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FACILITY HOURS Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday CLOSURES Easter, April 16 Facility Shutdown, May 15-21 Memorial Day, May 29

MILL CREEK FAMILY YMCA 5 am-10 pm 7 am-7 pm 10 am-6 pm Closed Closed 8 am-3 pm

13723 Puget Park Drive, Everett, WA 98208 P 425 337 0123 F 425 316 8031 STAFF MEMBERS Kyla Smith, Executive Director

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Pirri Badenhop, Senior Director

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Chris Bellecourt, Sports & Recreation Director 425 357 3022

Thank you for choosing to be a part of the Mill Creek YMCA. What brings hundreds of people through our doors each day?

Malaika Brown, Director of Family Engagement & Impact 425 224 8041

Our members tell us as if it's second nature. To them, the YMCA is about total wellness - enhancing spiritual, mental, and physical health. Members also tell us that one of the most important reasons they come to the Mill Creek YMCA is for the quality time it allows them to spend with their family. In our busy lives, family time is often the hardest to schedule, but it’s also one of the most important aspects of our children’s development. The YMCA is the place where someone new can immediately become a part of community life. Many praise the Y for its inclusive approach to people facing physical or mental challenges or financial difficulties. Most important, the YMCA is responding to critical challenges facing our community, including constructive after-school programs for tweens and teens, youth obesity, affordable childcare and summer camps or life-saving skills such as swim instruction for kids and adults. It all comes together in a way that sets the Mill Creek YMCA apart from other not-for-profit community organizations: The YMCA fuses programs, exercise, learning, self-esteem, confidence, knowledge, and camaraderie to build people one step at a time. The end result is a stronger individual, a strengthened family - and, ultimately, a stronger community Thank you for making the Mill Creek YMCA a part of your life! We look forward to serving you and your family throughout 2017.


Kyla Smith, Branch Executive Director

Sharon Burlison, Member Experience Specialist 425 224 8045 Emmy Cornwell, Member Exp. Specialist; Health & Well-Being 425 357 3050 Taise Gerhard, Child Care Registrar & Financial Assistance 425 224 8046 Dana Hendricks, Family Programs Coordinator 425 224 8044 Terry Huffer, Active Older Adult Coordinator 425 357 3023 Therese Huri, Volunteer Coordinator

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Sarah Lusier, Early Childhood Education Director 425 379 9400 Nolan Martin, Youth and Teens Program Coordinator 425 357 3034 Cindy Mascari, Sr. Dir., Member & Community Engagement 425 357 3024 Brook Mitchell, Member Exp. Specialist; Health & Well-Being 425 357 3033 Janette Parent, Aquatics Director

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Eleanor Peavey, Sr. Dir. Youth, Teens and Volunteerism 425 357 3027 Megan Proost, School Age Child Care Director 425 357 3028 Nikki Rich, Administrative Support

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FAMILY TIME……………………………. 17


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SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY…………... 11

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MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION NOW IT’S EASIER THAN EVER TO JOIN THE Y! Membership in the Y is a special thing. Be a part of a leading nonprofit organization for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The YMCA of Snohomish County is a membership organization and anyone can join. So, with simple monthly dues, you have no contracts or minimum stays to worry about and no sales pitches to endure. Just quality, healthy programs that your whole family can enjoy.

MEMBERSHIP TYPES FACILITY MEMBERSHIP Get full access to fitness centers at all five YMCAs in Snohomish County with a Facility Membership. Choose from a wide menu of free group exercise classes, enjoy lap and recreational swimming, and receive a free wellness orientation when you join. And as a facility member, you’ll be eligible for priority registration and reduced fees on specialty classes and programs for your whole family. PROGRAM MEMBERSHIP If you’re not already a Y Facility Member and want to participate in programs like summer camps, youth sports, swimming lessons and child care, you’ll need an annual Program Membership. You’ll receive the same great level of quality and caring for which the Y is known, but without access to wellness centers and other amenities offered through a full Facility Membership. COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP Belonging is a philosophy at the heart of the Y. Everyone in the community is considered a free Community Member and is welcome to participate in key community events and programs such as fun runs, health fairs, and community education. MY Y IS NOW EVERY Y IN WASHINGTON We want to encourage members to use the Y as often as they can. Sometimes, it’s more convenient for members to use a Y in a different location when travelling, near a workplace, or in another region. Now, full facility/full privilege YMCA members can use other Y facilities throughout the state. See website for program details. CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP As part of the YMCA’s corporate membership plan, employees will enjoy the benefits of belonging to Snohomish County’s largest and most respected health, wellness, and human service organization. For more information about corporate membership, please contact the our Senior Director of Member and Community Engagement.


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MEMBERSHIP FOR ALL We believe everyone deserves a Y experience, so the YMCA of Snohomish County offers financial assistance to individuals and families who might otherwise not be able to afford membership or program fees. Ask a staff member about financial assistance.

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GENERAL INFORMATION OUR MISSION To inspire, nurture, and strengthen culturally vibrant communities through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. MEMBERSHIP CARD Your membership card is valuable and important. A valid membership card or photo ID is required every time you enter the Y. If you lose your card, you can get a replacement for a small fee. GUESTS Your membership includes 12 complimentary guest passes per year please use them! Each pass, stored electronically on your membership account, is good for one redemption at any branch of the YMCA of Snohomish County, and admits one person or one family to join you at the Y. At busy times, the Y reserves the right to limit guest usage. All guests must present photo identification and adhere to facility guidelines. A guest may use Y facilities up to three times in one calendar year with a member. Thereafter, a day pass or membership must be purchased. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Unable to afford the full cost of YMCA memberships and programs? Apply confidentially for financial assistance, forms are located in the lobby and are also available on our website. Please allow a minimum of two weeks for processing once you turn in your completed application. Please note that if approved, financial assistance is not retroactive and only applies to future membership dues and/or program registration(s). Welcome Center staff are available to assist you with your request. PAYMENT OPTIONS Bank draft and credit card payments are a convenient way to pay membership fees and ensure your membership is current. New membership activation requires a one-month payment of membership dues and pro-rated monthly fees at time of enrollment as well as banking account information or a credit card. If your banking or credit card information changes, please let us know at least 15 days before your draft, or you may be charged a $30 NSF fee for nonpayment. Annual payments are perfect for members who want to pay for their membership one year at a time. This option requires payment of 12 months at time of enrollment. AWAY PROGRAM The AWAY (Always Welcome at YMCAs) program allows you to access Ys around the country when visiting from an out-of-town. Just show your valid Y membership card. This program is good for 12 visits per calendar year.


LEAVE OF ABSENCE Members may have their membership held in abeyance once per calendar year upon 15 days advance written notice if membership dues are current. All members on Leave of Absence will be charged a convenience fee of $7 per month for the duration of the Leave of Absence. A minimum abeyance of 30 days and a maximum abeyance of 120 days is permitted. Membership will be automatically activated after a term of abeyance expires. Please visit the Welcome Center for more information. ‘SILVERSNEAKERS®’, ‘SILVER AND FIT’, AND ‘AT YOUR BEST’ MEMBERSHIPS Ages 65+ Many insurance plans have a fitness benefit which will cover part or all of a YMCA membership. Some plans carried by Humana, United Health Care, Group Health, Regence Blue Shield, Premera, Soundpath, Aetna, Kaiser Permanente of the Northwest, Optima Health, Providence Health Plan, Sterling Insurance Company, and others may be eligible. Please contact your insurance company to determine if your health plan qualifies you. FITNESS REIMBURSEMENTS More and more health insurance companies are choosing to reward their clients for healthy behaviors through fitness reimbursement programs. Contact your insurance company or your company’s Human Resource department and ask about Fitness Reimbursements today! TALK TO US: This is your Y. Please make your concerns and comments known! Member suggestion cards are available throughout the facility and at the Welcome Center. In addition, you may receive an electronic comment card in your email inbox called OPEN-LINE. If you have something to tell us, great! Let us know. We pledge to acknowledge each comment and respond appropriately.

I have a problem or an issue I have a compliment I have an idea or a suggestion LEED The Mill Creek Family YMCA has received a silver level certification rating by the U.S. Green Building Council, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building for the 2010 expansion we did. By receiving LEED certification, the YMCA has committed to implementing measures throughout design and construction that focus on careful construction practices, non-toxic material selections, efficient lighting and heating equipment, and a healthy, comfortable indoor environment.


GENERAL INFORMATION PROGRAM REFUND GUIDELINES The following guidelines are for programs that do not have required deposits (which are non-refundable). Special restrictions apply to Camp, Child Care, Membership and other programs that are clearly stated in their brochures and registrations. Program Directors have the final say to make any allowances other than the following:

 Cancelling a program 1 week prior to first day of the program start date = 100% full refund less a minimum of a $5 service fee may apply  Cancelling a program after the program start date = refunds will be prorated less a minimum of a $5 service fee may apply  Cancelling a program half-way or more after the program start date = no refund. FACILTY YOUTH GUIDELINES “Supervising individuals” are defined as persons 14 years or older. The following general guidelines apply to all youth who are not participating in a supervised, structured program while in the facility: • Ages 6 and under must have direct supervision at all times. • Ages 7-11 must be accompanied by a supervising individual

who remains in the building. • Ages 12 & 13 are not required to be accompanied by a supervising individual but are subject to age restrictions for specific areas. • Ages 14 and older are considered adults only for the purpose of use of the facilities and programs. An orientation to the facility and equipment is strongly recommended. AGE GUIDELINES BY AREA • Weight/Cardiovascular Rooms: Ages 12 & 13 may use the strengthening circuit and cardio machines, without supervision after completing the Teen Strength Orientation. Ages 8-11 can only use the cardio machines, but must be under direct adult supervision at all times. Free weights are only available for those 14+, regardless of adult supervision. • Open Swim: Ages 6 and under must be accompanied by a supervising individual in the water. All youth are subject to swim testing and other applicable rules (please see the pool schedule or a lifeguard for specific tests). • Family Swim: Ages 13 and under must be accompanied by a supervising individual in the water. All youth are subject to swim -testing and other applicable rules (please see the pool schedule or a lifeguard for specific tests). • Spa/Whirlpool: The Washington State Health Department does not allow children age 6 and under in the spa/whirlpool. Ages 7-13 may use it when directly supervised by a parent or guardian. • Locker/Shower Facilities: Age 5 and under may use the opposite sex locker room if accompanied by a supervising individual. Age 6 years and older must use the same sex locker rooms and showers. Family/Assisted changing rooms are available.

