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Please email Mary O. Ratcliffe or call 828 210 2267.
Kirk Hampleman, association director of competitive swimming for the YMCA of Western North Carolina and leader of the YMCA Piranhas Swim Team, has been named the Regional Representative...
Since the Wellness Center re-opened back in January, we've been hard at work implementing other improvements to make the Asheville Y as open and in
Earn points for each workout, coaching connection appointment, workshop, and more. The teams with the most points each week will win individual prizes and advance in the tournament bracket.
The YMCA of Western North Carolina's Winter Markets at the Woodfin YMCA now accepts SNAP payments, making fresh, healthy, local food more accessible to everyone in the community.
The 2018 Spring Program Guide is here! Take a look and check out the various programs, exercise classes, and community events that we'll be offering this spring.
Relax, rejuvenate, and reconnect as your kids enjoy an evening filled with crafts, games, and fun in a safe environment. A healthy snack will be served.
The Corpening Memorial YMCA is hosting an informational meeting for parents of any child that is interested in trying out for a Challenge soccer team for the Spring 2018 season.
Come join us for a night of dancing and fun! Crafts, photo booth, a dance DJ, food and snacks will all be provided. Dress your best as you celebrate an evening with fathers and daughters.
Our martial arts programs give students a chance to learn some of the basic elements karate has to offer. This discipline will help kids not only become more engaged in physical activity, but also helps teach them self-defense skills.
Small changes in your home can make a big difference. Home modifications, even small ones, can enhance your comfort and safety.
The Reuter Y Togetherhood Community is collecting new and gently used books. We will donate children's books to the YMCA Youth Development Center, Kids' Zones and Estes Elementary School.
Every two seconds someone's identity is stolen. But you can take steps to protect yourself. Join us for a free Fraud Fighting Event to be held at the Reuter Family YMCA.