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This summer, the YMCA of Western North Carolina is partnering with local school systems to provide free summer meals and programming for youth. For many families, these summer meals are critical.
The Cheshire Fitness Club in Black Mountain will become the Black Mountain YMCA in September, following its purchase by the nonprofit YMCA of Western North Carolina.
Sign up for youth sports summer camps at the Corpening Memorial YMCA including basketball, pickleball and soccer!
Fewer students will go hungry this summer thanks to a partnership between the YMCA of WNC, Asheville City Schools, and Buncombe County Schools.
Military veterans, active duty military, and their families are eligible for the YMCA of Western North Carolina's new Military Appreciation membership program as of May 25.
Get ready to make a splash this summer at Patton Pool, which opens to the public on Saturday, May 26.
Come join us in McDowell County for Discovery Camp and Counselors in Training Camp.
Ready to sip your coffee nice and slow, catch up on a good book, or just enjoy some quality "me" time?
The YMCA of WNC is offering summer day camp at no charge to rising 7th, 8th, and 9th graders in Buncombe County.
The YMCA will provide child care for students of Buncombe County Schools and Asheville City Schools on May 16 from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program has recognized YMCA of WNC volunteer Camryn Gang with the President's Volunteer Service Award.
There's a list of basic life skills all parents instinctively know they must teach their children to keep them safe and healthy. For too many parents, safety in and around water is not on the list; and that's something we need to change.