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SPRING 1: SPRING 2:

February26–April15,2012 (7 weeks) April22–June16,2012 (8 weeks)

PROGRAMGUIDe SOUTHSHOReYMCA–QUINCYBRANCH ssymca.org


SAVeTHeDATe for the following

2012ANNUALSUPPORTCAMPAIGNeVeNTS Tasteofthe SouthShore 16thAnnual YMCA TReK GolfClassic SouthShore March 22nd June 9th July 11th Log in to ssymca.org for more details!

Dear Members, For many, spring means the return of sunshine — the days become longer, the weather becomes milder, there is a lift of spirits and attitudes with those you meet and see each day, and there are a lot more smiles!!! And so it is with this in mind that we would like to share with you some of our hopes for this coming spring and that more in our communities will smile knowing…

TheYMCAisacharity… and is committed to strengthening our communities by providing financial assistance through our Annual Support Campaign to develop programs and services that help to build a healthy spirit, mind and body… weserveall… everyone in our communities deserves a place where they have the opportunity to grow, learn and thrive. We are here for you, your neighbors, and anyone who needs our help to be healthy…

Youmakeadifference… With your financial support of our Annual Support Campaign we will be able to help more individuals, families, and seniors who need our help. And with your helping hands as a volunteer we can reach out and strengthen the community around us — creating many more smiles on faces and in hearts.

Together… wecan makeadifference! Thank you, Cheryl Botieri, Vice President of Mission Advancement

OURMISSION:

OURFOCUS:

OURVALUeS:

The South Shore YMCA is a not-for-profit association of individuals dedicated to improving the quality of life for all through programs that promote healthy spirit, mind and body. Rooted in Christian tradition and values, the YMCA seeks to serve all people regardless of age, gender, race, religion or economic circumstances.

ForYouthDevelopment:

Caring:

Our programs and services strive to strengthen the family, guide the youth of today and meet the ever-changing needs of our community.

ForSocialResponsibility:

Nurturing the potential of every child and teen

ForHealthyLiving: Improving the nation’s health and well-being Giving back and providing support to our neighbors

Show a sincere concern for others

Honesty: Be truthful in what you say and do

Respect: Follow the golden rule

Responsibility: Be accountable for your promises and actions

ContactUs

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QuincyBranch – 79 Coddington Street, Quincy, MA 02169

Phone: (617) 479-8500

Fax: (617) 773-9135

CampBurgess/Hayward – 75 Stowe Road, Sandwich, MA 02563 GermantownNeighborhoodCenter – 366 Palmer Street, Quincy, MA 02169 Hanover – 75 Mill Street, Hanover, MA 02339 SouthShoreearlyLearningCenter – 1705 Washington St., Hanover, MA 02339 SouthShoreNaturalScienceCenter – 48 Jacobs Lane, Norwell MA 02061

Phone: (508) 428-2571 Phone: (617) 376-1384 Phone: (781) 829-8585 Phone: (781) 826-7900 Phone: (781) 659-2559

Fax: (508) 420-3545 Fax: (617) 689-8332 Fax: (781) 829-8831 Fax: (781) 826-7901 Fax: (781) 659-5924


• 2012 SPRING1&2 SOUTHSHOReYMCA•QUINCYBRANCH

OURSeSSIONSHAVeCHANGeD In order to provide more quality programming throughout our calendar year the South Shore YMCA has created a new program calendar which will consist of 6 sessions:

Fall1 Fall2 winter Spring 1 Spring2 Summer

ssymca.org

table of contents 4–5

FOR YOUTH DeVeLOPMeNT

For your convenience, our annual program calendar is located on the second to last page of this guide. This useful calendar gives a view of the entire year including registration dates and the start dates of all sessions. Please keep this guide for future reference for program dates; codes are the same in the Spring 2 session, unless otherwise noted.

SPRING2012SeSSIONS

6–9

Aquatics Programs – Youth Youth Swim Lessons . . . . 6–7 Splash Week & Competitive Swimming . . . . 8 Red Cross Certifications . . . . 9

10–11 12

Arts & Education – Youth Youth Areas Birthday Parties. . . . . . . . . 12

13 14 15 16 17

Child Care Youth & Family Personal Fitness – Youth Sports – Youth Teens

FOR HeALTHY LIVING

(Spring 1 is a 7-week session; Spring 2 is 8-weeks)

18–19

Aquatics Programs – Adults Adult Water Activities. . . . . 18 Adult Fitness Swimming . . . 19

20

Arts & Education – Adults

21–23

Personal Fitness – Adults Older Adults . . . . . . . . . . . 23

23

Sports – Adults

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Partnership Program

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South Shore YMCA Locations

SPRING1SeSSION: February 26th – April 15th SPRING2SeSSION: April 22nd – June 16th SPRING1 registrationbegins: Full Members Only – February 14th; Non-Members – February 17th

SPRING2 registrationbegins: Full Members Only – April 3rd; Non-Members – April 6th

NewLocation… SameGreat Camp! Summer  RegistDrayCamp Begins ation March 1st Seepag ! eiv oft hein fo rmorei

Registration Information

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FOR SOCIAL ReSPONSIBILITY 26

Support for our Community

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2011–2012 Program Calendar

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Membership

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Rates & Information

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Staff Directory

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Summer Day Camps

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ReGISTRATIONINFORMATION SOUTHSHOReYMCA•QUINCYBRANCH Sign up online at www.ssymca.org or phone-in to (617) 471-5795

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Sundaysring2 ,M &Satur ondays days are 7w eeks Feeswill b attime epro-rated ofregist ration

Spring 1 Session is 7 weeks, and Spring 2 Session is 8 weeks unless otherwise noted.

spring12012 registrationdates:

spring22012 registrationdates:

Tuesday,February14

Tuesday,April3

FuLL MEMbERS

FuLL MEMbERS

Web (online) Phone-In Walk-In

Begins at 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

Web (online) Phone-In Walk-In

Begins at 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

wednesday&Thursday,Feb.15&16

wednesday&Thursday,April4&5

FuLL MEMbERS

FuLL MEMbERS

Web (online) Walk-In

All hours

Web (online)

8:30 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

Walk-In

(Member Service Desk)

8:30 a.m.–10:00 p.m. (Member Service Desk)

Friday,February17

Friday,April6

NON-MEMbERS

NON-MEMbERS

Web (online) Phone-In Walk-In

All hours

Begins at 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

Web (online) Phone-In Walk-In

Begins at 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

Spring12012 Sessionbegins

Spring22012 Sessionbegins

Sunday, February 26, 2012 for 7-weeks

Sunday, April 22, 2012 for 8-weeks

Attention participants: You may only register for Spring1ProgramsduringSpring1Registration and Spring2ProgramsduringSpring2Registration. Fees: Spring 2 fees for Tues–Fri classes will be for 8-weeks; all others will be for 7-weeks unless otherwise noted.

ONLINeReGISTRATIONPROCeSS: whocanregisteronline? Full Members and Non-Members 1. Go to ssymca.org

2. Click on the RegisterOnline button and follow the instructions

PHONe-INReGISTRATIONINSTRUCTIONS(Phone lines will be busy! Please be patient.) Payment is required at time of registration. Please have your credit card ready (MC, VISA, AMERICAN EXPRESS, or DISCOVER).

whatwillIneedtoregisteroverthephone? 1. Name of a parent/guardian of any child being registered. 2. Name, address, phone number and birth date of any child you are registering. You may only register people in your immediate family.

3. Program Code listed next to the day and time of the program in brochure. 4. Credit card number, expiration date, and name on credit card. 4

CALL: (617)471-5795


ReGISTRATIONINFORMATION SOUTHSHOReYMCA•QUINCYBRANCH RegistrationInformation

Credits and Refunds

Please note the following:

— If notification of withdrawal is received 48 hours or more prior to the first class, a full YMCA credit will be issued. A refund may be issued minus a $15.00 processing fee.

1. Due to high call volume, Full Memberships will not be sold over the phone. Please purchase membership prior to designated registration days.

2. Please confirm your birth date and email address with us to help facilitate future web registration. 3. After week 2 of the program schedule, registration will not be allowed without approval from the program director.

Policies:ProgramRegistration,Cancellations, MakeUpClasses,andCredit/Refunds Program Registration In order to receive member rates for programs, your membership must be current throughout the entire program session. If it expires during the session and you do not wish to renew, you must pay the non-member rate. Program Cancellations The YMCA reserves the right to cancel a class due to low enrollment; a full Credit or Refund will be issued. The YMCA may also cancel a class due to unforeseen events, i.e. Safety Concerns, Weather, Building Closures, etc. Make up Classes In the event that a cancelled class can not be made up by the YMCA, a YMCA credit will be issued for the cancelled class.

— If notification of withdrawal is received less than 48 hours prior to the first class, a $15.00 processing fee will be applied to both YMCA credits and refunds. — If notification of withdrawal is received up to the third class, credits and refunds will be issued minus the number of classes held and a $15.00 processing fee. — After the third class, only a YMCA credit will be issued minus the number of classes held plus a $15.00 processing fee. — At this time, YMCA credits can not be applied via On-Line Registration. – Only the director of the program can give credits/refunds. Make up classes are not available for classes missed by participants due to personal conflicts.

waitListPolicy

If a program is full and you are not registered for a program, you may be placed on 3 wait lists. You will make no payment at that time and will be contacted by a program director if we are able to add you into the program (please do not call the YMCA to check your status and please do not come to the first class if you’re on the waiting list). Please make sure we have your correct address, email, and phone number on file.

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Please keep this guide for future reference for program dates; codes are the same in the Spring 2 session, unless otherwise noted.

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FORYOUTHDeVeLOPMeNT NURTURINGTHePOTeNTIALOFeVeRYCHILDANDTeeN AQUATICS–YOUTHSwIMLeSSONS Attention participants: You may only register for Spring1ProgramsduringSpring1Registration and Spring2ProgramsduringSpring2Registration. ForAquaticsprogramsonly: Spring 1 is 7 weeks and Spring 2 is 9 weeks.

parent/child

preschool

These programs include the basics of water safety and swimming skills

Preschool swimming is for children not yet in first grade.

Skill evaluation is not required for Parent/Child lessons.

$74 Full Member; $110 Non-member

All children must wear swim diapers.

Pike*taught with a double bubble

Fees:

(Water Babies, Parent & Tot, and Pre-Pike)

waterBabies (30 min. class) 6–18 months old w/parent.

Tue Wed Wed Thur Sat Sat

9:00 9:35 6:00 9:00 8:45 9:20

a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m.

Parent/Tot (30 min. class) 18–36 months old w/parent.

10AQPAT01 10AQPAT02 10AQPAT03 10AQPAT04 10AQPAT05 10AQPAT06

Tue Wed Wed Thur Sat Sat

9:00 9:35 6:00 9:00 9:55 10:30

(Pike, Eel, Ray, and Starfish)

(30 min. class) 3–6 yrs. without parent.

$60 Full Member; $90 Non-member

10AQWBA01 10AQWBA02 10AQWBA03 10AQWBA04 10AQWBA05 10AQWBA06

Fees:

a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m.

Pre-Pike (30 min. class) 3–5 years old w/parent.

