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WELCOME TO THE WHITE ROCK YMCA! A message from the Vice President of Operations The White Rock YMCA began offering Day Camp, educational classes, and youth programming back in 1955 and continues to be a major part of the White Rock community. Today, our programs consist of activities for all ages, from infants to seniors. The White Rock Y has been impacting lives for years and I know we will continue to do so. With the help of 75+ volunteers and through the generosity of hundreds of members of our community, we were able to surpass our goal of raising $245,000 for our 2019 Annual Campaign! We use these funds to make sure that no one is turned away from membership or program registration due to the inability to pay. This important promise is just one of the many things that separates the Y from other gym and swim facilities.

If you are considering joining the White Rock Y, stop by our Member Services Desk and ask for a free guest pass for yourself or a friend. Amenities include over 140 group exercise classes per week, complimentary child watch, numerous weight and cardio machines, and our swimming pool. When you decide to join, we will have you meet with one of our wellness coaches to ensure you are on the right track to achieve your personal goals. I hope you take a few minutes to look through our program guide and see all that the White Rock YMCA has to offer. Welcome to the Y family! Sincerely, Eric Schenkelberg Vice President of Operations

WHAT’S INSIDE... ChildWatch..................................................4 Play & Learn....................................................4 Parents’ Night Out..........................................4 Youth Ballet......................................................5 Cookies with Santa..........................................5 Youth Sports.....................................................6 Adventure Guides............................................7 Teen Programs.................................................8 New Skills...........................................................9 2

Volunteering .....................................................9 Personal Training...........................................10 Weight Loss Program...................................10 Kick Start........................................................10 LIVESTRONG at the YMCA.... ..........................10 Diabetes Prevention Program......................10 Active Older Adult Programs.......................11 Community CPR & First Aid.........................11



Nationwide Membership

To put Christian values into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.

By becoming a member of the White Rock Y, you will also have access to all branches in the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas and all participating YMCAs across the country. Visit nationwide-membership to find participating Ys.

Financial Assistance At the Y, no one is turned away due to the inability to pay. In keeping with our mission, the White Rock Y offers financial assistance and incomebased memberships to those who qualify, based on a sliding scale. Anyone can apply to receive financial support through the Y For All program. Eligibility is determined on an individual basis. For Financial Assistance information, contact: Marla Sone Membership Coordinator

Membership Changes & Cancellations All membership changes and cancellations must be made in writing 30 days prior to your draft date by visiting the Member Services desk. For Membership information, contact: Jeff Robertson Senior Membership Director


Membership Type

Monthly Fee

Joiner Fee

Mon.-Thurs.........5:30a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Friday....................5:30a.m.-8:00p.m. Saturday...............6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sunday................12:00p.m.-6:00p.m.

Teen (13-18)



Young Adult (19-29)



Adult (30-61)



1 Adults + Dependents



2 Adults



2 Adults + Dependents



Senior Adult (62+)



Senior Couple (62+)



CHILDWATCH HOURS Mon.-Sat...............7:45a.m.-1:00p.m. Mon.-Thurs...........3:30p.m.-8:15p.m. Sunday..........................CLOSED




Let your children play in our story area while you take time for yourself to get fit and healthy. Children have a blast playing with other kids, and you can rest assured that they are in good hands with our staff. Ratios: CHILDWATCH HOURS 6 weeks - 23 months 4:1 Mon.-Sat.: 24 months - 10 years 8:1 7:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m. For ChildWatch information, contact: Mon.-Thurs.: Jordan Jones 3:30 p.m.-8:15 p.m. ChildWatch Coordinator

PLAY & LEARN Play & Learn is a free program designed to support early childhood development. We invite parents and their children (birth to 5 years) to come play, create, and explore together. Parents and children engage in activities such as art projects, play dough, painting, singing, story time, and much more. Wednesdays, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Begins September 11 No classes on Nov. 21; Dec. 19, 26; Jan. 1 For Play & Learn information, contact: Christina Fletcher, Program Director

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT Parents’ Night Out is FREE for the first 100 kids with family memberships. Registration opens two weeks prior to PNO and registration must be made in person at the White Rock YMCA.

Reg. Begins


Aug. 17

Aug. 4

Back to School

Sept. 7

Aug. 18

Football Fanatic

Sept. 21

Sept. 8

Zoo Fun

PNO is held Saturdays, 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. Each night is themed with coordinating crafts, activities, and a G-Rated movie to end the night.

