Hobart Family Ymca
HOBART | Providing youth with opportunities to continue to learn and engage in meaningful activities at the end of the school day can boost their academic success. To help motivate and inspire kids to learn, the Hobart Family YMCA is offering an after school program to school-aged children t…
HOBART | Registration is open through Saturday for Fall Youth Soccer at the Hobart Family YMCA, 601 W. 40th Place. Weekly practices will begin the week of Aug. 25. The cost is $40 for Y members and $80 for nonmembers. Players 3 to 14 will be assigned to teams for a total of six games on Satu…
HOBART | The Hobart Family YMCA tries to ensure that preschoolers in its Developmental Preschool reach their full potential by helping them grow — physically, mentally and socially. The Y, at 601 W. 40th Place. is taking registrations for the Fall 2014-15 Developmental Preschool program.
Fourth of July festivities are over and do you know what that means? Dam Duck Race tickets are now on sale for $5 each or 5 for $20 from any member of the Hobart Community Foundation, including this writer.
HOBART | Registration is underway for the Hobart Family YMCA Youth Basketball program through Saturday. Practice will begin the week of July 7. The cost is $30 for Y members and $60 for nonmembers. Players 3 to 14 will be assigned to teams and will practice one night per week, with five game…
HOBART | Registration ends Saturday for the Hobart Family YMCA Youth T-Ball /Coach Pitch program for ages 3 to 7. Practices and games will begin the week of June 9. The cost is $30 for YMCA members and $60 for nonmembers. Players will be assigned to teams and will practice one night per wee…
HOBART | Registration ends Tuesday at the Hobart Family YMCA for the American Red Cross Lifeguarding Course that begins Thursday at the Y, 601 W. 40th Place. The cost is $250. Prerequisite testing must be successfully completed by Tuesday. Students will learn surveillance skills to help reco…
HOBART | The Hobart Family YMCA offers financial assistance to individuals and families with low incomes based upon Federal Poverty Guidelines. If a family qualifies for free or reduced lunches at school, it may qualify for the Y Financial Assistance Program. Membership and program assistanc…
HOBART | To kick-start physical activity and learning now and throughout the summer – a critical out-of-school time for children – the Hobart Family YMCA, 601 W. 40th Place, is celebrating Healthy Kids Day from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday with a free community event for youngsters and families.
Two local companies are among 47 in Indiana recognized Thursday by the American Heart Association for promoting physical activity and health in the workplace.
HOBART | Registration is available through Saturday for the Hobart Family YMCA's indoor youth soccer program, a developmental league for children 3 to 8.
HOBART | Hobart Family YMCA, 601 W. 40th Place, will offer an Introduction to the Computer course starring Monday to provide a basic understanding of how to use the Windows operating system.
HOBART | Registration ends Saturday for the Hobart Family YMCA's youth basketball program. Practice will begin the week of Oct. 28.
HOBART | The Hobart Family YMCA, 601 W. 40th Place, is offering babysitting training from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
HOBART | The Hobart Family YMCA, 601 W. 40th Place, is taking registrations for its Fall 2013-14 Developmental Preschool program.
HOBART | Registration ends Saturday for the Hobart Family YMCA Youth Fall Soccer and Youth Flag Football programs.
HOBART | Registration is underway for the Hobart Family YMCA youth fall soccer and youth flag football.
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