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FALL 2012

program & membership guide Fall Session | Sep 9 - Dec 8, 2012 Member Registration | Aug 14, 2012 at 7:00pm

Fall Session | Sep 9 - Dec 8, 2012 2 Volunteer Board of Directors

Community Advisory Board

Tad Waldbauer, Chair Robert J. Lomauro, President/CEO Jody C. D’Agostini, Chair Elect A.Q. Orza II, Vice Chair Kevin Martyn, Treasurer Finn Caspersen, Jr., Secretary Robert S. Raymar, Immediate Past Chair Sara Angeletti Paul Boudreau Diane Carr Amita Dasmahapatra, M.D. Anne Fritz Gail F. Granowitz, M.D. Patricia Hurley Mark Irwin Leonard Korn Kevin Martyn Tanya McAusland Richard McMahon John O. McManus Roseanne Mirabella, Ph.D Tom Moschello W. Rodman Ryan Mike Tannenbaum Greg Toombs

Paul Boudreau, Chair Richard Bellingham Diana Boquist Bob Boye Meg F. Catalano Mary M. Chandor David J. Connolly, Jr. Kevin Coughlin Christopher J. Daggett Susan O. Doherty Denis J. Dooley, II Lois Gagnon James G. Gibson Harvey Homan Harold Imperatore William T. Knox, IV Lauren Luik Peter C. Olsen Michael Osterman Stephen W. Parker Leslie C. Quick F. Fox Stoddard Jack Welch

Teen Advisors Vincent Coppola Kanya Shah

Program & Membership Staff Abbey Arwady, Director of Youth Development, 766-7898 ext. 342 Peter Barry, Director of Competitive Aquatics, 630-3531 Carole Bell, Risk Management/Quality Officer, 630-3515 Mike Biskup, Music Coordinator, 630-3517 Tina Costello, Director of School Age Child Care, 766-7898 ext. 331 Megan Cudia, Membership Admin. Coordinator, 766-7898 ext. 350 Troy DeLorenzo, Safety Coordinator, 766-7898 ext. 595 Jeff de Zutter, Sports Coordinator, 766-7898 ext. 601 Kim de Zutter, Sr. Director of Family Services, 630-3507 Sue Diebold, Sr. Director of Healthy Living, 630-3522 Karen DiGiovanni, Program Registration Coordinator, 630-3528 Suzanne Fischl, Dir. of Membership Operations, 630-3505 Jenn Grys, Associate Wellness Director, 766-7898 ext. 403 Catherine Heldt, Cheerleading Coordinator, 766-7898 ext. 540 Lauren Hirtes, Director of Special Needs, 766-7898 ext. 405 Mirna Mazick, Financial Assistance Coordinator, 766-7898 ext. 346 Mary McCabe, Adventure Guides Coordinator, 766-7898 ext. 120 Holly Monachino, Associate Director of School Age Child Care, 766-7898 ext. 330 Duke Munzer, Director of Aquatic Operations and Instructional Programs, 766-7898 ext. 518 Suzi Pellegrino, Sr. Aquatics Director, 766-7898 ext. 604 Jessica Prakopcyk, Director of Arts, Dance & Gymnastics 766-7898 ext. 544 Laurie Reynolds, Senior Outreach Coordinator, 766-7898 ext. 341 Sally Roser, Director of Child Care, 630-3523 Kate Russo, Sr. Director of Membership Services, 766-7898 ext. 590 Michael Surella, Director of Sports & Wellness, 766-7898 ext. 519 Jackie Surette, Membership Service Coordinator, 766-7898 ext. 362 Sue Thomas, Party Coordinator/Program Asst., 630-3512 Sylvia Velez, Director of Volunteer Services, 630-3530 Fred Wasiak, Chief Operating Officer, 766-7898 ext. 524

table of contents Membership Information Registration Information Important Information Preschool/Youth Programs Family Nights/Kidz Korner Gymnastics Cheerleading Teen Programs Dance/Arts Sports/Karate Health and Wellness Aquatics/Swim Team Active Older Adults Special Needs/Bethel Ridge Community Programs

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Upcoming Events September 2 – 8 Come Play at the Y September 14 Family Night September 20 Zumba ® under the Tent 7pm September 22 Strong Dogs Day October Member Get a Member Refer a member and receive an on-line credit. October 5 Family Night October 14 International Family Day October 14-23 Mental Health First Aid November 2 Family Night November 15 Member Appreciation Day Special classes and treats for you! November 15 Volunteer Recognition Night December 7 Family Night

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Membership has its benefits! Category



(One Time Fee)

Family Single Parent Family Adult (24yrs+) Senior (65yrs+) Senior Couple Young Adult (18-23yrs) Teen (13-17yrs) Youth (12 & under)

$150 $120 $100 $75 $125 $65 $50 $25

Annual Total


(New Members Only)

$1238 $963 $867 $608 $859 $522 $409 $186

$1388 $1083 $967 $683 $984 $587 $459 $211

Monthly Total

(2 mo. + Initiation)

$103 $80 $72 $51 $72 $44 $34 N/A

$356 $280 $244 $177 $269 $153 $118 N/A

*Corporate partnerships are available; for details please contact

Membership Descriptions Annual: Annual memberships are valid for 1 year and are non-transferable or refundable. Renewal of annual membership must be completed within 30 days of the expiration date or will be subject to repayment of the Joining Fee. Monthly E-Pay: Upon joining, payment of the first 2 months of dues is required. An automatic monthly withdrawal will begin the following month from either a bank account or credit card. This is an ongoing deduction that remains in effect until a 30 day written notice is provided via our cancellation form. This means one final monthly draft will be charged after notice is submitted. Payment of fees must be kept current, or membership will be subject to cancellation. E-mail and phone call cancellations are not permitted. * All new members and membership changes must have photo ID. Safety & Security Facility Usage Each individual must stop to scan in at the Welcome Center to gain access to the facility. If you do not have a card, please see a Member Service representative to reissue you another. All members are required to have a picture on file. Children age 10yrs and under must be supervised at all times. Kidz Korner is available for $3 for 2 hours per child.

Guest Policy

· Annual memberships of Family, Adult, Single Parent, Senior, Senior Couple and Young Adult are permitted to bring a guest. Guests are NOT permitted on short–term memberships. (e.g., summer, college break, etc.)

· Valid photo I.D. required.

· A guest is one individual.

· Members must accompany guests at all times when visiting the YMCA and are responsible for their guest’s conduct.

· Each guest may visit the facility five (5) times annually before they are asked to join. After five visits, the cost per visit is $20.

· All guests must fill out a Guest Pass Waiver and have their ID verified upon first visit.

· Guests under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian sign the waiver.

Your membership includes so much...

• Use of Wellness Centers, featuring free weight areas with various strength training equipment; Precor Ellipticals; Cybex Bikes; Cybex and Technogym Treadmills*; Arc Trainers* • Over 200 programs and classes each session at member rates • Member rates for personal training and nutritional counseling with certified trainers • Fun Filled Drop-off Kidz Korner areas • 3 pools including : 2 six–lane, 25 yard indoor pools and a recreation family pool complete with slide and water play features • Full–size Gymnasium with scheduled open basketball times, open family gym times and fun family activities • Kinesis studio and freestanding Kinesis equipment • More than 50 + Group Exercise classes weekly including BodyPump ®, Spin ®, willPower & grace ® Pilates, and Zumba ® • Lively Senior Drop-In Programs on Tuesdays and Thursdays • Yoga classes for Senior, Beginner, Mixed Level, Vinyasa, Kids and Special Needs • Adventure Guides and Y Trail Programs

Strong Kids Financial Assistance

The Somerset Hills YMCA welcomes deserving individuals unable to pay the full cost of programs and/or memberships. Financial Assistance is available to those in need. Please contact Mirna Mazick (908)766-7898, ext. 346 or email at Applications available at the Welcome Center or on our website.

The Gift of the Y Give someone you love the gift of the Y. Membership and Program Gift Certificates are available. Call (908)766-7898 ext. 500 or visit the Welcome Center today!

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registration information

Member registration begins on Tuesday, August 14th at 7:00pm. On Friday, August 17th at 10:00am, registration opens up to potential members of the Somerset Hills YMCA. If you have any registration questions, please contact Karen DiGiovanni (908) 630-3528.




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• All registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. • Individuals must use our online system to register. If you have previously registered through our online system, your User ID and Password are already set up. • Your current email must always be on record with the YMCA for your ease in registering and receiving your registration confirmation. • If you need to update your email, please do so prior to the start of registration by contacting Karen DiGiovanni at (908)630-3528 or e-mailing: • If you already have an account set up but have forgotten or misplaced your login and password, you may click “Retrieve Login” and type in your email address. Your login and password will be sent to you via email. • We encourage people to familiarize themselves with the online registration offerings and process prior to registration day. Please visit our website to review a detailed description of the courses, registration process, class availability, to check your account, or to make a payment (including E-Pay credit card/bank draft payments). Please view the “Registration FAQs” section under programs to find directions on how to register for programs using your online credit. • If you are a first-time registrant, you must first set up your account in order to get a User ID and password.

Class Refund/Credit Policy:

• Requests for a credit of your class fee must be submitted in writing on a Credit Request Form (available at the Welcome Centers) prior to the start of the third week of the program session. • Please note that after Week 2 of the class session, credits will be issued for medical reasons only (requests must be accompanied by a Doctor’s note). Credits are for the rest of the season, not for individual classes. • Credits will be pro-rated based on the number of classes attended. A $5.00 processing fee will be charged if you change or drop a class, unless the change is due at the request or need of the YMCA. • For details on this policy and how to access your online credit, please go to our website. • Credits or refunds are not given for closings due to weather or emergency situations.

Memberships and initiation fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. To learn more about “How to Register” for programs, please visit, click on Programs, then Fall 2012 guide.

Financial Assistance recipients may register online.

If you have questions regarding payment or registration, please contact Mirna Mazick (908)766-7898, ext. 346.

Sick Policy: For the health of other children and instructors, please do not bring your child to class if they are sick. We maintain the right to send your child home if the child has symptoms of a contagious illness.

Fall Session | Sep 9 - Dec 8, 2012

important information Severe Weather Policy In case of inclement weather, individuals are encouraged to call the YMCA at (908)766-7898 ext. 500 for information regarding program cancellations, delayed openings of the facility or closures. You may also receive updates by visiting our website at During our winter season we will make every effort to remain open. However, we do want to make sure that all our members and staff remain safe during any inclement weather situation and reserve the right to delay our opening or close the facility when deemed necessary. If we choose to delay the opening or close the facility, we will make that decision by 4:00 a.m. Monday-Friday, and by 5:00 a.m. on the weekends. Classes canceled due to weather will not be made up and credits will not be issued. (Please note ALL POOLS will close in the event of a Thunderstorm )

Cancellations & Changes The YMCA reserves the right to: • Cancel classes if insufficient enrollment • Close in inclement weather • Change schedule, rates and fees without prior notice when necessary • Cancel classes for special events

The YMCA will be closed on:

Hours of Operation for Mt. Airy Sunday Mon-Thu Friday Saturday

7:00am-6:00pm 5:15am-10:30pm 5:15am-10:00pm 6:00am-8:00pm

Hours of Operation for Riverwalk Sunday Mon-Thu Friday Saturday

7:00am-6:00pm 5:15am-10:30pm 5:15am-8:00pm 6:00am-6:00pm

Kidz Korner at Mount Airy Road Mon-Thu Friday Saturday


8:30am-8:00pm 8:30am-5:00pm 8:30am-2:00pm

Labor Day Monday September 3rd Thanksgiving Day Thursday November 22nd

Program Break Week NOVEMBER 18th-24th

Kidz Korner at Riverwalk Mon-Fri Saturday

8:30am-1:00pm 8:30am-12:00pm

Prices are listed in this guide with the Member Pricing followed by Potential Member Pricing ( $M/$PM ). •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• -Come Play At The YSeptember 2 nd - 8 th, enjoy youth, adult and active older adult classes for FREE. All members and potential members are welcome. Please visit our website and view our “Come Play at the Y” schedule . Plus: Join the Y by 9/8 and receive a $25 credit to be used towards your membership or program registration. Please contact for additional information

♥ Join us! We could use you. ♥ Volunteering can make a real difference in the lives of your neighbors and community, and greatly impact your own life in a positive way. You give and you get. Here at the Y, we cherish our volunteers. We honestly don’t know where we’d be without them. The Somerset Hills YMCA currently has over 900 individuals, youth and adults, making a difference by volunteering their time, energy, and skills in various ways. Whether you assist with one project or offer us a lifetime of your precious time, we are always grateful. That’s the way it is here at the Y. The Somerset Hills YMCA was created by the community in order to serve the community. Our goal to help build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities is made possible because of people like you. We are volunteer founded, volunteer based and volunteer led.

