors), or Medica insurance plans. Short-Term Monthly Rates Contact the Y.

For your convenience, a limited number of tall and kit lockers are available to rent on an annual basis. No more lugging your shoes, racquet, toiletries and towels. Kit Lockers Tall Lockers Towel Service

50 cents for one-time towel use.

Scholarships The Family Y will not turn anyone away for inability to pay for a program. Sliding fee available.

All 3rd and 7th graders living in Freeborn County receive free memberships. This is sponsored locally. Stop in to fill out a membership card!

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New!

Indoor Triathlon

Test your stamina and race against the clock! The Y will be hosting it’s first ever indoor triathlon on Saturday, February 22, 2014. You will be allotted a certain amount of time for each event and your goal is to cover as much distance as you can in that amount of time. See page 8 for details.

Adult 5v5 Basketball League Games will be played on Monday nights from December 2 through mid March. Teams’ win/loss records will be used to determine end-of-season tournament play. Pick up a registration form in November at the front desk. Team captains are to attend a pre-season meeting. Members and non-members welcome. $380 per team.

Pick-Up Soccer for All Ages Open soccer for all ages will be Wednesday nights from 6:30-10:30pm beginning in November. Members: $0 Non-Members: $3

Adult Racquetball League

Adult Volleyball The volleyball nets can be set up upon request with advanced notice. Call the Y or ask the front desk.

Racquetball/Wallyball Courts Courts can be reserved up to 24 hours in advance. Non-members must pay the daily admission fee to play.

Adult Pick-Up Basketball Pick-up games are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00-1:00pm

Sunday Soccer Begins October 27, 2013 and runs through April 2014. Time is 5:30-10:30pm. $2.50 for players and spectators.

Sign up for the A,B, or C League. Registration opens in November. League play will begin December 2. The length of league play depends on the number of entrants (typically 1215 weeks). Players’ scores throughout the season will be used to determine end-of-season tournament play. Member: $8 Non-Member: $25

Adult Pick-Up Pickleball Pickleball equipment is available at the front desk for checkout. Two courts are also marked in the gym. Pick up games take place at various times. Common times of play are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:00pm.

Fountain Lake 5 The Fountain Lake 5 is a five mile run, jog, or walk around Fountain Lake and takes place on April 26. Entry includes a dry-fit t -shirt and post-race refreshments. Awards are given to the top male and female and to the 1st-3rd place finishers in each age group. Check out page 8 for more information.

Gym Schedule Effective Jan. 2, 2014

Adult Sports

Sun

Mon

Gym is open unless noted.

Sunday Soccer 5:3010:30pm

Middle School Dodgeball League 3:30-5:00pm (Jan.-Feb.) 1/2 Gym

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Open Soccer 7:00-10:00 am

Open Soccer 7:00-10:00 am

Parent & Toddler Stay-4-Play 10:30-12:00pm

Parent & Toddler Stay-4-Play 10:30-12:00pm

Adult B-ball 12:00-1:00 pm

Adult B-ball 12:00-1:00 pm

Adult Pickleball 12:00-1:00 pm

Adult Pickleball 12:00-1:00 pm

Youth Basketball 5:30-8:30 pm (Jan.-Feb.)

Youth Soccer 4:00-6:00pm

Pick-up Soccer 6:00-10:30 pm

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Youth Basketball 5:30-8:30 pm (Jan.-Feb.)

Fri

Youth Center/ Open 4:30-8:30 pm

Sat


Volleyball

Early Registration March 1-16 Members: $18 Non-Members: $33 Regular Registration March 17 Members: $21 Non-Members: $36

Youth Outdoor Soccer Middle School Dodgeball League January 6-February 10 Gather a team of your friends and dodge, New duck, dip and dive your way to victory! ! There will be 5 weeks of regular season play, then 1 week of playoff games. Teams can be made of boys and/or girls. Members and non-members welcome. Teams must consist of 5-8 players. Five players will be on the court at a time. Sign your team up at the Y prior to the start of the season. All team members must be in 6th or 7th grade. Gym shoes must be worn, no street shoes. Mondays 3:45-4:45pm. $5/team member for the entire 6 weeks

June/July Children ages 3-10 are invited to participate in the Y’s outdoor soccer program. Games take place at the Y and being in June. Watch for more information in the summer program guide!

