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Y NewsNovember Program Flyer Now Available

Check out what's going on in October at the Y!

Y TalkTips for Using the Schedule

As with anything new or unfamiliar, we are getting some of the same questions from members who are struggling to find exactly what they are looking for on the schedule. So we have created a list of tips to answer some of those questions.

Y NewsWhat to Expect When You Come to Swim Laps

Check out this video so you know what to expect if you reserve a lane to swim laps beginning Monday, June 8.

Y NewsHow to Reserve a Lap Lane

We are very excited to be reopening the pool for limited hours and for lap swimming only on Monday, June 8! Follow these instructions to reserve a lap lane.

Y NewsSetting Up Your New Y Account

We switched providers for our membership and program registration system on June 1. Your login and passwords from our prior system will NOT work for the new system. Follow these steps to set up online access to your account in the new system.

Y NewsFood Drive a Huge Success!

Thank you so much to everyone who participated in our Drive Thru Food Drive on May 20! We were so encouraged by the wonderful turnout. Because of your generosity, we were able to donate 1,464 items to ProjectSHARE!

Y TalkChicken and Cheese Enchiladas

Are you looking for a new recipe to try this week? This is a go-to recipe for Camping Services Director Brittany Rose (aka Bipp).

Y TalkBaked Brown Sugar Chicken Wings with Roasted Red Pepper Cream Sauce

Are you looking for a new recipe to try this weekend? This is a go-to recipe for Associate Executive Director Justin Rose. Check it out!

Y TalkMay is Water Safety Month

Teaching children how to be safe around water is not a luxury; it is a necessity. But in our current reality, we are having to find different ways to promote water safety this year.

Y TalkGrilled Brussels Sprouts with Wasabi Dipping Sauce

Members asked our staff to share some of their favorite recipes and we're going to start off with Sports Director Kelly Tyrrell because today is a great day for grilling!

Y TalkCreating Outdoor Fun Areas by Brittany Rose

I've been thinking about how to make the back yard/woods appealing enough to keep Calee entertained. I found this website, and some pretty cool ideas of how to add a couple kid-friendly, DIY projects where she can pick colors and the items to put there.

Y TalkThe Beard Blog by Jay Cattron

I will not shave for the duration of the time that the Carlisle Family YMCA is closed. Once the Y can re-open, I will then sport the look chosen by you for two weeks. Vote today!

Y TalkCheck on the Extroverts in Your Life by Justin Rose

I encourage you to reflect on who you know to be an extrovert—the person who is struggling with the disconnect and lack of social interactions without the time or space for a social re-charge.

Y TalkMore Backyard Soccer Drills by Kelly Tyrrell

If your kids are willing to dedicate 30 minutes to training everyday, they will see improvements in their touches on the ball and their fitness level.

Y TalkLegumes by Brooke Wiseman

Shelf stable foods like beans, peas and lentils are great to keep in your pantry. Dried or canned, either option is a great way to add in low-cost foods that provide excellent nutrition to your diet.

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