Interested in volunteering?


Call Sylvia Velez at (908)630-3530 or email

The Somerset Hills YMCA

General Questions? (908)766-7898 EXT 500 Mount Airy Rd. - MA EXT 400 Riverwalk - RW

We strengthen the foundations of community.

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preschool & youth programs Millicent Fenwick Day Care Center Ages 18mos.- 5yrs

Friday Family Nights

School Age Child Care

9/14, 10/5, 11/2, 12/7

Our state certified day care center is open from 7:30am-6:00pm, Mon-Fri. All programs are led by certified teachers and highly qualified assistants. Our programs include lunch and a mid-afternoon snack. All offerings are full time Monday-Friday. Please contact Sally Roser (908)630-3523 • Waddler Program (18 - 24 mos.) • Toddler Program (2 - 3yrs.) • Preschool 1 (3 - 4yrs.) • Preschool 2 (4 - 5yrs.) The YMCA offers Before and After School Programs at Bedwell School in Bernardsville, Bedminster Elementary, and After Care at A.L.T., Woodland, Central and Mt. Horeb Schools in Warren and at the Y for Bernards Twp. Contact Tina Costello at (908)766-7898 ext. 331

Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts

Earn your badges with the Y! We can accommodate up to 20 scouts in many different fields of study including fine art, architecture, design, graphic arts, music, painting, pottery, sculpture, dance, swimming, safety, rock climbing, fitness, aquatics or wellness. We will help your scouts succeed. Contact Sue Thomas (908)630-3512

YMCA Adventure Guides

This program is for children and their fathers or their male role models. The children must be in Kindergarten through 3rd grade. The purpose of this program is to strengthen the father-childbond. Each month, father-child pairs meet in small groups called“circles” for games, crafts, and refreshments. “Expedition events” are open to all participants of the program andmay include campouts, museum overnights, dad/daughter dances, sporting events, and more! The Adventure Guides also sponsor a Food Drive in the fall and special evenings such as Santa’s visit to the Y on a fire truck, rollerblading parties and other fun events. All returning members must be registered by September 1st or they will not be able to participate in the fall campouts. New member registration will take place in earlySeptember. There will be an Adventure Guides Kick-off Party on September 9 from 1-4pm in the YMCA Teen Center. All interested parties are urged to contact Mary McCabe in late August if you are thinking about joining in thefall. Mary McCabe can be reached at (908)766-7898 x120 or at $45 per person or $90 dad/child

Y Trail Program

Trail Blazers – Fathers & Sons Grades 4-8th Trail Mates – Fathers & Daughters Grade 4-8th This is an exciting and challenging program for fathers and their older children. This past year, theTrail Mates went white water rafting on the Lehigh River.While the Trail Blazers went winter camping at Frost Valley, the Trail Mates went for a ski weekend at Sno Mountain in Scranton, PA. In the spring,the Trail Mates went on an overnight horseback riding and tent camping trip in Blairstown and the Trail Blazers spent the weekend camping at YMCA Camp in Greenville, NY. In addition to these activities, members of the Y Trail Program are invited to participate in some of the open Adventure Guides activities such as the Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions.

$25 per person or $50 dad/child

Adventure Guides and Y Trail Program are FREE to full family members. There are additional costs associated with the campouts and overnights.

Friday Family Nights are BACK! Come bring your family and friends for a night of fun! Each family night will include a variety of activities such as swimming, special shows, crafts, and a pasta dinner. Individuals may register for each Family Night by using our on-line system or visiting our Welcome Centers at either Riverwalk or Mt. Airy. Pre-Registration is required and must be done by the day before the scheduled family night to ensure we have enough food and supplies for each event. Check our website for detailed information regarding each Family Night. Contact Abbey Arwady at 6:00-8:00pm

$10/$20per family

Kidz Korner Ages 10yrs and under

(Available at Mt.Airy & Riverwalk) Children can play while parents/guardians enjoy the many activities offered at the Y. Available Monday through Saturday, with a two hour time limit. Parents must remain on site, labeled snacks allowed. Please see hours on page 5. •$3 per daily drop-in

•$20 Blue card ( 7 Visits )

•$60 Yellow card ( 20 Visits )

Baby Time

Children 3 to 6 months - From 12:00-3:00pm (please call one hour before for space availability)

Kidz Karetakers

(Mt.Airy) Kidz Karetakers lets you take a class or work out while your children have fun. Sign your children in at Kidz Korner and the staff will bring your child to class. Monday - Friday from 9:00am-6:00pm Saturdays 9:00am-12:00pm Free with your Kidz Korner punch card

The Y at your school!

We are excited to be bringing some of the programs you enjoy at our Y right to your school! Sign up and your child will be brought right from their classroom or after school program to our great activities! All days and times will be available online and distributed in the after care programs. Sessions will be determined by each school’s schedule. Available at BEDWELL, BEDMINSTER, and GREEN BROOK sites.


This class will work on basic tumbling skills as well as enhance any child’s current skills.

Hip Hop

Learn movement and technique in the fun hip hop style that this age group loves! Class is open to first, second and third year hip hop dancers.


Learn the basics of all different mediums while learning about the artists who paved the way.

Tutor Time! Ages 5-14yrs

Does your child need a quiet space to do their homework while having the assistance of high school aged tutors? We provide students in K-8 with FREE tutors in an academically conducive environment with their peers doing the same! All students must come to tutoring with their homework and/or projects and extra material to work on when they are done. Our high school tutors are excited about helping children younger than them succeed and gain self confidence. Contact Abbey Arwady at Tuesdays Thursdays

4:00-6:30pm 4:00-6:30pm



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please see the next page for class pricing and schedules

Register for these progressive classes each session. PRESCHOOL PROGRESSIVE CLASSES


Tumbling Twos Ages 2-3yrs

Tumbling Ages 5+yrs

This class is for the child who is ready to tumble. Emphasis will be on learning social skills, body awareness, flexibility, safety knowledge and listening skills all while having FUN!

Intro to Acro Ages 3-5yrs

During this 45 minute class, children are introduced and taught numerous acrobatic skills with partners and without. By the end of the year, students will demonstrate a complete routine of tumbling to music.

Tumbling classes include strength conditioning, Tumble Trak, and spring floor. If unsure about placement regarding your child, please schedule an evaluation or speak to a coach. Instructor will have final decision on proper placement levels for all students. Beginner – Tumbling for the novice gymnast and cheerleader. Intermediate – Master cartwheels, power hurdle round-offs, back bends, front and back walkovers, front handsprings and more. Advanced – Students learn multiples, variations, front and back tumbling, with a focus on proper form and safety.

Jumper Jr. Ages 3-4yrs

Roller Ages 5+yrs (Level I)

(Must be 3 before the first class and be potty trained) This is the perfect class for first time participants to spread their wings. Each week class will begin with a group warm-up and stretch, then participants will rotate through 2-3 preschool events with progression towards new skills. Developing listening skills and safety awareness is a prime goal of this class. Guardian participation is acceptable until the teacher determines otherwise.

Jumper I Ages 3 ½-4yrs

The perfect next step for our students who have graduated from our Jumper Jr. program and are ready to continue building on the basics they have already mastered. Guardian participation is acceptable until the teacher determines otherwise.

Jumper II

(Must be 4 by first class) This 45 minute class is for our 4 year old Jumper Jr. & Jumper I graduates. Participants must be able to follow circuits, perform basic gymnastics skills, and be ready to work on bridges, cartwheels and handstands.

Jumper III

(Pre-requisite-Jumper II) This 45 minute class is the perfect environment for our 4 year old participants who have already mastered the basics in Jumper II. Students will be introduced to a more challenging gymnastics environment while still having lots of fun.

Children are strongly encouraged to complete beginner tumbling before advancing to this class. This one hour co-ed class includes basic gymnastics instruction on vault, uneven bars, balance beam, Tumble Trak and floor exercise, as well as safety skills. Participants will learn USAG compulsory Level I routines.

Swinger Ages 5+yrs (Level II)

(Instructor recommendation only) This one hour co-ed class is for our students who have mastered the basics including; Vault: squat & straddle on. Uneven bars:pullover & back hip circle. Balance beam: forward & backward rolls. Floor: cartwheel, handstand, forward & backward rolls. Introduction to small connections using low-medium vault, bars, beam and floor will be taught. Participants will learn USAG compulsory Level II routines.

Kipper Ages 6+yr (Level III)

Introduction to advanced connections using high beams, bar, vault, and floor. Students must be able to Vault: handstand; Uneven bars: glide swing, counter swing; Balance beam: cartwheel handstand & learning dismounts; Floor: back walkover, leaps & jumps. Participants will learn USAG compulsory Level III routines.

Flyer Ages 6+yrs (Level IV)

(Instructor recommendation only) Introduction to advanced connections using high beams, bar, vault, and floor. Students must be able to Vault: handstand; Uneven bars: glide swing, counter swing; Balance beam: cartwheel, handstand, learning dismounts; Floor: back walkover, leaps & jumps. Participants will learn USAG compulsory Level IV routines.

Pre-Teen Gymnastics Ages 10+yrs

For the older beginner/intermediate gymnast seeking to learn new skills and expand existing ones using: bars, beam, floor, vault and Tumble Trak.

Sibling Gymnastics Ages 1-7yrs

Bare feet Long hair pulled back Leotards (no skirt attached) Leggings or sweats Shorts & form fitting t-shirts


What should my child wear to Gymnastics class? Yes No! Jewelry Jeans/buttons/zippers Dresses or skirts Oversized clothing Ornamental hair ties

This one hour class is for families with two or more children to take gymnastics class together. Youngest children must be at least proficient at walking. Emphasis is on getting children comfortable with using the gymnastics equipment and being in the Gymnastics Center. Socialization and safety are important components. Children must be accompanied by an adult parent/guardian who will be expected to participate and interact as part of the class.

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Tumbling Twos

Mon Tue

12:00-12:45pm 9:30-10:15am

$135/$270 $135/$270


Intro to Acro




Gym Waddler Ages 9 mos.-2 yrs Gym Toddler Ages 2-3 yrs

Jumper Jr.

Wed Wed Sat

11:15am-12:00pm $135/$270 1:30-2:15pm $135/$270 10:30-11:15am $135/$270

Jumper I

Mon Wed Wed Thu Thu Sat

12:45-1:30pm 11:15am-12:00pm 1:30-2:15pm 10:30-11:15am 12:45-1:30pm 10:30-11:15am

$135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270

Mon Mon Tue Wed Thu Thu Fri Jumper III Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

12:45-1:30pm 4:15-5:00pm 12:00-12:45pm 12:45-1:30pm 12:45-1:30pm 1:30-2:15pm 11:30am-12:15pm

$135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270

4:15-5:00pm 12:00-12:45pm 12:45-1:30pm 1:30-2:15pm 11:30am-12:15pm

$135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270 $135/$270

Beginner Tumbling Mon

Tue Tue

5:00-6:00pm 4:00-5:00pm 5:00-6:00pm

$160/$320 $160/$320 $160/$320

Int. Tumbling




Adv. Tumbling





Wed Thu Sat

4:00-5:00pm 4:00-5:00pm 1:00-2:00pm

$198/$396 $198/$396 $198/$396


Wed Thu Sat

5:00-6:00pm 5:00-6:00pm 1:00-2:00pm

$198/$396 $198/$396 $198/$396









Pre Teen Gymnastics Wed Thu

6:00-7:00pm 6:00-7:00pm

$198/$396 $198/$396

Sibling Gymnastics Sat

11:30am-12:30pm $262/$524

Open Gymnastics Tue

1:30-2:30pm 7:00-8:00pm 1:30-2:30pm 11:30am-12:30pm

These 45 minute Parent/Child classes offer little ones an opportunity to further develop strength, flexibility and social skills through a variety of age appropriate activities including group songs, equipment circuit, and parachute. Focus skills will be presented weekly. Gym Waddler Mon 9:45-10:30am $125/$250

Gym Toddler

Tue Wed Fri Sat

10:15-11:00am 10:30-11:15am 9:30-10:15am 9:30-10:15am

$125/$250 $125/$250 $125/$250 $125/$250

Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat

9:45-10:30am 10:15-11:00am 9:45-10:30am 10:30-11:15am 9:30-10:15am

$125/$250 $125/$250 $125/$250 $125/$250 $125/$250

NEW! Open Gymnastics Ages 5yrs & up

Need to work on the skills you’ve been learning in class? Maybe you just want to come have fun and play? Either way Open Gymnastics is for you, join us for our 1 hour sessions. Children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult.