British Soccer Camp June 2013 The Albert Lea Family Y and the Albert Lea Soccer Association have teamed up to host the Challenger Sports Company’s Bristish Soccer Camp. Camp runs June 9-13, 2014.

All 3rd and 7th graders living in Freeborn County receive free memberships. This is sponsored locally. Stop in to fill out a membership card!

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Youth Sports

April 5—May 17 Youth volleyball is for boys and girls in grades K-5. Practices and games are played on Saturday mornings and teams are divided by age groups. Times of games to be determined. Free t-shirt with registration!


Kids Day Off Throughout the school year there are several days with no school for the kids. On those week days, the place for K-5 elementary school youth to be is the Y! We offer games, crafts, group activities, swimming and lots of fun. Children can arrive as early as 7:00am and must be picked up by 6:00pm. The Y staff lead all activities. Parents need to bring a sack lunch, swim suit and towel for their children. Members: $20 Non-Members: $30 School’s Out Parents: Be sure to register your children in advance. For children not enrolled in School’s Out Program: Payment is required before your children participate. Attention Parents: Be sure to register your children for the day in advance. The fees listed are the preregistration fees. You’re still allowed to register the day of, but there will be an extra $5.00 charge per child. Pre-registration ensures we have the appropriate amount of staff and materials for projects.

The Y’s School’s Out Program Looking for a safe, fun place for your children to go after school? Try the Y’s School’s Out program at Lakeview, Halverson, Hawthorne, and Sibley. This program is for children grades K-5 and is run by the Y in cooperation with District 241. The program starts when school is over and ends at 6:00pm. Activities include games, group activities, snack time, crafts, study time and occasional field trips. Participating youth will be bussed to the Y once each month to take part in special enrichment activities. There will be a site coordinator and supervisors at all activities. $34 week per child for members and non-members $40 one-time registration fee $5 one-time registration fee for additional siblings Limited sliding fee assistance available The program will run every day school is in session!

Birthday Parties

Kids Day Off Schedule: December: 13, 23, 24, 26, 27, 30, 31 January: 20 February: 17 March: 3-7, 21 April: 4, 18

Have your child’s next birthday party at the Y! Our birthday parties are an hour and half long with your choice of the gym or swimming. You will also have access to our party room to finish up the party. Stop out and pick up a flyer at the front desk or call for more information.

*Ask Susie about laser tag equipment rental!* Members: $30 Non-Members: $50

Youth & Family

Family Time Every Sunday from 2:00-4:00pm during the 2013-2014 school year bring the entire gang to enjoy the Family Y. Come and use the gym, racquetball courts, and swimming pool. Families must pay before 3:15pm. Members: Free Non-Members: $8/family, Sundays only

Playroom Service The playroom child care service is for children ages 6 weeks to 6 years while their parents are at the Y. Monday—Friday: 8:30am-11:00am Monday—Friday: 5:00pm-7:30pm Saturday: 8:45am-12:00pm Payment for playroom services is by playroom cards only. Cards can be purchased at the front desk and come in increments of $12 or $24. Fee: $2.00 per child per hour

Rental of the Y The Y is available for overnight lock-ins and other events. Call Lori Austin for more details.

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Parent & Toddler Stay-4-Play Parent & Toddler Stay-4-Play is an opportunity for toddlers and pre-schoolers to be active with their parent(s) through games and activities in the gym. This is a parent run class, so come and enjoy some time away from home with your children. Toy cars, balls, nets, a parachute, and other equipment will be available for the children to play with. You may also bring your ride-on toys to use in the gym. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30am-12:00pm. Children 0-12 months are free. Members: Free Non-Members: $2 per child, max $5 per family


The 3:30 Fit Club is for 6th & 7th grade students that want to have fun and be active after school. Participating in this program will help students burn off extra energy, experience different avenues of fitness, and learn about living a healthy lifestyle. After completing a session of the

3:30 Fit Club, students receive a free membership to the Y for one year! For more information contact Susie at the Y. Ask about transportation from Southwest Middle School to the Y after school. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:45pm. Session 1: September 17-October 31 Session 2: November 5-December 19

Teen Night Teens may enter the Family Y free of charge on Fridays by presenting their Student ID from Southwest Middle School. Albert Lea Senior High School students may attend with their ID for $2.00. See gym and pool schedule for hours.