Oct. 5

Sept. 22

Basketball Bonanza

Oct. 19

Oct. 6

Prince and Princess

Nov. 2

Oct. 20

Super Hero Day

For PNO information, contact:

Nov. 16

Nov. 3


Dec. 7

Nov. 17

Celebrating Walt Disney

Dec. 21

Dec. 8

Holiday Fun

Christina Fletcher, Program Director


Event Date


YOUTH BALLET SESSIONS Classes meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Participants will learn a variety of skills and techniques taught by a lead instructor formally trained in classical ballet. Each class will perform in an end-of-the-year recital. Class sizes are limited and registration fills quickly. Program fees cover the cost of instruction, picture package, costumes (including shoes and tights), and a minimum of two tickets to the ballet recital. Draft options are available. Session Days: Sept. 10 - Dec. 4 Picture Day: Dec. 3rd during scheduled class time Recital: Dec. 4 at Bishop Lynch High School 6:00 PM Age

Class Times

Member/Non-Member Price

Be’be 3-4 yrs. 3:15 PM-3:45 PM Demi 5-6 yrs. 4:00 PM-4:45 PM Etoile 7-10

5:00 PM-5:55 PM

$310/$410 $350/$450 $395/$495


**Price includes all costume fees and recital tickets. ***Optional Floral orders for recital can be purchased in advance through En Fleur and delivered to the recital day of. For Youth Ballet information, contact Christina Fletcher, Program Director:

COOKIES WITH SANTA Don’t miss our annual Cookies with Santa event! We will be enjoying cookies, crafts, hot cocoa, and free pictures with Santa. This year’s theme will be a saccharine surprise, so bring your sweet tooth and let visions of sugarplums dance in your head! When: Friday, December 6, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Where: White Rock YMCA Gynasium Cost: FREE Christina Fletcher, Program Director



YOUTH SPORTS YMCA Youth Sports programs place a priority on family involvement, the value of participation over winning, team building, individual development, positive self-image, vvvvvvvvvvand a sense of fair play. Uniform cost is included in fees.

*PreK3 teams in our baseball and soccer leagues hold practices and games on Saturday mornings (30-minute practice followed by a 30-minute game).



Flag Football

Registration: July 1st - Aug. 9th First Game: Sept. 7th Grades: PreK3* - 7th Members: $85 Non: $125 Games: Saturdays

Registration: July 1st - Aug. 9th First Game: Sept. 7th Grades: PreK3* - 3rd Members: $85 Non: $125 Games: Saturdays

Registration: July 1st - Aug. 9th First Game: Sept. 7th Grades: K - 4th Members: $85 Non: $125 Games: Friday (PM), Saturday (AM)

7 v 7 Football

New Volleyball

Registration: July 1st - Aug. 9th First Game: Sept. 7th Grades: 5th - 6th Members: $85 Non: $125 Games: Friday (PM), Saturday (AM)

Registration: July 1st - Aug. 9th First Game: Sept. 7th Grades: 3rd-7th Members: $85 Non: $125 Games: Thursday or Friday (PM)

Fall Sports Clinics Sports clinics are designed to develop the necessary skills for game days. Players age 3-12 will increase their knowledge of the game while learning in a small group setting. Clinics are 45 minutes. Members: $55 Non-Members: $75

Soccer Clinic

Registration: July 1st - Aug. 9th First Clinic: Sept. 9th Grades: PreK3* - 7th Class Time: 4:30-5:15pm Classes offered Mon., Tues. or Thurs. *(once per week) 6 classes

Baseball Clinic

Registration: July 1st - Aug. 9th First Clinic: Sept. 11th Grades: PreK3* - 7th Class Time: 4:30-5:15pm Classes offered Wednesdays *(once per week) 6 classes

For Youth Sports information, contact Rodney Black, Regional Sports Director,



ADVENTURE GUIDES Y Adventure Guides leads a father (or male role model) and a child (kindergarten through 4th grade) on a journey of discovery and uninterrupted time together as members of a larger group, building lifelong memories and bonds. Through activities like monthly group meetings, ceremonies, games, and weekend camping trips, dad and child will create memories that neither will forget.

2019-2020 Event Schedule Date(s)



Member/Non Member Fee

Aug. 1

Program Registration Begins




New Participant Meeting

Lake Highlands YMCA’s Gym

Oct. 11-13 Oct. 18-20 Oct. 25-27

Girl’s Camp Out Boy’s Camp Out Make-Up Camp Out

Camp Classen Camp Classen TBD

Nov. 16

Turkey Shoot

Lake Highlands YMCA


Daddy/Daughter Dance


Feb. 7-9

Boy’s Camp Out

Collin County Adventure Camp


Feb. 28-Mar. 1 Mar. 29 April 24-26

Girl’s Camp Out Regional Derby Day All Camp Out

Collin County Adventure Camp Lake Highlands YMCA Camp Grady Spruce

*$250/$280 $20 *$250/$280

*$250/$280 *$250/$280

*Pair Registration: includes fee for parent and child For Adventure Guides information, contact: Marvin Rosales, Regional Program Director



TEEN PROGRAMS Model United Nations Students (grades 6-12) are assigned a country to represent and then tasked with world issues in a mock United Nations conference. Countries negotiate to create resolutions to global issues.