Private Lessons Ages 5yrs & up

Private Gymnastics lessons with qualified instructors are offered at a rate of $40.00 per half hour; semi-private lessons (2 participants) are offered at $70.00 per half hour. Scheduling depends upon availability of instructors and gym space. For details please contact Sue Thomas at (908)630-3512. (members only)

cheerleading Somerset Hills YMCA Cheerleading Coaches are USAG Safety Certified, trained to spot stunts appropriately, and experienced in coaching cheerleading and gymnastics. The Cheerleading program follows a progressive approach (similar to gymnastics) whereby participants do not progress to the next level stunt unless having demonstrated proficiency in skills that are appropriate for their age and ability.

All Star Cheerleading Ages 5-13+yrs*

During this full-year program cheerleaders will work on conditioning, stunting, tumbling, jumps, cheers, chants and dance. The Somerset Hills All-Star Cheerleading Squad, the “Cheetahs”, will participate in three competitions per year as well as perform at various Somerset Hills YMCA games, including cheering for the SHYMCA travel basketball team and at various community events. Program fee includes fees for the 3 competitions, additional optional competitions will be offered at additional entry fees. Tue 5-9yrs Tue 10-13yrs

6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm

$573/$1146 $573/$1146

*Mandatory uniforms are an additional fee of $125 and include cheer shell, skirt, bloomers, sneakers, socks and pom-poms.

Jumper II

Wed Fri Sat

$10 $10 $10 $10

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HOW TO MAKE A DEPOSIT Click on “View Cart” after selecting programs. You must select a participant. To select a participant, click on the square with the + sign in it. All family members will drop down to be selected. Click on the box next to the participant’s name and click “Check Out”. Click on + by the participants name. A box will drop down. See “make deposit” in blue on the lower-left-hand side, Click on it. Type in minimum deposit amount (shown in box) and click “save”. Click on box where it says “I accept and approve the liability waiver” and click submit. Enter credit card information and click submit. The amount should be the deposit amount only. The e-pay form will show up to be downloaded after you close your receipt. Please print the form, fill it out and return it to Karen DiGiovanni at 140 Mt. Airy Rd. Basking Ridge, NJ 07920, as soon as possible.

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teen programs NEW! Model UN Club Ages 14-18yrs

This program is designed to introduce students in grades 9-12 to the operations and structure of the United Nations, while providing an opportunity to increase awareness of other cultures. Students assume the role of UN delegates and debate current issues which affect the global community. The General Assembly is a culmination of the club’s work and will be held from January 4th – 6th in Hershey, PA. This program runs from Sept-Jan. Contact Abbey for specific meeting dates and times at Model UN Club $150 General Assembly $415(approx) (Includes, meals, lodging and transportation)

NEW! Youth & Government Club Ages 14-18yrs

This club, modeled after the state government, gives students a voice to debate and express their concerns. Delegates are expected to research various government policies and current state issues and prepare to initiate legislation for their annual 3-day conference at The State House in Trenton in April. Participants have opportunities to develop skills, make friends and learn how they can make a difference in their community! Program runs from January-April. Contact Abbey for specific meeting dates, times and additional information at Youth & Government Youth & Government Convention (Includes, meals, lodging and transportation)

$150 $400(approx)

NEW! Teen Leaders Club Ages 14-18yrs

Leaders Club is a group of students in grades 8 through 12 who are responsible and committed to making a difference, both locally and globally. The Club provides teens with knowledge, training, communication skills, and valuable team-building experiences through volunteering in YMCA programs and the community. Club members will have many opportunities for leadership training, service to others and personal growth. The Teen Leaders Club is founded upon the following tenets: Personal Challenge, Social Development, Leadership Skill Acquisition and Service to the Community. Club participants will also go on various trips throughout the year. Club meets bi-monthly begining Sep. 10. Contact Abbey Arwady at Mon


High School Tutors Ages 14-18yrs

Calling all high school students! Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children all while receiving community service hours? It’s a win-win! Join us for Tutor Time, a program in which high school students help younger children maximize their academic potential. Contact Abbey Arwady at Tuesdays Thursdays

4:00-6:30pm 4:00-6:30pm

Teen Scene Ages 11-14yrs

YMCA Teen Scene are specific nights designated for young teens to participate in a variety of activities in a safe, fun environment. Teen nights include movies, dancing, swimming, access to the teen center and the basketball gym! Teen Scene nights will be held once a month on either a Friday or a Saturday evening. Contact Abbey Arwady at TBA $8/$10

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Due to the cumulative nature of our dance classes, in which the students practice and train towards our end-of-the-year recital, our classes will meet over the course of the entire school year (Sept.-June). Beginning with our Fall Program registration, participants will sign up for the dance class or classes of their choice and registration will be complete for the year. Payment may be made in full for the school year or with the E-Pay Option.

Price does not include costumes for Recital.

Bitty Boppers Ages 3-5yrs

Not into ballet, but still want to dance? Then this class is for you! Join this preschool hip hop class and learn fun, energetic dance moves every week! Mon Tue Wed Fri

1:30-2:15pm 12:45-1:30pm 12:00-12:45pm 12:45-1:30pm


$384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768

Introduces ballet skills, dance vocabulary and creative movement. Tumbling will reinforce body awareness and flexibility. 11:15am-12:00pm 1:30-2:15pm 10:30-11:15am 11:15am-12:00pm 12:30-1:15pm 10:45-11:30am 9:15-10:00am


$384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768

Ballet/Tumble II Ages 4 & 5yrs

Prerequisite: Ballet/Tumble I. Refinement of ballet skills, dance vocabulary and creative movement. Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

12:00-12:45pm 11:15am-12:00pm 3:00-3:45pm 1:30-2:15pm 11:00-11:45am


$384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768 $384/$768

Ballet/Tap/Tumble Ages 4 ½ & 5yrs

Intro to basic tap steps and combinations. Continuation of ballet across the floor, center work and barre work. Wed Thu

12:45-1:45pm 1:30-2:30pm


$495/$990 $495/$990

Ballet/Tap I Ages 5 & 6yrs

This combination class is great! The children dance and develop an appreciation for music, rhythms and expression. Tue Sat

4:00-5:00pm 10:00-11:00am


$495/$990 $495/$990

Ballet/Tap II Ages 6 & 7yrs

Prerequisite: Ballet/Tap I. Skills already learned will be reinforced and built upon. Fri




Kidz Bop (Pre Hip Hop) Ages 6-8yrs

Kidz Bop is for children that cannot wait to take Hip Hop! This class will focus on keeping rhythm, using your creativity and having fun! Wed




Pre Pointe Ages 10+yrs

This class will prepare dancers for pointe shoes. It will teach them what pointe shoes will be like and how to prepare for them. Dancers must have completed at least 3 years of ballet training. Tue




This class is an introduction to pointe. Dancers will slowly ease onto pointe shoes throughout the year. Must have completed at least 3 years of ballet and pre-pointe or have approval from your teacher. 7:30-8:30pm



Jazz/Tap I Ages 7+yrs

In this class students will learn thesse two fun forms of dance! They will learn the basic techinique of tap and jazz all while having fun! Fri






Prerequisite: must have taken at least one year of ballet. Ballet technique and vocabulary learned will be refined and reinforced. Mon






Ballet III Ages 9 +yrs

Prerequisite: must have taken at least two years of ballet. Ballet technique and vocabulary learned will be reinforced and built upon. Wed




Jazz/Lyrical Ages 7+yrs

This class will combine the fast movement of jazz with the slow movement of lyrical. Both dance forms will be taught during this class. Fri




Beginner Hip Hop Ages 7-9yrs

Movement and technique in the fun hip hop style that this age group loves to do. Class is open for first, second and third year hip hop dancers. Wed




Hip Hop II Ages 9-11yrs

Prerequisite: must have at least two years of hip hop. This class adds hip hop technique and style to what the students have learned in previous years. Wed




All Boys Hip Hop Ages 6-8yrs

Does your son want to take dance class but not with all of the girls? This hip hop class will give them the opportunity to learn how to dance with only boys!! Fri




Pre Teen Hip Hop Ages 11-13yrs

An exciting, popular dance form taught to today’s pop-culture music. All music will be monitored for acceptable lyric content. Wed




Kreative Kids Ages 2 ½ - 3 years (by session only)*

This class is to introduce movement to young children. Have your son or daughter ready to learn basic movement while having fun! Child must be 2 ½ by the first day of the class, potty trained and able to detach from parent/guardian.

*Register separately for each session

Beginner Pointe Ages 12+yrs


Class focuses on maximizing technique, increasing dance vocabulary and the fundamentals of building a strong dancer.

Ballet II Ages 8+yrs

Ballet/Tumble I Ages 3 & 4yrs Tue Tue Wed Thu Thu Fri Sat

Ballet I Ages 7+yrs

Thu Fri

12:00-12:30pm 10:15-10:45am


$85/$170 $85/$170

Adult Tap/Hip-Hop Ages 18+yrs

Come and enjoy this fun dance class with other adults. Meet new friends and learn some new moves! Tue



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dance teams We have six great dance teams at the Y this year. Each team will have the opportunity to perform at several different venues as well as go to competitions throughout the year. Some venues at which the dance team performed in the recent past were the Philadelphia 76ers pregame show, the Somerset Patriots pregame show and several other Y events. Competition and costume fees are not included in the price of the dance team, but fundraising is a great option that we would love to do! If you are interested in being on any of these teams, please talk to your teacher and get his or her recommendation. If you are new, please contact Jessica Prakopyck about enrollment at (908)766-7898 ext 544. Payment may be made in full for the school year or with the E-Pay option which allows for payments in monthly installments.