Team Trainings Team trainings are for groups of 5 or more athletes of any kind or any age. Whether your sport is hockey, wrestling or Tough Mudding, these group trainings are designed to push your team to the next level of fitness specific to their sport. Groups will meet twice a week for one hour for 7 weeks. Members: $70 Non-Members: $140

Summer Camp 2014 It’s never too early to think about what the kids are going to do this summer! The Y’s Summer Day Camp program is for children who just finished Kindergarten through 6th grade. Daily activities include games, crafts, sports, learning opportunities and swimming! In addition to the daily activities, campers also take part in canoeing, hiking, bowling, and field trips to local attractions. Past field trips include Waseca Water Park, Bounce World, and Como Zoo. Camp beings Monday, June 9. Call the Y for more details.

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Youth & Family

3:30 Fit Club


Personal Training

Based on your specific fitness goals, your personal trainer will work with you one-on-one to provide exercise prescription and hands-on feedback. Fill out paperwork at the front desk to request a trainer. Costs are based on one-hour trainings. Members: $25/single one-hour training $84/package of 4 one-hour trainings Non-Members: $42/single one-hour training $168/package of 4 one hour trainings

Small Group Training Small group training consists of 2-4 people who want to work with a trainer. This is a great, cost effective way to get the results that are catered to your groups’ goals. Prices are the same no matter the number of people in your group. Members: $84/package of 8 one-hour trainings Non-Members: $168/package of 8 one-hour trainings

Team Trainings

Adult Fitness

Team trainings are for groups of 5 or more athletes of any kind or any age. Whether your sport is hockey, wrestling or Tough Mudding, these group trainings are designed to push your team to the next level of fitness specific to their sport. Groups will meet twice a week for one hour for 7 weeks. Members: $70 Non-Members: $140

New!

Indoor Triathlon

Test your stamina and race against the clock! The Y will be hosting it’s first ever indoor triathlon. You will be allotted a certain amount of time for each event and your goal is to cover as much distance as you can in that amount of time. You will be given 5-10 minutes to transition to each event. Points will be awarded for distance covered and racers will be ranked according to total points accumulated. First through third place for age and gender groups. You can register as an individual or perform the race with a team! Swimming: Biking: Running:

Pool Spinning Bikes Gym Track

10 minutes 30 minutes 20 minutes

Saturday, February 22, 2014 First wave starts 9:00am Waves will be assigned after registration. Register at the front desk or online at RunReg.com! Individual Race Members: $25 Individual Race Non-Members: $40 Team Race Members: $20/person Team Race Non-Member: $35/person

Winter hat included with registration. Proceeds go to the Youth Fund Drive.

SilverSneakers® Fitness Program SilverSneakers is the nation’s leading older adult fitness program aiming to improve strength, endurance, flexibility, agility, and coordination. SilverSneakers memberships to the Family Y are provided with Humana, Medica or BCBS Platinum Blue Insurance Plans. Contact your insurance provider to see if you are eligible for a Y membership. For more information, contact the front desk. SilverSneakers classes are also offered. Classes are free for members or $5 per class time for non-members.

Fitness Assessments A fitness assessment can include one or all of the following: resting blood pressure, body fat analysis, strength and/or endurance , and flexibility. Call the Y to schedule an appointment. Members: $15 Non-Members: $25

Fountain Lake 5 Orientations Whether you’re new to working out, new to our facility or a long time fitness pro, a Y staff member can walk you through the proper way to use the equipment in our SMB room (where all the cardio and weight machines are located). Not only do we talk about equipment, we can educate you on the standard exercise recommendations and help you get started with a routine. We can answer questions such as: How often should I do cardio and strength training? How many minutes should I exercise? How much weight should I be lifting? How many reps should I do? To schedule an orientation contact Susie or the front desk! Orientations are free to members!