10AQPIK01 10AQPIK02 10AQPIK03 10AQPIK04 10AQPIK05 10AQPIK06 10AQPIK07 10AQPIK08 10AQPIK09 10AQPIK10 10AQPIK11 10AQPIK12 10AQPIK13 10AQPIK14 10AQPIK15 10AQPIK16 10AQPIK17 10AQPIK18 10AQPIK19 10AQPIK20 10AQPIK21 10AQPIK22

Sun Sun Mon Mon Mon Mon Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Thur Fri Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat

9:50 10:25 9:35 3:20 4:30 6:35 9:35 3:05 3:40 6:00 9:00 6:00 6:35 6:00 3:20 8:45 9:20 9:55 10:30 11:05 11:40 12:15

a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m.

Designed for children & parents who would like to take a Pike class together.

10AQPRP01 10AQPRP02 10AQPRP03 10AQPRP04

Mon Tue Sat Sat

6:00 6:00 11:05 11:40

p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m.

totswim

Try our new TOT-SWIM: Come enjoy a fun morning with your child, Take a Tumble, Take a Splash!

ClassSize: 15 individuals per session! Fees: Included in Membership $6.00 per class, per child, or $9.00 if attend both Tot-gym/Tot-swim! (see pg. 12 for TotGym)

Mondays Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays 6

11:30 11:30 11:30 11:00

a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m.

eel*taught with a single bubble (30 minute class) 3–6 years without parent.

10AQEEL01 10AQEEL02 10AQEEL03 10AQEEL04 10AQEEL05 10AQEEL06 10AQEEL07 10AQEEL08 10AQEEL09 10AQEEL10 10AQEEL11 10AQEEL12 10AQEEL13 10AQEEL14 10AQEEL15

Sun Mon Mon Tue Wed Thur Thur Thur Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat

9:50 3:20 6:00 3:05 3:05 9:35 4:30 6:35 8:45 9:20 9:55 10:30 11:05 11:40 12:15

a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m.

Ray*taught without a bubble (30 minute class) 3–6 years without parent.

10AQRAY01 10AQRAY02 10AQRAY03 10AQRAY04 10AQRAY05 10AQRAY06 10AQRAY07 10AQRAY08 10AQRAY09 10AQRAY10

Sun Mon Mon Wed Thur Thur Sat Sat Sat Sat

9:50 3:40 6:35 6:00 4:30 6:00 9:55 10:30 11:05 11:40

a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m.

Starfish (30 minute class) 3–6 years without parent.

10AQSTR01 10AQSTR02 10AQSTR03 10AQSTR04 10AQSTR05

Wed Thur Thur Fri Sat

3:40 3:40 6:00 3:55 11:15

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m.

evaluationsareRequired!

spring2fees Due to longer, 9-week session

Parent/ Child: $77 Full Member; $116 Non-member

Preschool/ Youth/Adult: $95 Full Member; $142 Non-member

Evaluations are required for all new swimming participants in the Preschool and Youth programs, PRIOR to registration! Evaluations are not needed for Parent and Child levels.

evaluationTimes

SPRING1:February13–17,2012 SPRING2:April2–6,2012 Mon.-Fri.from4:00-5:00p.m. AlsoeverySat.12:30-1:00p.m. No Appointment Necessary

Please keep this guide for future reference for program dates; codes are the same in the Spring 2 session, unless otherwise noted.


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youth For children grades 1+. Each skill level is divided into five components: Personal safety, stroke development, water sports and games, personal growth, and rescue. Please note: A skill evaluation is required for each child not previously enrolled in these programs PRIOR to registration.

Fees:

Polliwog, Guppy, Minnow, Fish, Flying Fish, Shark

$74 Full Member; $110 Non-member

Polliwog(30 minute class) 10AQPOL01 10AQPOL02 10AQPOL03 10AQPOL04 10AQPOL05 10AQPOL06 10AQPOL07 10AQPOL08 10AQPOL09 10AQPOL10 10AQPOL11 10AQPOL12 10AQPOL13 10AQPOL14 10AQPOL15

Sun Sun Mon Tue Wed Thur Thur Fri Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat

10:25 11:00 3:55 6:35 6:35 3:55 6:35 3:40 8:45 9:20 9:55 10:30 11:05 11:40 12:15

a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m.

10:25 3:55 4:30 6:00 6:35 3:40 6:35 3:40 6:35 3:55 4:30 8:45 9:20 9:55 10:30 11:40

a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m.

Guppy(30 minute class) 10AQGUP01 10AQGUP02 10AQGUP03 10AQGUP04 10AQGUP05 10AQGUP06 10AQGUP07 10AQGUP08 10AQGUP09 10AQGUP10 10AQGUP11 10AQGUP12 10AQGUP13 10AQGUP14 10AQGUP15 10AQGUP16

Sun Mon Mon Mon Mon Tue Tue Wed Wed Thur Fri Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat

Minnow(45 minute class) 10AQMIN01 10AQMIN02 10AQMIN03 10AQMIN04 10AQMIN05 10AQMIN06 10AQMIN07 10AQMIN08 10AQMIN09 10AQMIN10

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thur Thur Fri Sat Sat Sat

11:00 a.m. 7:10 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 8:45 a.m 10:25 a.m 11:15 a.m.

10AQFIS01 10AQFIS02 10AQFIS03 10AQFIS04 10AQFIS05 10AQFIS06 10AQFIS07

Mon Tue Tue Thu Sat Sat Sat

7:10 4:15 7:05 4:15 8:30 10:25 12:10

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m.

FlyingFish(45 minute class) 10AQFLF01 10AQFLF02 10AQFLF03 10AQFLF04 10AQFLF05 10AQFLF06 10AQFLF07

Mon Tue Tue Thu Fri Sat Sat

7:10 4:15 7:05 7:05 4:15 9:35 11:20

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m.

7:10 4:15 7:05 7:05 4:15 9:35 11:20

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m.

Shark(45 minute class) 10AQSHA01 10AQSHA02 10AQSHA03 10AQSHA04 10AQSHA05 10AQSHA06 10AQSHA07

Mon Tue Tue Thu Fri Sat Sat

family

FamilySwim

Fish(45 minute class)

Spend family fun time together in the pool! Parents who have children under the age of 7 or who are non-swimmers MUST be in the pool with the children at all times. Check out our pool schedule for days and times — available at the branch or online at: www.ssymca.org

flyers

Introduction to Swim Team

45 min./ 2 days per week The flyers is a class designed for swimmers who are ready for more than traditional swim lessons, but not quite ready for the full commitment of swim team. Participants will be educated on the elements of all the competitive strokes including starts and turns. Swimmers will improve their strokes and build endurance. Flyers is perfect for anyone in the fish level or higher who wants to learn about swimming competitively.

Fees: $147 Full Member; $183 Non-mbr 10AQYCL01 Mon & Wed 4:15 p.m.

ForAquaticsprogramsonly: Spring 1 is 7 weeks and Spring 2 is 9 weeks.

private swimlessons for Pre-school, Youth and Adults (30 min. class)

The format can be either one-on-one or semi-private with up to three students.

PrivateLesson: $39 Full Member*

Semi-PrivateLesson $55 Full Member*

Or,BuyABundleof 4LessonsandSave: $144 Full Member — Private; $208 Full member — Semi-Private *Non-members will be charged an additional $10 fee and are limited to 8 lessons/year. Please call for prices. For more information or to register, call Felix Hor, Aquatics Coordinator at ext. 107.

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splashweek2012

APRIL VACATION APRIL 16–20, 2012

Backbypopulardemand! for children ages 5–12 years old (30 min. classes Mon – Fri)

SPLASH is a five-day program that teaches children basic swimming skills and water safety practices along with YMCA core character values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. The 30 minute lesson each day offers water familiarization, basic swim instruction, and will also feature pool games and parent education, at a nominal fee. The YMCASPLASH program is a national YMCA initiative that is an inexpensive opportunity for kids age 5–12, to learn water safety. The program is designed to prepare children with swimming ability from non-swimmer to beginner for summer swimming programs as well as to help parents feel comfortable with their confidence and skills in and around water. Don’t wait to register, this program sells out every year and space is limited. Fornon-swimmersorbeginnerswimmersonly.

Fees: Monday – Friday 10AQYCL01 10AQYCL02 10AQYCL03

$10 Full Member; $15 Non-member

9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

10AQYCL04 10AQYCL05

10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

COMPeTITIVeSwIMMING—YOUTH/TeeN

southshoreymcastrypersswimteam The South Shore YMCA Strypers are committed to making every swimmer matter, providing a safe environment and the tools they need to grow personally and athletically. We encourage the four core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility to develop the individual in a competitive team environment to be successful in swimming and in life. For further information please visit our website

www.ssystrypers.com

or contact Head Coach Terri Phinney at (781) 829-8585, ext. 242 or via email at terrip@ssymca.org

new!

swimteamspringtraining (1 hour practice) 3 days per week

For current Gold and Silver Strypers who wish to continue swimming in the spring and for newly competitive swimmers who are looking to develop their technique of all four competitive strokes, starts, turns, and endurance. This program is ideal for swimmers looking to gear up for summer swim team, or for those who are just getting started in competitive swimming. Evaluation required before registering.

Fees: $241 Full Member; $315 Non-member MILL POND 50STEAM30 Mon/Wed/Fri 4:00–5:00 p.m. QUINCY

10STEAM30 Mon/Wed 5:00–6:00 p.m. and Sat 12:50–1:50 p.m. For more information, call Terri at ext. 242.

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FORYOUTHDeVeLOPMeNT NURTURINGTHePOTeNTIALOFeVeRYCHILDANDTeeN AMeRICANReDCROSSCeRTIFICATIONS AmericaRedCross LifeguardTraining

This is a 30-hour nationally recognized certification program for those who wish to become lifeguards. Successful completion of this course provides certification in Lifeguard, Community First Aid, & CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Prerequisites: • Must be 15 years old by the conclusion of the class • Swim 300 yards (using freestyle & breaststroke) • Swim 20 yards and retrieve a 10lb brick from a depth of 9 feet and swim back with the brick

Fees: $285 Full Member; $335 Non-member February vacation 2/21–2/24

10CERCC02 Tue–Fri 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

AmericanRedCross waterSafetyInstructorTraining This is a 30-hour nationally recognized certification program for those who wish to become swim instructors. If you’re at least 16 and a proficient swimmer, you can become an American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor and teach swimming lessons.

Fees: $325 Full Member; $400 Non-member 4/23–5/23

10CERCC08 Mon & Wed 6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. 5/29–6/1

10CERCC09 Tue – Fri 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 6/11–6/15

10CERCC10 Mon – Fri 3:30 – 10:00 p.m.

waterfrontLifeguard Certification

Add this to your basic lifeguard certification to be able to guard at beaches. Must hold a current lifeguard certification.

Fees:

3/20–4/12

10CERCC04 Tue & Thu 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. April vacation 4/17–4/20

10CERCC05 Tue – Fri 12:00 – 8:00 p.m. 5/1–5/22

10CERCC06 Tue & Thu 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. 6/4–6/14

10CERCC07 Mon – Thu 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

CPRfortheProfessional

$110 Full Member; $135 Non-member

Rescuer Re-certification

April 21 & 22

This class is for those who possess a current CPR for the professional rescuer certification or one that has not been expired for more than a year. Students must review their course materials prior to the class. You must bring the book and pocket mask to participate in the class.

Fees: $45 Full Member; $65 Non-member Thursdays 4/12 Thursday

10CERCC11

5:00–10:00 p.m.

5/10 Thursday

10CERCC12

5:00–10:00 p.m.

6/7 Thursday

10CERCC13

5:00–10:00 p.m.

10CERCC14 Sat & Sun 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. May 5 & 6

10CERCC15 Sat & Sun 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. May 19 & 20

10CERCC16 Sat & Sun 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

LifeguardRe-Certification

This course will recertify your lifeguard and CPR certification. Students must review their course materials prior to the class. You must bring the book and pocket mask to particiate in the class.