Daisy Dance Team Ages 6-9yrs

This team will meet once a week and is a great introduction to what our other teams are like. Each week we will focus on several different forms of dance such as ballet, tap, jazz and hip hop. Daisies will go to one competition during the year. Tue




Lily, Rose and Violet Dance Teams Ages 9+yrs

These dance teams will meet twice a week for two hours each time. They will compete at several competitions and perform at several different venues. During the first week we will determine which students will be on either the Lily, Rose or Violet dance team. Mon Mon Mon Mon

& Thu (Lily) & Thu (Rose) (w/tap) & Thu (Violet)

5:00-7:00pm 7:00-9:00pm 6:30-7:30pm 6:00-8:00pm



$1540 $1540 $1785 $1540




Discover the arts at an early age! Develop fine motor skills, cognitive and creative skills through the exploration of new materials and projects. This is not a parent/ tot class. 1:30-2:30pm



Fun with Clay Ages 3-5yrs

Discover the arts at an early age! Develop fine motor skills, cognitive and creative skills through the exploration of new materials and projects. This is not a parent/ tot class. 1:30-2:15pm



Creative Development Ages 3-5yrs

An innovative alternative to traditional preschool, this class offers an introduction to the subjects of math, science, writing and art, along with an introduction to fitness and gymnastics. Curriculum promotes both group interaction and independent learning, while integrating the Y core values of respect, responsibility, honesty and caring. Tue Tue & Thu Thu

9:30-11:30am 9:30-11:30am 9:30-11:30am


$235/$470 $460/$920 $235/$470

Preschool Jewelry Ages 3-5yrs

Learn how to use beads and metals to make beautiful pieces of jewelry. Tue




$495 $495

Arts questions? Please call (908)766-7898 ext.545

This art class lets you explore the messy side of art. Paper mache, clay, recycled projects and papermaking. Get your hands dirty and wear old clothes. 4:00-5:00pm



After School Arts Ages 5-6yrs

Find the artist in you! Focus on the professional skills of drawing, painting techniques, printmaking and sculpture. Explore new mediums and experiment with various methods to discover your own artistic voice. New Project each session, includes supplies. Mon Wed

4:00-5:00pm 4:30-5:30pm


$145/$290 $145/$290

After School Pottery Ages 6+yrs

Get fired up! If you enjoy getting your hands muddy and having fun, a pottery class is the place to be! Working with clay teaches problem-solving, creativity and allows you to think outside the box. In after school pottery, you will become familiar with everything from the kiln where your pottery is fired to the different types of glazes for each piece of clay art. You will be introduced to basic techniques like hand-building, coil construction and sculpting. *Please dress for mess and bring a smock/old shirt* Wed




Digital Photography Ages 7-11yrs

Learn various shooting techniques while exploring your surroundings. Digital photography is a creative and exciting activity for children giving them an artistic foundation early in life. Mon




Meet the Masters Ages 7-11yrs

Princess Play

Calling all princesses! Let your little princess play for 45 minutes of dress up, singing and story time. This 12 week session will feature a new princess each week. Mon Fri


Messy Art Ages 5-6yrs


Little Artists Ages 3-5yrs


6:30-7:30pm 3:00-4:00pm


These parent and child classes will provide a delightful and joyous way for you to sing, dance and spend quality time with your child.


This team is specifically for those who love to tap! We will meet once a week and work on several different dances to perform and compete with. Dancers must have at least two years prior experience in an advanced tap class. Mon (Junior) Sun (Senior)

Music and Me Ages 9mos-3yrs Fri

Tap Team Ages 11+yrs

1:30-2:15pm 4:00-4:45pm


$130/$260 $130/$260

Explore both old and new masters of the art world. We will introduce different artistic expressions and explore various mediums such as printmaking, papermaking and more. Tue




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Arts questions? Please call (908)766-7898 ext.545

Music Production Class Ages 10-18yrs

Keyboarding I Ages 6-12yrs

This proven group format offers a fun approach to help kids learn to read music. Different activities help teach: timing, fingering, music theory and more. Casio keyboards will be provided. Tuition includes a one time materials fee of $25 for books required for class.

Want to learn to write, record, and produce your own music? Rap, Hip Hop, Folk, Metal, Jazz, Pop, Alternative or any style, we can help you turn your ideas into hits. Bring your ideas to class where they will be critiqued, worked on and finally recorded with today’s top software like Pro Tools, Live and Reason.

Keyboarding II Ages 7-14yrs

Adult Pottery





(Prerequisite Keyboarding I) Kids continue to build on skills learned in Keyboarding 1, using materials from Keyboarding I. Casio keyboards will be provided in class. Wed




Group Guitar Lessons Ages 7-17yrs

All levels welcome. Whether you want to learn a few chords or master the fret board, there is a class suitable for you! Learn to play songs you love to listen to. Wed Wed Wed Wed

Beginner 1 4:00-4:45pm Beginner II 4:45-5:30pm Intermediate 5:30-6:15pm Advanced 6:15-7:00pm


$235/$470 $235/$470 $235/$470 $235/$470

Young Performers’ Workshop Ages 8-12yrs

This new class combo offers young people a welcome platform for personal growth and lessons in teamwork in a supportive environment. This class allows students to pursue an understanding of stage technique and acting method. The art of Pantomime will be taught including make-up, costume and body language. Students work on speech, stage movement, vocal projection and audition preparation. Improvisational exercises, class scenes and theater games are used to explore character development, theatrical action, scene structure, dialogue and creative expression. Students will use their newly developed skills to produce an end of session performance. Mon




Video Production Ages 9-14yrs

Shoot music videos, commercials and documentaries with our new video equipment, then edit your work on our iMac laptops. The video making process will incorporate many of the skills of communication, critical thinking, media literacy, and teamwork. This course will be limited to 15 seats. Sat (Beginner) 10:30am-12:00pm MA $160/$320 Sat (Advanced)* 12:45-2:15pm MA $160/$320 *pre-requisite Beginner Video Production or experience w/ video editing





Working with clay teaches problem-solving, creativity and allows you to think outside the box. In the addition, clay gives you the opportunity to express yourself while playing with this naturally plastics material. We will become familiar with everything from the kiln, where your pottery is fired, to the different types of glazes your work will be covered with. In addition, you will be introduced to basic techniques like hand-building, coil construction and sculpting. Six week sessions. Session A: 9/10-10/20, Session B: 10/22 - 12/9. Wed




Art Events

Every second Wednesday of the month we will be having a drop in art project for children of all ages (4+yrs)! Each month we will have a theme to go with what is happening that month. The cost for each child is $5 and it will be held from 4-5pm throughout the entire year.

Private Lessons

(Various Arts Listed Below) A more personal approach to developing the skills of your craft. For scheduling and details please call (908)630-3517. •Piano •Art •Drum •Guitar •Voice •Flute •Saxophone •Bass Guitar •Clarinet •Acting •Monologue Work

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Sports questions? Please call (908)766-7898 ext. 360

Game Zone! Ages 5-7 yrs

Hockey Pucks Ages 3-4yrs

Improves hand-eye coordination, gross motor skills and physical fitness. Proper passing and shooting techniques are taught with plenty of game action. Wed




Roller Hockey Ages 6-10yrs

This class focuses on the basics of rollerblading and introduction to hockey skills, including rules preparing for game play. Games will be played each class, culminating in a mini tournament held over the last four weeks Mon




Your child develops skills in three different sports (soccer, basketball, and hockey). Every four weeks we will play a new sport. No equipment is required. 1:00-1:45pm 2:00-2:45pm 1:00-1:45pm 1:30-2:00pm 2:30-3:15pm


$131/$262 $131/$262 $131/$262 $131/$262

Basketball “Dunkers” Ages 3-4yrs

An introduction to basketball. Dribbling, passing , and shooting are all taught through fun drills that simulate game situations. Boys and girls in this class will progress to game play in the final weeks of the session. Mon Fri

2:00-2:30pm 1:00-1:30pm


$92/$184 $92/$184

Basketball Level 1 Youth Basketball Ages 5-7yrs

This class is designed for boys and girls who want to learn the basics skills of dribbling, passing and shooting and who are ready for game play. A mini-tournament will be held during the final weeks of play. Thu




$92/$184 $131/$262

Exhibition Soccer Ages 8-10yrs

If you enjoyed soccer kickers and are ready for real game action and team strategy this class is for you. Open to boys and girls 8-10 who have a basic level of soccer skills and are looking to improve through game play and competition. Wed




Grand Slam T - Ball Ages 3-7yrs

This class teaches the basics of hitting , throwing, and catching, building towards real game action. Boys and girls get their first taste of what it’s like to be a major leaguer. Mon 5-7yrs Thu 3-4yrs

4:00-4:45pm 2:00-2:45pm



Fencing Ages 6-17yrs

Classes taught by Slava Danilov’s Fencing School Instructors. Mon (6-10yrs) Mon (11-15yrs) Wed (6-17yrs)

4:00-5:00pm 5:00-6:00pm 4:00-5:00pm


$120/$240 $120/$240 $120/$240

An introduction to basic football skills including proper throwing, ball carrying, stance and blocking techniques. This is not a contact class and will provide the student with a basic knowledge of the rules of the game. Wed




World Series Baseball Games Ages 6-8yrs

This program is for the player who is ready to play real baseball games and experience live action. Games will be played outside with both coach and player pitch. Teams will be formed based on age and skill level. Games such as home run derby will be included in the program. Thu




Youth Basketball League Ages 5-10yrs

Teams will be formed upon registration. Games are 30 min in length. Teams will consist of no more than 8 players to insure plenty of playing time for all. Games will be played on Saturdays, times will vary. Contact John deZutter at (908)766-7898 ext. 601 Sat 5-7yrs Sat 8-10yrs

11:00am-12:00pm MA 12:15-1:15pm MA

$100 $100

Youth Basketball Ages 6-8yrs

This class focuses on introduction to basic soccer skills. Dribbling, trapping, and shooting are emphasized. Perfect for the beginning soccer player. Session will build towards game action. 2:00-2:30pm 4:45-5:30pm



Soccer “Kickers” Ages 3-7yrs

Wed 3-4yrs Wed 5-7yrs


Football Basic Skills Level 1 Ages 6-8yrs

Sportpourri Classes Ages 3-4yrs

Mon Tue Thu Fri Sat

Welcome to the Game Zone! This class introduces children to a wide variety of game play including both traditional and non-traditional games. Dino Egg Hunt, Octopus Tag, Basketball, Invasion Games, are just some of the MANY types of games that will be played!


$131/$262 $131/$262

Tennis Ages 5-11yrs

This class builds on basic skills and adds defense and team play in order to continue to groom the athlete for team play. Real games with officials will be played in the final weeks of the session. Tue




Advanced Basketball Skills Program Ages 11-14yrs

The YMCA Advanced Basketball Skills program is designed to instruct the basic fundamentals of basketball. The goal is to get an advantage by understanding the subtleties necessary to effectively play the game of basketball. Thu




Pre Season Basketball Camp Ages 10-14yrs

This 6 week program has been designed to prepare the rec travel player for the upcoming team tryouts. We have consulted with the local recreation departments and we will teach you the drills that these teams will use to evaluate players during tryouts. Whether it’s your first time trying out or you’re a veteran this course will prepare you to show the coaches you belong on the team. Contact Michael Surella at Sat




Come learn the many of the basic skills and advanced techniques in our specialized tennis class. Here we will teach the fundamentals and help develop the sport whether it’s for fun or competition! Our class will be taught by our knowledgeable tennis instructor. Class will be held at Far Hills Country Day School. 6 Week Session (9/22-10/27) (11/3 rain date) Sat 5-7yrs Sat 8-11yrs

10:00-10:45am 10:45-11:30am


$65/$131 $65/$131

Family Open Swim & Family Open Gym Please find schedules and times at

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Sports questions? Please call (908)766-7898 ext. 360

Sports & Athlete Training Program Ages 11-18yrs

Class is designed to improve and enhance athletic performance at all levels of competition, giving the athlete skills and abilities that can translate to any sport. Will touch upon all aspects of athlete training including speed, agility, reaction, endurance, strength, power, and quickness. Addresses the unique differences in the development of boys and girls by offering sessions for each. Taught by fitness professionals with extensive coaching experience with adolescents. Tue Girls 11-18yrs 5:30-6:15pm Mon Boys 11-18yrs 5:30-6:15pm


$131/$262 $131/$262


Organize your own team, 18 and over, or we will put together a team for you. Games are played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings 8:30 -10:30pm with playoffs to finish the season. Championship game to be held at an off site special location. Tue & Thu




Friday Night Climb

The climbing wall is open to all members on a drop-in basis on Fridays from 6:30-8:30pm. If you are a first-time climber, our staff will “show you the ropes!