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The Fountain Lake 5 is a five mile run, jog, or walk around Fountain Lake and takes place on April 26. Entry includes a dry-fit t-shirt and post-race refreshments. Awards are given to the top male and female and to the 1st-3rd place finishers in each age group. The race starts and ends at Brookside school and is done in conjunction with the SWMS Tiger Trot 5k. Children’s fun runs also take place the same morning at Brookside. Look for brochures at the Y for more details.

Proceeds go to the Youth Fund Drive.


Land Classes

CSI: Cardio Strength Interval Alternate segments of cardio and strength training exercises and you got one great workout! Get in as many reps as you can (or care to) in each time segment and modify each exercise to your liking; this is why all levels are welcome! No dance-like choreography, just exercise. Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week Kettlebells Your instructor will guide you through a series of power and momentum based movements using the kettlebell. This is an intense cardio and strength training workout rolled into one. You must be orientated to kettlebells prior to attending class. Orientations are made on the first class of the session or by appointment with the instructor. Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week SilverSneakers Classic Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement and ease of daily living. Dumbells, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance and a chair is used for seated and/ or standing support. Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week Step and Tone A class that performs choreography using the step platform and also mixes in other toning exercises. A tried and true classic! Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week Lean Body Strength Training Strength training for the entire body! The first 45 minutes alternates between the body’s major muscle groups. The last 15 minutes includes floor work—anything from pilates and yoga to resistance ball and mat work. *It’s recommended that you warm up

for 5-10 minutes prior to class.

Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week Mat Conditioning Using pilates, yoga and other body weight exercises, this class aims to strengthen the core and a variety of other muscle groups. This gentle, no-impact class still packs a punch so expect to sweat! Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week

Tabata

Tabata is the training method that aims to improve both your aerobic and anaerobic capacities in one workout. In layman’s terms: a high intensity interval challenge! This class is great for those who want hard and fast workout in a short amount of time. Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week Yoga Tighten and tone the body, enhance balance, improve flexibility and build core strength through different yoga poses and focused breathing. This mind-body workout improves health, athletic performance and mental acuity in people of all ages and fitness levels! Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week YogaFit for Seniors These series of poses and methods will allow seniors to increase muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, and stamina. The class also promotes a deeper mind/body connection that will help mental acuity and stress reduction. Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week

ZUMBA

This is a high energy cardio class that utilizes Latin music and dance to energize and strengthen your entire body. Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week

YOU TALKED, WE LISTENED. Starting January 1, 2014 all fitness classes are included with membership. Yes, including cycling and kettlebell classes! Non-Members are welcome to take fitness classes on a per session basis They will be issued a “Class Only” card to be presented at the Front Desk. Sorry, there are no make-ups or refunds for missed classes.

Water Classes

Deep Water Workout Because this class is done in the deep water, zero impact is experienced by the joints. Intermediate and advanced levels. No swimming experience is needed, a float belt may be worn. Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week Swimnastics Enjoy a refreshing workout as you tone and strengthen muscles and increase flexibility. This shallow water class enables you to exercise with less strain and impact on joints. Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week Joints in Motion This water exercise class is for any age male or female that experiences mobility issues such as arthritis, MS, or injuries. The low impact movements and range of motion exercises will keep your body healthy and your joints moving. (Formerly known as Rusty Hinges). Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week Joints in Motion 2 This class is the advanced more intense version of the Joints in Motion class. Class includes range of movement exercises, low and high impact movements, intensity intervals, and strength training. Keep your body moving and healthy! Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week

Cycling Classes Indoor Cycling Your instructor will simulate a group ride as you travel on flat roads, climb hills, chase the pack, or race to the finish line! All levels welcome. Non-Member: $28 per session/one day a week Perpetual Motion per·pet·u·al; adjective. Continuing or enduring forever; everlasting. This class alternates bouts of cycling and bouts of strength training off the bike. A great combination of strength and cardio that will leave you asking for more! Non-Member: $28 per session/one day a week Cycle Kettlebells

