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Matt Griffin YMCA Ready to Create a ‘Summer of Fun’ for Kids of All Ages

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Advertiser and longtime friend of the blog Matt Griffin YMCA wants our Readers to know that they’re welcoming members of all ages to their 46,000 square feet of Health and Wellness facilities, set to ensure that “you and your kids have the time of your lives this summer!”

The Y’s sparkling  aquatics facilities include a 25-yard lap pool and a special activity pool with slide and water features.  You can enroll your child in swim lessons today, preparing your family for a safe and fun summer! Water babies from 6-months and older can build skills that will last forever, with age appropriate lessons.

Additional programs for kids include the ever-popular Discovery camp, Summer Learning Programs and TREK.

TREK is the Y’s version of day camp for youth ages 10-14. Each day participants will travel to exciting program activities all over the Seattle area.  The participants will also have the opportunity to engage in a service learning project each week.

To register for TREK, click here.

Birthdays are also more memorable at the Y any season of the year, thanks to the Y’s Adventure Zone, Huling Climbing Tower and that amazing pool.

Packages range from $125.00 to $200.

“We are so proud to provide a safe and fun facility where all kinds of kids can enjoy, wholesome and enriching Summer fun,” said Member Experience director Shelly Skaro. “The only down-side is how quickly popular programs can fill-up. Parents shouldn’t wait too long to register!”

Visit mattgriffinymca.org for more information, or to register for any of their programs.

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