“TOT” Kwon Do Ages 4-6yrs

This “non contact” form of Korean Karate is FUN, SAFE, and EFFECTIVE. Class will be taught by Miranda Coppola, 3rd Degree Black Belt and certified pre-school teacher. Miranda has been teaching “TOT” Kwon Do since 1999. Children will work on furthering their hand-eye coordination, attention span and motor skills. The classes will also emphasize basic memorization of physical movements and stress non-violent behavior. Kids will receive positive reinforcement and progress through various “stripes” of white belt. If you have any questions on a class or for scholarship information, contact and please visit Tue 4-6yrs Thu 4-6yrs Sun 4-6yrs

Men’s Basketball League Ages 18+yrs

(UNLIMITED CLASSES WITHIN YOUR AGE GROUP): ATKDA classes at the Somerset Hills YMCA do not require a Y membership. Class prices are the same for Members & Potential Members. Individual person: $180 per session Two family members: $325 per session Three family members: $450 per session Four or more immediate family members: $540

11:30am-12:15pm MA-Aerobics Room 4:10-4:45pm MA-Aerobics Room 10:30-11:15am MA-Aerobics Room

Tae Kwon Do/Korean Karate Kids Ages 6-13yrs

This popular class stresses positive reinforcement and offers the challenge of progressing through the ranks of White to Black Belt. Children’s classes are challenging and fun, encouraging every child to strive to do their personal best. Tue 6-13yrs Thu 6-13yrs Fri 6-Adult Sun Families

4:00-5:20pm 4:00-5:20pm 6:00-8:00pm 10:30am-12:30pm

MA-Aerobics Room MA-Aerobics Room MA-Aerobics Room MA-Gym

Any questions contact Tae Kwon Do/Korean Karate Adults & Families

The American Tae Kwon Do Academy has been providing classes at the YMCA since 1993, and has one of the largest and most successful Chung Do Kwan schools in the USA! Surround yourself with Black Belts and motivated people! Come enjoy some “Family Exercise with a Purpose.” This popular class stresses positive reinforcement and offers the challenge of progressing through the ranks of “White” to “Black” belt. This classical Tae Kwon Do class is rigorous, effective, and lots of fun! Children will learn setting and achieving goals, respect by working with adults, and confidence by learning self-defense. Adults will be challenged by experienced upper degree black belts and learn sparring against multiple opponents. Please note children must be accompanied by participating adult in family classes. Adults may take family class without children. This program is run by Frank Coppola, 6th Degree Black Belt and 2011 inductee to the World Profession Martial Arts Hall of Fame. If you have any questions or for scholarship information please contact at and please visit Tue 8-Adult 6:30-8:15pm Thu 8-Adults 6:30-8:15pm Fri 6-Adults 6:00-8:00pm Sun Families 6+yrs 10:30am-12:30pm

Fall Session | Sep 9 - Dec 8, 2012

health and wellness Equipment Orientations

Equipment orientations are for all YMCA members and are FREE. An equipment orientation gives members the opportunity to become more knowledgeable and comfortable with the fitness equipment in both the machine and free weight areas. A Floor Supervisor will show you the proper techniques on using certain strength training machines and cardiovascular equipment. Each orientation will take approximately one hour to complete. Please wear workout clothes and sneakers. To schedule appointment, please contact Jenn Grys at 908-766-7898 x403

Fitness Assessment

One of our trained wellness staff members will lead you through a fitness assessment to identify your training needs and assess your current fitness level. Testing includes cardiovascular, strength and flexibility testing. Call Amy Margaret McDonald (908)766-7898 ext. 560 for more information or to schedule an appointment. $25 Kids Zumba® Ages 5-12yrs Introduce your children to the world of Latin and International rhythm with ZUMBA®—the perfect mix of fun and fitness! This class is designed for boys and girls of all fitness levels and no dance experience is necessary. Join Karen and scientist Mr. Tomic as they discover the formula for, music and exercise. Sat 8-12yrs Sat 5-7yrs

10:00-10:30am 10:45-11:15am


$100/$200 $100/$200

One on One Personal Training

Start getting the results you want. For members only. Improve your health and well-being. One on one training and guidance with our team of certified personal trainers. Your program will be designed and geared towards your goals and needs using the most effective methods for improving health and conditioning through superior attention to each individual’s interests and level of ability. The trainer will lead and support you through each session with a program designed just for you. Please contact Jenn Grys at 908-766-7898 x403 1 HR Sessions: 1-2 $70/each 3-9 $65/each 10-19 $60/each 20+ $55/each

½ HR Sessions: 1-2 $37 3-9 $35 10-19 $32 20+ $29

Group Exercise Classes

For a complete listing of Wellness Center classes including descriptions and times, please pick up a schedule at the Welcome Center or visit our website. Classes include Body Pump®, Spinning®, willPower & grace®, Step, Senior Fitness and many more!

Pre and Post Natal Fitness

Our trainer is not only a mother herself but also certified by the American Aerobic Association and The International Sports Medicine Association in pre and post natal exercise programs that are safe and effective. Increased energy, a reduction in stress and anxiety, fewer complications, increased self esteem, shorter labor time, and quicker recovery from birth are all proven benefits of exercise during this special time in your life. For more information contact Amy Margaret McDonald at 908-766-7898 x560


Wellness questions? (908)766-7898 ext. 403

Small Group Training

Have you always wanted to know what it is like to workout with a trainer? This small class meets in our personal training studio to focus on functional training, cardio, flexibility and overall strength and conditioning. Work out with 5 others in this small group setting and take yourself to the next level. Session runs in 6 weeks intervals. Sat




Women on Weights: WOW!

Ready to add strength training to your routine? Are you not sure if you’re performing your routine correctly? This six week course can help you get on the right track. Meet with a certified personal trainer and a small group to get aquainted with strength training using free weights and proper safety and lifting techniques. Begins 9/10. 5 Reasons Women Should Lift Weights • 1. You Will Be Physically Stronger (without the bulk) • 2. You Will Lose Body Fat • 3. You Decrease Your Risk Of Osteoporosis, Heart Disease and Diabetes • 4. You Will Reduce Your Risk Of Injury, Back Pain and Arthritis • 5. You Will Improve Your Attitude And Fight Depression Mon/Wed 6wks Tue/Thu 6wks

10:30-11:30am 10:30-11:30am


$240/$480 $240/$480

Boxing Fitness

Enjoy this cardio class designed around striking and other calisthenics. Participants will learn to employ a variety of punching and kicking combinations and they will also learn to hold pads for others. Begins 9/10. Mon




Injury and Illness Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Roy Sheldon Smith is our medical exercise specialist certified in orthopedic rehabilitation for sports injuries, cardiac issues, chronic disease and disabilities. He has worked several professional athletes through rehab as well as with local orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists in the rehabilitation of their patients. Roy is dedicated to helping you get back to being the best you can be. For more information or to schedule a consultation, please call 908-766-7898 ext. 519

Pairs Training

Get started on your path to a healthier you! Train with a partner and certified personal trainer twice a week for 6 weeks. Get the best deal in training.Please contact Jenn Grys at 908-766-7898 x403

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1-2 $90/per session 3-9 $85/per session 10-19 $80/per session 20+ $75/per session

Youth Strength Training Ages 10-12yrs

This hour long session gives our younger members the opportunity to learn safe and effective exercise principles, and have supervised practice on cardio and strength machines in the wellness center. After completing the session, participants will be awarded a badge to be worn in the wellness center. This badge indicates that they are allowed to exercise in the wellness center. To schedule an appointment, please call Jenn Grys at 908-766-7898 ext. 403 By appointment $50

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health and wellness

Wellness questions? (908)766-7898 ext. 403

Outdoor Adventure

Wednesday “BIKE RIDES” or “FITNESS HIKES” Bike Rides tend to run April to November & Fitness Hikes run Dec. to Mar. If the weather is wet or icy we will hike instead of bike. Grab your bike and join us for scenic bike rides past meadows and farms, occasionally even “rail trails” or canal paths. We live in an amazing place for scenic cycling on the back roads of NJ & PA. Bike rides offered will range from road bike rides to mountain bike “off-road” rides. Distance, levels and terrain will vary. Some introductory rides will be offered along with intermediate and more advanced rides. In the colder and wetter months of Dec to Mar. we will put on our hiking boots and hit the local trails for fitness hikes. Weekly updates will be sent out via email with ride details. Please contact Karen Witt at to be added to the email list with specific updates and details. $5/$10

Thursday “FITNESS HIKES” Leave your “To Do Lists” behind. Put on your hiking shoes, and get outside on the trail. The Fitness Level Hike covers approximately 7-8 miles of moderate to hilly terrain at a vigorous pace. Advance sign up important. Dress in layers, wear sturdy footwear, bring a hearty snack, 2 water bottles, sun block, a lightweight backpack and an adventurous spirit! Weekly updates will be sent out via email with details. Please contact Susan Riggio at to be added to the email list with specific updates and details. $5/$10

Weekend Outdoor Adventure Events

Join us for a once a month weekend hike or bike ride. Register your email with leaders to receive updates regarding weather/trail conditions or changes in meeting time/place/date. Canceled fitness hikes or bicycle outings due to inclement weather and road/trail conditions will be determined the morning of the event by 7am, with notification via email. Alternate plans will be announced at that time. Guaranteed space with advance registration either online or at front desk of YMCA. Space limited to 15 people. Hikes/Bike Rides led by Susan Riggio and/or Karen Witt. Both certified in CPR, First Aid & Wilderness FirstAid. Contact: Susan Riggio, susanriggio@ or KarenWitt, $5/$10

Personal Nutritionist

Private nutrition counseling to meet your diet goals - ranging from weight loss, gain or maintenance. Following a comprehensive nutritional assessment of your current diet, we offer individualized food plans. Helpful behavioral strategies include smart food shopping, cooking, portion control and dining out tips. Written diet guidelines will help track your process along with other materials and handouts. Contact Jenn Grys (908)766-7898 ext. 403 1HR Sessions ½ HR Sessions 1-2 $70/$75 $35 per 3-9 $65/$70 10-19 $60/$65 20+ $55/$60

A strength/fitness program for cancer patients and survivors based on the curriculum developed by Stanford University. LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA is a twelve week small group program designed for adult cancer survivors who have become de-conditioned or chronically fatigued from their treatment and/or disease. The program is offered with no cost to the participants. Our goal is to help patients build muscle mass and muscle strength, increase flexibility and endurance, and improve functional ability. Additional goals include reducing the severity of therapy side effects, preventing unwanted weight changes, and improving energy levels and self esteem. A final goal of the program is to assist participants in developing their own physical fitness program so they can continue to practice a healthy lifestyle, not only as part of their recovery, but as a way of life. Research shows that physical activity can decrease recurrence and increase survivorship for cancer patients. Certified YMCA fitness instructors give personal individualized instruction to the participants. The instructors are trained in the elements of cancer, post rehab exercise, nutrition, and supportive cancer care. For more information please contact Sue Diebold (908)766-7898 ext 522

The Cardiac Care Wellness Program

This is a Phase 4 Cardiac Rehabilitation Program and Risk Factor Reduction Program. It is designed for individuals with heart disease and/or individuals with risk factors that could lead to heart disease. The program includes 2 free 1/2 hour personal training sessions, blood pressure and heart rate monitoring, use of exercise equipment, monthly classes on risk factor reduction and other health topics and written material on the latest medical information or findings. Communication is maintained between client’s medical care professional and Cardio Care staff to ensure the program is meeting the needs of the client and to communicate any concerns that may arise during the workout session. For more information contact Jenn Grys at 908-766-7898 x403

Multisport Club

The Somerset Hills YMCA Multisport Club began in 2008 as the women’s Triathlon Club. In 2010, the club became co-ed and continues to focus on supporting the ‘newbie’ who wants to take their first steps and, for many, helps them leap into the multisport world. Triathlon combines swimming, cycling and running; and requires a good balance between training, family and career. Whether you are a runner, walker, cyclist, mountain biker or adventure racer, this is the club for YOU! If your goal is to do your 1st 5K run, 1st triathlon, 1st marathon or even 1st Ironman, this is the club for YOU. You do not have to be a triathlete or a serious athlete to be part of this unique club. We have members of all ages, backgrounds, abilities, and interests. The common thread is that we all love fitness, camaraderie, and being ACTIVE! Please contact Sue Lawson at Membership (Annual) $75

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health and wellness Yoga class card Member 10 classes $60 Potential Members 10 classes $120 Yoga

Yoga is an ancient system of breathing practices, physical exercises, postures and meditation intended to integrate the practitioner’s body, mind, and spirit. Our yoga schedule of ongoing classes can be found on our website. Yoga class cards may be purchased at the Welcome Center of our Mt. Airy Rd. and Riverwalk facilities. Contact Gretchen Whaley (908)766-7898 ext. 602.

