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Y announces donation from Dominion Energy

dominionRLower Bucks Family YMCA is grateful to receive a donation from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation in support of the Y’s Youth Education Center in Morrisville. The donation will be used to help fund Financial Assistance programs for families in need.

Last week Director of Dominion Energy’s Fairless Power Station, Robert Sauer, presented Morrisville Branch Director Janet Allen and Director of Youth Education of Pre-K Counts, Michele Fina, with a check for $7,500. They were joined by children from Morrisville Youth Education Center.


Introducing a New App for all branches!

phone app RLook out Newtown and Fairless Hills branches! There's a new app in town!

Stocked full of everything you will need at each of our branches, the new app includes a new "find a class" feature, electronic access to schedules and links to current member challenges. You can also keep track of your workouts right on the app -- record manually or take a photo of your of you machines screen, and it will automatically input the information for you.

The app is no cost and free to use inside the Y...or out!


Renovation in current location announced

renovateRLower Bucks Family YMCA Board of Directors has voted to remain in its current location in Fairless Hills and is beginning plans to overhaul the dated facility to better serve the community and meet growing needs.

The YMCA listened to member and community feedback to stay and enhance the building on South Oxford Valley Road which was built in 1959 and houses a fitness center, program space, gymnasium, pool and child care center. The board consulted with an architect experienced in YMCA construction to rework the space within its current footprint to allow for an expanded fitness center, additional program space and more parking, plus give the entire building a new look.


Newtown Branch Begins Offering Pilates

pilates RYou asked! We hear you!  Beginning June 26, our Newtown branch will betin offering Pilates.  Classes are held Tuesday mornings, 10:15am-11:00am.  Designed to help you stabilize and strengthen your core, Pilates is a series of movements done in a specific order  to accomplish a certain goal.  Have questions? Contact our Newtown branch at 215.579.6200.

Lower and Central Bucks Family YMCAs and NovaCare Rehabilitation announce $2 million partnership

lb novacareRCentral and Lower Bucks Family YMCAs are proud to announce a $2 million partnership with NovaCare Rehabilitation to support the Y’s vision and investment across Bucks County. Central and Lower Bucks Family YMCAs and NovaCare share a deep commitment to improve the health and wellness of the tens of thousands of residents and families served throughout the community.

"Our significant investment in the Y demonstrates our dedication and belief in the Y’s ability to provide the best in healthy living programs, services and resources to the many communities it serves and our partnership in fulfilling this vision," said Dan Bradley, President of NovaCare Rehabilitation & Select Medical’s Outpatient Division.


Swim Team Celebrates National Success

davidcurtissRLower Bucks Family YMCA’s swim team is celebrating their great success at the 2018 YMCA National Short Course Championships. The Lower Bucks team, known as Tri-Hampton YMCA Swim Team (THY), saw a stand-out performance by 15-year-old David Curtiss who placed first in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 19.75 seconds. “David is an amazing athlete and we’re so proud of his accomplishments. He is a humble team leader who encourages his teammates to push themselves by demonstrating what can be achieved through hard work,” said head coach Tim Ryan.


Central and Lower Bucks Family YMCAs Kick Off Community Campaign with Y Giving Week

shirt SMCentral and Lower Bucks Family YMCAs invite the community to take part in Y Giving Week, a weeklong celebration of the Y’s impact, from April 28-May 5. The Y is asking for the community’s support to help ensure everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to be healthy, connect with others and contribute to a better community.



Lower, Central Bucks Family YMCAs celebrate the Week of the Young Child

zane readsRCentral and Lower Bucks Family YMCAs celebrated the The Week of the Young Child™ with a reading tour of all four of its Youth Education Centers in Bucks County.

Zane Moore, President/CEO visited the centers in Morrisville, Fairless Hills, Newtown and New Britain on Thursday, April 19 and Friday, April 20 to share a story and quality time with the young children enrolled in the program. Moore brought along two special friends, Cinderella and a friendly lion, much to the children’s delight.


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