Fees: $110 Full Member; $135 Non-member April 14 & 15

10CERCC17 Sat & Sun 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. April 28 & 29

Visit ssymca.org to learn more and to reference the Cancellation Policy

10CERCC18 Sat & Sun 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. May 12 & May 13

10CERCC19 Sat & Sun 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. June 2 & 3

10CERCC20 Sat & Sun 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 9


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ARTS&eDUCATION—YOUTH

youthmusic

SingingCircleArt Studio/30 min. class newd &timeay !

Music&Me45 min.class (Mixed age, infant to toddler)

Share the joy of music with your child through songs, finger plays, creative movement, dancing and instrument exploration. Basic musical concepts such as beat, melody, tempo and dynamics are explored through fun, age-appropriate activities led by an experienced music educator.

Fees:

(ages 5–7 years)

Develop listening skills, cooperation, and self-esteem. Led by a professional music educator, singers learn basic vocal production, musical concepts, and the joy of making music together. Songs will include some familiar traditional songs from around the world.

Fees: $72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

10AEYCL03

Thur

3:00 p.m.

$72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

10AEFAM02

Musical concepts such as steady beat, rhythm, high/low pitch and tempo are explored through singing and listening games and at the keyboard making this a fun introduction to the keyboard for young children.

Fees: $72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

Thur

3:45 p.m.

45 min. class (grades 1–3)

Offer your child a unique music education experience with group lessons. Learn fundamentals of reading music notation and keyboard playing while developing listening skills and self-esteem.

cooperation and confidence for Preschoolers. Students enjoy singing games, chants, finger plays, action songs, and instrument play with drums, shakers, and bells.

Fees: $72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

Fees:

10AEYCL14

$72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

Tues

45 min. class (PreK/Kindergarten, ages 4–6 years)

BeginningKeyboard1

MusicMakers45 min. class newd (grades Preschool – K) &timeay ! Music classes build language skills,

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Keyboardexplorations

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9:00 a.m.

Tues

piano

Thur

4:30 p.m.

10:00 a.m. new!

Please keep this guide for future reference for program dates; codes are the same in the Spring 2 session, unless otherwise noted.

BeginningKeyboard2 45 min. class (grades 1–3)

These Intermediate lessons are a continuation for students who have taken Beginning Keyboard 1. In this class students will spend more time refining their keyboard skills.

Fees: $72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

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guitar lessons

Art Studio/30 min. (Please see listing in adult arts for ages 13+)

IntrotoGuitar (ages 8–12)

Introductory lessons includes sounds the guitar can make, basic finger/fret board, basic chords and strumming methods, sight reading rhythms and basic melodies. Small group lessons for up to two students.

Fees: $105 Full Member; $158 Non-member Tuesdays

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5:30 pm 6:00 pm 6:30 pm

Guitar1(ages 8–12)

Beginning/Intermediate lessons are a continuation for those who have taken Intro to Guitar. In this class students will spend more time refining their use of the open major/minor chords, and understanding common chord progressions. Small group lessons for up to two students.

Fees: $105 Full Member; $158 Non-member Thursdays

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5:30 pm 6:00 pm 6:30 pm

Thur

5:15 p.m.

YouthPrivateGuitarLessons Art Studio/45 min. (ages 8–12)

One-on-one lessons for guitar players from beginning through advanced. Each lesson features 45 minutes of private instruction designed specifically for each student.

Fees: $140 Full Member; $188 Non-member Saturdays By appointment. Please contact Sage Brousseau at ext. 201.


FORYOUTHDeVeLOPMeNT NURTURINGTHePOTeNTIALOFeVeRYCHILDANDTeeN ARTS&eDUCATION—YOUTH CONT.

youthart

YouthPainting&Drawing Art Studio/45 min. (Grades K–5)

Children will combine painting & drawing techniques to create artwork in a way that facilitates self-expression and builds confidence and self-esteem. In this class students will learn basic drawing and painting skills through a variety of media including pencil, colored pencil, watercolor and tempera paints.

Fees: $105 Full Member; $158 Non-member

10AEYCL01

Sat

8:30 a.m.

Collage&Clay

Art Studio/45 min. (Grades K–5)

Get your hands dirty in this hands-on class that explores both 2-D and 3-D design in a variety of creative activities in everything from paper, wire, and recycled materials to clay. Children will be encouraged to experiment and use their imaginations.

Fees: $105 Full Member; $158 Non-member

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Sat

9:30 a.m.

Paint&Play

Art Studio/30 min. class (18 months – 3 yrs)

Art activities geared to teach children to explore and understand their world through open-ended art experiences that emphasize the process of art, not just the product. Caregivers required to attend with children.

youthdance

CreativeMovementGroup

new! Exercise Studio/45 min. (Ages 3–4) Children are introduced to the fundamentals of dance through the use of imagery, props and creative play. Dancers develop gross motor sckills, along with listening skills and the ability to interact with peers.

Fees: $105 Full Member; $158 Non-member

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Sat

1:00 p.m.

BalletBeginningsGroup Exercise Studio/45 min. (Ages 5–6)

A creative and fun approach to ballet! Dancers learn basic ballet body positions and more advanced gross motor skills all through stories and exploratory play. Dancers introduced to ballet terminology.

Fees: $105 Full Member; $158 Non-member

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Sat

2:00 p.m.

JuniorHipHopGroup Exercise Studio/45 min. (Ages 6 and up)

Junior Hip Hop is set to a strong, contemporary beat, builds stamina, and emphasizes body isolations, attitude, coordination, free-style movement, and rhythm. Class includes warm-up, across the floor, combinations, and choreography.

Fees: $105 Full Member; $158 Non-member

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Sat

3:00 p.m.

april vacationweek new!

Art Around the World April 16 – 20 • Grades 2–5 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Use a wide variety of materials to create several exciting art projects that explore different cultures and countries. In this mixed media class you will have the opportunity to explore working with paint, pencil, fabric, clay and much more. Please provide a lunch, snack and drink for your child. Children should be dressed in clothes that can get messy during hands-on, creative projects.

Fees:

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$125 Full Member; $188 Non-member

Fees: $72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

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Fri

10:00 a.m.

DramaKids

writer’svoice new!

drama new! Art Studio/60 min. (ages 6–10)

KickstartingFiction Location TBD/1.5 hours (ages 15+)

Introduction to story prompts, exercises, workshopping, editing, and other tools to get your ideas onto the page. We will read examples by classic and contemporary authors to see the many things stories can do, and will discuss each other’s stories in progress.

Drama Kids is an innovative theater arts program which uses a variety of drama activities to enhance verbal and communication skills while increasing confidence and self-esteem in kids of all ages. Activities will include improvisation, speech and voice exercises, creative movement, mini-plays, and theater games.

Fees: $105 Full Member; $158 Non-member

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Fees: $72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

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Thurs

6:00 p.m.

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FORYOUTHDeVeLOPMeNT NURTURINGTHePOTeNTIALOFeVeRYCHILDANDTeeN YOUTHAReAS

drop-inplayroom

playroom themes

This is a well-child care area.

Come experience our daily themes:

Enhanced babysitting service for you and your family. Members/adults must be in the building at all times.

Hours:

“MusicMondays” “TotalRecycleTuesdays” “wackywednesdays” “ThemesThursdays” “FunFridays”

8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Mon–Fri Saturday Sunday

Ages: 6 weeks–5 years old Limit: 1 hr/day for children ages 6 weeks–12 months; 2 hrs/day for children ages 1 year–5 years

Fees: Included in Household Memberships $4.00/hour/child for Adult Members/1 Adult + Youth; $2.00/hour/each sibling

opentotgym

$6.00/hour/child for Non Members; $3.00/hour/each sibling

Drop in any Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday! A place with plenty of room for kids, parents, and things to do. Play on our tot equipment and make new friends!

Playroom guidelines are available at the Welcome Center. Contact Alice McConville, Playroom Coordinator at ext. 123.

Auditorium / 2 hour class

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e6 Ages: 6 months – 5 years old Limit: Up to 30 children per class; available on a first-come, first-served basis. Members/adults are required to stay in the room, and can bring up to three children at a time.

Fees: Included in Membership $6.00 per class, per child, payable on a drop-in basis.

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Mon., Wed., Thu., Fri. 10:00 a.m. – Noon

Passes available at the Welcome Center.

youthactivity center This is a well-child care area.

This is a fully staffed program, which incorporates a range of game room activities. Schedules & guidelines are posted in the Youth Activity Center and are also available at the Welcome Center Desk.

Hours:

Mon–Fri 8:00 p.m. Saturday 2:00 p.m. Sunday 12:00 p.m.

8:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. –

Ages: 6–12 years old Fees: Included in Membership Contact Alice McConville, Playroom Coordinator at ext. 123.

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birthday parties2 hour parties — Ages 1–12 If your child is between the ages of 1 and 12, why not come celebrate their birthday at the YMCA? Birthday Party options include Tumbling Tots, Super Sports/Gym Games, Pool Party, and Art Party. All parties include organized activities by the staff to enhance your child’s special day.

Saturdays

12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (POOL ONLY)

Sundays

12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

For more information about birthday party options and prices, stop by the YMCA and pick up a flyer at the Welcome Center Desk or call Katie Marini at ext. 133.

ARTPARTY!for ages 5–12

Celebrate your child’s birthday with a unique and memorable party! Parties include an hour and a half to create an arts and crafts project taught by our staff, as well as time to enjoy cake, presents, and fun. Your Art Party Host will help you create a project that will suit the personality of your child and the skill level of the group. Contact Katie Marini at ext. 133 for more information.


FORYOUTHDeVeLOPMeNT NURTURINGTHePOTeNTIALOFeVeRYCHILDANDTeeN CHILDCARe

thelearning center

Toddler, Pre-school & Private Kindergarten The YMCA Learning Center is fully licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts through the Department of Early Education & Care (EEC) and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the nation’s leading organization of early childhood professionals.

This program is offered year-round to provide a safe and nurturing environment where children are provided opportunities to explore materials, engage in physical activities and enhance language development through positive interactions with peers and teaching staff. The YMCA Learning Center is committed to quality early childhood programming to ensure a solid foundation for learning and school success. We believe that young children learn by doing, and need to experience and explore with concepts through play and hands-on activities in their natural environments. The YMCA core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility are incorporated into the curriculum to enhance character development for our young children. Our toddler, preschool and private kindergarten program includes weekly swimming, and tot gymnasium special events. Curriculum planning is based on the Department of Education Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Standard and Guidelines. Please call Kristine Swan, Director of Learning Center, at (617) 479-8500, ext. 180 to schedule a tour.

schoolage childcareprogram Grades K–6

SCHOOL VACATIONweeKS! new!

Our EEC licensed School Age Child Care Program welcomes children grades K through 6 from elementary and middle schools throughout Quincy. Program hours are Monday through Friday from school dismissal until 6:00 p.m.

Come join our School Age Child Care Program during the upcoming school vacation weeks in February and April!

The School Age Child Care Program provides a safe after school environment where children can continue learning & growing while meeting friends and having new experiences.

FebruaryVacation:February20–24 AprilVacation:April16–20

Our curriculums, the CATCH Program, Readers’ Theatre, and Second Step, focus on building character and confidence in each child through hands on activities. We provide a daily nutritious snack, lunch on half day Tuesdays, as well as swim time each week. Children will continue to develop through our age appropriate activities in the gym, during homework assistance, building arts & crafts projects, performing in talent shows, participating in theme days, & much more! The School Age Child Care Program provides a great opportunity for children to learn, grow, & interact in a positive, creative, and safe atmosphere.

