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Barbara Russo

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brusso@somersetcountyymca.org


STREAMLINING YOUR VISIT TO THE Y FOR WELLNESS: Starting Monday, October 5th at 5:00am appointments will no longer be required for members ages 16+ (13-15 with a parent) to visit the Y for socially-distanced indoor fitness in our Wellness Centers at Hillsborough YMCA, Somerset Hills YMCA, and Somerville YMCA!

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FITNESS IS A FAMILY AFFAIR AT THE Y: Greater Somerset County YMCA is excited to welcome members ages 13-15 with a parent* to socially-distanced indoor fitness on our cardio equipment, free weights, strength training machines, and more in our Wellness Centers at Hillsborough YMCA, Somerset Hills YMCA, and Somerville YMCA*Parent must be present in the Wellness Center with their 13-15-year-old. 

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Car-Free & Healthy Plainfield

September 15, 2020

Car Free Day is an annual worldwide car-free event that encourages greener methods of travel. Register and join us for daily workshops between Sept. 21 and 25, presented in English and Spanish.

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Press release: Greater Somerset County YMCA will host a free outdoor fitness expo – YMCA GXPO 2020 – at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, N.J. on Saturday, Sept. 12. The event, which is open to the community, will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Photo Release: Somerset Hills YMCA welcomes back members to its indoor fitness center at 25% capacity.

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Press release: All Branches of Greater Somerset County YMCA to Reopen Wellness Centers on Sept. 1

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WELCOME BACK TO THE Y! We’re excited to announce that Greater Somerset County YMCA has begun to reopen our facilities and reactivate key programs including pools for lap swimming, indoor fitness in our Wellness Centers, personal training, outdoor fitness, early education, school age child care, and more! Learn what’s open, what to expect when you visit, and what is still to come.

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Back to school is right around the corner, but for some students that means staying home, which can be tough on working parents. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.

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