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FOOD AND BEVERAGES No food or drink other than water is permitted in the workout and gym areas. ELECTRONIC USAGE GUIDELINES Due to the advances in cellular and video technology, and for the privacy and protection of our members, the YMCA asks that members and participants adhere to the following guidelines: • Use of electronic devices is not permitted - at any time - in Y

locker rooms and youth program areas. • As a courtesy to other members, please set phones to silent while

working out and please limit phone conversations to the lobby or non-workout areas. • Taking photos or video without permission is not permitted on Y premises. LOCKERS Lockers are available for day use by members and guests. You must bring your own lock and remove it at the end of each visit. Items left overnight will be removed from the locker room and placed in lost and found. Always secure your belongings. We recommend that you not bring valuables into the facility; the Y is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Security lockers for small items are available at no cost. ATTIRE As a family organization, the YMCA of Snohomish County encourages members and their guests to maintain an appearance that is not disruptive, distracting, nor offensive in any regard and to wear attire that does not present health or safety concerns. These guidelines are meant for example purposes and may not be inclusive of all expectations. Not permitted  Clothing and jewelry that carry sexual, vulgar, or offensive messages or references, including pictures of the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and gang affiliation.  Any apparel item that can be used as a weapon.  Jeans are not permitted in workout areas. Required in workout areas  Closed-toe athletic shoes.  Shirts or workout tops.  Proper swim attire is required in the pool and spa areas. CODE OF CONDUCT  Be responsible  Be caring to others  Treat others with respect  Be respectful of others  Be honest to yourself and others Violation of these guidelines may result in suspension or revocation of membership.


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT At the Y, we believe every child has potential, and we’re here to nurture that potential. From youth sports to academic support to leadership development, the Y helps bring out the best in kids, and they keep surprising us with all they can do. CHILD CARE HEATHERWOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER Ages 6 weeks-5 years Children’s activities are guided by a theme-based curriculum which is designed to foster all areas of your child’s development. These include creative art, STEM, literature, small and gross motor activities, cooking, and dramatic play. We offer a structured, consistent routine so that children can feel secure and thrive. Infant curriculum is planned for each child individually as their needs are diverse and change so rapidly. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Child Care for 6 weeks-5 year olds Limited part time options available LOCATION YMCA Early Child Care at Heatherwood is located at 13528 North Creek Drive, Mill Creek, WA 98012. For availability or to take a tour contact us at 425 379 9400.

SCHOOL AGE LICENSED CHILD CARE BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL When school’s out, you can trust the Y to provide an engaging experience for your child right at school. Y School Age programs give your child the opportunity to get to know some of their classmates better as they engage in active play and collaborate on fun projects. In the process, they’ll continue to develop the physical, educational, emotional, and social skills that are essential for success. Our School Age Care programs:  Create safe atmospheres of learning that helps develop selfconfidence and builds character through promoting the values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility  Help each child develop relationships with others and learn to work together in a cooperative manner  Involve and serves families in significant ways that build upon their strengths  Uses curriculum that supports child-centered and child-directed activities  Creates an environment where team members are partners with parents and other caregivers, working together to help kids grow up healthy, happy, and strong Our School Age programs serve children enrolled in Mill Creek, Bothell, Southeast Everett and Southwest Snohomish area elementary schools during their out-of-school times from 6:30 am-6:30 pm. On-site programs are located at the following schools: Cedar Wood Forest View Little Cedars Penny Creek Totem Falls Woodside

REGISTRATION Call us for a tour prior to registering. Visit our website or stop by the Welcome Center at our Mill Creek Family YMCA branch for pricing and registration forms.

These programs are also accessible to students enrolled in the following schools via transportation provided daily: Mill Creek James Monroe Jefferson Seattle Hill Silver Firs Silver Lake

COMPETITIVE RATES Discounts and financial assistance is available and DSHS accepted.

FEE OPTIONS Our 2016-17 rate option sheets are available online, at all child care sites, and at our Mill Creek Family YMCA branch.

CHILD CARE PARENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE Our Early Childhood Education (ECE) and School Age Child Care (SACC) Parent Advisory Committees are always looking for new members. Your involvement helps by including your input and suggestions, volunteering, helping to plan family events and more. Contact us for more information.


OUR STAFF Our child care programs are staffed with people who understand the cognitive, physical and social development of kids, the need children have to feel connected and supported in trying new things, and the caring and reinforcement parents and families need to help each other. Each child care location has a dedicated Site Director, with a minimum of 30 college credits in early childhood or elementary education. All of our staff have had previous experience working with children. Staff have attended, and continue to attend, regularly scheduled training events on behavior management, communication skills, and creative activities to do with kids.


CHILD CARE CHILD CARE (CONT.) SCHOOL AGE LICENSED CHILD CARE BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL (CONT.) Staff maintain current certification in CPR, First Aid, Child Abuse Prevention, and other certification required by the licensor. In addition, staff and volunteers are thoroughly screened prior to employment and evaluated on a regular basis to ensure continually high performance. SNACKS Menus are created to meet our healthy eating guidelines and be appealing to children. We strive to improve nutrition and offer variety. Providing pleasant mealtime experiences is key in promoting healthy eating habits. A morning and an afternoon snack are provided daily at scheduled times. Menus are available at child care sites upon request. ACTIVITIES Children are like sponges - they watch and absorb knowledge, skills and values from everything and everyone around them. At the Y, we believe the values and skills learned early on are vital building blocks for quality of life and future success. At the Y, school-age kids make friends, learn new skills and do homework. Most importantly, children learn how to be their best selves. Specific activities are different for each location and age group, but all locations feature:

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SPRING BREAK SCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE While Everett and Snohomish schools are closed for Spring Break, we will provide full day child care from 6:30 am-6:30 pm at Forest View and Penny Creek Elementary. Kids will enjoy a “Summer Preview” week with games, activities and projects from our awesome YMCA summer camps. Get your child ready for summer! Registration for all participants will be required. Registration forms will be available at all School Age Child Care sties and at the Welcome Center at our Mill Creek Family YMCA branch. Fees for care are included in Year Round, DSHS, and School Year care options. School Days Only and Community Member families must register in person at the branch. A completed registration packet and full payment is due upon registration. Spring Break: April 3-7 Registration: March 15-29 Facility Member Fee: $50 per day Program and Community Member Fee: $60 per day

Academic support from caring role models Physical activity and movement Free-Choice/Open Centers Healthy Snack Group Time 30-minute Outdoor Time; weather permitting Projects and Activities in Arts, STEM, Literacy, and Cooking Service learning opportunities

We support school efforts in learning by bridging the gap between school and back. The Y provides hands on experiential activities for kids to learn in different ways. Our School Age Child Care staff strive to create ways for every child to learn and grow. REGISTRATION Registration for the 2016-17 school year is still open! Stop by the Welcome Center at our Mill Creek Family YMCA branch for pricing and registration forms. Registration for the 2017-18 school year will be opening April 17 for currently enrolled families and May 1 to the public.

By locating this Annual Campaign icon throughout our Program Guide, you can learn about some of the many programs that Annual Campaign dollars support.

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CHILD CARE QUESTIONS? Have questions on Child Care, billing or just have suggestions or concerns? Here’s who can help you! General Child Care Registration and Rates Information Taise Gerhard P 425 224 8046 E Child Care Billing Sarah Kessinger P 425 374 5721 E School Age Child Care Megan Proost P 425 357 3028 E Early Childhood Education & Preschool Sarah Lusier P 425 379 9400 E




CHILD WATCH & ADVENTURE ZONE Ages 6 weeks-7 years Your child will be safe and well cared for in these areas of the facility while you enjoy your workout. Parents and Guardians must remain on site while utilizing our drop in care areas. Due to heavy usage and limited space, especially during peak times, we have a 90 minute limit in both rooms prior to 1:30 pm and after 3:30 pm. Be sure to pick up a parent brochure in either area for more specific information on these member benefits.

PRESCHOOL BUILDING BLOCKS Ages 3-5 Age appropriate concepts are taught during story time as well as letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and days of the week. Together we build social skills and body awareness through games and interactive circle time. Core programs: Story Time, Imagination Station, Gym games, Music & Movement, and Science and Sensory activities. Some of our families use this program to enhance their child’s learning experience and others use this as their preschool choice. We will register your child based on their age at the start of the program and all children must be toilet trained.