Teen Action Council Teens grades 7-12 serve on a committee to develop programs and activities for teens. Participants must be approved by Senior Program Director. Council meets the 3rd Monday of each month, 5:15-6:15 p.m.

Youth and Government YMCA Y&G is a nation-wide program in which students learn the mechanics of government and the media by participating in hands-on activities in their school meetings. Conference Training (Middle & High) October 26th - Location TBD District Conference (Middle & High) November 16 - Duncanville High School


People Encouraging Acceptance and Change Everywhere P.E.A.C.E. is a teen diversity and inclusion program designed to help bring groups together to learn about and support each other. Meeting agendas include guest speakers and small-group facilitated conversation regarding hot topics around Diversity and Inclusion. This is a free program.

Teen Night Teens enjoy positive activities such as basketball, arts & crafts, board games, fitness classes, guest speakers, music, and fun. This is a great time to get together, make new friends, and find new areas of interest. Registration is REQUIRED by the Wednesday before the event. Grades: 6th-12th Times: 6:00 p.m. -9 :00 p.m. Members: $5 Non-Members: $10 Dates: August 10, September 14, October 12, November 9

For Teen Programs information, contact Cassie McKee, Senior Program Director, 8


Teen Babysitting: Jump ahead of the competition - become an ASHI Certified Babysitter! Learn household safety tips, how to market yourself as a sitter, and important care-taking information for infants and children. Ages 11 and up. Classes are the 2nd Saturday of each month, 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Participants also receive 50% off Teen CPR. Dates: Aug. 10, Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov. 9, Dec. 14 Members: $65 Non-Members: $85

CPR: Teen Classes: Sundays from 1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Class Dates: Aug. 11, Oct. 13, Dec. 15 Members: $45 Non-Members: $65

Chess Club Students (K-8th) will begin learning basic movements and objectives of the game while developing their own tactics and mental strategies. Members: $40 Non-Members: $60 Meeting Times: Monday Wednesday 5-6 pm Class Dates: August 12 - September 18th, September 23 - October 31, November 4 - December 18 *No class November 24th - 30th For Teen Programs information, contact Cassie McKee, Senior Program Director,

VOLUNTEERING The Y is a cause for strengthening communities, committed every day to youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. When you volunteer at the Y, you take an active role in bringing about meaningful and enduring change right in your own neighborhood. We have lots of opportunities to volunteer. Join us - we could use someone like you!

Support Volunteers Support volunteers are involved with the YMCA on more than a special event basis. We are currently in need of volunteers in the following departments: • Health and Wellness • ChildWatch • Sports • Member Services If you are interested in volunteering, visit and select “White Rock YMCA” under Desired Branch.

Board of Management Our Board of Management is a group of YMCA members whose love of the White Rock/Lakewood community has led them to volunteer their time, talents, and treasures to ensure the fulfillment of the YMCA mission. For information about our board or how you can volunteer, please contact: Eric Schenkelberg Vice President of Operations

For Volunteering information, visit FALL 2019 WHITE ROCK YMCA


PERSONAL TRAINING Our certified personal trainers will work with you to set realistic goals and create a program to help you achieve them. Sessions are 55-minutes (individual, partner, or group) or 30-minutes (individual only). Sessions

























New to training? Try our introductory package: 3 sessions for $129!



This 12-week program is supported by a team of lifestyle coaches who will help you gain insights into physical activity and a better understanding of the motivations and obstacles that make losing weight and keeping it off challenging. This program is for members only.

Get comfortable in your YMCA through our free Kick Start Program! Meet with a fitness professional to assess your goals and support your path to a healthy lifestyle. Book your first Kick Start appointment at the Member Services desk today.

For program details, contact: Jermaine Bouyer, Health & Wellness Director

YMCA Diabetes Prevention

LIVESTRONG at the YMCA LIVESTRONG at the YMCA focuses on the specific wants, needs, and interests of cancer survivors. Through this program, participants will have access to a complimentary 12-week membership, exercise programs, and educational materials. 10

YMCA DPP helps to prevent or delay the onset of diabetes through educational classes about maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This is a year-long program; during the first 16 weeks, members meet at least once per week for one hour. After that, participants meet once per month for eight months. To view the requirements for this program, visit our website. For more information about the YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program, contact: Tracey Burns, Director of Healthy Lifestyles FALL 2019 WHITE ROCK YMCA

ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS We have a vibrant Active Older Adults community for whom the Y truly is so much more than a place to come sweat for an hour. Our Seniors have special group exercise classes, hold regular luncheons, and enjoy time together! Whether you are trying to get healthier or stronger or just looking to meet some new friends, the YMCA is the one place where you can accomplish all of those things and more.