The theme weeks, like Turn Back the Clocks, Rock Star, or Summer in Winter in years past, is dedicated to providing children with a week off filled with new experiences and a chance to meet new friends. The weeks will include arts & crafts projects, recreational games, theme based activities, swim time, and much more! Program is open to all children grades K–6.

For more information on our

schoolage programs please contact Sean Morrissey, School Age Child Care Director, at ext. 118!

Please contact the Director for availability during Quincy Public School snow days.

schoolage sites: Clifford Marshall School bethel Church of the Nazarene Quincy branch of the YMCA

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YOUTH& FAMILY We are excited to offer the following programs and classes, some of which are included with our membership:

kids nightout Parents — take a night off for dinner and let your children join the YMCA for some Friday night fun! Activities will include pizza dinner, swimming, new games and arts & crafts. Please remember to pack your child’s bathing suit and towel.

One child Add’l child One child Add’l child One child Add’l child

new!

reg. by May 2

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June1,2012

One child Add’l child

reg. by April 4

Ages:

4 – 10 years*

Fees:

Members: $10/first child; $5/each additional child

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May4,2012

reg. by May 30

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Non-Members: $20/first child; $10/each additional child * Completed paperwork is required for each child to participate. For more information, please contact Katie Marini at ext. 133. * Please note: All children 6 and under will be required to wear a life jacket during swim.

outdoorfamily adventure day

kidsknit 45 min class (Ages 7+ years)

Come join us for a fun knitting experience. Basic instruction provided, as well as needles, pattern and yarn. Children can also choose to bring their own yarn if desired.

Fees: $45 Full Member; $68 Non-member

10FAYCL15

Mon

6:00 p.m.

character building new! APirate’sLife

45 min. class (Ages 4–7)

Join us for an adventure with manners! Build an arsenal of pirate accessories and gain the knowledge required to set sail. Each child will participate in an Eye Patching, and receive a Certificate of Piracy.

Fees: $45 Full Member; $68 Non-mbr 10FAYCL16

Thurs

10FAFAM04

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

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April6,2012

April 28, 2012 For more information, contact Katie Marini, at ext. 133.

Please register at the Welcome Center Desk by the following dates: Time:

March2,2012reg. by 2/29

Healthy KidsDay!

4:00 p.m.

May19th,2012Register by May 14 10:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.

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A celebration of outdoor fun and family togetherness! Discover letterboxing, an engaging family treasure hunt for the entire family. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at the end of the fun with your new friends. Registration is required and space is limited.

45 min. class (Ages 7+)

Each Lego club class consists of a free build time, individual & group challenges, creative thinking, and problem solving.

Fees: $45 Full Member; $68 Non-mbr Thur

6:00 p.m.

JrLegoClub45 min. class (Ages 4–6)

Fundamentals of teamwork and problem solving is the focus of this class. Children work with small groups to accomplish building tasks. Emphasis on cooperation, listening skills, and overcoming obstacles.

Fees: $45 Full Member; $68 Non-mbr

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Dates: Time: Fees:

Friday (3/16, 4/21, 5/18) 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Included with Household Membership; Non-members: $10 per family/per session For more information contact Katie Marini at ext. 133.

new!

wiggle, Giggle andSplat! 1 hour class (Ages 1–6)

Come make a mess with you child! Exploratory and tactile fun for children. Parent attendance mandatory.

Fees: Included with Household Membership;Non-members: $68 10FAYCL09

Thurs

10:00 a.m.

science&nature ScienceexplorationClass!! 45 min. class (Ages 3–5 years)

Enjoy some fun weekly science activities designed to spark imaginations and creativity!

Fees: $45 Full Member; $68 Non-mbr 10FAYCL10

Thur

11:00 a.m.

45 min class (Ages 6–10 years)

LegoClubAdvanced

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Family Night out is a fun time to bring the family together for quality time. Enjoy family swim, games and activities for every age.

ScienceAdventurers

lego!

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family nightout

Thur

5:00 p.m.

Create crazy concoctions, meet creepy crawlies and learn about the way our world works while having fun!

Fees: $45 Full Member; $68 Non-mbr 10FAYCL11 new!

Mon

5:00 p.m.

Letterboxing; TheUltimateScavengerHunt

45 min. class (Ages 8–12)

Get hooked on adventure with our skilled staff as children explore Letterboxing, a scavenger hunt on the grandest scale. Participants are armed with the tools they need to enjoy this fun family past time.

Fees: $45 Full Member; $68 Non-mbr 10FAYCL12

Tues

4:00 p.m.


Please keep this guide for future reference for program dates; codes are the same in the Spring 2 session, unless otherwise noted.

MeMbeRshIP soUth shoRe YMCA • QUINCY bRANCh full membership options

here’s what your membership includes:

hoUsehoLD* MeMbeRshIP Includes: * Includes up to 5 people residing at the same address. One person must be 18 years of age or older. A $10.00 monthly charge will be incurred for each additional household member. Proof of residency is required.

2 Indoor pools

1 Racquetball Court

Wi-Fi availability

Free-weights

Nautilus strength equipment

Towels available for rental

Wellness & Exercise Classes

Men’s, women’s, boy’s and girl’s locker rooms, plus 2 family locker rooms

Playroom (6 wks – 9 yrs)

Activity Room

Reduced rate on all classes

Priority registration dates

Men’s, women’s, boy’s and girl’s locker rooms, plus 2 family locker rooms

1 Outdoor Basketball Court

Cardiovascular equipment

2 Indoor Basketball Courts

Sauna, whirlpool and steam

ADULt/seNIoR MeMbeRshIP Includes: •

2 Indoor pools

Nautilus strength equipment

Free-weights

Wellness & Exercise Classes

Towels available for rental

Activity Room

Reduced rate on all classes

1 Outdoor Basketball Court

Cardiovascular equipment

Priority registration dates

2 Indoor Basketball Courts

Sauna, whirlpool and steam

1 Racquetball Court

Wi-Fi availability

Locker rooms

JUNIoR MeMbeRshIP (Ages 10–22) Includes: •

2 Indoor pools

1 Racquetball Court

Free-weights (13–22)

Nautilus strength equipment

Towels available for rental

Reduced rate on all classes and priority registration dates

Activity Center (8-12)

1 Outdoor Basketball Court

2 Indoor Basketball Courts

Art Studio

Wellness & Exercise Classes

Cardio equipment (13–22)

Wi-Fi availability

YoUth MeMbeRshIP** (Ages 0–9) Includes:

This membership is available to children of Adult Full Members. A benefit of this Membership is priority registration for classes (before Non-Members), plus use of facility with the Adult Member**. This membership is available to children 0–9 years old with the following guidelines: A parent/guardian age 16 or older MUST be IN the facility while the Youth Member uses designated supervised areas; adult member must be with the youth in unsupervised areas. ** Children ages 0–9 may only join with an adult member

2 Indoor pools

Activity Center

Towels available for rental

1 Outdoor Basketball Court

Boy’s & Girl’s Locker rooms

Art Studio (7–9 years)

2 Indoor Basketball Courts

Playroom

PAssPoRt MeMbeRshIP includes all of the above, plus: •

Full access to the newly expanded Mill Pond Branch facilities in Hanover, including: — The ability to reserve 4 indoor hard and 6 clay tennis courts — Family Aquatic Center with 2 indoor pools — Outdoor Family Center with 3 pools, volleyball and basketball courts

PARKING:

Parking is included for members’ use while actively using the facility or for guests conducting South Shore YMCA business. Cars not in compliance will be towed at the owner’s expense.

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MeMbeRshIP RAtes & INFoRMAtIoN soUth shoRe YMCA • QUINCY bRANCh rates: (Rates are subject to change with a 30 day notice.) Full Privilege:

Quincy-only:

Passport:

Membership type:

Monthly Fee*

Monthly Fee*

Joiner’s Fee

1 Adult / 1 Youth** (0–9)

$73

$82

$100

Junior (10–22)

$24

$24

$25

Young Adult (23–27)

$40

$42

$50

Adult (28–64)

$56

$64

$100

senior (65+)

$40

$42

$50

household***

$91

$105

$150

*

The monthly rate is an ongoing membership that is paid through an automatic withdrawal from a bank account or credit card. To stop the withdrawals, simply fill out our cancellation form stating that you would like to terminate your membership. 30 days notice is required.

**

Children age 0–9 may only join with an adult member.

***

Includes up to 5 people at the same address. One person must be 18 years or older. There is a $10.00 monthly charge for each additional household member.

Initial Method of Payment: Cash, Check, Debit Card, MasterCard, VISA, American Express, or Discover. A blank check, savings, or credit card information is needed to initiate subsequent bank draft monthly payments. Financial Assistance Available: Please contact the Welcome Center for an application. For information on corporate memberships or additional information: Call Erik Abboud at ext. 129.

Joiner’s Fee

A joiner’s fee is required for the membership types indicated above. The fee is to be paid in full at the time of enrollment. Memberships that have expired or been cancelled for more than 30 days are subject to repayment of the joiner’s fee to renew memberships.

satisfaction Guaranteed

Within 30 days of joining the South Shore YMCA, if you are not completely satisfied with your membership, we will refund your Joiners’ Fee and any membership dues paid.

Financial Assistance

The South Shore YMCA strives to serve the entire community. Financial Assistance is available to those who cannot afford fees. Assistance is awarded based on the need demonstrated by household income and/or extenuating circumstance and the funds available. Monies used to fund Financial Assistance are made possible through charitable donations to our Annual Support Campaign. Contact Patricia Small at 617-479-8500, ext. 150 or visit ssymca.org for an application.

Facility hours*

Monday – Friday Saturday Sunday

5:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

*There may be scheduled programs that are held before or after these published times. Only those registered for the program will be allowed in the building.

holidays

thanksgiving: 6:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Christmas: Closed New Year’s Day: 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. easter: Closed

Memorial Day: 4th of July:

6:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Quincy Closed;

Labor Day:

10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Closed

Hanover Outdoor Center Only:

For building Closings and Class Cancellations: Please dial (617) 479-8500, ext. 120. Member Responsibilities: •

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All YMCA members are required to present their Membership ID Key Tag at the member service desk prior to entering the facility.

Membership ID Key Tags are non-transferable.

A Membership ID Key Tag can be purchased for $2.00 if you have lost yours.