Child Watch Ages 6 weeks-3 years Mon, Wed 8:30 am-1:30 pm & 3:30-8:15 pm Tue, Thur 8:30 am-8:15 pm* Friday 8:30 am-1:30 pm & 3:30-6:15 pm Saturday 8 am-3 pm* Sunday 10:15 am-2:15 pm *On Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:30-3:30 pm and Saturdays from 2-3 pm Child Watch will take up to age 10. Adventure Zone Ages 3-7 years, must be potty trained Mon-Thur 8:30 am-1:30 pm & 3:30-8:15 pm Friday 8:30 am-1:30 pm & 3:30-6:15 pm Saturday* 8:30 am-2 pm Sunday* 10:15 am-2:15 pm *On Saturdays and Sundays only Adventure Zone will take up to age 10. Note: Hours are subject to change based on class schedules and facility needs. Please check our mobile app or website for the most up-to-date schedules. CONTACT Malaika Brown, Director of Family Engagement & Impact P 425 224 8041 E

Mondays and Fridays

10:45 am-12:15 pm

Spring Session: March 3-June 16 (No classes April 3-7, May 15-19, and May 29) Registration is open! Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Community Member Fee:

$225 per session $250 per session $300 per session

Y WRITERS Ages 7-11 Calling all writers to join us for a fun time with the written word. No experience necessary, writers of all levels are welcome. This will be a non-pressure class that promises to be fun and creative. Each week a new topic will be introduced and at the end of the workshop you will get to take home a portfolio of your work! Tuesdays

6-7 pm

Spring Session: March 7-May 30 (No classes April 4 and May 16) Registration is open! Facility Member Fee: $100 per session Program Member Fee: $125 per session Community Member Fee: $150 per session



EDUCATION & LEADERSHIP ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT (CONT.) HOMESCHOOL Ages 5-14 Take a break and let us provide enrichment activities and physical education for your homeschooler. This is a great opportunity for you to drop off your kids for structured instructional time. We have three programs available, sign up for one or all! Receive discounted pricing when you sign up for all three programs. Pick up a flyer for class descriptions and details.

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Special pricing when registering for all three programs: Facility Member Fee: $130 Program Member Fee: $170 RECESS Mondays

12:30-1:25 pm

Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: GYM & ART Tuesdays

$15 $25

12:30-2:30 pm

Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

$40 $55

SWIM & GYM Thursdays 12:30-2:30 pm Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

$90 $120


April 4

9 am-3 pm

Registration: February 20-March 31

Spring Session: April 10-June 22 (No classes May 15-18 and May 29) Facility Member Registration Opens: Program Member Registration Opens:

BABYSITTING BASICS Ages 9-18 This child and babysitting class will help any youth getting started with babysitting or if they are about to start staying home alone. Youth will learn leadership skills like setting boundaries and conflict resolutions, basic care giving skills, play time ideas, safety and injury prevention plus basic First Aid. This course is taught by a certified First Aid/CPR instructor of the American Safety & Health Institute. All participants will leave with a certificate of completion.

Facility Member Fee: $40 Program Member Fee: $50 Community Member Fee: $60

ARTS & HUMANITIES CREATIVE & CRAFTY SEWING CLASS Ages 8+ This class is for kids and adults that like to craft and enjoy sewing. Ms. Eileen leads weekly projects to keep the class interested and leaves room for each participant to add their own touch to each project. This class offers opportunity for those with and without sewing machine experience. If you have your own sewing machine you are encouraged to bring it with you. Thursdays (No class May 18)

April 13-June 8

4-5:30 pm

Registration Opens: February 20 Facility Member Fee: $50 Program Member Fee: $75 Community Member Fee: $100

SKIP THE LINE! Register online from the comfort of your own home at Have questions or need extra help getting signed up for classes? Our Welcome Center staff are happy to help you over the phone or in-person. 425 337 0123 9


EDUCATION & LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT MY ACHIEVERS PROGRAM (MAP) Grades 6-8 Learn about yourself and those around you in MAP. This program offers leadership opportunities, encourages students to achieve higher education, and career goals. Using a social justice curriculum, students engage in meaningful conversations about culture, identity, social responsibility, and more. Currently running at Eisenhower Middle School. New students always welcome with completed registration form, available from the school office. Cost: Free to Eisenhower students YOUTH AND GOVERNMENT (YAG) Grades 8-12 Engage in community service through civics! Participants discuss current events and issues important to them and our community while working on public speaking, leadership, and social skills. Weekly meetings prepare youth for a four-day mock legislative session in Olympia in early May. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON YOUTH AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS PLEASE CONTACT: Nolan Martin, Youth and Teen Program Coordinator P 425 357 3034 E


PLAY TIME Ages 16 months-6 with Parent or Guardian This is a great add-on to our Preschool Building Blocks (see page 8). Join us in the gym Wednesdays and burn some energy off with your little ones. Our instructor encourages fun games and will bring toys out for the children to play with. Parents/Guardians must stay in the gym during this hour of supervised free play. Wednesdays

Through June 14

Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

10:45-11:45 am

Free Youth Day Pass or Guest Pass

TWEEN & TEEN NIGHT AT THE Y 4th & 5th Grade Fun Night Grades 4-5 Come enjoy a night of fun designed just for you. Take a dip in the pool and then participate in exciting activities that are guaranteed to get your heart pumping and creativity flowing. 6, 7, 8 Late Night Grades 6-8 The sequel to 4th & 5th Grade Fun night! Participate in fun activities designed for you and focus on relationships, teamwork, and leadership. Activities change monthly so don’t miss out! First Saturday of the Month

7-10 pm

Upcoming Dates & Themes: March 4 Minute to Win It April 1 Spring Break Bust May 6 The Force Cost:

$5 cash at door, open to everyone!

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER (YDC) Ages 8+ Bring your friends and make new ones in the place where youth love to hang. Loaded with activities like ping pong, foosball, computers, board games, Wii, and an Xbox Kinect, there is always something to do in the YDC! A staff member is always on hand to supervise, play a game or help with homework. Monday-Thursday 3-8:15 pm Fridays 2-6 pm Saturdays & Sundays Closed* *Available for Family Time and Birthday Parties, see page 17 for details. Half Days* YDC will open at 12:30 pm Non School Days 8:30 am-1:30 pm & 3:30-8:15 pm** *Everett and Snohomish School Districts **Except for Fridays when the YDC will always close at 6 pm Note: Hours are subject to change based on class schedules and facility needs. Please check our mobile app or website for the most up-to-date schedules.



SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY DATE NIGHT Ages 6 weeks-10 Date Night offers you time to yourself while your children hang out with us at the Y. Every Date Night we serve cheese pizza with a side, play all kinds of games, and have lots of fun with our friends. Children ages 6 weeks-3 yrs old, not toilet trained, will be in Child Watch (where dinner is not provided, but fish crackers are served as a snack option). First Friday of the Month

6-9 pm

Upcoming Dates & Themes: March 3 Leprechauns Gold April 7 Rain Showers May 5 Dinosaur Dance Party Registration Opens:

February 20

Facility Member Fee: $18 per child Program Member Fee: $25 per child Community Member Fee: $35 per child KIDS NIGHT OUT Ages 4-10 It’s a night out for you and your kids! Enjoy a worry-free evening out while your kids have a blast playing games, doing crafts, exploring new things, and we’ll even provide a healthy dinner. Every month has a theme to get excited about, your kids, and you, will have a great night! Third Saturday of the Month

5:30-10:30 pm

Upcoming Dates & Themes: March 18 On a Safari April 15 At the Drive In May 13 In Space Registration Opens:

February 20

Facility Member Fee: $30 per child Program Member Fee: $35 per child Community Member Fee: $40 per child

SPEND YOUR SPRING BREAK WITH US! SPRING BREAK MINI CAMPS Grades 3-6 Summer is on the horizon! Get excited for the sites, sounds, and activities of summer with our Spring Break Mini Camps. Each day includes activities, games, learning, and of course fun! Monday-Thursday April 3-6 9:30 am-1:30 pm Complimentary Extended Care: 8:30-9:30 am in the YDC Daily Themes April 3 LEGO® Build Challenge April 4 Kid Friendly Cooking April 5 Sticky Science April 6 Art Sensation Registration Opens: February 15 Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Community Member Fee:

$30 per day $35 per day $40 per day

AFTER MINI CAMPS JOIN US FOR SOME FUN IN THE GYM FOR GAME TIME! GAME TIME! Ages 7-12 Want to get your kids active? Do your kids like PE? Then this free program will be perfect as we will be playing typical PE and large group games with your kids! Monday-Thursday

April 3-6

1:30-3:30 pm

Registration Opens: March 13 Facility Member Fee:


SUMMER CAMP IS COMING! For us camp never ends, we’ve planned new adventures so sign up with a friend! New this year we have early bird registration online beginning February 15. Our in-branch registration will begin on March 15. In addition we are now hiring for camp counselor positions. Love kids and looking for a summer job? Check out our job postings online at!

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SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY YOUTH SPORTS KARATE Ages 7-14 Learn self-confidence, self-defense, safety awareness, self-discipline, and respect - all while having fun! Each session ends with a parent demonstration, belt testing, and awards presentation. Additional cost for uniform and testing, both are optional. Wednesdays April 12-June 28 (No class on May 17) Beginner (new white belt) Intermediate (returning white-blue belt) Advanced (purple belt and above)

5-5:45 pm 5:50-6:40 pm 6:50-7:50 pm

JUMPIN’ BEANS Ages 3-5 Our pre-dance class will introduce your child to basic gymnastics and dance movements. Your child will develop body awareness, and the class will promote muscle and large motor skill development, all in a structured and fun environment. 4-4:45 pm

Facility Member Fee: $40 Registration: March 13-April 17 Program Member Fee: $65 Registration: March 20-April 17 TUMBLING Ages 5-10 No prior tumbling experience is required. Tumblers will learn the proper beginning techniques and execution of many gymnastics and dance moves including cartwheels, forward and backward rolls, handstands, bridges, and so much more! Mondays April 10-June 19 (No classes May 15 and 29)

Saturdays April 8-June 17 (No class on May 20)

Final Recital: June 23

TINY POINTERS Ages 3-5 9-9:30 am or 9:30-10 am (Sign up for either class time)

Facility Member Fee: $45 Registration: March 24-April 13 Program Member Fee: $70 Registration: March 31-April 13

Mondays April 10-June 19 (No classes May 15 and 29)

BALLET Ages 3-9 This class is taught through the expression of age-appropriate classical and current dance music. Have fun while developing dance poise, technique, and vocabulary. Students will learn short dances with a culminating performance for family and friends on June 23!

