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Whole Foods Proceeds Day Benefits Madison Area YMCA

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Pictured L-R: Madison Area YMCA Member Services Director Natalie Merizio, Madison Area YMCA Board Chairman Tom Uhlman and Madison Area YMCA Development Manager Leigh Anne Soroka at WholeFoods Proceeds Day that will benefit the Madison Area YMCA.
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The community is invited to support the Madison Area YMCA by shopping at Whole Foods Market today, Tuesday, September 23 The Madison Whole Foods Market, located at 222 Main Street, is donating 5% of its net sales to the Madison Area YMCA to benefit the YMCA Financial Assistance Fund and Community Outreach Programs.

Save your receipt. If you are not a member of the YMCA, bring your Whole Foods Market receipt to the Madison Area YMCA by Tuesday, September 30, to receive a free trial month of YMCA membership.

If you are currently a Y member, bring your receipt to us and receive four free guest passes.

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By joining together, Whole Foods Market and the Madison Area YMCA are helping strengthen our community through advocating healthy living!

 

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