Power Up at the Y with Free Guest Pass

November 4, 2011

No joiner fee for new members through Nov. 30

NEW CASTLE, Pa., November 4, 2011 – Do you fight fatigue and look to energy drinks and coffee to give you a boost to get through your day? Forget caffeine and join the Y. From Nov. 1-30, the Y is giving complimentary guest passes to our neighbors so they can experience the benefits of a Y membership. And we’re waiving the joiner fee for all new members, a savings of $50-$124.

“More than 90 percent of studies researching the benefits of regular exercise proves it increases energy. We empower our members to play, learn and grow by offering them a menu of activities for all ages. Our members learn to live healthy and make connections with others through sports and other shared interests,” Director of Membership Dorice Shover said.

Did you know a Y membership fee includes the following at no extra cost?:

  • Access to all three of our facilities
  • Access to two wellness centers and free-weights room
  • Half off our Sports and Play programs for kids
  • Free Drop-in Child Watch for kids, 6 mos.-age 8
  • Free swim lessons for kids and adults, age 6+
  • Free fitness classes for adults (more than 50 a week including Spin and Zumba)
  • Free rec swim for kids and adults
  • Free lap swim for members, age 14+
  • Open courts for gym recreation and racquetball

For as little as $39/month for an adult or $57/month for a family you can become empowered to be more healthy, confident, connected and secure.  Stop in to see us at the YMCA Downtown or Y-Zone in November for your complimentary tour and guest pass.  Go to www.ncymca.org to download a guest pass for you and a friend.

About the Y

At the Y, we strengthen our community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. We engage 6,000 men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the county’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Rooted in the Lawrence County community for 145 years, the Y has the long-standing relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver, lasting personal and social change. Learn more at www.ncymca.org.