Children today are under stress and pressure; homework, competition with other children, endless afterschool activities, and over-scheduling. Just like their parents, kids today are turning to Yoga to help them relax and re-energize. Yoga helps them develop better body awareness, self-control, flexibility and coordination. They will learn to carry these skills beyond class and into their daily routines. Please be sure to bring your own mat. Begins week of 9/9 6:15-7:00pm 11:45am-12:30pm


$50/$100 $50/$100

One on One Yoga

Enjoy the benefits of improved strength, posture, and flexibility while learning breathing techniques for optimal respiratory function. Working one on one with an experienced Yoga instructor will decrease stress, restore calm, and provide a deeper connection to your body and its needs. Contact Gretchen Whaley (908)766-7898 ext. 602. 1 HR Sessions: 1-2 - $70/each 3-9 - $65/each 10-19 - $60/each 20+ - $55/each


Kinesis, the Greek word for movement, provides a new way to work out, through which it is possible to perform an infinite variety of exercises and movements, ensuring strength, stability and flexibility. Kinesis is both efficient and functional. Efficient because it offers both cardiovascular and strength benefits in one 45-minute workout, and functional because it brings you closer to your own free, natural, multidimensional movements. Unlike most fitness training systems, Kinesis adjusts to YOU, making it user-friendly and appropriate for all fitness levels and ages. Classes run in 6 week increments, and most meet twice a week for 45 minutes. Please check schedule on website. 2x per week $150 1X per week $75

Kids and Teens Yoga Ages 5-17yrs

Thu(12-17yrs) Sat(5-11yrs)

Wellness questions? (908)766-7898 ext. 403

½ Hour Sessions: 1-2 - $37/each 3-9 - $35/each 10-19 - $32/each 20+ - $29/each

Taste of T’ai Chi

T’ai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial and healing art. Most obviously characterized by the slow motion manner in which its choreographed movement patterns are carried out, T’ai Chi is more accurately defined by its attention to correct body alignment and structural detail. The efficient transfer of force reduces stress on both the body and mind.

Kinesis Complete Access

In an effort to better serve your wellness needs, we will now be offering complete access to all members! Classes will still be available for those members who prefer the small group training; this is an additional offering. To be eligible for the “Complete Access” program, members must:

• Be at least 14 years old. • Complete a one-hour training session with a certified Kinesis trainer – cost: $65.00. • Upon successful completion of training, receive a laminated access card – this card will be displayed outside the Kinesis studio while working out. • Members will have full access when scheduled classes are not in session. • No more than 4 members will have complete access at one time

NEW! 1:1 Free Standing Kinesis

Our new free standing Kinesis machines located in the heart of the wellness center offer a range of strength training exercises designed to improve muscle strength, endurance, core strength, and flexibility. You can perform several different exercises using the Kinesis machines, many of which can be adapted for the beginner as well as the advanced fitness enthusiast. We are offering 1:1 training sessions on this equipment with a certified personal trainer. Each session will last an hour. For more information on this new program, please contact Jenn Grys at ext. 403 $50 per session

TRX Suspension Training

TRX Suspension Training body weight exercise develops strength, endurance, balance, flexibility and core stability. TRX is a portable training tool that leverages gravity and the user’s bodyweight to NEW! Punk Rope perform several exercises that can be scaled for any user to reach Punk Rope is a fun and effective way to work out in a group exercise any fitness goal. Whether you are out of shape or a pro athlete, setting! It incorporates jumping rope with relay races, calisthenics and TRX Suspension Training takes you to the next level. The class will fitness games that will boost your cardiovascular system. Rope jump- be conducted in small groups facilitated by a certified TRX instructor. ing compares favorably with running in terms of caloric expenditure, The class averages about 30-45 minutes, and it is geared to get and the Punk Rope work outs will challenge your balance, the muscles you in shape quickly and effectively. For information regarding this of your lower body, core and upper body! Punk Rope will be held in a unique exercise class, please contact Gretchen Whaley at ext. 602. group exercise setting facilitated by a certified Punk Rope instructor. For more information regarding this new and exciting class, please Yoga at Clarence Dillon Library contact Gretchen Whaley at ext. 602 2336 Lamington Road, Bedminster Learn the basics of Yoga as a gentle and effective approach to fitness. Limited to 50 participants. Advance enrollment required. For registration and questions, please call the library front desk (908)234-2325, ext. 0 Mon Fri

12:00-1:00pm 1:35-2:35pm


Mon Wed Fri

9:15am 5:00pm 9:15am

$5 fee per session; pay at the door $5 fee per session; pay at the door $5 fee per session; pay at the door



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aquatics Numeric levels are

American Red Cross equivalents.

Please note that swim level requirements have changed from previous sessions.

If your child is new to lessons or did not participate in our fall session, please review the aquatic curriculum below to determine which swimming level is appropriate for your child or, if you are not sure of your child’s swimming ability, attend a Drop-in Swim Evaluation. If you cannot attend an evaluation, contact Aquatics at Ext. 518 to make an appointment. If we find that your child has been registered in the wrong level, we reserve the right to either change your child to the appropriate level if possible or refund your registration fee.

Class schedules and prices may be found on the following page. Preschool Aquatics Ages 3-5yrs

(Child must be 3 years old by the first lesson)

Pike (preschool level 1a, 1:4) 30 min class

Prerequisite: Must be 3 years old, Swimmers will wear 3 floatation bubbles Students will work on: - Front Paddle with Floatation - Getting mouth in the water and blowing bubbles - Floating on Back - Jumping in with assistance

Pickerel (preschool level 1b, 1:5) 30 min class

Prerequisite: Intermediate beginner, should be able to swim unassisted while wearing a 3 yellow/red bubble. Swimmers should be in a horizontal position while kicking their feet. Swimmers should know how to blow bubbles and be able to jump with assistance. Students will work on: - Floating on back and front - Moving from 3 floatation bubbles to 2 floatation bubbles - Swimming without floatation - Getting face in the water and blowing bubbles

Eel (preschool level 2a, 1:5) 30 min class

Prerequisite: Intermediate beginner, should be able to swim 6-10 feet without floatation in a horizontal position. Should be able to swim the entire Stoddard Pool length kicking their feet wearing a 2 purple or 1 blue bubble. Should be able to jump in the water unassisted and have the comfort level to get their entire face wet. Students will work on: - Floating on back and front - Moving from 2 floatation bubbles to 1 floatation bubble - Swimming without floatation - Kicking on Back with and without floatation - Swimming underwater - Rythmic Breathing

Electric Eel (preschool level 2b, 1:5) 30 min class

Prerequisite: Intermediate/Advanced beginner, should be able to swim 50 feet (length of Stoddard lane) without floatation in a horizontal position on front and back. Should be to jump in the water unassisted and ability to swim underwater. Students will work on: -Sculling on back -Endurance swimming -Kicking with Rotary breathing (face in, ear in) -Streamlining on front, back, and side

Ray (preschool level 3a, 1:6) 30 min class

Prerequisite: Advanced beginner, should be able to swim 50 feet (1/2-3/4 length of Engelhard Pool) on their belly and back unassisted in a horizontal position kicking feet. Swimmers may need to wear 1 blue bubble when tired or to complete a length of the Engelhard Pool. Students will work on: - Rotary breathing - Rudimentary Freestyle - Rudimentary Backstroke - Treading Water - Kneeling/Standing Dives

Starfish (preschool level 3b, 1:6) 30 min class

Prerequisite: Should be able to swim 25-50 yards of rudimentary freestyle and backstroke with rotary breathing. Swimmers should be comfortable jumping from a height, swimming underwater, and kneeling dives Students will work on: - Refining Freestyle and Backstroke - Elementary Backstroke - Rudimentary Breaststroke - Standing/kneeling dives from blocks - Somersaults

Ages 5 to 7yrs Betta Fish (preschool level 3c, 1:6) 45 min class

Recommendation Required Prerequisite: Should be able to swim 50 yards of each: freestyle and backstroke with rotary breathing and minor correction. Swimmers should have basic knowledge of breaststroke. Swimmers should be comfortable jumping from a height, swimming underwater, and kneeling dives Students will work on: - Advanced Refinement of minor errors in Freestyle and Backstroke - Elementary Backstroke - Coordinated Breaststroke - Dolphin Kick - Starts and Turns

Youth Aquatics Ages 6-12yrs Polliwog (youth level 1, 1:4) 30 min class

Prerequisite: No swimming experience necessary , Swimmers will wear 3 or 2 floatation bubbles Students will work on: - Front Paddle with Floatation - Getting mouth in the water and blowing bubbles - Floating on Back - Jumping in with assistance - Swimming without floatation

Tadpole (youth level 2, 1:5) 30 min class

Prerequisite: Advanced beginner, should be able to swim 50 feet (1/2-3/4 length of Engelhard Pool) on their belly and back unassisted in a horizontal position kicking feet. Swimmers may need to wear 1 blue bubble when tired or to complete a length of the Engelhard Pool. Students will work on: - Rotary breathing -Rudimentary Freestyle - Rudimentary Backstroke - Treading Water - Kneeling/Standing Dives

Guppy (youth level 3a, 1:6) 30 min class

Prerequisite: Should be able to swim 25-50 yards of rudimentary freestyle and backstroke with rotary breathing. Swimmers should be comfortable jumping from a height, swimming underwater, and kneeling dives Students will work on: - Refining Freestyle and Backstroke - Elementary Backstroke - Rudimentary Breaststroke - Standing/kneeling dives from blocks - Somersaults

Minnow (youth level 3b, 1:8) 45 min class

Prerequisite: Should be able to swim 50 yards of freestyle and backstroke with rotary breathing and little stroke correction. Swimmers should be comfortable jumping from a height, swimming underwater, and kneeling dives Students will work on: - Advanced Refinement of minor errors in Freestyle and Backstroke - Elementary Backstroke - Rudimentary Breaststroke -Rudimentary Starts and Turns

Fish (youth level 4, 1:8) 45 min class

Prerequisite: Should be able to swim 100 yards of each freestyle and backstroke with rotary breathing and little stroke correction. Swimmers should have intermediate knowledge of breaststroke. Swimmers should be comfortable jumping from a height, swimming underwater, and standing dives Students will work on: - Advanced Refinement of minor errors in Freestyle and Backstroke - Elementary Backstroke - Coordinated Breaststroke - Refinement of Starts and Turns - Dolphin Kick

Flying Fish (youth level 5, 1:8) 45 min class

Prerequisite: Should be able to swim 150 yards of each freestyle and backstroke with rotary breathing and little stroke correction. Should be able to swim 100 yards of breaststroke with little correction. Swimmers should be comfortable starting from a block, swimming underwater, and doing flip turns Students will work on: - Advanced Refinement of minor errors in Freestyle, Backstroke, and Breaststroke - Swim Team technique drills - Rudimentary Butterfly - Refinement Starts and Turns

Shark (youth level 6, 1:8) 45 min class

Prerequisite: Should be able to swim a consistent 200 Individual medley with proper turns and little stroke correction. Students will work on: - Advanced Refinement of minor errors of all strokes - Swim Team technique drills - Endurance training - Basic Lifesaving skills

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See Class/Level descriptions on previous page

Preschool Levels:

If a class you request is full, your child will be put on a wait list. We will make every attempt to enroll students from the wait list in a class following the first full week of the session.

P = Pike, PP = Pikerel, E = Eel, EE = Electric Eel R = Ray, ST = Starfish, B = Betta Fish

If we can place your child in a class, you will be contacted.

