Come Back to Good Health at The Y
Oct. 01, 2020
Save When You Join in October
Taking care of our health is more important now than ever before, especially for high-risk populations. The Old Bridge Family YMCA has reopened, and we're here to help you stay active, healthy and improve your well-being in spirit, mind and body.
From outdoor fitness classes to indoor workouts, safety is our number one priority. We put careful
thought and planning into our reopening, following guidance from the CDC, local health agencies and public officials. We've updated our policies and practices to ensure the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene, and we made appropriate accommodations for distancing so that every person who walks through our doors can stay safe. Our phased reopening on September 1 combined with a reservation system ensures that we maintain reduced capacity and thoroughly sanitize our facility continuously throughout the day and overnight. We're welcoming new and existing members back to the Y and invite you to join us. Pay no joiner's fee when you become a Y member by October 31!
Our facility may look a little different, but the feeling of community inside is stronger than ever as we stay safe and work toward our health goals together. Visit ymcanj.org/reopening to learn more about our programs, amenities, FAQs, and safety measures. When you join the Y, you are more than a member. You become part of a cause to strengthen community.
To join or for more information, visit Old Bridge Family YMCA at 1 Mannino Park Drive, Old Bridge, or call us at 732.727.0704.
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