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YMCA Of Cass and Clay Counties Is Here To Help

Photo Courtesy Of YMCA

In this uncertain time of COVID-19, the YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties is taking important initiatives to help our community through this time. Take a look at some of the great programs and offerings the YMCA is offering our community.

Did You Know? The YMCA Is Providing Free Meals To People Ages 18 Years Or Younger.

The YMCA is distributing to-go-style suppers and snacks every weekday for free to children ages 18 years and younger. They are doing this at eight locations in the Fargo-Moorhead area. The YMCA wants to help ensure that children don’t go hungry in this uncertain time.

Locations Where Meals Will Be Provided:

  • Jefferson Elementary
  • Eastwood Elementary
  • Madison Elementary
  • Robert Asp Elementary
  • Horace Mann Elementary
  • L.E. Berger Elementary
  • Willow Park Elementary
  • Ellen Hopkins Elementary

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Did You Know? The YMCA Is Offering Child Care To Essential Personnel.

The YMCA is extending a hand to the community during the COVID-19 crises by offering child care to all essential personnel. This will allow essential staff to continue keeping our community healthy, safe and thriving.

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Did You Know? The YMCA Has At-Home Fitness Content On Their Website.

The YMCA has a tremendous collection of at-home fitness content on its website, including Group Fitness workouts, videos from the YMCA Fitness Team, downloadable workouts, kids/family activities and more. Stay fit during this quarantine with the YMCA’s Stay Healthy At Home blog.

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The Schlossman YMCA Fitness Center will begin opening their doors in phases on Monday, May 11. Find out more facility information here.

Nolan P. Schmidt

Written by Nolan P. Schmidt

Nolan is the Co-Editor of Fargo Monthly. Schmidt is also the Editor of Spotlight Media's Bison Illustrated publication. He is originally from Bismarck, N.D. and is a proud graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead.

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