Youth Levels:

PW = Polliwog, T = Tadpole G = Guppy, M = Minnow, F = Fish, FF = Flying Fish, S = Shark

Ages 3-5yrs Preschool (30min)

Ages 5-7yrs Preschool (45min)






MONDAY 5:00pm Engelhard



TUESDAY 5:45pm Engelhard



WEDNESDAY 4:00pm Engelhard



THURSDAY 5:00pm Engelhard



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SATURDAY 9:00am Engelhard




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THURSDAY 9:30am Stoddard 10:00am Stoddard 10:30am Stoddard 1:00pm Engelhard 1:30pm Engelhard 4:00pm Stoddard 4:00pm Engelhard 4:30pm Stoddard 4:30pm Engelhard 5:00pm Stoddard 5:30pm Stoddard


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FRIDAY 9:30am Stoddard 10:00am Stoddard 10:30am Stoddard 1:00pm Engelhard 1:30pm Engelhard 5:00pm Engelhard 5:30pm Engelhard


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SATURDAY 8:00am Stoddard 8:30am Stoddard 9:00am Stoddard 9:30am Stoddard 9:45am Engelhard 10:00am Stoddard 10:15am Engelhard 10:30am Stoddard 10:45am Engelhard 11:00am Stoddard 11:30am Stoddard


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MONDAY 9:30am Stoddard 1:00pm Engelhard 1:30pm Engelhard 4:00pm Stoddard 4:00pm Engelhard 4:30pm Stoddard 4:30pm Engelhard 5:00pm Stoddard 5:30pm Stoddard


$139/$278 $139/$278 $139/$278 $139/$278 $139/$278 $139/$278 $139/$278 $139/$278 $139/$278

TUESDAY 9:30am Stoddard 10:00am Stoddard 10:30am Stoddard 1:00pm Engelhard 1:30pm Engelhard 4:00pm Stoddard 4:00pm Engelhard 4:30pm Stoddard 4:30pm Engelhard 5:00pm Stoddard 5:30pm Stoddard


WEDNESDAY 10:00am Stoddard 10:30am Stoddard 1:00pm Engelhard 1:30pm Engelhard 5:30pm Engelhard 6:00pm Engelhard 7:15pm Engelhard

Ages 6-11yrs Youth (30min)

MONDAY 4:00pm Engelhard 4:30pm Engelhard


$139/$278 $139/$278

TUESDAY 4:00pm Engelhard 4:30pm Engelhard


$139/$278 $139/$278

WEDNESDAY 5:30pm Engelhard 7:15pm Engelhard


$139/$278 $139/$278

THURSDAY 4:00pm Engelhard 4:30pm Engelhard


$139/$278 $139/$278

FRIDAY 6:00pm Engelhard 6:30pm Engelhard 7:00pm Engelhard


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SATURDAY 9:45am Engelhard 10:15am Engelhard 10:45am Engelhard 12:00pm Engelhard 12:30pm Engelhard


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Ages 6-11yrs Youth (45 Min) MONDAY 5:45pm Engelhard



TUESDAY 5:00pm Engelhard 5:45pm Engelhard


$199/$398 $199/$398

WEDNESDAY 4:00pm Engelhard 4:45pm Engelhard 6:30pm Engelhard


$199/$398 $199/$398 $199/$398

THURSDAY 5:45pm Engelhard



SATURDAY 9:00am Engelhard 11:15am Engelhard


$199/$398 $199/$398

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PARENT/CHILD AQUATICS Ages 6mos - 31/2yrs Parent Tot Water Adjustment

Ages 6-18mos

This class is designed for a parent and child to learn and have fun in the water together though developmentally appropriate songs, games, and basic water skills. Safety skills for parents are also included. Sat



Perch Ages 19-36mos

This class is designed to prepare toddlers for our Preschool Aquatic programs through developmentally appropriate songs, games, and basic water skills. Safety skills for parents are also included. Sat



This class is designed for children who are ready for focused skill development but not quite ready to be in a class without their parent. The curriculum focuses on Pike 1, Pike 2, and Eel skills where the instructor guides the parent in teaching these fundamental skills to their child. 10:05am


PRE-TEEN SWIM INSTRUCTION Ages 9-14yrs Pre-Teen Ages 9-14yrs (Beginner)

A small class setting will allow the students to learn floating, flutter kicking and breath control, as well as basic Freestyle and Backstroke. (Equivalent to Youth levels: Polliwog, Tadpole and Guppy.) Wed



Pre-Teen Ages 10-14yrs (Intermediate Stroke Development) Prerequisite: Freestyle and Backstroke, min. 25 yards Students will learn consistent and properly coordinated Freestyle, Backstroke, and Breaststroke for 50 yards each, elements of Butterfly, and standing dives from the diving block. (Equivalent to Youth levels: Minnow and Fish.) Wed Sat

4:45pm 11:15am

$136/$272 $136/$272

Pre-Teen Ages 10-14yrs (Advanced Stroke Clinic) Prerequisite: Consistent and properly coordinated Freestyle, Backstroke, and Breaststroke, min. 50 yards

Students will refine and build ease and endurance with Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, starts and turns. Additional skills will be taught based on student goals. (Equivalent to Youth levels: Flying Fish and Shark.) Wed Fri Sat

6:30pm 4:15pm 11:15am

For the beginner swimmer, who may NOT be able to float independently, finds blowing bubbles a challenge, and is fearful of deep water. In a small class setting, students will learn how to relax in the water and gain confidence with basic floating and flutter kicking skills on their front and back, learn proper breath control, and begin basic stroke drills.

Level 1B Advanced Beginner

Basic Freestyle rotary breathing skills will be taught in this class through drills that help the swimmer gain a better understanding of how to balance their body in the water to make rotary breathing more relaxing and effortless. Resting strokes and treading water will also be introduced. Thu



Level 2 Intermediate Stroke Development Clinic

Silly Seals Ages 2 ½ - 3 ½ yrs


Level 1A Beginner Basics

$199/$398 $199/$398 $199/$398

Family Open Swim & Family Open Gym Please find schedules and times at

This class will help swimmers develop skills to make Freestyle a more restful and relaxing stroke. Drills will be incorporated that refine rotary breathing technique through learning to balance on their side during each breathing cycle. In addition, this class will focus on strengthening swimmers’ flutter kick, introducing Backstroke and Elementary Backstroke, refining breath control, and strengthening treading water skills. Swimmers will be encouraged to swim lengths of resting strokes between rotary breathing lengths to start swimming for longer periods of time without taking a break. Mon Tue Fri

8:00pm 9:15am 9:15am

$199/$398 $199/$398 $199/$398

Level 3 Advanced Stroke Clinic

Swimmers will refine their rotary breathing skills and begin to do simple interval training sets. Backstroke, breaststroke and elementary backstroke will also be incorporated into the program. An introduction to lap swimming etiquette will also be discussed. Tue Fri

10:15am 10:15am

$199/$398 $199/$398

F.A.S.T. Swim Clinic Ages 7-14yrs

(members only) Evaluation Required. F.A.S.T. (Fitness and Stroke Technique) Swim Clinic is a 2 day a week swim practice focused on conditioning and stroke mechanics. F.A.S.T. Swim is not a traditional lesson. Swimmers in the 7-10 age group should be competent in freestyle and backstroke where emphasis is on stroke refinement. The clinic will also focus on introducing swimmers to “competition legal” breast stroke and butterfly. Swimmer’s in the 11-14 age group should be able to swim the four competitive stokes (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly) with little correction. Contact Karen Morel, Mon (7-10yrs) Thu (11-14yrs)

6:00-7:00pm 7:00-8:00pm

$380 $380

SHY Swim School

(members only) This program will offer parents an opportunity to enroll their children in morning and early afternoon swim lessons for the entire school year. The program will be a rolling program that will run from September through June. What you can expect: • 30 minute class once a week • No sessions, so no need to re-enroll every 12 weeks (Break weeks will be consistent with session breaks) • Smaller classes – only 3 students per class Since there are no sessions, children will benefit from having continuous learning, instead of having to start over from the beginning every session. Spaces are limited. Contact Mary Korey,


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aquatics We encourage our swim lesson participants with current family memberships to come play and practice on their own. Please check the Welcome Center or our website for current Pool Schedules.

Please be aware of the following guidelines: Family and Open Swim

Children UNDER 7 yrs of age and UNDER 48 inches tall must be with an adult who is wearing appropriate swim attire and in the water within arms’ reach of the child at all times, including in the zero-entry play area of the Stoddard pool. Children ages 7-10yrs must be supervised by an adult in the pool area at all times. Only US Coast Guard approved floatation devices are allowed during Family and Open swim. Lifejackets are available for member use.

ALL YMCA SWIM LEVELS HAVE 5 COMPONENTS Water Orientation or Stroke Development - Developmentally appropriate water skills

Personal Safety

- Knowing the pool rules, how to float, proper use of lifejackets, resting strokes, and boating safety

Participants 17 and under will be required to take a “Deep Water Ready” test to swim in the deep end.

Personal Growth

Stoddard Water Slides

Water Sports & Games

Riders must be at least 48 inches tall. For safety reasons, there will be no exceptions to this rule.

- Gaining confidence, learning teamwork, caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility - Games help make learning fun and reinforce skills taught in class, wetball or synchro skills add new ways to play


- Knowing how to be safer in and around the water, and what to do in an emergency

swim team Swim Team Ages 7-18yrs

A member of the Northern New Jersey YMCA Swim League, the Somerset Hills YMCA Swim Team competes year round in both YMCA and USA sanctioned swimming events. With 250 swimmers between the ages of 7 and 18, each swimmer is placed in one of our progressive practice groups based upon age and coaches’ evaluation. The primary season runs from September through March providing each swimmer with the opportunity to compete on a dual meet team and participate in Championship meets. More info: or contact Head Coach, Peter Barry (908)630-3531.

Private Lessons

(members only) Private swim lessons for all ages and abilities with qualified instructors. Scheduling depends on availability of instructors and pool space. Contact Suzi Pellegrino (908)766-7898 ext. 604 Private 1/2 hr class 2 person 1/2 hr class

$160(4-30min classes) $280(4-30min classes)

Masters Swim Program

Make swimming more than just going back and forth. Masters offers coached workouts geared toward swimmers who have a desire to do interval training and are looking for a more social swimming experience. Perfect for the seasoned lap swimmer who is looking for the camaraderie of a group workout, the triathlete who wants to improve their swimming endurance, or the “retired” competitive swimmer looking for motivation to get back into the pool. Opportunities are available to compete in local Masters swim meets for those interested, no previous experience required. For more information on adult aquatics programs please contact

Drop-in Swim Level Evaluations: Sat, August 4 @ 11:00-11:30am Mon, August 6 @ 3:00-4:00pm Thu, August 9 @ 10:00-11:00am Tue, August 14 @ 5:45-6:30pm Thu, August 16 @ 3:00-4:00pm Thu, September 6 @ 5:00-6pm

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active older adults

(activities & events)

Make new friends and connect with old friends while focusing on your personal health and wellness. Join us for a monthly potluck lunch, social activities, lectures, aquatic offerings and, of course, wellness activities including cardio, strength and flexibility. Our Drop-In Senior Center is open on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00am to 2:30pm in the lower level Gagnon Teen/Community Center at Mt Airy. Senior Drop-In is offered FREE to all Y senior members. Potential members can pay a drop-in fee per month from the 1st to the end of the month, valid on Tuesday and Thursday only. Please contact Laurie Reynolds, Senior Outreach Coordinator at (908)766-7898 ext. 341 or

Basic Drop-In Schedule

Tuesdays and Thursdays *Coffee and Socialization are ongoing from 9:00am-2:00pm

8:30-10:45am 10:00-11:00am 11:00-12:00pm 12:00pm 12:30-2:00pm

Water Exercise* Social Hour: Games, Coffee, & Fellowship Wellness: Kinesis, Cardio, Strength, Flexbility Bring your own informal lunch Social Activities. (see sampling below)

Social Activities Sampling • Mahjongg/Scrabble/Bridge/Canasta • Senior Conversation - join us to discuss current events with your peers.

• Knit and Crochet - bring a project or come to learn. • Alzheimer’s Quilt - spend an hour contributing to a textural quilt for Alzheimer’s patients, donated to area organizations.

• Stampin Up - create artistic cards with precut supplies. • Senior Spin - cruise the flats or take on some hills, choose your own pace.