The South Shore YMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen items.


soUth shoRe YMCA • QUINCY bRANCh Address, Phone and Fax 79 Coddington Street, Quincy, MA 02169

Phone: (617) 479-8500

Fax: (617) 773-9135

staff directory: branch Administrative staff

NAMe

ext.

eMAIL

Executive Director

Eric Snyder

149

esnyder@ssymca.org

Associate Executive Director

Chrissy Shah

205

cshah@ssymca.org

NAMe

ext.

eMAIL

Aqautics Department Senior Director of Aquatics

Stephanie Higgins

177

shiggins@ssymca.org

Assistant Director of Aquatics

Ali McMinn

176

amcminn@ssymca.org

Aquatics Coordinator

Felix Hor

107

fhor@ssymca.org

Head Coach Strypers Swim Team

Terri Phinney 781-829-8585, ext. 242

business staff Director of Business Operations

Facility staff Director of Facilities

health & Well-being Department

tphinney@ssymca.org

NAMe

ext.

eMAIL

Margarita Santiago-Spencer

159

mspencer@ssymca.org

NAMe

ext.

eMAIL

Manny Lopes

105

elopes@ssymca.org

NAMe

ext.

eMAIL klanman@ssymca.org

Senior Director of Health & Well-being

Karen Lanman

161

Health & Well-being Coordinator

Kim Driscoll

137

kdriscoll@ssymca.org

Director of Partnership Program

Sheryl Rosa

148

srosa@ssymca.org

Coordinator — Active Older Adult

Linda Schuhwerk

261

lschuhwerk@ssymca.org

Membership Department

NAMe

ext.

eMAIL

Membership Director

Erik Abboud

129

eabboud@ssymca.org

Community Access Director

Patricia Small

150

psmall@ssymca.org

NAMe

ext.

eMAIL

Day Camps & Teens Director

Brendan Casey

119

bcasey@ssymca.org

Sports & Recreation Director

Adam Rodriguez

206

arodriguez@ssymca.org

Arts & Ed Coordinator

Sage Brousseau

204

sbrousseau@ssymca.org

Community Outreach Director

Phil Gay

183

philg@ssymca.org

Youth & Family Coordinator

Katie Marini

133

kmarini@ssymca.org

Birthday Parties

Katie Marini

133

kmarini@ssymca.org

Playroom Coordinator

Alice McConville

123

amcconville@ssymca.org

Volunteer Involvement Coordinator

Courtney Gray

160

cgray@ssymca.org

NAMe

ext.

eMAIL

Program staff

Youth Development Exec Director of Youth Development

Laureen Browning

169

lbrowning@ssymca.org

Senior Child Care Director

Michelle Haines

127

mhaines@ssymca.org

Learning Center Director

Kristine Swan

180

kswan@ssymca.org

School Age Child Care Director

Sean Morrissey

118

smorrissey@ssymca.org

Quincy Site School Age Coordinator

Katie Squarey

138

ksquarey@ssymca.org

Clifford Marshall School Age Coordinator

Lisa Garvan

175

lgarvan@ssymca.org

Bethel School Age Coordinator

Terrell Johnson

175

Family Service Specialist

Kathy Boothman

147

kboothman@ssymca.org

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sUMMeR DAY CAMPs soUth shoRe YMCA • QUINCY & CANtoN

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11:00 a .m. –

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2:00 p.m at easte rn Nazar . ene Colle Watc ge

New Location… same Great Camp! …at eastern Nazarene College!

h for de tails!!

Welcome to camp! With construction of the new building taking place on our former camp grounds, we are excited to tell you about the next chapter of our summer camp programs in Quincy. Starting this summer, our Quincy camp will be located at Eastern Nazarene College — a mere 5 minute drive from the Y on East Elm Ave. Each and every time we visit the campus, we continue to get more and more excited about the future of camp. The space is extremely camp conducive and offers us many options not possible during our time at the Y. The campus is the perfect size — small enough to be well-contained, yet large enough to give each activity dedicated space. On warm, sunny days, there is plenty of wide open field space as well as smaller, shaded grass areas. On rainy days, we have access to numerous classrooms, multipurpose rooms, halls and gym space. As there is not a pool at ENC, we will be transporting campers to and from the YMCA to ensure campers can continue having instructional and recreational swim time. Overall, all of us are extremely excited about the future of camp and even more excited for you to see our new home! The South Shore YMCA Summer Day Camps are specifically designed to provide a safe and fun environment to offer opportunities for young people to try new things, learn, grow and make friendships that last forever. Our philosophy is that we must make the most of our opportunity to have a positive influence on the lives of children. Everything we do here at camp – every activity we lead, every decision we make, every policy we apply – is guided by the firm belief that we are responsible for the children we lead. We are responsible for showing them how to be honest, caring, respectful and responsible members of the community.

QUINCY & CANtoN

summer Day Camp 2012 Calendar June 2012

July 2012

August 2012

Week 1

Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6

Week 7 Week 8 Week 9

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June 25 – June 29

July 2 – July 6 (no camp July 4th) July 9 – July 13 July 16 – July 20 July 23 – July 27 July 30 – Aug. 3

Aug. 6 – Aug. 10 Aug. 13 – Aug. 17 Aug. 20 – 24 (Quincy only)


FORYOUTHDeVeLOPMeNT NURTURINGTHePOTeNTIALOFeVeRYCHILDANDTeeN PeRSONALFITNeSS—YOUTH KidsworkoutProgram

GoGirl!(for girls ages 11–13)

45 minutes (Ages 7–10)

Health & Well-being Center / 60-Min. class

Fun fitness program featuring our Hoist youth-size strength training equipment. Highly supervised 7 week program includes cardio, stretching, and functional training activities designed to get your child fit and healthy!

Go Girl! is a 7 week program which includes 1/2 hour strength training exercises using equipment in the Health & Well-being Center, and 1/2 hour of other fun activities geared towards pre-teens. Class is limited to 10 participants.

Instructor: Paul Jung

Fees: $56 Full Member; $84 Non-mbr

Fees:

10HWYCL40

Mon

$112 Full Member; $168 Non-member

10HWYCL41

Full Members only (Ages 7 and up)

Chest/shoulders/triceps

Wednesday Back/biceps/legs This program promotes safe technique and gym performance while teaching gym etiquette. Teens will learn skills for life. Instructor: Paul Jung

Fees: $112 Full Member; $168 Non-member

(Ages 12–17)

*This class focuses on total body fitness for adolescents affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder The program utilizes Nautilus strength training equipment and a variety of cardiovascular equipment in our Health and Well-being Center. Each of up to 6 teens enrolled need to be accompanied by a responsible adult who will remain on-site. Along with their workout, participants will learn the components of fitness and the promotion of a healthy lifestyle.

Call ext. 161 to schedule a time. per 1 hour session

Session: Sessions: Sessions: Sessions:

45 min • 2 days/wk for 7 weeks

Monday

StrengthTraining PartnershipProgram forTeens

Train with a YMCA personal trainer utilizing our youth-sized strength training equipment, ball, bands, free weights and cardiovascular activities. Get ready for the season! Increase your cardio endurance for those first days of practice wind sprints. Get those bones and ligaments strong to protect your joints. Our personal trainers are nationally certified and can design programs geared toward general fitness or sport-specific skills and training.

Rates:

(Ages 14+)

10HWACL76 Mon & Wed 3:00 p.m.

Mon & Wed 4:30 p.m.

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3:30 p.m.

bodybuilding

$55 $156 ($52 per session) $295 ($49 per session) $552 ($46 per session)

Instructor: Paul Jung

Fees:

(7 weeks)

Included in Membership

10HWTCL40 Tue

3:00 p.m.

health&well-being center(ages7–18) The South Shore YMCA is committed to helping our Youth /Junior members establish lifelong health and fitness habits The YMCA Health and Well-being Center has a line of Hoist Youth Size Strength Training equipment, Nautilus strength and a full array of cardiovascular machines. Our Health and Well-being staff will assist our Youth/Junior members in creating a safe and effective exercise program utilizing equipment appropriate to their age and size. YMCA Youth/Junior members will gain the skills and etiquette necessary to increase their ‘fitness confidence’ and comfort level in and around fitness facilities. Families can workout together and make fitness a fun, healthy family activity! Youth/Junior members can take advantage of training appointments with our Health and Well-being staff. A minimum of two trainings are required to utilize equipment. Appointments for training can be made at the Health and Well-being desk.

Youth Junior Members ages 7–9 can utilize the center within YMCA guidelines and recommendations for exercise if accompanied by a parent or guardian within the Center on the same floor as the youth at all times. Youth Junior Members ages 10–18 can utilize the center within YMCA guidelines and recommendations for exercise.

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karateInstructor: Traci Marino

basketball

Auditorium/30 min. class (Ages 5–6)

Mommy&Me Itty-BittyBasketball

PeeweeKarate

Basic martial arts taught through various fun drills. Balance, coordination, kicking and punching drills are learned, along with self-discipline and concentration skills. Fees: $95 Full Member; $145 Non-mbr

10SRYCL01

Sat.

9:00 a.m.

Auditorium/45 minute class (Ages 7–12)

This all-level class is for boys and girls who want to learn the basics or continue to advance their skills in Tae Kwon Do Karate, the Korean form of Martial Arts. Fees: $120 Full Member; $180 Non-mbr

10SRYCL02

Sat.

9:35 a.m.

new! IntermediateYouthKarate

Auditorium/45 min. class (Ages 7–12)

This is an intermediate class for boys and girls who want to learn skills in Tae Kwon Do, Karate, and Korean Martial Arts. Fees: $120 Full Member; $180 Non-mbr

10SRYCL24

Sat.

10:25 a.m.

AdvancedYouthKarate

Auditorium/1 hour class (Ages 12–18)

Advanced class centered on principles of our student Creed. Kicking, punching, selfdefense and sparring techniques are learned in the Tae Kwon Do / Shorin-Ryu program. Students should have prior experience in Karate and/or permission from the instructor. Fees: $120 Full Member; $180 Non-mbr

10SRYCL03

Sat

tabletennis

Auditorium

Instructor: Coach Cole

Gymnasium I / 30 min. class (Ages 2–3)

Your child will start learning how to run around the court, bounce the ball, and shoot at the rim with you by their side to help & cheer them on.

Fees:

BeginnerYouthKarate

$50 Full Member; $75 Non-member

10SRYCL09

Sat

9:00 a.m.

PeeweeBasketball

Fees: $95 Full Member; $145 Non-member

Sat Sat Sat

9:45 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:15 a.m.

JumpShots Gymnasium / 30 min. class (Ages 7–10)

The main focus of Jump Shots is on ball control, passing, shooting, and the general rules of the game. Sportsmanship and team play are key focuses in the class.

Fees: $95 Full Member; $145 Non-member

10SRYCL07

Sat

12:00 p.m.

11:15 a.m.

PeeweeSoccerGym / 30 min. class

Gym / 30 min. class (Ages 2–3)

Class is designed with drills to instruct the youth with proper techniques of passing and kicking, and value of good sportsmanship and teamwork.

Players will have fun learning how to run, kick, and pass their way to the goal with mom running right there next to them.

Fees: (Spring 2 only) $50 Full Member; $75 Non-mbr

10SRYCL15

Sat

9:00 a.m.

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(Ages 4–6)

Fees: (Spring 2 only) $80 Full Member; $120 Non-mbr 10SRYCL12

Sat

9:45 a.m.

YouthSoccerAuditorium / 30 min. class (Ages 7–12)

Youth to be instructed on the fundamental techniques of soccer, with focus on passing, kicking, sportsmanship, teamwork, and having fun.

Fees: (Spring 2 only) $80 Full Member; $120 Non-mbr 10SRYCL23

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Games start at 7:30 p.m. (Mondays & Thursdays)

Equipment provided, but feel free to bring your own

Fees: Free for Full members; Adult rate: $4; Youth rate: $2 10SRONG01

7:30–10:00 p.m.

Contact Adam Rodriguez @ ext. 206 for more info.

new!

t-ball

MommyAndMeIttyBittyT-Ball YMCA Field/30 min. class (Ages 2–3)

Your little star will learn how to throw, catch, run the bases, and swing a bat with you by their side.

Fees: (Spring 2 only) $50 Full Member; $75 Non-member 10SRYCL18 Sat 9:00 a.m.

PeeweeT-Ball YMCA Field/30 min. class (Ages 4–6)

The focus is on catching, throwing and batting. Instructors will teach good sportsmanship and team work.