Cycling and kettlebells are both great high energy workouts, so why not combine them into one? This class alternates segments of cycling and kettlebell exercises for a total calorie blast. You must be orientated to kettlebells prior to attending class. Orientations are made on the first class of the session or by appointment with the instructor. Non-Member: $28 per session/one day a week

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Group Fitness Classes

Cardio Combo Come for a great well rounded workout that spends equal amounts of time focusing on cardio, upper body and lower body exercises. Non-Members: $28 per session/one day a week


Swim Lessons

Parent-Toddler Swim Lessons (1&2 yr olds) Parent-Preschool Swim Lessons (3&4 yr olds) Parents/guardians are in the water with the child. This is an instructor led class intended to help young children become comfortable and safe in and around water. Techniques will be taught to help orient their children to the water and to supervise water activities in a safe manner. These classes involve both parent and child in the water. Parent and child will focus on floating and basic skills. Members: $31 Non-Members: $46

YMCA Swim Lessons The Albert Lea Family Y’s curriculum offers different skill levels that emphasizes stroke mechanics, water games, personal safety, rescue skills and stamina. Please see the Y swim lessons flyer to see how the Y levels compare to Red Cross levels and to find out which level best suits your swimmer. Registration begins two weeks before the first lesson of each session. Levels with fewer than two swimmers may be cancelled or combined with a group one level above or below. Members: $31 Non-Members: $46

Mondays and Wednesdays January 6-22 Parent/Toddler (1 & 2 yr. olds) Ray Parent/Preschool (3 & 4 yr. olds) Ray Starfish Polliwog

6:00-6:30 pm 6:00-6:30pm 6:35-7:05 pm 6:35-7:05 pm 7:10-7:40 pm 7:10-7:40 pm

February 3-19 Ray Starfish Ray Polliwog Polliwog Guppy/Minnow

6:00-6:30 pm 6:00-6:30 pm 6:35-7:05 pm 6:35-7:05 pm 7:10-7:40 pm 7:10-7:40 pm

March 10-26

Levels: Ray (5 yr olds and up) Starfish Polliwog Guppy Minnow

Parent/Toddler (1 & 2 yr. olds)

6:00-6:30 pm

Ray

6:00-6:30pm

Parent/Preschool (3 & 4 yr. olds)

6:35-7:05 pm

Ray

6:35-7:05 pm

Starfish

7:10-7:40 pm

Polliwog

7:10-7:40 pm

April 7-23 6:00-6:30 pm

Starfish

6:00-6:30 pm

Ray

6:35-7:05 pm

Polliwog

6:35-7:05 pm

Polliwog

7:10-7:40 pm

Guppy/Minnow

7:10-7:40 pm

May 5-21

Private Swim Lessons—Youth & Adult

Aquatics

Ray

Private swim lessons allow you to work at your own pace with an instructor. Learn to swim for the first time or perfect certain strokes. Schedule your classes around your schedule. Contact the Y for scheduling information. Participants must fill out a registration form. One 30-minute lesson Members: $15 Non-Members: $20 Six 30-minute lessons Members: $75 Non-Members: $95 A second family member may join in the lessons at the same time for the following prices. Members: $32 Non-Members: $52

Parent/Toddler (1 & 2 yr. olds) Ray Parent/Preschool (3 & 4 yr. olds) Ray Starfish Polliwog

6:00-6:30 pm 6:00-6:30pm 6:35-7:05 pm 6:35-7:05 pm 7:10-7:40 pm 7:10-7:40 pm

Waiting Lists We would like every opportunity to serve you. If a class you want fills before you register or is not offered, you may place your name on a waiting list. Additional classes may be added to accommodate the waiting lists.

Red Cross Lifeguarding For ages 15 and older. Red Cross Lifeguarding is a national certificate that is recognized by many organizations. Those who successfully complete this course will receive certification in life guarding, first aid and CPR/AED for the professional rescuer. Prerequisites include a minimum age of 15 and strong swimming ability. For more information, contact Robyn Sailor.