BALLET I 10:05-10:45 am

Ages 5-6

BALLET II 10:45-11:30 am

Ages 7-9

Facility Member Fee: $55 Registration: March 17-April 15 Program Member Fee: $90 Registration: March 24-April 15 HIP HOP DANCE Ages 6-16 Come let loose with today’s music while building stamina and coordination. Students will learn a variety of movements, body part isolations, control, rhythm and combination creation in this fun, upbeat class. Dress comfortably, non-marking soled sneakers only.



March 18-May 13

Ages 6-10 Ages 11-16

11:45 am-12:30 pm 12:30-1:30 pm


February 1-March 12

Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

$50 $60

4-4:45 pm

Facility Member Fee: $40 Registration: March 13-April 17 Program Member Fee: $65 Registration: March 20-April 17



SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY SPORTS LEAGUES The Y is the starting point for many youth to learn about becoming and staying active, and developing healthy habits they’ll carry with them throughout their lives. Plus, the benefits are far greater than just physical health. Whether it’s gaining the confidence that comes from learning a new skill or building the positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork, participating in sports at the Y is about building the whole child, from the inside out. The YMCA approach to Youth Sports is different from many leagues. We focus on the four YMCA core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. Every child gets equal playing time and we encourage fair play, positive competition, and family involvement. Our goal is to enable each player to excel in that other game we’re all familiar with: the game of life. All sports and divisions are co-ed. SPRING YOUTH BASKETBALL Grades K-6 The YMCA offers an instructional spring basketball program that emphasizes fundamental skills such as passing, dribbling, defense and participation. The YMCA Spring Basketball League is designed to be an opportunity for boys and girls to continue their growth, abilities, and skills development in the game of basketball. The season has eight weeknight practices and Saturday games. Season: March 20-May 20 (No games April 29) Registration Closes: March 1 Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Jersey Fee:

$80 $100 $10 if needed

SPRING OUTDOOR SOCCER Ages 3-9 BE GOAL ORIENTED! Youth soccer is an exciting sport combining team play and individual skills. YMCA youth soccer promises no try outs, no getting cut and no bench warmers! Every child plays at least half of every game while making friends and learning new techniques. Equipment, field size, and player number are age specific to increase involvement and touches on the soccer ball. Participants will improve basic soccer skills, learn good sportsmanship and have fun! The season has eight weeknight practices and six Saturday games. Season: April 17-June 10 (No games May 27 and no practices May 29) Registration:

February 4-March 26

Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Jersey Fee:

SPRING FLAG FOOTBALL Ages 6-12 Enjoy Friday Night Lights with friends in our YMCA Flag Football League program. The focus is on skill development, sportsmanship, and fun, so everyone plays. Practices are developed to meet the needs of each group. The first three weeks are devoted to practice and the last five weeks to playing games. The games and practice times will be determined based on the number of participants. Mouth guards are required to play and participants are given their own jersey to keep. Teams are led by volunteer youth sports coaches and have a practice/ game each Friday night throughout the season. Season:

April 24-June 16


February 11-April 2

Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: (Jersey included in cost)

$50 $60

YMCA SUMMERBALL: T-BALL & COACH PITCH Ages 3-6 Season: June 12-August 5 Registration Opens: April 10 Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

$90 $110

$80 $100 $10 if needed

End of Season Awards included with each league and all leagues are coached by volunteers; if you are interested in coaching one of our teams let us know! 425 337 0123 13


SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY YOUTH SWIM LESSONS GROUP LESSONS Group swim lessons are available for everyone 6 months and older. Pick up a swim lesson schedule for specific class information and times. SPRING I SESSION Refer to our Swim Lesson Flow Chart, available at the Welcome Center or online, for information on how to place your child. All lessons are 30 minutes long and offered once a week. Sa, M, Tu, W & Th Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Sunday (No lessons April 16) Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

March 4-April 27

(8 lessons)

$48 $75.20 March 5-April 23

SPRING II SESSION New in Spring II - Class names and placement information will be changing. Get more information from the Welcome Center or online as it gets closer to registration to learn how to place your child. All lessons are 35 minutes long and offered once a week. Sa, Su, Tu, W & Th (No lessons May 16-21) Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Monday (No lessons May 15 and 29) Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

(7 lessons)

$42 $65.80

April 29-June 22

(7 lessons)

$42 $65.80 May 1-June 19

(6 lessons)

$36 $56.40

Facility Member Registration Opens: April 8 Program Member Registration Opens: April 15

Facility Member Registration Opens: February 11 Program Member Registration Opens: February 18

WHERE DID ALL THE FISH GO? CHANGES TO Y SWIM LESSONS As “America’s Swim Instructor,” the Y has been teaching kids how to be safe around water for decades. Beginning with our Spring II session, we’ll be making some changes to our swim lesson structure to simplify and more accurately describe skill levels.

WHAT IS DIFFERENT? We’re making two key changes to swim lessons: Name changes: Lesson names are changing to stages that better reflect the skills learned, and we’re moving away from the identifying fish levels. Visit your local Y for more information and a detailed guide on which stage is appropriate for your children. When registering for upcoming sessions, these changes will be reflected both on the website and if signing up at your local branch. Curriculum changes: We’re also changing the curriculum to better serve different learning styles of our youth participants. We’ve simplified the structure by focusing on benchmark skills and goals in each stage. Students progress from fundamentals to stroke technique over six distinct stages. Swimming lessons are essential for kids to become safe around water, and learn to set and achieve goals. We’re looking forward to launching this new swim lesson structure and helping many more young people build swimming confidence.



SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY YOUTH SWIM LESSONS (CONT.) PRIVATE AND SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS Ages 3+ Private Lessons are taught on a one-on-one basis tailored to fit your individual needs or goals. Semi-Private Lessons can be used to teach multiple individuals of a similar skill level at the same time. We do not guarantee that we can fill all private lesson requests. Requests may take 4-12 weeks to fill. Students who are unable to participate in group lessons due to special needs that make a group environment unsafe are given priority. Each participant will receive four 30-minute lessons. PRIVATE LESSONS Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

$110 $195


Afternoon & Evening Lessons

Facility Member Fee: Free

SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS Facility Member Fee: $80 per person Program Member Fee: $140 per person


PRE-COMPETITIVE SWIMMING Ages 8-14 This instructional and fitness based swim program develops health, swimming skills, and overall fitness. Instruction consists of the fundamentals of competitive swimming, including stroke mechanics and turns. Students will increase endurance and strength in an enjoyable and confidence building environment. Pre-Requisites: Participants must be able to front crawl for 50 yards and back crawl for 25 yards.

DEVELOPMENTAL SWIM TEAM - MILL CREEK BARRACUDAS Ages 6-18 The swim team offers youth the opportunity to learn about swimming as a sport while having fun. We encourage sportsmanship as well as competition. Coaching includes the YMCA values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility while working on endurance training a and stroke techniques. Requirements to be on the swim team are:

 Able to swim at least 50 yards legally of three of the four competitive strokes

SPRING SESSION I Saturdays Tuesdays Thursdays

SCOOTERS Ages 3+ Do you want to get in a workout while your child participates in swim lessons but 30 minutes is just not enough? Scooters allows you to workout while your child plays and we’ll be sure to get them to their swim lessons. More time for you, supervised fun and skills for them! All children must be fully potty trained and have their swimsuit on under the clothes to participate. Just follow these simple steps:  Check your child into Adventure Zone at least 30 minutes before their lessons but no more than 90 minutes  Let the staff know your child has lessons and at what time  Our Aquatic Staff will get them and escort them to their lessons  Pick up your child at the Pool at the end of their lessons

March 4-April 22 March 7-April 25 March 9-April 27

Facility Member Fee: Registration Opens: Program Member Fee: Registration Opens:

12:25-1:10 pm 6:45-7:30 pm 6:45-7:30 pm

$66 February 11 $110 February 18

Facility Member Fee: Registration Opens: Program Member Fee: Registration Opens:

$57.75 April 8 $96.25 April 15

Tryouts are on Mondays and Wednesdays. You must arrive by 7:20 pm to check-in. Group placement will be determined at tryout. Stop by the Welcome Center to pick up a brochure for more details. STARTERS Thursdays

SPRING SESSION II Saturdays April 29-June 10 Tuesdays May 2-June 13 Thursdays May 4-June 15 (No lessons May 16-21)

 At Fish swim lesson level or higher  Able to participate in a tryout

12:25-1:10 pm 6:45-7:30 pm 6:45-7:30 pm

Ages 6-16

Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

7:30-8:20 pm $33 per month $55 per month

GROUP ONE Ages 6-18 Mondays and Wednesdays Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

$65 per month $110 per month

GROUP TWO Ages 6-18 Mondays and Wednesdays and Saturdays Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

5:30-6:20 pm

6:20-7:30 pm 9-10 am

$90 per month $148 per month

CONTACT Robert Wagner, Head Coach P 425 224 8037 E

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SPRING AT A GLANCE WHAT CAN YOUR CHILD DO AT THE MILL CREEK YMCA THIS SPRING? These branch based activities are free to Facility Members. Room schedules are located in the lobby. AGES PG # 8 8 18 25 10 25 10 23

PROGRAM Adventure Zone Child Watch Karate w/ Adults Open Gym Basketball Play Time Volleyball Youth Development Center Zumba® Kids