Fees: (Spring 2 only) $95 Full Member; $145 Non-member 10SRYCL13 Sat 9:45 a.m.

soccer Instructor: TBA Mommy&Me SmallStepsSoccer!

Join us Monday & Thursday nights for some competitive games of table tennis. Players from all around the area will be there to show off their table tennis skills. Bring a friend or family member and enjoy some games against each other or against someone new.

Gymnasium I / 30 min. class (Ages 4–6)

Pee Wee Basketball introduces dribbling, passing, and proper shooting form with focus on sportsmanship and team play.

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archeryInstructor: Jimmy Gatley YouthArchery

YMCA Field / 30 min. class (Ages 5–12)

Intro to basics of archery. Students introduced to all equipment including bows, arrows, targets, as well as learning proper form.

Fees: (Spring 2 only) $95 Full Member; $145 Non-member 10SRYCL08

Sat

9:45 a.m.

AdvancedArchery YMCA Field / 30 min. class (Ages 5–12)

For those with prior skill in archery, class focuses on more advanced aspects of the sport with target based practices and fun games.

Fees: (Spring 2 only) $95 Full Member; $145 Non-member 10SRYCL10

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SATprep

teenfriendly firstfridays

The Y is pleased to announce that we are teaming up with Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions to bring you a complete SAT Prep.

Grades 5 – 8 Join us on the first Friday of each month for a variety of teen-focused activities! In addition to open gym, Health & Well-being Center, and pool, activities may include Zumba, hip hop, cycling, and art classes.

Dates: March 22 – May 1, 2012 Fee: $499 SAKA12334

Dates: Friday (3/2, 4/6, 5/4 and 6/1) Fees: Free for Full members; $10 Non-member

new!

TeenAdvisoryCommittee(grades 9+)

We’re also looking for local High School Students to serve on the TeenFriendly FridayAdvisoryCommittee. Work with Y Staff to plan monthly events, help supervise activities, and receive community service hours, all while developing valuable leadership skills and having fun! For more info., contact Brendan at ext 119.

middleschool vacation breakoutweek

Thur

3/22

5:00–9:30 p.m.

Tues

3/27

5:30–8:30 p.m.

Thur

3/29

5:30–8:30 p.m.

Tues

4/3

5:30–9:30 p.m.

Thur

4/5

5:30–8:30 p.m.

Tues

4/10

5:30–8:30 p.m.

Thur

4/12

5:30–9:30 p.m.

Tues

4/24

5:30–8:30 p.m.

Thus

4/26

5:30–9:30 p.m.

Tues

5/1

5:30–8:30 p.m.

Visit KAPTEST.CoM or call 1-800-KAP-TEST to register.

February 20 – 24th April 16 – 20th

JoinusforBreakoutweek and participate in fun activities e.g., off-site trips, daily swim and service projects.

Fees: $250 Full Member; $300 Non-member For more information or to receive a registration form, contact Brendan at ext 119.

TeenSocialGroupfor Asperger’sSyndrome/ HighFunctioningAutism The Teen Center Social Group is facilitated by enthusiastic instructors who provide strategies for building social skills to adolescents with Asperger’s Syndrome/High functioning Autism. The Social Group is a place where young adults can recognize, practice and feel at ease with everyday social encounters while building confidence, developing friendships and having fun in a comfortable relaxed atmosphere Young adults aged 13 and up are invited to join. The Group meets Friday nights.

attention teenwriters! Don’t miss

7:00 p.m.

KickstartingFiction

Fees: Spring 1 (7 weeks)

Fees: Spring 2 (5 weeks)

on page 11!

$70 Full Member/Non-member

$50 Full Member/Non-member

Spring 1 & 2:

10COTCL01

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Please keep this guide for future reference for program dates; codes are the same in the Spring 2 session, unless otherwise noted.

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adultswimlessons Adult&HighSchool SwimInstruction

45 minute class. (Ages 14+)

Fees: $74 Full Member; $110 Non-member Swimming for the Terrified For those who, for whatever reason, have a fear of the water. Class ratio is kept small to give you the attention you deserve.

10AQBEG01

Tue

7:55 p.m.

beginner For the non-swimmer or those who fear deep water.

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Intermediate For those with no fear of deep water who want to work primarily on the front crawl.

10AQINT01

Thur

7:25 p.m.

Advanced For those with no fear of deep water who want to work on breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly.

10AQINT02

Thur

7:25 p.m.

aquaticfitness

Member s! (Inc

lud We are excited to offer 14 classes that are included with Membersedin hip!) our membership. Take a dip and try out Aquasize 101 or Easy Does it Water Aerobics (formerly known as Senior Water Aerobics) and see what benefit we have added to your membership!

Aquasize101

This is a beginner to intermediate level water class consisting of 55 minutes of paced cardio exercise. This class provides opportunity for individuals who wants to exercise without joint and muscle strain. This low impact class will emphasize flexibility and movements at the participants pace, in both shallow and deep water.

Mon-Wed-Fri Mon-Wed-Fri Tue-Thu Tue-Thu

9:00 10:00 9:00 8:00

a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m.

Due to longer, 9-week session

AdultLessons: $95 Full Member; $142 Non-member

Adultwaterexercise: $69 Full Member; $104 Non-member

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This is a 45 minute entry level water exercise class appropriate for seniors, participants with arthritis or who may be recovering from an injury. This class is also great if you are just beginning or returning to an exercise program. It consists of stretching, toning, and cardiovascular exercise in the water.

Tue-Thu Tue-Thu

10:15 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

Aquasize101forNon-Members Fees: $81 Non-member* *Only non-members need to register

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Mon Mon Tue Tue Wed

9:00 10:00 9:00 8:00 9:00

a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m.

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Wed Thu Thu Fri Fri

10:00 9:00 8:00 9:00 10:00

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Trysomeofourexcitingwaterbased exerciseprogramofferings: AquaCorePower55-min. class

spring2fees

easyDoesItwaterAerobics

Aerobic workout focusing on the core, building stamina and strength. Focus will be on posture, balance and muscle tone. Strength training is a part of this class. This class will utilize both shallow and deep water.

Fees: $54 Full Member; $81 Non-member

10AQWEX01 Mon 10AQWEX02 Wed 10AQWEX03 Fri

8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m.

H2ODeepFitness55-min. class

Ideal cardiovascular exercise with no weight bearing stress. Beneficial for crosstraining and/or rehabilitating persons requiring the cushioning of deep water. This class uses water resistance for strength gain and as a cardio component for toning. This class will utilize both shallow and deep water.

Fees: $54 Full Member; $81 Non-member

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attention triathletes! MastersSwimmingSwimming Pool / 60 min.

Swim/Cycle/Run90 min.

Spring 1 is a 8 week session running through 4/19, spring 2 is a 9 week session running through 6/21.

$84 Full Member; $126 Non-member

Join the South Shore YMCA Masters. Swimmers of various ability train to achieve their goals of increased technique, efficiency and fitness level. Led by enthusiastic coaches, all abilities of swimmers welcome! Minimum swimming requirement is 200 yards continuous at any speed. Great workout for those training for triathlons, there are even opportunities to compete at Masters Competitions.

Spring1Fees: 2x per week $42 Full Member; $80 Non-member Spring2Fees: 2x per week $54 Full Member; $81 Non-member 10AQMAS01 10AQMAS02 10AQMAS03

Mon & Wed 6:00 a.m. Mon & Wed 11:00 a.m. Tues & Thur 7:00 p.m.

Sun

Fees: For those with some experience:

Instructor: Kara Vanick 10HWACL19 Sun

9:30 a.m.

beginners, w/little to no experience:

Instructor: Monica Davis 10HWACL20 Sun 10:00 a.m.

Spring1Fees: 1x per week $21 Full Member; $40 Non-member Spring2Fees: 1x per week $24 Full Member; $36 Non-member 10AQMAS04

All 3 tri-disciplines in one great workout! Tips for training and competing with group camaraderie and support. A phenomenal once-a-week boost to your training!

TheMidweekBrickworkout75 min

Get ready for the Bike-Run transition of a short-course triathlon with incredible leg/cardio cross training. Our triathlon specialist will put you through your paces with a half hour of outdoor (or indoor – depending on the weather) cycling. The second half will be a running challenge.

4:00 p.m.

Instructor: Kara Vanick

Fees: $70 Full Member; $105 Non-member

10HWACL73

private swimlessons for Pre-school, Youth and Adults (30 min. class)

The format can be either one-on-one or semi-private with up to three students.

PrivateLesson: $39 Full Member*

Semi-PrivateLesson $55 Full Member*

Or,BuyABundleof 4LessonsandSave: $144 Full Member — Private; $208 Full member — Semi-Private *Non-members will be charged an additional $10 fee and are limited to 8 lessons/year. Please call for prices.

Wed

6:30 p.m.

ForAquaticsprogramsonly: Spring 1 is 7 weeks and Spring 2 is 9 weeks.

triathlon swimtechniqueclass Swimming Pool / 45-min. class

Have you ever participated in a triathlon? Or do you plan to? Are you concerned about the swimming portion? This class is for the triathlete who needs some more focus on the swimming. We will focus on stroke mechanics, breathing techniques, and several swim strategies. This class will help to make you a better, faster, more efficient swimmer and get you ready for your next triathlon!

Spring1Fees: $74 Full Member; $110 Non-member Spring2Fees: $95 Full Member; $142 Non-member 10AQINT03

Thu

8:00 p.m.

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ARTS&eDUCATION—ADULTS

adultart new!

Advancedwatercolors workshop

Art Studio/1.5 hours (Ages 15+)

This workshop employs techniques that are fun and exciting! We’ll experiment with nontraditional ways of applying the versatile medium of watercolor and try out some alternative materials. Emphasis is on planning, good design, and self-evaluation as tools to take your art to the next level. Students will choose their subject matter and work from their own original source material (photos or magazines). For Intermediate to Advanced-Intermediate Level.

new!

BeyondBasic:Drawing2 Art Studio/1.5 hrs. (Ages 15+)

new!

CreativeDigitalPhotography Art Studio/1.5 hrs. (Ages 15+)

A continuation of the concepts explored in Introduction to Drawing. IntermediateAdvanced level artists are welcome, as this class demonstrates the techniques to achieving life-like drawings. The student/artist can pursue several studies or a more developed piece, depending on their skill level. This class is ideal for those who want to keep improving their skills.

Discover your creativity and add some excitement to your photographs. Each class session covers a theme/concept that will be explored in class and during the next week. This is not a basic photography class, but is suitable for those relatively new to photography, as well as those with some experience wanting to improve their skills and try new things.

Fees: (SPRING 2)

Students should bring digital camera (point & shoot or DSLR) and camera manual.

$72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

10AEACL04

Wed

6:00 p.m.

Fees: (SPRING 1) $72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

10AEACL03

Fees:(SPRING 1)

Mon

6:00 p.m.

$72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

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Wed

6:00 p.m.

PaintingOutdoors(PleinAir) Art Studio/2 hours (Ages 15+)

Class will consist of 6 two hour sessions, the first class will meet in the Art Studio to discuss location and materials. The next five weeks will include painting outdoors at nearby locations. All mediums are welcome, students are encouraged to be flexible when choosing their medium. The locations (subject to change) will include: Caddy Park, the boat launch at Blacks Creek, Wollaston Beach, and a location to be determined by those in the class.

Fees: (SPRING 2) $72 Full Member; $108 Non-member

10AEACL01

Sat

10:00 a.m.

adultmusic: guitar new!

