CHANGING THE ODDS
Week of Giving: Dec. 6 - Dec. 13 at NortheastPlease join the Northeast staff in our effort to help families in need this holiday season.
SANTA FAMILY NIGHT: December 6 at 6:30PM - Santa Night - non-perishable item donation per person to the Lincoln FoodBank
LUNCH TO GO: Monday, Dec. 9 and Friday, Dec. 11 starting @ 11:30 AM. Only $5.00 each.
WRAP AND RUN: Monday, Dec. 9 from 6PM - 8 PM; Wednesday, Dec. 11 from 5 - 8 PM. Bring your gifts in and we'll wrap them for you! Free will donation.
ORNAMENTS AND MEMORIES: Wednesday, Dec. 11 from 5 PM - 8PM. A variety of ornaments to make for all age group.
TREE-MENDOUS DONOR CHRISTMAS TREE: Help us wrap up our Strong Kids Campaign! Be one of the 50 donors who donates $20.00 and get your name on our Christmas tree!
Hope to see you all here!
Please call (402) 434-9268 for more information or to donate.
SANTA FAMILY NIGHT
December 6, 2013Bring your family and join us for an evening of fun.
- Have your picture taken with Santa, make a Christmas craft, eat a a cookie and enjoy some Christmas music or watch a movie.
- Swimming in the pool with our Polar Bear.
- Members and Non-Members are welcome!
a can or non-perishable item per person
All proceeds from this event help support the Lincoln Food Bank. Check with Front Desk staff for more details.
GET MORE FROM YOUR WORKOUT
Personal Training SaleSAVE 15% OFF
Friday, Nov. 29 - Monday, Dec. 2, 2013
SAVE 10% OFF
Tuesday, Dec. 3 - Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013
Any package of 5 or more sessions!
- Special includes individual and group rates.
- Sessions can not be shared.
- All sessions must be used by expiration date.
- Can not be combined with any other discounts.
- No refunds on session fees.
- Not valid on purchases of less than 5 sessions.
Y MAINTAIN IT
Small Group Personal TrainingSpace is limited to the first 6 participants for each class so register early at the Front Desk.
Dec. 2 - Jan. 20
Mondays and Wednesdays
10:45 - 11:45 AM
Dec. 3 - Jan. 21
Tuesdays & Thursdays
6:45 - 7:45 PM
YOUTH FITNESS TRAINING CLASS
For 12 - 14 year oldsThis class is for 12-13 year olds who are interested in keeping their bodies strong and healthy. The class will instruct on safety and proper technique in using all workout area and Quick Fit equipment, as well as discussion of character development, weight room etiquette, and basic nutrition.
Parents must attend the first class. All participants must complete at least 7 of the 8 sessions to graduate from the class.
Please note: If your child is currently 11 but will turn 12 before the end of the session, they may take the class. After graduating, youth age 12-13 may use the workout areas only when supervised by YMCA Staff or if the parent is in the same area as the child. Youth under 14 are not allowed in the workout area by themselves.
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THE NEXT STEP FOR
Are you looking for that NEXT STEP?Whether you are just getting started or performing at a high level, the NEXT STEP Initiative will help you on your wellness journey. The Y is here day in and day out to assist in providing you the guidance and support you seek. Based on the wellness phase you are in, we can help you find the right orientations, classes, or programs to meet your needs.
Visit any Lincoln YMCA and ask our staff about the NEXT STEP Initiative today!
The NEXT STEP phases include:
• Getting Started
• Coming Back/Moving Up
• Maintaining a Steady State
• Pushing Limits
• Achieving Ultimate Performance.
What's your NEXT STEP?The NEXT STEP Brochure
Lincoln YMCA Strong Kids Campaign
Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.
Your gift saves lives through teaching water safety, builds healthier kids through our youth sports programs or provides high quality child care to those needing it.
To ensure that no one is denied a chance to participate because of an inability to pay, we ask the community to help through our annual Strong Kids Campaign. To learn more about this wonderful giving opportunity please visit the YMCA Strong Kids Campaign webpage.