6 6 weeks mths. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

These programs require pre-registration and/or a fee. AGES 6 6 weeks mths. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 10 4th & 5th Grade Fun Night • • • 10 6, 7, 8, Late Night • • • • 25 Adult Basketball League • 9 Babysitting Basics • • • • • • • • 12 Ballet • • • • • • • 9 Creative & Crafty Sewing Class • • • • • • • • • 11 Date Night • • • • • • • • • • • • 6 Early Child Care at Heatherwood* • • • • • • • 13 Flag Football (Spring) • • • • • • • 11 Game Time! • • • • • • 12 Hip Hop Dance • • • • • • • • • • • 9 Homeschool • • • • • • • • • • 12 Jumpin’ Beans • • • 12 Karate • • • • • • • • 11 Kids Night Out • • • • • • • 10 My Achiever’s Program* • • • • 13 Outdoor Soccer (Spring) • • • • • • • 19 Personal Dance Instruction • • • • • • • • • • 15 Pre-Competitive Swimming • • • • • • • 8 Preschool Building Blocks • • • 6 School Age Child Care* • • • • • • • 11 Spring Break Mini Camps • • • • • • • 13 Summerball: T-Ball & Coach Pitch • • • • 14 Swim Lessons • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 15 Swim Team • • • • • • • • • • • 24 Teen Strength Orientation • • 12 Tumbling • • • • • • 8 Y Writers • • • • • 10 Youth and Government • • • • 13 Youth Basketball (Spring) • • • • • • • •

PG #


17 18

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*These programs are off-site without transportation to/from the Mill Creek YMCA. Please refer to our Facility Youth Guidelines on page 5 for when/where youth can be in the facility without a parent/guardian. SPRING 2017 | MILL CREEK FAMILY YMCA


HEALTHY LIVING Achieving and maintaining wellness is a task that’s never finished. That’s why a healthy lifestyle is so important. We’re here to help you regardless of your starting point with a variety of classes and supports to keep you healthy in spirit, mind and body! FAMILY TIME

Easter Egg Splash Saturday, April 15

The Easter Bunny went swimming and dropped all his eggs in the pool! Help us collect the eggs and return them to the Easter Bunny in exchange for a fun prize! Session One 2:45-3:10 pm Ages 7-12 Session Two 3:15-3:40 pm Ages 7 and under* (These participants must have a parent in the pool with them) Registration:

FAMILY TIME IN THE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER All Ages On Saturday and Sunday the Youth Development Center is available for families! Parents (or chaperones over 18 years old) can ask staff at the Welcome Center to unlock the YDC to utilize games and art supplies for family time. Parents or chaperones must remain in the YDC. Note: The YDC will be closed for Family Time for any scheduled birthday parties so please inquire before coming.

March 1-April 15

Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:


$6 $12


Cost: Free and open to the community FAMILY NIGHT - ROLLERSKATING All Ages Roll into Spring Break at the Y! Bring your roller skates, rollerblades and friends to our gym for a “wheely” fun night! (Please no scooters.) Friday

March 31

6-8 pm

Cost: Free and open to the community!


FAMILIES GROWING VEGGIES TOGETHER All Ages, with an adult participant

Hey kids, do you like to play with your food, dig in the dirt, make crafts, and listen to fun stories? If you said yes, then we invite you plus an adult in your life to join us for a fun family class. Each week you’ll meet as a group with our program leader and then families will alternate days sharing garden responsibilities plus get to pick fresh produce to take home with you. Tuesdays

April 11-September 12

4:30-5:30 pm

Registration Opens: February 20 Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Community Member Fee:

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$50 per family $75 per family $100 per family




HAIR 101 Ages 4+ with and an adult participant Get a Hair 101 tutorial! Learn the basics on medium and long hair maintenance, braiding, ponytails, and buns. Moms, Dads, tweens and teens are all welcome to this education and fun class! Bring a friend, this class works best if you are in a group of 2-3 people. You’ll also want to bring your personal brush and a comb, all other supplies will be provided.

ACTIVE OLDER ADULT/SENIOR CLASSES Here at the Y, we offer lots of ways for active older adults and seniors to increase their range of motion, muscular strength, and balance. Whether it’s a senior conditioning class in the gym or in the pool, dancing to a Latin beat, lifting weights or stretching in yoga, it’s all fun and tailored specifically for you! Please refer to our Class Schedule for class times and descriptions.



May 27

10 am-Noon

Registration: April 3-May 19 Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Community Member Fee:

$10 per family $15 per family $20 per family

BIRTHDAY PARTIES All Ages Celebrate your birthday at the Y! All you need to do is bring the cake and your camera, we’ll take care of the rest, including clean-up.  Splash, Pool Party - For all ages. Swim for one hour, followed by one hour in a decorated club room. If children do not pass the swim or height test, one adult per two children must be in the pool. Please check our pool schedule for slide times and rules.  Adventure Zone Party - For ages 3-7. Play for one hour in the Adventure Zone then get one hour in a decorated club room to celebrate the birthday child.  Tween Party - For ages 8 and older. You will have a decorated Youth Development Center to yourselves for two hours. There will be board games, a climbing wall, X-box, Kinect, foosball, and ping pong available for your use.

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Aqua Yoga  SilverSneakers® Splash Aqua Zumba®  SilverSneakers® Yoga Fit Forever  Zumba® Gold SilverSneakers® Circuit SilverSneakers® Classic Also check out our Silver Steppers dance group on page 26. ADULT KARATE/SELF-DEFENSE Ages 14+ This dynamic martial arts based class focuses on all aspects of traditional Shorin-Ryu Karate, taught by a certified black belt instructor. Self-defense will focus on real life application. Uniforms are not required. Mondays 7:30-9 pm Wednesdays 8-9:30 pm This is a FREE class for Facility Members only

Parties are held on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Times vary so please call for availability and a party contract. Facility Member Fee: $200 Program Member Fee: $250 Community Member Fee: $275 Cost is for up to 15 children. We will provide the table covering, napkins, plates, cups, tableware, and balloons.

GUIDED MEDITATION SERIES Ages 12+ Did the business of the holidays stress you out. Trying to get caught up on life? Come try this four-week series of 30-minute guided meditations led by Tracie Jansen. Imagine navigating through Spring with a heightened sense of peace and centeredness. Give mediation a try, what do you have to lose besides your stress? Wednesdays

March 22-April 12

Facility Member Fee: Registration: March 1-April 5 Program & Community Member Fee: Registration: March 8-April 5


12:15-12:45 pm

$12 $18




PERSONAL DANCE INSTRUCTION Ages 7+ Focus on your areas of interest, and get individual attention from our expert dance instructor. You will receive four 50-minute sessions of training with Miss Ashely and can invite up to three members to share the experience with you. This is only available to Facility Members.

LIVESTRONG速 AT THE YMCA Ages 18+ LIVESTRONG速 at the YMCA is a small-group program developed and established in partnership with the LIVESTRONG速 Foundation, to assist those whole are living with, through or beyond cancer to strengthen their spirit, mind, and body.

YOUTH Ages 7-17 One Person: Two People: Three People: Four People:

Primary goals of the program include increased strength, cardio vascular endurance, and flexibility while improving energy levels, which will enhance functional ability to do everyday tasks. Recent research from the Yale Cancer Center and Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Institute confirmed that LIVESTRONG速 at the YMCA participants experience improved fitness and quality of life as well as significant decreases in cancer-related fatigue.

ADULTS Ages 18+ One Person: Two People: Three People: Four People:

$120 $160 $200 $235

12 Week Program with two 90-minute sessions per week $120 $160 $200 $240

LOSE TO WIN! Ages 18+

Receive expert coaching, continuous support, and a full facility YMCA membership. Participating in Lose to Win is a great way to learn sustainable ways to eat healthier, move more and lose weight. There are no gimmicks and no restrictive approaches, just the tools you need to make the necessary changes in your lifestyle to achieve your weight loss goals.

Cost: This program is FREE for all participants Space is limited! For more information and to enroll: Lynnette Monpas P 360 805 1879 E ACT! (ACTIVELY CHANGING TOGETHER) Ages 8-14 with Families ACT, is a nutrition, activity, and self-improvement program for youth ages 8-11 and teens ages 12-14 and their parents. This is a community-based program for youth who are overweight or at risk of becoming overweight. A YMCA health & Well-Being Team teaches fun ways to be active, eat well, and create healthy lifestyles for the whole family. To be involved in ACT!, one adult family member or guardian must participate and child must be referred by a health care provider.

This year-long program includes: 12 weeks | 1 session per week 9 month follow-up | 1 session per month

12 Week Program with one 90-minute class per week

Facility Member Fee: $149 Program & Community Member Fee: $299 Earn a $50 refund if you attend 10 of the 12 weekly sessions

Space is limited! For more information and to enroll: Lynnette Monpas P 360 805 1879 E

Cost: This program is FREE for all participants

This program is a $665 value! Space is limited! Register an any branch Welcome Center. For more information please contact: Lynnette Monpas P 360 805 1879 E

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GO THE EXTRA MILE 4th Annual Pedaling for Parkinson’s Pedalathon MILL CREEK, MARYSVILLE & EVERETT YMCA Please join us for 4th Annual Pedaling for Parkinson’s Pedalathon, and our first countywide movement to help raise awareness and dollars. Proceeds raised from this event support the Annual Campaign for the Mill Creek, Marysville, and Everett YMCAs and are designated to our Pedaling for Parkinson’s program. Pedaling a bicycle has changed the lives for many people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Research conducted at the Cleveland Clinic showed an average of 35% reduction of symptoms by the simple act of pedaling a bicycle at a rapid pace, optimally 80-90 revolutions per minute.   

