Madison YMCA; Paint For Our Cause On Kid Central Track

Photo Caption: Kids Central children are getting ready to Paint for Our Cause! Pictured are (Back Row) Leo Zotti, 2.5 from Chatham; Megan Glover, 3 from Morristown; Angelina Osorio, 3 from Madison; Liam Rowell, 5 from Chatham; Kids Central Manager Erin Rowell, from Chatham; (Front Row) Matthew Osorio, 2 from Madison; Leo Miller, 3 from Chatham; Maddie Rowell, 4 from Chatham; Nathan O’Brien, 4 from Chatham.

MADISON, NJ- Calling all kids. Paint For Our Cause at the Madison Area YMCA’s Kids Central will benefit the Y’s Annual Fund on Friday, April 10, from 3:00p.m. to 5:00p.m and Friday, April 17, from 3:00p.m. to 5:00p.m.

Children in the community are invited to decorate Kids Central’s Big Blue Track with their hand prints. A suggested donation of $25 will allow your child to get their hand painted by one your child’s favorite Kids Central staff.

All children will receive a certificate of appreciation for all their beautiful handiwork!

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The Madison Area YMCA’s Annual Campaign raises awareness and funds for the Y’s financial assistance program that enables the participation of hundreds of children and families in Y membership, programs, wellness initiatives, services and camps at the Family Center and childcare, early childhood education and summer camps at the F.M. Kirby Children’s Center.

Parents may pick up a pledge form at the Family Center’s Welcome Center and Kids Central.

All guests must present a state/government-issued ID to access the facility.

For more information please contact Erin Rowell at or call 973.822.9622 x2305

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