Join A Cause For Community

BY  |  Sunday, Jan 01, 2017 2:00pm

Join A Cause For CommunityWhen dealing with life’s daily demands, people need a place to go where they can feel supported, a place where adults can find life balance; children can reach their full potential; seniors can be active and find camaraderie; and families can connect and strengthen relationships. By becoming involved with the YMCA of Montclair, individuals have the opportunity to improve their health and well-being and connect with the community, all while participating in their favorite program or activity.

“The YMCA of Montclair is a community that is dedicated to helping individuals achieve a balance of spirit, mind and body,” said Jennifer Nelson, YMCA of Montclair Membership Director. “We encourage everyone to get involved by joining the Y where they can take advantage of the resources and support to be healthy and connected.”

As a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y seeks to ensure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has an opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. To help more people benefit from the Y, the YMCA of Montclair is holding a membership drive. New adult members who join in January 2017 will get the 3rd month FREE!

The YMCA of Montclair offers a variety of programs to help achieve greater health and well-being, nurture youth and inspire individuals to give back to better their community.

Many know the Y for their weight, fitness, and circuit training equipment, or their 150+ free weekly group exercise classes and indoor swimming pools. But the Y also offers programs for chronic disease prevention, obesity and nutrition, including their Diabetes Exercise Program, Lose to Win weight loss challenge and LIVESTRONG at the YMCA, for cancer survivors. Financial assistance and babysitting services are also available.

To learn more about the YMCA of Montclair, contact 973-744-3400 or visit


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And we can get this project completed in time for Montclair's sesquicentennial when we can stick a fork into historic preservation as a public policy.

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