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My Y is Every Y- Visit the Y While Away from Home

The Madison Area YMCA, located at 111 Kings Road in Madison, is happy to announce that it has teamed up with nearly 50 YMCA locations throughout New Jersey to give members easier access to the resources they need to lead a healthy life.  Members of the Madison Area YMCA gain greater value to membership by visiting and exercising at any of the participating YMCAs at no additional cost.

This is all part of a new partnership that brings together YMCAs in New Jersey under a unified reciprocity plan.  In total, 31 participating Ys with 49 branches have instituted the cooperative program called My Y is Every Y.  “This program is an unprecedented step in strengthening the Ys impact on health and wellness in New Jersey,” said Madison Area YMCA Vice President of Operations, Bob Conley.

A list of participating Ys is available on the Y’s website at www.madisonareaymca.org

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At this time not all NJ YMCAs are currently participating in the My Y is Every Y program. The Greater Morristown(Morris Center), Lakeland Hills and West Morris YMCAs may charge a fee to visiting members.

For more information on the My Y is Every Y program and to learn more about the classes and programs that the Madison Area YMCA offers,
visit www.madisonareaymca.org or contact the Welcome Center at 973-822-9622.

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