Create your own team of 4-6 people Ride a total of 7 hours Prize for Team with most accumulated mileage at each location!

New - The Y with the most accumulated miles wins the coveted Team Cup to proudly display at the winning Y location! WHEN:

Saturday, April 22 9 am-4 pm

LOCATION: Mill Creek: Multi Purpose Room Marysville: Cycle Studio Everett: Cycling Studio COST:

$30 per person (+ individual donations)


MILL CREEK: Brook Mitchell P 425 357 3033 E MARYSVILLE: Carol Bailey P 360 651 1605 E EVERETT: Gael Gebow P 425 374 5703 E



HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS HEALTHY LIFESTYLES (CONT.) PEDALING FOR PARKINSON’S Ages 18+ Pedaling a bicycle may change the life of someone with Parkinson’s disease. Research conducted at the Cleveland Clinic showed a 35% reduction in symptoms by the simple act of pedaling a bicycle at a rapid pace, optimally, 80-90 revolutions per minute. We do know that fast-paced cycling is changing the lives of increasing numbers of participants who, had no hope beyond medication and eventually surgery, to slow the progression of their disease. Group Cycle: Group Meeting:

Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays Wednesdays

9-10 am 10-11 am

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? In order to qualify for the program, you must be at least 18 years old, overweight (BMI ≥ 25)* and at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes indicated by a confirmatory blood value†, prediabetes determined by clinical diagnosis of Gestational Diabetes (GDM) during previous pregnancy, or a qualifying risk score (see brochure or website for more details). *Asian individual(s) BMI ≥ 22 †Individuals who have already been diagnosed with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes do not qualify for this program. TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY, AND TO ENROLL, CONTACT: Andrea Weiler Monpas P 360 453 2190 E

Session One: February 20-May 12 Registration: February 13-May 5 Session Two: May 22-August 14 Registration: May 8-August 7 Cost: This program is FREE for all participants Space is limited! For more information and to enroll: Brook Mitchell, Health & Well-Being Coordinator P 425 357 3033 E DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM Ages 18+ If you are at high risk for type 2 diabetes, the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program can help you adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles that will help you reduce your chances of developing diabetes. The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program helps those at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles by eating healthier, increasing physical activity and losing a modest amount of weight in order to reduce their chances of developing the disease. Research by the National Institutes of health has proven that programs like the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program can reduce the number of cases of type 2 diabetes by 58%. DETAILS In a classroom setting, a trained lifestyle coach will facilitate a small group of participants in learning about healthier eating, physical activity, and other behavior changes. The year-long program consists of 25 sessions over the course of one year. Program goals are:  Reduce body weight by 7%  Increase physical activity to 150 minutes per week

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GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES FACILITY MEMBER GROUP CLASSES These classes are free to Facility Members and those with a day pass. You are welcome to drop in to any of these classes, no registration required! Pick up a class schedule for class times and instructors. ADULT KARATE Learn self-defense focused on real life applications. This dynamic class is open to all fitness levels and beginners are welcome too. AQUA DANCE FUSION A fusion of Latin and international music dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting effective pool party! The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. This class utilizes the principles of fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning, and total body toning. It is the perfect blend of body sculpting movements and easy to follow dance steps. AQUA YOGA Blend the benefits of aquatic exercise with the beauty and flow of yoga technique. AQUA ZUMBA® Jump into the Latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, calorie burning, dance fitness party that makes working out a splash!. BARRE Where ballet meets Pilates and Yoga. Barre focuses on a unique combination of dynamic movement and isometric holds, in sequences to strategically transform the body and develop long term postural benefits. CARDIO/CORE A combination of cardio fitness drills with a core focus. CIRCUIT TRAINING Provides a total body workout that includes resistance and cardiovascular training by using a variety of exercise methods and equipment. CORE FUSION This intensely focused sculpt routine targets the abs and other core muscles to strengthen, tighten, and chisel. FIT FOREVER Energetic class for active older adults and younger beginning exercisers; a variety of physical activities including low impact aerobics, strength training, dance, and circuit training.

GROUP CYCLE An interval training style workout using a stationary bike. Cycle is a non-impact alternative to other weight bearing activities. Also offered: Cycle/Circuit, Cycle/Core, and Cycle/Strength; a circuit, core or strength workout to complete your hour. HIIT High intensity interval training, this class alternates periods of short intense anaerobic exercise with less-intense recovery periods. These short, intense workouts provide improved athletic capacity and conditioning. HOLY YOGA A Christian yoga experience that embraces the essential elements of yoga: breath work, meditation, and physical postures. All levels are welcome to this yoga flow accompanied by inspiring music.. INTERVAL TRAINING Designed to provide high/low intensity levels by mixing cardiovascular peaks with muscular strength and endurance conditioning. (This applies to any class where the instructor uses many methods that change often.) KICKBOXING A combination of aerobics and martial art training. Learn basic martial arts and shadowboxing moves. Gloves are recommended but not required. Also available is Kickboxing Circuit that combines aerobics, boxing, and martial art training in a circuit format. MIXXEDFIT® A people-inspired dance fitness program that is a mix of explosive dancing and boot camp toning. Everything about our dance fitness program can be described as explosive - all of our movement are always big, exaggerated, and fun! PILATES Improve strength and flexibility through exercises that enhance your posture and core strength. Exercises are conducted from the floor. PIYO Who says you have to jump, grunt, strain, and punish your body to get amazing results from your workout? Not with PiYo… PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of yoga. And, we crank up the speed to deliver a true fat-burning, low-impact workout that leaves your body looking long, lean, and incredibly defines. SHALLOW WATER This class is designed for all levels of fitness and includes warm-up, endurance, toning, and stretching.

FUNCTIONAL FITNESS This class is designed to improve balance, movement, strength, and stamina for daily lives. We will use a combination of weights and bands to learn how to move pain free while getting stronger.



GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES SILVERSNEAKERS® CIRCUIT Fitness that increases your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power. Upper body strength work with various equipment is alternated with non-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is available for support. SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC Move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance, and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support. SILVERSNEAKERS® SPLASH Lots of fun and shallow water moves improve agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. No swimming ability is required, and a special SilverSneakers® kickboard develops strength, balance and coordination. SILVERSNEAKERS® YOGA Move your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises and a final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity. STRENGTH TRAIN TOGETHER Improve strength with a total body workout using heavier weight options to maximize the benefit of strength conditioning. This class will certainly get your blood pumping and the muscles flexing. STRONG BY ZUMBA™ Music-led interval training! Strong by Zumba™ melds strong, upbeat rhythms with powerful, high intensity cardio and strength conditioning. Think progressive overload, plyometric, core, and functional training using your won body weight. In every class, music and moves sync in a way that pushes you past your perceived limits to ready your fitness goals faster!

TODDLER PARENT WORKOUT Bring your little one with you to play, have fun and get active together. Expect to bond while getting stronger! TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING A class that is specifically targeted for those wishing to improve strength with a total body workout using heavier weight options to maximize the benefit of strength conditioning. This class will certainly get your blood pumping and the muscles flexing. TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING EXPRESS These classes are designed to provide total fitness and overall toning through working every major muscle group in one 30-minute workout. TRX TRX training to improve total body conditioning. This class is limited to 12 participants, so it is first come first served. U-JAM U-Jam Fitness® takes you around the world from Bollywood to HipHop with an athletic cardio dance workout designed to burn calories, tone your body, and leave you begging for more! YOGA Incorporate static and dynamic flexibility movements using postures and positions to increase flexibility, reduce stress and improve strength and posture. All classes end with a five minute restorative relaxations period. We offer the following Yoga formats: Yoga Basics, Yoga Flow, Slow Flow, Hatha, and Power Vinyasa Flow. Pick up a class schedule for detailed descriptions. YOGA/PILATES FUSION A combination of the core strengthening of Pilates and flexibility of Yoga in one class. ZUMBA® Ditch the workout and join the party - exercise has never been so fun! Zumba® is a fusion of Latin and International music combined with a heart-pumping cardio workout. By mixing low intensity and high intensity moves, this workout is an interval style, calorie burning, dance fitness party for any fitness level! We offer the following Zumba® formats: Zubma® Gold, Zumba® Kids, and Zumba® Toning. Pick up a class scheduled for detailed descriptions

COMING SOON - RIDE TOGETHER Have you heard of our class, Strength Train Together and how popular it is? Well soon we are going to be offering a similar group exercise formatted into a cycle class called Ride Together! Ride Together is a thrilling cardio workout inspired by outdoor cycling. It is a fantastic way to improve your cardio fitness, burn calories, shape and strengthen your lower body, and have fun while doing it! Since you control the intensity of the workout by adjusting your own bike, it’s a great workout for all ages whether you are just starting out or are an avid cyclist looking to train indoors. It’s also a great option to add-on to your other workouts.

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HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS PERSONAL TRAINING Ages 14+ including Seniors Working with one of our experienced certified personal trainers will give you the confidence and skills to achieve your fitness and wellness goals safely and efficiently. Your personal training sessions are as unique as your individual needs and will include fitness equipment and movements tailored to build your strength, endurance, flexibility and balance. Sign up for your Personal Training session at the Welcome Center. Each session is 45 minutes long and Personal Training is only available to Facility Members.

