Tom A. Finch Community YMCA

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Summer Camp

We offer a 5 star licensed summer day camp program for 11 weeks June 11th-August 22nd.

Campers must have the following documents to be registered for camp: registration packet (obtained at YMCA), immunization records, registration fee, and payment for last two full weeks of camp are due at the time of registration and are non-refundable. 

Early Bird Registration: February 1st-February 28th. Sign up for camp and the 2018-2019 After School program and we will waive the After School registration fee.
*The last day to make changes to weeks selected is April 30th (This is NOT the last day to register for camp)

Members:  Late Registration Fee $55, Weekly Fee $115, Y's and Shine Fee $24

Non Members:  Late Registration Fee $65, Weekly Fee $130, Y's and Shine Fee $28

Note: Vouchers are accepted. Financial assistance is available through the YMCA.


Program Hours:  Regular Hours: 7:30 am - 6:00 pm

Early Arrival (Y's and Shine):  6:30am (additional fee)

Our Child Care program will close the following dates: June 8th, July 4th, August 23-24.


Dino-Mytes:  5-7 years old (must be 5 years old - rising 2nd graders)

Trailblazer:  8-10 years old (must have completed 2nd grade - rising 5th graders)

Explorers:  Grades 5th grade and up (must have completed 5th grade)

LOCATION: The YMCA's facility (indoor pool, gymnasium, activity rooms, etc.) and forty acres of playing fields, playgrounds, shelters, outdoor restrooms, trails and wooded areas provide an abundance of opportunities for enrichment activities. 

PROGRAM COMPONENTS: Weekly themes, organized non-competitive games, archery, art activities, cooking, swim times and lessons, environmental education, character development emphasis, sports skills, group initiatives, devotions, nutritious snacks, guest speakers, camp singing, special pool parties, and other fun stuff.  

BREAKFAST AND LUNCH: Breakfast and lunch will be provided FREE at Thomasville High School for most of the summer.  On days and weeks the cafeteria is closed; campers must bring a bag lunch.  An afternoon snack is provided.  Campers do not need to bring snacks.

STAFF: All staff members are CPR and First Aid certified and have completed 12 hours of training including child abuse prevention and BSAC (Basic School Age Care).



Laura Sweitzer, Senior Director of Youth Development at 474-5247

Tracy Lockard, Associate Director of Child Care at 474-5248


 unitedAll fincancial assistance is paid for through United Way donations.


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