AdultGuitar1(ages 13 – Adult) new! AdultGuitar2(ages 13 – Adult)

Beginning lessons for teens and adults. These lessons are intended for absolute beginners. Topics include posture, terminology, how to interpret guitar tablature, introduction to melody, and basic finger/fret board exercises. An emphasis is placed on learning the open major & minor chords, strumming songs and learning chord progressions. Small group lessons for up to two students. Tuesdays

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7:00 pm 7:30 pm

These Intermediate lessons are a continuation for those who have taken Adult Guitar 1. In this class students will spend more time refining their use of the open major/minor chords, and understanding common chord progressions. Small group lessons for up to two students. Thursdays

10AEACL08 10AEACL09

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PeRSONALFITNeSS—ADULTS FitnessorNutrition Consultation

Have you completed your Personal Profile Assessment and wondering what’s next? After completing a personal profile come and sit down with one of our personal trainers or our nutritionist and discuss the results. Our trainers and nutritionist will create a customized workout or 7-day meal plan from the information in your profile.

Fees: $55 Full Member; $65 Non-member

personal training

Call ext. 161 to schedule a time.

To help you choose a personal trainer, call ext. 161.

Personal Training Rates /Members:

Rates:

Rates:

$55 / hour $156 / $52 per session $295 / $49 per session $552 / $46 per session

per 1/2 hour session

1 Session: $30 / half hour 6 Sessions: $168 / $28 per session 12 Sessions: $312 / $26 per session

Fees: $65 $35

1 hour initial session 1/2 hour follow-up

memberorientation The YMCA offers three orientation appointments in our Health and Well-being Center. Let one of our trained staff show you all the facilities, programs and equipment available to you. Keeping in mind your fitness level and interests, we can help you plan and begin to implement your exercise strategy based on the 3 components of fitness:

Cardiovascularendurance,Strength,andFlexibility Please take advantage of this important Health and Well-being service to best prepare you for a safe and successful fitness experience here at the Y. Call ext. 130 to make an appointment at the Health and Well-being desk.

per 1 hour session

1 Session: 3 Sessions: 6 Sessions: 12 Sessions:

—Full Members only— Want to eat healthier but don’t know where to start; need more energy; or want a better workout to lose weight? Get assistance with: Weight management, Medical nutrition therapy, Healthy eating before, during and after your workout, Individualized nutrition plans, and Healthy meal planning and recipes within your budget.

Call ext. 161 to schedule a time.

—Full Members only—

Our certified personal trainers are here to help you achieve your health and fitness goals, and will design an exercise program especially for you. All personal trainers are nationally qualified and represent the highest levels of fitness expertise combined with an individualized approach.

NutritionCounselingServices

Please keep this guide for future reference for program dates; codes are the same in the Spring 2 session, unless otherwise noted.

kettlebells A perfect combination of functional strength and cardiovascular conditioning using the popular Kettlebell. Get a great all-over body workout and have fun at the same time!

Fees: $70 Full Member; $105 Non-mbr Instructor: Emily Houldcroft

10HWACL12

grouppersonaltraining

FunctionalTraining;KettleBellTraining;CircuitTraining;KickBoxing; BootCamp;waterexercise;Yoga/Pilates;PreandPostNatal; MixedMartialArts;SportsSpecificConditioning; TriathlonConditioning/Training per 1 hour session, 4 participants max

Groups: 1 Hour: $60 03 Sessions: $171 ($57/Session) 06 Sessions: $324 ($54/Session) 12 Sessions: $612 ($51/Session) Call ext. 161 to learn more!

7:00 p.m.

Instructor: Dick Raymond

Personal Training is exactly that, training designed to fit YOUR schedule, interests, and goals. Group Personal Training is a cost effective and fun way to gain the proven results that are possible with the help of a trainer. Work with your trainer to design a program from the vast variety of fitness disciplines that are available today. Learn new fitness skills and shake up your routine. 2–4 per group

Fees:

Tues

Tra with in friendyour cheer sand e otherach  on!

10HWACL13

Sat

7:15 a.m.

strength &stride Bring more power to your running Drills, intervals & power! Build cardiovascular, strength & endurance with these challenging workouts. Classes held outside, inside or at various locations near the YMCA. Take the challenge for an ultimate work out!! Instructor: Mary Varden

Fees: $70 Full Member; $105 Non-mbr 10HWACL04

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kickboxing SelfDefenseKickboxing All fitness levels / 75-minute class

Learn kick butt skills using Kung fu, karate & boxing. Self defense is demonstrated for every exercise in this progressively intensive class. Instructor: Steve Abouzeid

10HWACL07 10HWACL08

Wed Sat

7:30 p.m. 10:45 a.m.

Fees: $84 Full Member; $126 Non-mbr

CircuitKickboxing new!

A Moderate to High-intensity kickboxing class utilizing plyometric and body weight exercises. Learn a mixed style of San Da and Mauy Thai kickboxing, and develop proper punching and kicking techniques, balance, strength, and stamina. REQUIREMENT: boxing gloves 12–16 oz.

Instructor: Micky Golden

Tues Fri

Traditional military-style workout

Drills, intervals & power! Build cardiovascular, strength & endurance with these challenging Boot camp style workouts. Classes held outside, inside or at various locations near the YMCA. Take the challenge for an ultimate work out!!

Fees: $70 Full Member; $105 Non-mbr Instructor: Monica Davis

10HWACL02

Tues

6:00 p.m.

Instructor: Kim Driscoll

All fitness levels / 60-minute class

10HWACL84 10HWACL85

running programs

boot camps

4:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m.

Fees: $70 Full Member; $105 Non-mbr

fresh start

PolarBodyAgeSystem Fitness and Wellness Testing Have your body composition, body age or personal profile assessed with our state-of-art Polar Body Age System.

10HWACL03

Fri

6:00 a.m.

yoga new!

YogaforAthletes

Fees: $70 Full Member; $105 Non-mbr Instructor: Angela Holahan

Thurs

11:00 a.m.

fit4ever

ALaCarteFitnessProgram

A group class consisting of 4 to 8 participants. Your instructor will create an individualized exercise program utilizing nautilus strength equipment, functional training tools and cardiovascular equipment.

body Composition • Water Weight • Body Fat % • Weight

Break out of a rut, add structure, or get started on a fitness routine!!

Fees:

Fees: $70 Full Member; $105 Non-mbr

$10 Full Member; $15 Non-member body Age • Strength Assessment • Flexibility Assessment • Body Composition • Blood Pressure • Nutrition Tips

Fees: $25 Full Member; $30 Non-mbr Personal Profile • Body Age Report • Body Composition • Sit down discussion w/Trainer • Packet of results and tips

Fees: $40 Full Member; $50 Non-mbr Call ext. 161 to schedule a time.

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(Indoor) / 60 minute class

An introduction to learning to run a 5K (the distance of a sprint triathlon). Learn to safely progress in your running technique, distance, and speed. Perfect if your goal is to run your first 5K or get your personal best this racing season! Instructor: Kara Vanick

Fees: $70 Full Member; $105 Non-member

10HWACL17

Wed

5:30 p.m.

MovingForward Road Race Training (Indoor/Outdoor)

Power Yoga to aid in increased flexibility and strength for athletes, such as runners, swimmers, cyclists and endurance athletes. Learn key breathing techniques as well as stretches to open tight muscles and strengthen joints.

10HWACL77

Couchto5K-Running

10HWACL40 10HWACL47 10HWACL43

Mon Mon Mon

7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

10HWACL44 10HWACL46

Tues Tues

10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

10HWACL51 10HWACL49 10HWACL54

Wed Wed Wed

7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

10HWACL56 10HWACL57

Thurs Thurs

10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

10HWACL62 10HWACL58 10HWACL65

Fri Fri Fri

7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

10HWACL66 10HWACL67

Sat Sat

9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

Training and resource program to taking your running to the next level. Whether you have your sights set on a ‘personal best’ 5K or want to extend your mileage to run your first 10K, you will get the training and support needed to accomplish your goals.

Fees: $70 Full Member; $105 Non-member

10HWACL18

Wed

6:30 p.m.

fitness &nutrition Y-weight55-minute class

Have you ever tried to lose weight in the past, only to fail? Would you like to make healthy lifestyle changes, but aren’t sure where to begin? This program is for you! Our instructors will coach you through cardio, strength, and endurance exercises. Lose weight and transform yourself through our state-of-the-art polar body age system.

Fees: (3 days / week) $160 Full Member; $240 Non-member Monday/Wednesday/Friday

10HWACL81 10HWACL83

9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.

Fees: (2 days / week) $126 Full Member; $189 Non-member Tuesday/Thursday

10HWACL86 10HWACL87

12:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Fees: (1 day / week) $70 Full Member; $105 Non-member Saturday

10HWACL88

8:00 a.m.


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olderadults easyDoesIt waterAerobics

(Formerly Senior Water Aerobics) 45 minute class

Have fun while exercising! This 7-week exercise class is specifically designed for active older adults. It consists of stretching, toning and cardiovascular exercise in the water.

* included in Full Membership Tue/Thu 10:15 a.m. Tue/Thu 11:00 a.m.

SPORTS– ADULTS

co-edadult volleyballleague Join us Saturday afternoons for our first co-ed volleyball league where players will be able to play the game with guys and girls in order to give it that extra edge. The action is going to be competitive. •

Games each Wednesday night from 7:00–10:00 p.m.

10 Weeks of regular season, 4 playoff Jerseys provided for each player

Minimum of 6 players, maximum of 10

Registration ends April 23rd

TeamFee: $450 10SRALG04 The captain’s meeting will be held on May 3rd at 6:00 p.m. with games starting the following week.

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Seniorexercise– LowImpactAerobics

LiveY’ers

Gymnasium/45 min. class

2nd Floor Conference Room

This low impact aerobic workout is for seniors. Gentle cardiovascular conditioning and stretching; warm up and cool down with fun, easy to follow movement.

A retired men’s and women’s club. Monthly meetings are entertaining, educational, and informative. Scheduled day trips to fun and interesting sights. Camaraderie a Priority!

Contact Linda Schuhwerk at ext. 261, for more information.

Contact Linda Schuhwerk at ext. 261, for more information.

Fees: Included in Full Membership; $60 Non-member

Fees:

10HWACL21 Mon/Tue/Thu 9:45 a.m.

$31 Full Member; $46 Non-member

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basketball

Men’sBasketballLeague

Grab your old teammates and come join our Women’s Basketball League.

Games Tuesday & Thursday Evenings

10 Regular season games (4 Playoff games)

Jerseys provided with numbers

Minimum of 5 players; team max. 10

Registration ends April 23rd

Grab your old teammates and come join our Men’s Basketball League.

women’sBasketballLeague •

Games Monday Evenings

10 Regular season games (4 Playoff games)

Jerseys provided with numbers

Minimum of 5 players; team max. 10

Registration ends April 23rd

TeamFee: $600 10SRALG02 Tu/Th 7:00–10:00 p.m.

TeamFee: $600 10SRALG01

Captain’s meeting will be May 4th at 6:00 p.m. and games will start the following week.All rosters and money must be paid before the meeting or teams will not be allowed to play.

Mon 7:00–10:00 p.m.

Captain’s meeting will be May 4th at 6:00 p.m. and games will start the following week. All rosters and money must be paid before the meeting or teams will not be allowed to play.

35+Men’sBasketballLeague

Grab your old teammates and come join our 35+ Men’s Basketball League.

