A Message from Tom A. Finch Community YMCA
Governor Cooper announced yet again yesterday that our state will remain in Safer at Home Phase 2 for three more weeks (August 7th). While our indoor fitness centers remain closed for now, we’ve resumed many of your favorite activities following all federal, state and local health guidelines. Our indoor pool is open for use by reservation, group exercise instructors are offering outdoor classes (in addition to the virtual classes still available online), and day campers continue enjoying safe summer fun. We are also continuing to explore other opportunities to serve our community and clients within the above guidelines.
The Governor also announced the State’s recommendations for restarting school with a mix of in-person and remote learning. Like you, the Y has been navigating unchartered territory as we develop plans to provide flexible and affordable child care while expanding enrichment and providing extended learning opportunities for children. We know families are eager to make plans for the school year, and we are working diligently with our local schools and community partners to adapt and finalize options for your child’s out-of-school time. We will post our plans as soon as they are available.
Our staff are working hard to ensure all Y activities and environments are clean and safe for everyone. We hope to continue to serve our community in as many ways as all federal, state and local health guidelines allow. We appreciate more than words can express all that have continued to support the cause of the YMCA during these different and frustrating times. Thank you for “Staying with Us”!
For more information about our Y’s safety measures, program opportunities and procedure changes, please continue to visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TomAFinchCommunityYMCA and website http://myynow.org/