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POOL SCHEDULE Effective September 9, 2013

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Lap Swim 5:45-8:00am

Lap Swim 5:45-8:00am

Lap Swim 5:45-8:00am

Lap Swim 5:45-8:00am

Lap Swim 5:45-8:00am

Swimnastics 8:30-9:15am

Open/Lap 8:15-9:00am

Swimnastics 8:30-9:15am

Open/Lap 8:15-9:00am

Swimnastics 8:30-9:15am

Open/Lap 9:15-11:30am

Open Swim 1:303:15pm

Deep Water Workout 9:00-10:00am Open 10:00-11:30am

Open/Lap 9:15-11:30am

Deep Water Workout 9:00-10:00am Open 10:00-11:30am

Open/Lap 9:15-11:30am

Lap Swim 11:45am12:55pm

Lap Swim 11:45 am12:55pm

Lap Swim 11:45am12:55pm

Lap Swim 11:45 am12:55pm

Lap Swim 11:45 am12:55pm

Joints in Motion

Joints in Motion

Joints in Motion

Joints in Motion

Joints in Motion

1:00-1:45pm

1:00-1:45pm

1:00-1:45pm

1:00-1:45pm

1:00-1:45pm

Pool Closed 1:45-3:30pm

Pool Closed 1:45-3:30pm

Pool Closed 1:45-3:30pm

Pool Closed 1:45-3:30pm

Pool Closed 1:45-3:30pm

Swim Team 3:30-4:50pm

Swim Team 3:30-5:00pm

Swim Team 3:30:-4:50pm

Swim Team 3:30-5:00pm

Swim Team 3:30-4:50pm

Saturday

Lap Swim 8:00am11:00am Open/Lap 11:0012:00pm

Open Swim 12:154:30pm

All scheduled Swim Team time will change to Open/Lap when the swim season ends. Lap Swim 3:304:30pm

Lap Swim 5:00-6:00pm Swim Lessons 6-8pm

Deep Water Workout 5:30-6:15pm

Lap Swim 5:00-6:00pm

Joints in Motion 2

6:30-7:15pm

Swim Lessons 6-8pm

Deep Water Workout 5:30-6:15pm Joints in Motion 2

6:30-7:15pm

Lap Swim 5:00-6:00pm Open Swim 6:15-8:00pm

Pool Classification Lap Swim: Open to all ages for the purpose of swimming laps. Open/Lap: Two Lane max. will be set up for lap swimming. Open Swim: All ages open to free swim. Children under age 8 must have a responsible person in pool with them. No lap lanes will be in pool for open swim.

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Pool closed on dates when there is a swim meet. Class and lesson times are for those individuals only unless otherwise noted. The Albert Lea Family Y reserves the right to close the pool at anytime for reasons of public safety and to make modifications in pool schedules as circumstances may require.

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(507) 373-6161

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NON-PROFIT ORG US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT #274 ALBERT LEA, MN

ALBERT LEA FAMILY Y 2021 West Main Street Albert Lea, MN 56007 507-373-8228 www.ymcaal.org

ALBERT LEA FAMILY Y 2021 West Main Street Albert Lea, MN 56007 507-373-8228 www.ymcaal.org

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

YOUTH FUND DRIVE

Our annual Youth Fund Drive and our local United Way enables us to say YES when disadvantaged persons request assistance for programs and memberships. Help us help our community and reach our goalYOUTH of $125,000 in 2014. The Y uses your gift to make FUND DRIVE a meaningful, impact right your ownUnited neighborhood. There several op- disOur annualenduring Youth Fund Drive andinour local Way enables us are to say YES when tionsadvantaged to give: cash or check, monthly bank draft, or onlineand payment on our website, persons request assistance for programs memberships. Help us help www.ymcaal.org. Ask the front desk if you have questions about giving! our community and reach our goal of $125,000 in 2014. The Y uses your gift to make a meaningful, enduring impact right in your own neighborhood. There are several options to give: cash or check, monthly bank draft, or online payment on our website, www.ymcaal.org. Ask the front desk if you have questions about giving! 12

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Albert Lea Family Y Winter/Spring 2014 Program Guide