9:30 a.m.

10:45 a.m. Enhance Fitness Tuesday

Thanksgiving Luncheon:

10:45 a.m. Primetime Stretching 11:30 a.m. Chair Yoga

Turkey and dressing will be provided - bring your favorite side dish or dessert! Tuesday, November 19th 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Price: FREE

Wednesday 9:30 a.m.

Christmas Luncheon:


Ham and dressing with be provided - bring your favorite side dish or dessert! Tuesday, December 17th, 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Price: FREE

Primetime Fitness

Primetime Fitness

10:45 a.m. Enhance Fitness 9:30 a.m.

Primetime Stretching

11:30 a.m. Chair Yoga Friday

9:30 a.m.

Primetime Fitness

10:45 a.m. Senior Energy

COMMUNITY CPR & FIRST AID Become certified in First Aid and CPRsomeone’s life could depend on it! Nationally certified instructors will educate you so you are prepared and knowledgeable should an emergency arise. Class registration is limited to 8. Members: $45 / Non-Members: $65 Day Time Dates

Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Sept. 10, Nov. 12

For CPR & First Aid information, contact: Daniel Whitfield Program Director FALL 2019 WHITE ROCK YMCA


2019 Annual Campaign

Chairman’s Round Table Donors $10,000+

Comerica Bank, AT&T

$5,000 - $9,999 Gregory Swalwell & Terry Connor, Jean & James Barrow

$2,500 - $4,999 Andrew Rohrbacher & Matthew Warmuth, Baron of Plenderleith & Lady Plenderleith, Enterprise Fleet Management, Jerry C. Alexander, Lori & Matthew Trent Family, Lydia & Randy Rapp, Matejek Family Foundation, N The Zone Photography, Sarah & Stephen Angelette, Stacie & Matt Renfro, Texas Health Resources, The Teinert Family, Byron & Linda Harris, Bruce Hagemann, Katibeh Family Foundation, Ann & Dan Noble, City Hospital at White Rock, Veronica & Eric Schenkelberg, Patterson-Steen Family, Virginia & Thomas Hoolan

$1,000 - $2,499 Advocate Publishing, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, Alex & Jeff Robertson, Alliance Catering, Amber & David Torres, Amy & Jason Kulas, Andrew Johnson, Andrew Tadros, Andy & Susan Powell, Bank of America, Benica & Andrew Brown Family, Bradley Almond Family, Burger House, Carmelita Gallo, Cassie & Steve McKee, Charlene & Dan Flick, Christina & Jadd Masso, Christina Fletcher, Chuck, Jennifer, Lauren, Charles & Wyatt Sharpe, Cisco Systems Foundation, Claire & Trey Hailey, Clark Hill Strasburger, Courtney & Bryan St. Eve, CourtroomLogic Consulting, LLC, Dawn R May, Debra Benedek, Del Rey Dental, Distinguished Trophies, Douglas Barrilleaux Family, Dr. Jay Leftwich DDS, Dykema, Fred Washington, Frost Bank, Gary Weed, George Wendel, Gomez Detective Agency, Grant Leighton Associates, Inc., Haynes and Boone LLP, Jan & Gerry Worrall, Jane & Gabriel Ojeda, Janet Ver-Fine & Richard Fine, Jermaine Bouyer Family, Jim Weber , Joel Ballew, Kathleen & Patrick Cox, Ken Halliday & Mark Ault, Kirsten, Bechtol, Bonnie & Carlos Garcia, Kiwanis Club of Lakewood, Kyle & Hayley Dawson Owens, Laura & Michael Parrish, Linebarger Goggan Blair Sampson, Lisa, Bonnie, RJ & Richard Haayen, Loyd Hopkins, Lynn & Tom Chapman, M Streets Life Magazine/White Rock Life Magazine, Meagan Chaddick & Family, Melissa & Ben Shrewsbury, Mike Terry, Norma & Gerald Worrall II, PHB Riverbend Residential Organization LLC, Polsinelli PC, Rachel Burleson, RESPEC, Richard Vitale Family, Robert, Carol & Anastacia Walton, Rodney Black, Rosemary & Bruce Macmillan, Sarah & Thomas York, Stephen Leggio, Team Sports & Performance Apparel, The Juice Bar, The T Shop, Times Ten Cellars, Todd, Lindsay, Clayton, Hadley & Jenevieve, Total Building Maintenance, Inc., Victor Aves, Victoria & Michael Martin Family, Vivian & Michael Youdin, Walton Garden Center, White Rock Alehouse WHITE ROCK YMCA • 7112 Gaston Ave. Dallas, TX 75214 • (214)328-3849 •

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White Rock YMCA 2019 Fall Program Guide  

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