PERSONAL FITNESS RIGHT START Ages 12+ To help you reach your desired wellness goals, as well as find value in your YMCA membership, we offer three complimentary Right Start appointments. During your one-on-one appointment with our professional coaches, we can help you develop a workout schedule and training plan while offering you accountability and support as you put your plan into action. This service is included in your YMCA membership, make your appointment at the Welcome Center and get started today! MOBILEFITÂŽ Ages 12+ MobileFit is the only app designed to give you constant feedback from your Wellness Coach. Receive custom-designed workouts, video updates with the latest workouts, and personalized motivational tips. Coaches will track your progress and help make modifications in realtime to keep you on track. You can also follow a program designed by your coach or trainer, or even pick from dozens of programs that fit your specific exercise preference or goal. This service is included in your YMCA membership. TEEN STRENGTH ORIENTATION Ages 12-13 This orientation is aimed at our new youth users. Participants will learn proper cardio skills and safe lifting techniques using the strengthening circuit machines. All youth ages 12-13 must have completed the first session of orientation in order to use the circuit machines. Parental release form required. This service is included in your YMCA membership, sign up at the Welcome Center.


ONE SESSION One Person: Two People: Three People:

$50 $75 $100

FOUR SESSIONS One Person: Two People: Three People:

$180 $300 $400

EIGHT SESSIONS One Person: Two People: Three People:

$340 $560 $700

WATER ACTIVITIES WATER FITNESS Water fitness is one of the best non-impact fitness activities around and just about anybody can participate; pregnant women, the elderly, overweight individuals, those with arthritis or recovering from an injury as well as the very active person that would like to add the element of water resistance to their training. Anyone can benefit from the wide variety of aquatic classes available. Check out our current Class Schedule for class times and descriptions. OPEN SWIM Facility Members may come in and have access to the pool during our Open Swim times. SWIM TEST AND WRISTBAND POLICY Children under the age of 12 who do not pass a height test of 54 inches at the armpits are subject to a swim test. Children under the age of 12 must also wear a wristband indicating their swimming ability. FAMILY SWIM Time for families to practice lesson skills with their children or to enjoy a calmer pool environment together. During Family Swim a supervising individual must be in the water with any child under 14 years old. LAP LANES At least one lap lane is open at all times during facility hours. On Sundays from 2:30-5:45 pm as well as Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30 pm lap lanes are only available for members 15 years and older.




ADULT SWIM LESSONS Ages 18+ Adult Beginner Class For those that are new or very uncomfortable in the water. In lessons, the basic strokes will be the main focus, along with basic swimming skills like floating and safety.

ADULT BASKETBALL LEAGUE Ages 16+ Create your own team or sign up as an individual. Our adult basketball leagues play a six-game season with weekly team standings plus a championship tournament. Adult basketball leagues consist of seven to ten players per team. All games are officiated with referees and a scorekeeper and play full court with two 20-minute halves.

Adult Advanced Beginner Class For those that can front craw on their own for 25 feet with their face in the water, lift their head and take a breath, and swim on their back 15 feet unassisted. Pick up a swim lesson schedule for specific class information and times. SPRING I SESSION All lessons are 30 minutes long and offered once a week. Sa, M, Tu, W & Th Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Sunday (No lessons April 16) Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

March 4-April 27


Saturdays March 25-May 13 (No games April 29) Registration:

Times Vary

February 1-March 10

Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Community Member Fee: or Team Fee:

$40 $50 $60 $250

(8 lessons)

$48 $75.20 March 5-April 23

(7 lessons)

$42 $65.80

Facility Member Registration Opens: February 11 Program Member Registration Opens: February 18 SPRING II SESSION New in Spring II - Class names and placement information will be changing. Get more information from the Welcome Center or online as it gets closer to registration to learn which class to register for. All lessons are 35 minutes long and offered once a week. Sa, Su, Tu, W & Th (No lessons May 16-21) Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee: Monday (No lessons May 15 and 29) Facility Member Fee: Program Member Fee:

April 29-June 22

(7 lessons)

$42 $65.80 May 1-June 19 $36 $56.40

Facility Member Registration Opens: April 8 Program Member Registration Opens: April 15

(6 lessons)

BASKETBALL We have designated time in the gym specifically for basketball. Ages 14+ Half Court Play

Tuesdays and Thursdays

8:15-9:45 pm

Full Court Play

Mondays and Fridays

8:30-9:45 pm

Ages 18+ Half or Full Court Play

Tuesdays and Thursdays

5-7 am

VOLLEYBALL Ages 14+ All levels are welcome; beginners or recreational players are on one side of the gym and intermediate, advanced, or competitive players are on the other side. Wednesdays 8:15-9:45 pm

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GROUP INTERESTS LIFE-LONG LEARNING STARTING NEW GROUPS Are you passionate about something and looking to share your passion with others? Please let us know, and we’ll try to help you connect with other members of our community. While we may not be able to accommodate every interest, we’d like to help. If you would like to start a new group interest at our Y let us know. CONTACT Cindy Mascari, Senior Director, Member & Community Engagement P 425 357 3032 E COMMON GROUND COMMUNITY GARDEN Ages 18+ Our Common Ground Community grows produce in a community/ neighborly environment, learning together as we grow and promote healthy habits that nourish our love for gardening. Contact us if you are interested in joining our group, each year we have a few openings. CONTACT Dana Hendricks, Family Programs Coordinator P 425 224 8044 E

Y KNOT Age 18+ Knitting, crocheting, and any craft is a great social activity, and when shared with others who enjoy the same it helps forge a wonderful bond. Bring your own supplies, use our space and have fun with others. In addition, if knitting is something you want to try, we can help show you how to get started. Thursdays

11 am-1 pm

Baker Room

Cost: Free and open to the Community

SENIOR PROGRAMS COFFEE TALK Ages 50+ Come join us for coffee, treats, and conversations. Bring a friend and make some new ones too! First Monday of the Month

10 am

Cascade Room

MAHJONG Seniors, come play a round of Mahjong with us! This game helps to sharpen the memory skills and aids in keeping the mind sharp. No experience necessary, free and open to the Community. Mondays

1 pm

Baker Room

THE Y SILVER STEPPERS Ages 55+ The Silver Steppers dance and perform all styles of music and dances. They have lots of fun, meet new friends, and benefit from exercise. The Silver Steppers perform at various locations such as schools, nursing homes, fairs, and theater stages. Fridays

1:45-3:30 pm

Cost: $20 per month TRIP: TULIPS & TASTING All Adults Welcome Experience the Tulips at Roozengaarde Family Farms. Each fall, the 3 acre show garden is planted with around 300,000 springflowering bulbs, providing a gorgeous display of color. You can roam the picturesque gardens, fields and the gift shop. From there, we’ll journey on to the quaint little town of LaConner for lunch and a little bit of shopping. The fun doesn’t stop there, more fun to be had wine tasting at Pasek Cellars in Conway. This annual trip fills up quickly, don’t miss out on the fun! You’ll have lunch on your own in LaConner. Thursday

March 30

Leave the Y at 9 am

Registration: February 27-March 30 Cost: $30, includes transportation



SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Giving back and supporting our neighbors is part of what makes the Y the Y. We’re a community and we lend a hand where we can. SOCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL SUPPORT Financial assistance keeps the Y available for kids and families who need us most. We count on the generosity of our members and community to help people of all ages and from all walks of life be more healthy, confident, connected, and secure. When you give to the Y, your gift will have a meaningful, enduring impact right in your own neighborhood. The Y’s Financial Assistance Program is supported by contributions to our Annual Campaign and United Way. YOUTH MEMBERSHIP AT REDUCED COST Ages 10+ The Y is for everyone. Youth Memberships at reduced cost are available to teens who are eligible for free or reduced-price lunches at school. Turn in your Youth Membership application with:

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School District letter of eligibility for the free/reduced lunch program, or from a school counselor confirming eligibility. Payment of $17 or $34, based on free or reduced status.

VOLUNTEERISM & GIVING YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY! Across the United States, more than 500,000 business leaders, community advocates, parents, teens, and individuals who want to give back and support their neighbors volunteer at the Y. In 10,000 neighborhoods nationwide, including Snohomish County, we have the presence and partnerships to not just promise, but deliver positive personal and social change. Y volunteers give men, women, and children of all ages and from all walks of life the resources and support they need to be healthy, confident, connected, and secure. Volunteers of the Y:  Lead our Board of Directors and branch committees.  Raise funds to ensure the Y is accessible to all members of the community through our Annual Campaign.  Motivate and support youth through coaching our sports teams and teaching many of our classes.  Make a difference in a child’s future by assisting staff and supporting children in child care and academic enrichment programs.  Extend a hand to help adults who want to do more, be more or live healthier through healthy living programs.  Participate in opportunities to give back and support neighbors through food drives, community events and more!

MILITARY OUTREACH INITIATIVE We understand that military families are under enormous strain. Title 10 personnel are eligible for a Y membership. You and your family can spend quality time together and enjoy fun activities in a warm, supportive environment. Visit for more information. FOOD BANKS We collaborate with the Mill Creek Food Bank to collect food year round, school supplies in the fall, and toys to help with the holidays. We have a collection bin located in the breezeway of our main entrance. BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS We partner with BBBS to provide a donation drop for clothing and our annual toy drive during the holidays. You can find the purple clothes drop box located on the south side of our parking lot.

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBLITY VOLUNTEERISM & GIVING (CONT.) FALL 2016 VOLUNTEER OF THE QUARTER Please join us in congratulating Leann on being our Volunteer of the Quarter! LEANN BURKE Leann has been Secretary for our Senior Advisory Committee since 2013. She keeps the minutes at each monthly meeting, an open action item log of our intentions and she tracks our committee accomplishments. She was also very instrumental in helping to set up and organize our Senior Library at our Senior Resource Center in the lobby. This is a continual responsibility as we take in donations and re-stock the shelves. She is also a part of the Seniors Events Committee, helping to plan events, set-up, decorate, make coffee and infused water, etc. as well as the tear down and clean-up at each event. She’s truly been a tremendously amazing volunteer. She has displayed such a positive and contagious amount of energy, she does everything with a smile and a can-do attitude We could not do what we do without Leann!