• Health Discussions - learn the latest information from the Senior Fitness Schedule

Aquatic Class*



Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

8:00-9:00am 11:00am-12:00pm 7:45-8:30am 11:00-11:30am 12:30pm 8:00-9:00am 11:00am-12:00pm 11:00am -12:00pm 8:00-9:00am 10:50-11:50am 11:45am-12:30pm 8:00-9:00am 11:00am-12:00pm

*please refer to online Water Exercise Schedule

Mellow Step MA Strength & Conditioning RW Beginner Pilates MA Kinesis MA (sign up required) Zumba Gold® MA Zumba Gold® MA Strength & Conditioning RW Yoga RW Mellow Step MA Balance & Strength MA Senior Spin MA Yoga MA Strength & Conditioning RW

• • • •

National Institute of Health, the Office On Aging, Doctors and Nurses and our own personal trainers. Kinesis - addresses strength, cardio, and flexibility in one session. Watercolor/Digital Photography - indulge your creative side. Your Class Here - bring a book discussion or a passion to our senior group. Zumba Gold ® - Fun, intro class to get you up and moving.

Senior Trips/Healthy Bones

In collaboration with the Somerset County Office on Aging, the Visiting Nurses Association of Somerset Hills and area Recreation Departments, we are pleased to offer exciting new programs for seniors. Please contact Laurie Reynolds (908)766-7898 ext. 341 for more information.

Arthritis Foundation YMCA Aquatic Program (AFYAP)

A series of gentle activities in the pool open to anyone with arthritis, rheumatic diseases, or recovering from injury. It is not necessary to know how to swim. Pre-registration is necessary. For more information please call the Aquatics Dept. at (908)766-7898 ext 551 Mon thru Thu Mon, Wed & Fri

9:00-9:45am 9:15-10:15am

Fellowship Village Mt. Airy

Book Discussions

Please see schedule available at the welcome center.

Strong Kids Financial Assistance

In an effort to make the Y more accessible to our senior population, our senior membership fees are 30% less than regular adult memberships. Additional financial assistance is available; please contact (908)766-7898 ext. 346

Free/$130 Free/$130

Summer Fall Session Session | Sep| 9June - Dec 278, - August 2012 24 20, 2011 2 Somerset Hills YMCA programs for Individuals with Special Needs

special needs Jamnastics Ages 4–10yrs

Gymnastics program for children with special needs. This program will teach gymnastics skills in a nurturing environment that can accommodate the needs of each individual child. The program will be taught by USAG Safety-certified Gymnastics coaches and assistants, however, it is recommended that children be accompanied by a caregiver who will assist the child. Tue



Music and Movement Ages 6-10yrs

This dance class is specifically designed for children with special needs. This class will help to develop each child’s body awareness. For more information please contact Jessica Prakopcyk at (908)766-7898 ext. 544. Fri




This swimming class is geared for children with special needs who cannot participate in our traditional swim lesson program. This offers the child the benefit of small group instruction in personal water safety skills and stroke basics. This program will take place at fellowship village. Completion of the Special Needs Intake Form is required. Please choose the day and 30min time slot that is right for you. S.T.A.R.S. at Fellowship Village Tue, Wed or Fri 4:00-4:30pm 4:30-5:00pm 5:00-5:30pm 5:30-6:00pm



This is the next level of aquatics instruction for children with special needs. This program is a continuation of our beginner level STARS Program. It focuses on greater independence in the water and greater development of stroke technique. This program will take place at Mt. Airy Road facility. Completion of the Special Needs Intake Form is required. Please choose the day and 30min time slot that is right for you. AQUA S.T.A.R.S. at Mount Airy Road $204/$408 Friday 4:00-4:30pm 4:30-5:00pm 5:00-5:30pm 5:30-6:00pm Saturday 12:00-12:30pm 12:30-1:00pm

NEW! Achievers Day Program Ages 18+yrs

Real Life Choices Approved Provider State of New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities. Participants must be evaluated. Please place your name on our waiting list via our online registration process. This 12 week program is designed to maximize the unique nature of the Y by providing services to adults with special needs in a fully included setting. Participants will be trained in pre-employment, employment and employment retention skills, and then be afforded the chance to practice the skills in a real world environment. This program will utilize the most current research based, field tested curriculum funded by the US Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment, called Skills to Pay the Bills: Mastering Soft Skills for Workplace Success , as well as provide opportunities for recreational/social learning. For more information contact Lauren Hirtes at (908)766-7898 ext 405 Wed & Fri 10:00am-2:00pm


To discuss ways that our programs may be able to accommodate individuals with special needs, please contact Lauren Hirtes (908)766-7898 ext. 405

S.W.I.M. Inc - “Specialized Water Interest Movement”

This program is offered free to individuals to provide recreational therapy for adults with muscular impairment. For more information please contact (908)766-7898 ext. 405

S.N.A.P.-“Special Needs Adult Program” Ages 15+yrs A social group designed to bring together young adults with special needs, aged 15 and over. Each month a different social event is planned such as movie night, a dance, a barbeque, bowling and more. S.N.A.P provides young adults with social opportunities for meeting new friends and pursuing hobbies in a safe nurturing environment. Please contact Amy Margaret MacDonald at (908)766-7898 ext 560.

S.N.A.P. Fitness Ages 15+yrs

Meets in the Kinesis room. This 12 wk exercise program is designed for young adults with special needs. The class is held in a group setting and focuses on strength, cardio, balance and flexibility. Class size is limited to 12 participants. For more info contact Amy Margaret MacDonald at (908)766-7898 ext 560. Tue & Thu



S.N.A.P. Instructional Fitness Ages 15+yrs

This 12 week program is designed to provide strength, cardio, balance and flexibility training to individuals who require a more intense level of support then can be met in S.N.A.P. Fitness classes. Meets in Kinesis room. The class is held in small groups with no more than 4 persons. Determination for acceptance into the SNAP Instructional Fitness class is determined by the instructor. For more information contact Amy Margaret MacDonald at 908-766-7898 ext 560 Wed



Fall Session | Sep 9 - Dec 8, 2012

WANT MORE INFORMATION? CALL Michelle (908)221-0801

bethel ridge The Somerset Hills YMCA is proud to partner with Bethel Ridge, Inc. to expand our offerings of essential programs to the special needs population in our community. Please note all classes are conveniently located in Basking Ridge and taught by a certified special educator or employment specialist. We offer small class instruction to maximize the potential for success. Classes are appropriate for students age 14 through adult. Tutoring is available upon request. Please call 908-221-0801 for more information or visit our website at Please call our partner agency, Bethel Ridge, at (908)221-0801, so they may evaluate your interest.

NEW! Math Matters

This course is designed to heighten mathematical skills used for daily living. Students will review and refresh their problem solving skills, practice basic use of a calculator and learn budgeting techniques such as writing a check, balancing a checkbook, managing a weekly budget and making change. These skills will help the participant increase his/her confidence with handling money, as well as reviewing basic math concepts-addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Oct. 3 - Nov. 7. Wed



This cooking course is designed to teach basic cooking. Students will be taught how to improve their culinary skills through the proper use of kitchen appliances and utensils. They will prepare quick, easy and healthy meals! Oct. 2 - Nov. 6 Tue



Reading for Life and Social Skills

This course is designed to develop and strengthen reading skills for greater success in everyday life. Time will be utilized to develop social skills through small group activities. Oct. 3 - Nov. 7 Wed


Creative Arts (and Crafts)

Students explore their creativity and personal expression through a variety of imaginative arts and crafts projects. Oct. 5 - Nov. 9 Fri



Cyber Explorer

This course will offer the participant a chance to become more familiar with the basics of computer use. Mouse movements, keyboarding, basic editing features of creating documents and e-mail use will be introduced. Various computer and web games will be used to help the user build new skills. E-mail internet exploration and internet safety will be taught and practiced. Oct. 5-Nov. 9 Fri



The Savvy Driver

This course is designed to review the New Jersey Drivers Manual and to assist the student in learning the rules of the road. This course will help the student understand the manual and better prepare them to take the NJ Drivers Permit. Sep. 24-Nov. 12 Mon



Job Skills Workshop “Job Coach�

The Bubbling Gourmet



This workshop style course is designed to develop pre-job skills for teens and adults. An Employment Specialist will provide students with tools to develop resumes, hone interviewing skills and help with job searches. Tue4:00-5:30pm $250 Oct. 2-Nov. 6

NEW! 1:1 Tutoring now available $75

Summer Fall Session Session | Sep| 9June - Dec 278, - August 2012 26 20, 2011 2

community programs Lifeguard Training Course

Career Forum

Career Forum provides opportunities for job seekers or those in job transition to learn more about the job hunt and to network. Free to the community. A schedule of upcoming topics is available at the YMCA or on our website. For more information, please contact Sylvia Velez (908)630-3530. Tue


Toastmasters Club -

(Part of Toastmasters International) A worldwide non-profit organization that gives its members the opportunity to develop and improve their public speaking abilities through local club meetings, training seminars and speech contests. Whether you’re speaking to the board of directors, a prospective employer, your customer, your co-worker or your children, Toastmasters can help you do it better in a supportive environment. While you are welcome to attend as a guest whenever you like, becoming a member offers you many benefits and excellent Toastmasters publications, all for a nominal fee. For more information, please contact Jennifer Williford (908)630-3527, or visit Wed

•Minimum age: 15 years by the last day of the class •All participants must pass a pretest which consists of swimming a total of 300 yards (12 lengths of the pool) continuously and retrieving a 10lbs object from a minimum of 7 feet of water and swimming with it on their back for 20 yards. •Fee for the Regular Course will be $320. •Refund Policy: Refunds will only be given up through the completion of the pre-test for the course which is designed as the entrance into the course itself. •Upon successful completion of the lifeguard course, participants will be certified in Lifeguarding, First Aid, and CPR/AED for the Professional rescuer. For more information contact (908)766-7898 ext. 518


Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts

Earn your badges with the Y! We can accommodate up to 20 scouts in many different fields of study including fine art, architecture, design, graphic arts, music, painting, pottery, sculpture, dance, swimming, safety, rock climbing, fitness, aquatics or wellness. We will help your scouts succeed. Contact Aquatics (908)630-3513, Arts & Gymnastics (908)630-3512, Sports (908)630-3519, or Wellness (908) 630-3432


This will be an American Red Cross course that covers child care; leadership; safety; feeding to bedtime; emergencies; and First Aid/ CPR. Contact Troy DeLorenzo for more information at (908)766-7898 ext. 595 or email at

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid is offered in the form of an interactive 12 hour course that presents an overview of mental illness and substance use disorders in the U.S. and introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems, builds understanding of their impact, and overviews common treatments. Those who take the 12-hour course to certify as Mental Health First Aiders learn a 5-step action plan encompassing the skills, resources and knowledge to help an individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care. Contact Susan Visser at (908)766-7898 ext. 553 Tuesday, October 16th & 23rd 9:00am-4:00pm

First Aid

This will be an American Heart Association, American Red Cross, or American Safety & Health Institute course that covers checking scene safety; legal considerations; addressing bleeding, burns, bone, and muscle injuries; and sudden illnesses. Contact Troy DeLorenzo for more information at (908)766-7898 ext. 595 or email at $75

Safety Courses for Groups

Groups or organizations needing CPR/AED (Adult, Child,and/or Infant), First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens, Child Abuse Prevention, or Oxygen Administration. Contact Troy DeLorenzo at

CPR/AED for the Professional

This will be either an American Heart Association BLS or American Red Cross Pro course. Includes 1 and 2 rescuer CPR; adult, child, and infant CPR; obstructed airway management; and AED. Text and pocket mask included. Contact Troy DeLorenzo at (908)766–7898ext. 595 or email at $100

CPR/AED Review

This will be either an American Heart Association or America Red Cross review class for people who have current professional level CPR cards. Cards MUST be brought to class and shown to instructor. Contact Troy DeLorenzo for more information at (908)766–7898 ext. 595 or email at $60

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Somerset Hills YMCA (908)766-7898 Mount Airy 140 Mount Airy Road Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 Ext 500 Riverwalk 665 Martinsville Road Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 Ext 400

Fall Session Sep 9 - Dec 8, 2012

Mission Statement The Somerset Hills YMCA is a charitable community service organization, rooted in Christian values and dedicated to helping all people grow in spirit, mind and body. We are guided by our core principles of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.

Somerset Hills YMCA Program and Membership Guide FALL 2012  

Somerset Hills YMCA Program and Membership Guide FALL 2012

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