Games Saturday Afternoons

10 Regular season games (4 Playoff games)

Jerseys provided with numbers

Minimum of 5 players; team max. 10

Registration ends April 23rd

TeamFee: $600

10SRALG06

Sat 1:00–4:00 p.m.

Captain’s meeting will be May 5th at 1:00 p.m. and games will start the following week. All rosters and money must be paid before the meeting or teams will not be allowed to play.

YSPYMCASportsandPerformance

90 min. class / Gym 1

Take your athletic ability to the next level! Come join our instructor/trainers in a class that will challenge you and your teammates. The classes are designed to improve: flexibility, strength, agility, power, speed, and injury prevention.

Fees: $105 Full Member; $160 Non-member 10SRTCL02 Mon & Fri 4:00–5:30 p.m. Contact Adam Rodriguez x206 for more information.

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FORHeALTHYLIVING IMPROVINGTHeCOMMUNITY’SHeALTHANDweLL-BeING PARTNeRSHIPPROGRAM AReYOUPHYSICALLYDISABLeDANDLOOKING FORAPLACeTOTRAIN?

Or do you just need someone to help you get started in your fitness program? We encourage you to consider the South Shore YMCA Partnership Program, designed specifically for persons with physical disabilities who are interested in a structured exercise program.

whowillyoubetrainingwith?

Our Partnership Program will provide a master trainer to teach both the participant and his/her selected partner how to properly use the specialized strength training and cardiovascular equipment in our fully equipped fitness facility. Participants who do not have a partner to work with are eligible to enroll, but may experience a waiting period until a volunteer becomes available.

eligibleparticipantsincludepersonswith:** •

Wheelchair dependency

Blindness

Multiple sclerosis or cerebral palsy

Stroke or brain injury

whatdoesthisprogramcost?

The Partnership Program is available to full YMCA members at no additional cost. Current membership rates are available at the Welcome Center. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. Application forms are available at the Welcome Center. Please see page ii (insert) for a complete list of membership rates.

For further details, please inquire at the Welcome Center (617-479-8500), ext. 0 (operator).

when,whereandhowwillyoutrain?

A master trainer will provide one-on-one instruction in our Health & Well-being Center for initial program design and training on the equipment. Your regular workout schedule will depend on you and your training partners’ availability. When training in our swimming pool area, we recommend you provide your own partner.

whatequipmentwillyouusefortraining?

You will perform strength-training and cardiovascular exercise on: • •

Wheelchair-accessible Vortex & Equalizer 1000 strength equipment Nautilus strength machines (for individuals capable of transferring)

Vitaglide, Colorado arm cycles

NuStep TRS4000

Easy Stand EvolvTM Glider (upon Doctor approval)

MOTOmed arm/leg trainer

RT300-STM Ergometer (FES) (upon Doctor approval) *Additional Fee for Electrodes

HowtojointhePartnershipProgram:

Call Sheryl Rosa, Partnership Program Director/Disabled Services at (617) 479-8500, ext. 148. We invite you to first visit and tour our facility. After a brief meeting with the Partnership Program Director, we ask that you: •

Complete a Partnership Program application

Fill out a Medical History Questionnaire

Provide medical clearance by a physician

Submit an exercise prescription by a physical or occupational therapist (if applicable)

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** the Partnership Program is limited to participants without dementia, confusion, Alzheimer’s Disease, medical psychiatric problems, and intellectual/developmental disabilities. Individuals with mental disabilities are welcome to join the South Shore YMCA on condition that they provide their own volunteer (i.e. family, friend, day program/group home staff, or care giver). Sheryl Rosa, Partnership Program Director, will design the member’s exercise program and train the volunteer. Each participant is subject to an assessment of appropriate mental and physical skills required to safely participate in a physical fitness program at the South Shore YMCA.


SOUTHSHOReYMCALOCATIONS Germantown Neighborhood Center

ComefeeltheSpirit at CampBurgess&Hayward Camp burgess for boys and Camp Hayward for girls are traditional brothersister overnight camps located on opposite shores of Spectacle Pond.

CampBurgess&Hayward 75 Stowe Road Sandwich MA 02563

Our Teen programs offer service, leadership and adventure trips on Cape Cod and around North America.

Tel (508) 428-2571 Fax (508) 420-3545

Our Outdoor Education Center and Retreat and Conference Center offer environmental science, adventure and teambuilding programs for school groups and other organizations, as well as facility rentals. The Emilson Family Camp offers a camp experience for the whole family. Established in 1928, Camp Burgess & Hayward offers enriching programs for children and families year-round. Located on Cape Cod, one hour south of Boston, and situated on over 300 acres of forests, meadows and freshwater ponds.

MillPond We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for all through programs that promote healthy spirit, mind, and body. Here you’ll find people of all ages and abilities, from all walks of life and economic circumstances. Everyone is welcome at the Y, where we build strong kids, strong families and strong communities. We offer a diverse program including tennis, gymnastics, arts & humanities classes, and an outdoor family center for summer fun. Come in for a tour and we will introduce you to our YMCA family.

MillPondBranch

75 Mill St. Hanover, MA 02339 (781) 829-8585

new!

enroll SOUTHSHOReYMCA now! eARLYLeARNING CeNTeR

Serving families of Infant, Toddler, Preschool, and Kindergarten aged children Location: 1075 Washington St., Hanover, MA 02339 Hours of operation: 6:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. At the South Shore YMCA Early Learning Center, we offer high quality early childhood education and care. Our program highlights include: Early literacy instruction & screening, outdoor exploration and play, visits to the South Shore Natural Science in Norwell & visits by the Naturalists at the Center, weekly swim lessons at the Mill Pond branch, the KidZone (our large motor activity room), and highly qualified educators to foster growth & development while inspiring a love of learning! For more information or to schedule a tour, please contact: Jamee Beaudry, Early Learning Center Director, at jbeaudry@ssymca.org or (781) 826-7900

Since 1982, the Germantown Neighborhood Center (GNC) has been providing critical support services to youth and families of the Germantown community of Quincy. The percentage of people living in poverty in Germantown is currently four times greater than in the overall City of Quincy. A community Neighborhood Council governs the GNC and works with support and guidance from the South Shore YMCA to identify and develop strategies to address community needs. The Council has ultimately concluded that in order for the members of this community to succeed in improving their lives and those of their families, they must gain the skills and confidence to take action. Our programs and services work toward this end, serving over a thousand adults, youth, and seniors throughout the year. Services include the Food Pantry, Holiday Assistance, Advocacy and Referrals For further information please call Kathy Quigley, Director, at (617) 376-1384.

Germantown NeighborhoodCenter 366 Palmer Street, Quincy 02169

SouthShore NaturalScience Center

new!

The South Shore Natural Science Center is a nonprofit South Shore YMCA organization located in Norwell on 30 acres surrounded by 200 acres of town conservation/recreation land consisting of meadows, woodlands and a pond. We are dedicated to educating the community about the natural and cultural environments of the South Shore. We are open year-round and are located at 48 Jacobs Lane, Norwell. For more information call 781-659-2559 or email us at info@ssnsc.org.

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FORSOCIALReSPONSIBILITY GIVINGBACKANDPROVIDINGSUPPORTTOOURNeIGHBORS SAVeTHeDATe for the following

2012ANNUALSUPPORTCAMPAIGNeVeNTS Tasteofthe SouthShore

SouthShore YMCA TReK

16thAnnual GolfClassic

youthprograms community centers

Did you know that the Y is running Youth Programs on Tuesdays at the following Community Centers: Wards 2 & 4 and North Quincy.

Do you need a swim test for boating courses, camps, etc.? Contact Emily Finn at ext. 176 to set up an appointment.

Fees:

March 22nd June 9th July 11th Log in to ssymca.org for more details! new!

community swimtest

Free—Included in Full Membership; $5 Non-member

building communities

new!

Do you belong to a community organization? Are you looking at ways to build connections with the YMCA? Do you belong to a group or team that needs teambuilding session?

For more information contact Phil ext 183.

To find out what the Y can do for your community organization contact Phil at ext. 183.

Military OutreachInitiative Is your spouse currently on Active Duty, and deployed for a minimum of 6 months? Call Patricia Small at ext. 150 for more information on our Military Outreach Initiative.

financialassistance The South Shore YMCA strives to serve the entire community. Financial Assistance is available to those who cannot afford fees. Assistance is awarded based on the need demonstrated by household income and/or extenuating circumstances and the funds available. Monies used to fund Financial Assistance are made possible through charitable donations to our Annual Support Campaign. Contact Patricia Small at 617-479-8500, ext. 150 or visit ssymca.org for an application.

My Y isevery Y in New England

ReCIPROCITY PROGRAM The Reciprocity program is for full facility/full privilege Y members (those holding adult, family or senior memberships) whose home Y is located in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire,

VOLUNTeeRINGexPeRIeNCe Volunteers are the heart of every YMCA. We are volunteer based and volunteer led, ensuring that we are meeting the unique needs of our communities. We invite you to join us in this very worthy mission.

whyvolunteer? • Make new friends

• uncover hidden skills and talents

• Have fun

• Make a difference in your community

Vermont and Connecticut. Please remember to check

Visit ssymca.org to search current volunteer opportunities, or contact Courtney at 617-479-8500, ext. 160, for more information.

ymca.net for any restrictions that may apply to the

And, if you’re still not sure how you can help, just remember…

Y you will be visiting and to bring your membership ID and a picture ID with you when you visit.

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The South Shore YMCA’s

“Noactofkindness, nomatterhowsmall, iseverwasted.” —Aesop


SOUTHSHOReYMCA PROGRAMCALeNDAR September '11 S M T W

T 1 8 15 22 29

F 2 9 16 23 30

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January '12 S M T W 1 2 8 9 15 16 22 23 29 30

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March '12 S M T 4 11 18 25

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May '12 S M

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July S 1 8 15 22 29

'12 M 2 9 16 23 30

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Registration begins: 8/30/11 Members; 9/2/11 Non-members

2 9 16 23 30

7 Weeks

(6 Mondays)

December '11 S M T W

7 Weeks

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Registration begins: 10/18/11 Members; 10/21/11 Non-members

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Registration begins: 12/13/11 Members; 12/16/11 Non-members

7 Weeks

S 1 8 15 22 29

S 4 11 18 25

(6 Sundays & Mondays)

7 14 21 28

T 1 8 15 22 29

F 2 9 16 23 30

T W 1 2 8 9 15 16 22 23 29 30

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SPRING 2

June '12 S M T

Registration begins: 2/14/12 Members; 2/17/12 Non-members

Registration begins: 4/3/12 Members; 4/6/12 Non-members

8 Weeks

(7 Sundays, Mondays, Saturdays)

S 7 14 21 28

SUMMER Registration begins: 6/5/12 Members; 6/8/12 Non-members

10 Weeks

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South Shore YMCA Summer Day Camp Registration: Hanover: Camp Gordon Clark Registration begins February 16 for Full Members and March 15 for non-members Quincy: Summer Camp Registration begins March 1

AYeAR ATAGLANCe

2011–2012

Holiday/Vacation - No Regular Session classes Holiday - No Classes

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SOUTHSHOReYMCA QUINCYBRANCH 79 Coddington Street Quincy, MA 02169 ssymca.org

Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage

PAID Boston, MA Permit No. 58092

TIMeDATeD MATeRIALS

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SPRING 1: SPRING 2:

February26–April15,2012 (7 weeks) April22–June16,2012 (8 weeks)

Quincy Spring 2012 Program Guide  

A guide of our Program offerings for Spring 1 and Spring 2 sessions at the Quincy Branch.

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