OTHER VOLUNTEER HIGHLGHTS We would also like to thank the following for their support: GREGORY GASPARYAN has been assisting with swim lessons every week for the last six months. Gregory comes in every weekend and spends several hours in the pool as a swim aide assisting our instructors with swim lessons.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES If you would like to get involved with volunteering at the Y here are some current volunteer opportunities:

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Aquatics: Master Swim Team Coach Health & Wellness: PT TRX Certified Instructor Welcome Center: Greeting Members, folding towels, light admin tasks, facility sweeps; Must be 16 years or older Date Night: The 1st Friday of every month 5:45-9:15 pm, assist our staff with providing the kids dinner, a craft and play time in the gym. This is a structured evening where the activities are already planned. Volunteers give us an extra set of eyes on the kids. We ask for a 3-month commitment. Jumpin’ Beans: Mondays 3:45-4:45 pm, assist our staff with helping the children through an obstacle course and light tumbling. Tumbling: Mondays 4:45-5:45 pm, assist our staff with helping children through an obstacle course and light tumbling. Adventure Zone Reading Buddy: Read a variety of books to children during Adventure Zone hours, you can set your shift though mornings between 9-100 am work best. Kids Night Out: The 3rd Saturday of every month from 4:30-11 pm where Teen leaders are assigned a specific role and must carry out that role throughout the night. This can include leading a game, craft, or being in charge of dinner. If teens apply to be in the YLD program, they can earn credit to put towards other Y programs. 4th & 5th Grade Fun Night and 6, 7, 8 Late Night: The 1st Saturday of the month 6-10:30 pm, volunteers oversee a group of youth through swimming, snack, gym games, and group challenge initiatives. Swim Aids: come help out our swim instructors during swim lessons. This is a great way to advance your own skills if you are interested in some day being a swim instructor or lifeguard.

Volunteer opportunities and application can be found on our website at - just click on our Social Responsibility link at the top of the page. CONTACT Therese Huri, Volunteer Coordinator P 425 344 2028 E

ALYSSA MANNETTI has been ONE OF OUR LONG TIME Date Night volunteers and is a member of our Board of Directors. Alyssa is working alongside another high school Board Member, Julian Lucas, to create a Youth Advisory Committee. Look for more information on that in the next couple of months. IAN HEUSSER has consistently been at the Y every Saturday for the last year doing crafts with the kids. On Saturdays kids can't wait to see what Ian has in store for them to create. Ian is incredibly crafty and handy and recently helped brainstorm ideas and create some of the displays for the Harvest Festival. Ian is dedicated and reliable and the kids love him.




ACTIVATING PEOPLE FOR GOOD TOGETHERHOOD® The Y’s Togetherhood program connects people from all backgrounds to plan and carry out volunteer projects that address a real need in their community. We are excited to bring Togetherhood, a YUSA program, to our branch. This program links members of the Y to the community to complete a project that benefits the surrounding community. Therese Huri, our Volunteer Coordinator, is currently looking for five to seven committee members of all ages and diversified backgrounds to work alongside her in creating and eventually leading this group of Togetherhood volunteers. If you are looking to get you or your family involved in volunteering, this program is a great way to start. Please contact Therese to become involved. CONTACT Therese Huri, Volunteer Coordinator P 425 344 2028 E

TOGETHER, WE CAN BUILD A BETTER US Every day, the YMCA of Snohomish County gives our community the support it needs to learn, grow, and thrive. From advocacy to food security, disease prevention to athletics, football to dance classes, everything we do helps strengthen our neighborhood and the people who live here. But keeping our neighborhoods great is a full-time job. Every day, our community faces new challenges that create a greater need for the work we do. And we need your help to do it. Your gift can help Snohomish County and everyone in it shine.

2017 ANNUAL CAMPAIGN YOUR GIFT MATTERS. GIVE TODAY Every dollar donated to the YMCA of Snohomish County has a lasting impact on the people of our community. Give today for a better us. You can now donate online. Using your credit card, bank account, or our “bill me later” option, you can make a secure monthly or one-time donation. Contributions are also accepted at the Y via cash or check. DOUBLE YOUR DONATION Many corporations match employee gifts as part of their philanthropic efforts. If you volunteer with us, your employer may also provide us with a grant as a way to recognize your ongoing support. Check our list of matching companies on the next page to see if your employer will match. Don’t see them on there? Check with them to see if they would like to be added to help make your contribution go even further to help make a difference in our community.

For a better you. For a better community. The Y.™ For a better us. Learn more at

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Your employer might match your gift! If you work at one of the community-minded companies listed here, you may be able to DOUBLE or TRIPLE your support of the YMCA of Snohomish County. Some companies even match gifts from retired employees and employees’ spouses. To have your contribution matched, contact your personnel or human resources office for the necessary forms and procedures, and ensure that the Y is eligible to receive the match. If your company doesn’t match your gift, please encourage them to join you as a giving partner in the future! 3M Abbott Laboratories The Ackerley Group Adobe Systems Inc. ADP ADP Canadian-Automatic Data Processing Services LTD AGENA Agilent Technologies Airtouch Alaska Airlines ALCO Standard Alliant Techsystems Allied Signal Corporation Allstate American Express Ameritech Amgen Aon Corporation ARCO Asect Attachmate Corporation Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Bank of America BECU Bellcore Bestfoos Boeing Goodrich MBG Enterainment Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Boullioun Aviation Services Inc. BP Amoco The Bullitt Foundation Bunge Corporation Burlington Northern Santa Fe The Candle Foundation The Capital Group Champion International Inc. ChevronTexaco Chicago Title & Trust Co. Chubb Corporation CIGNA Citibank CNA Coca-Cola Columbia Distributing Comcast Compaq Computer Corp Computer Associates International Community Connection Contractors Bonding & Ins. Co.

Corbis Corp Costco Wholesale CPC International Inc. Del Monte Foods Deluxe Corporation Eaton Corp. EAN Holdings, LLC Eastside Glass Contract Expedia Inc. EAN Holdings, LLC Ecolab Eli Lilly & Co. EMI Music Enron Corp. Enterprise Rent-a-Car Expedia ExxonMobil Farmers Insurance Federated Dept. Stores, Inc. Foss Maritime Co. Frigoscandia Inc. Galileo Canada Distribution Systems Inc. GAP Garnett General Electric General Mills Georgia Pacific Glaxo Smith Kline Glazing Specialists Guidant Harcourt General HB The Herald (Washington Post) Home Depot Honeywell IBM IBM Canada Ikon Office Solutions Immunex Industrial Alliance Pacific Intermec J.P. Morgan & Co., Inc. JC Penney Johnson & Higgins Johnson & Johnson Johnson Controls Kemp National Insurance Co. Key Bank Kimberly Clark K-Mart LaFarge Canada Laird Norton Company Levi Strauss Liberty


Mutual Lucent Technologies Macy’s Matthew G Norton Co Maxwell Morton Assoc. LTD McDonald’s McGraw-Hill Merck Company Merrill Lynch Microsoft Mobil Monsanto Morton International Inc. Moss Adams Motorola Murphy Oil Company LTD Mutual of America Mutual Life Assurance of Canada Nalco Chemical Co. New York Life Insurance Nintendo Nissan Motor Corporation USA Nordstrom Northwest Building Corporation Northwestern Trust Novartis Olin Opus Osmonics Palm PEMCO Pepsico Pfizer Inc. Philip Morris Companies Inc. Pitney Bowes Plum Creek Foundation Polaroid Precor Incorporated Prudential Puget Sound Energy R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company Raleigh Schwarz & Powell Inc. Reader's Digest RealNetworks, Inc. Regence Blue Shield ReliaStar Financial Corp Reuters America Inc. SAFECO Properties, Inc. SAFECO SAP Samuel Strom Enterprises Sedgewick, Inc. Shell Oil Company Shurgard

SmithKline Beacham Southern California Gas Co. Sprint Square D The St. Paul Companies Starbucks Stokes Lawrence, P.S. Sun Life of Canada Sun Microsystems Sundstrand Symetra Financial SymoGenetics System Interface, Inc. Telcordia Technologies Thomas James Incorporated Times Mirror Toyrs “R” Us, Inc. Tyco Union Bank United Technologies Corporation University Volkswagen Audi UPS US Bancorp US Borax Inc. Visio Corporation Wachovia Walker, Richer & Quinn WRQ Washington Dental Services Washington Post Wasser Inc. Washington Post Waste Management Watermark Estate Management Services, LLC Weldwood of Canada Limited Wellington Management Co., LLP Wells Fargo Westin Hotels & Resorts Westinghouse Zevenbergen Capitol Zymogenetics If you do not see your company here, please check with management to see if they have a matching gift program.


YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY The Y is for everyone. Financial assistance is available.













EVERETT FAMILY YMCA 2720 Rockefeller Avenue Everett, WA 98201 P 425 258 9211 MARYSVILLE FAMILY YMCA 6420 60th Drive Marysvillle, WA 98270 P 360 653 9622 MILL CREEK FAMILY YMCA 13723 Puget Park Drive Everett, WA 98208 P 425 337 0123 MONROE/ SKY VALLEY FAMILY YMCA 14033 Fryelands Boulevard Monroe, WA 98272 P 360 805 1879 MUKILTEO FAMILY YMCA 10601 47th Place West Mukilteo, WA 98275 P 425 493 9622 STANWOOD-CAMANO YMCA 7213 267th St. NW Stanwood, WA 98292 360 629 9622 YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY ASSOCIATION OFFICES 2720 Rockefeller Avenue Everett, WA 98201 P 425 258 9211 BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS 10520 19th Ave. SE Everett, WA 98208 P 425 252 2227











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