Stay Connected and Secure With YMCA WiFi Connect

New WiFi Process

Connected and Secure We are switching to a different method of providing WiFi passwords, where individuals will be assigned a unique code instead of a shared key. Take a look at this easy, how-to guide to make sure you stay connected and secure.
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National Fall Prevention Day

Falls are not a normal part of aging. But they do happen for a reason and they can be prevented. The National Council on Aging and Pierce County Aging and Disability Resources host an online presentation about the most common causes of falls among older adults. Learn about those hidden hazards around the house and in your neighborhood.
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Yoga in Living Room

6 Tips for Exercising at Home

If you’re like most people right now, you’ve been spending a lot more time at home than usual. With our days at home full of Zoom calls and Netflix, it’s easier than ever to give in to the temptation to sit on the couch all day, but it’s still important to keep yourself moving. 
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Get Ready to Return

Reunite with your Community

Wow! It’s hard to believe our YMCA buildings have been closed since March 16. As you’ve heard from us over the last several months, our doors are closed but our mission has continued.
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Phil Carter

A Message from Phil Carter

Dear YMCA staff and members, I am announcing my retirement from the YMCA, after 35 years of service. July 10 will be my final day. My YMCA career has been an amazing and wonderful journey!
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