Davie Family YMCA
The Davie Family YMCA, located near downtown Mocksville, has served the community for more than 20 years, and offers a wide range of programs for the whole family including swim lessons, licensed before- and after-school care, and youth sports. The Y includes a comprehensive Wellness Center with on-duty staff, group exercise programs, and SilverSneakers® classes. Dedicated to social responsibility with efforts such as the Literacy Initiative, a completely free program that helps adults in our community learn to read and provides ESL tutoring.
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Hours of Operation:
Mon – Thurs: 5:00am – 9:00pm
Child Watch Hours:
Mon – Fri: 8:30am – 12:00pm
Address & Phone
215 Cemetery Street
Phone: (336) 751-9622
Golf to Give Back
19th Annual YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Golf Tournament
At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. You can help kids learn, grow, and thrive, as well as ensure no one is ever turned away due to the inability to pay. Golf tournament proceeds provide financial assistance to make Y programs available to everyone in our community. Gather your team for a day of golf, fun, fellowship, and a good cause!
Your participation will help provide programs including:
• Before & After School Programs
• Summer Camp
• LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA
• Health & Wellness Programs
• Adult Literacy Program
• Swim Lessons
• Youth & Government
• Teen Programs
• Seniors Programs
• Family Events
• Summer Learning Academy
• Y Diabetes Prevention Program
• Black and Latino Achievers
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Tanglewood Park Golf Course
4201 Manor House Circle
Clemmons, NC 27012
Registration – 12:00pm
Lunch provided 12:00-12:45pm
Shotgun Start – 1:00pm
Dinner and awards ceremony at the clubhouse immediately following conclusion of play.
Game format is captain’s choice. Tanglewood is a non-metal spike facility. Neat dress is required.
$500 per team of 4 players.
Entries due by Tuesday, August 18, 2015
First and second place winners in each flight win prize money for their designated branch’s scholarship program. Great hole-in-one prizes!
We are always looking for companies or individuals to sponsor Golf To Give Back, and help us provide financial assistance to make Y programs available to everyone.
New Training Center
As a YMCA, we strive to evolve to meet the changing needs of our community. After careful evaluation and planning, our Board of Managers voted last fall to convert one of our existing racquetball courts into a new, state of the art Training Center. We are excited to bring this new feature to our branch and have a space for personal training, boot camps, and more.
While racquetball is still an important part of what the Y offers, and will continue to be available, this training center is a wonderful chance to provide another benefit to members in addition to all the things we currently offer. We thank you for your patience as we begin construction of the new space this month!
Register Now For Summer Camp
The summer months are just around the corner. Summer is meant to be filled with learning enrichment, new experiences, and making new friendships and memories that can last a lifetime. At the Y, we focus on programs that allow children to explore and get involved in activities that help them grow both mentally and physically.
Options are available for all ages and many schedules and interests. Click here for more information, session dates and times, or to register.
Looking for a traditional resident camp experience? We have all that and more at the 400-acre Memory Maker YMCA Camp Hanes.
Planning Your Child’s Birthday Party without the Stress
For some parents planning a child’s birthday party can be a blast. while other moms and dads find the party process stressful and a chore. Sit back and enjoy pizza, games, swimming, laughter galore… and so much more!!! We are going to keep the kids movin’ and groovin’. Have your child take center stage and be the star of the day. Bring your camera and let us do the rest as you capture your Child’s special day.
What do we provide?
Party for 15 children decorated in your Child favorite theme.
Birthday boy/girl gets a present.
Pizza, drinks, plates, napkins, tablecloths and utensils.
1 hour in our Party Room, 45 minutes in the pool, 45 minutes in the gym/playground
One energetic party host to entertain the children with games from beginning to the end.
Not enough party time? Looking for something different? We can make adjustments to fit your needs.
Members: $225/Potential Members: $275
Ask for special discounts
For more information, please contact: Vlasti Johnson at 751-9622 or email@example.com
YMCA Training Volunteer Reading Tutors
Could you spend 3 hours each week helping an ADULT improve reading skills?
Training sessions: coming soon
We will provide you with 10 hours of training, materials, and on-going support you as you meet twice each week with a learner. We assess all learners and match you with someone whose schedule and logistical preferences match yours. After you are matched you can meet at a YMCA, public library, or any other public location.
Our learners vary from 2nd grade – 9th grade reading levels. Many are working on specific goals like filling out job applications, working for a promotion at work, or learning to help children or grandchildren with homework. Most of our learners are in their 40s and 50s.
King of the Hill 5K & 10K
The YMCA will provide a safe, quality event to accommodate the serious competitor as well as athletes of all levels. Proceeds will benefit LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA program. Click here to read more about LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA.
Click here to register online, or you can register at the Y.
5K Run/Walk: $25 through September 11, $30 on race day
10K Run/Walk: $30 through September 11, $35 on race day
Shirts are guaranteed to the first 300 participants who register by August 28. Online registration ends Thursday, September 10 at 6:00pm
Race day schedule
7:00am: Registration/Packet Pick-up
7:30am: 10K race begins
7:45am: 5K race begins
Awards Ceremony immediately following completion of 10K.
Race Packets are available for early pick-up the day before (Friday, September 11) from 2-6pm at the Stokes Family YMCA. Childcare available 7:15-11:00am the day of the race.
Click here to see the King of the Hill routes.
Trophies awarded to the Top 3 Male/Female Overall and Top Male/Female in each of the following categories: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
Barium Springs Family YMCA
9 Mile Bike
2 Mile Trail Run
Saturday, July 25
This event is a 150 yd pool swim, local 9.2 mile road ride that travels through both in-town and rural roads coming close to Lake Norman State Park, followed by a two mile out-and-back trail run on the property of Barium Springs Family YMCA.
Both the ride and run will be a mixture of sun and shaded areas with some scenic views. There is a moderate elevation change on the bike ride and an uphill finish on the trail run. This race is intended to be a perfect distance for a wide variety of triathletes from the new participant to the seasoned veteran. Attention has been paid to course layout and location to accommodate a variety of skill levels keeping safety in mind.
Indivduals: Register between now and June 30 for only $45. From July 1-July 22, it’ll be $50 and packet pick up and race day it’ll be $55.
Relay: Register between now and June 30 for only $60. From July 1-July 22, it’ll be $70 and packet pick up and race day it’ll be $80.
For more details, and to register, please click here.
Upcoming Training for Volunteer ESL Tutors
Do you love to learn and help others learn? Do you have 3 hours a week to volunteer? Help an adult learn English as a second language!
We provide training, materials, and on-going support. We will match you with a learner whose schedule fits yours – and you can meet at one of our tutoring rooms (Robinhood Road Family YMCA, Fulton Family YMCA, Winston Lake Family YMCA, William G. White, Jr. Family YMCA) or at a public library. Volunteers meet 3 hours each week with a learner. No Spanish necessary! We have learners from over 20 countries, including China, Korea, Burma, Vietnam, Mexico, Cuba, Colombia, Ecuador…some are just beginners and some have studied English for years and just need help with conversation and pronunciation.
Keep an eye out for future training sessions.
More information at www.ymcanwnc.org/literacy/
Questions? Please contact Julie Weber at 336.727.9850 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Share Your Thoughts
Now Accepting YMCA Secret Shoppers
We value you as a member and always welcome your feedback. Become a YMCA Secret Shopper to evaluate our facilities and help us continue to improve as an organization so we can deliver the very best member service possible.
If you’re interested in participating, please contact the Welcome Center for more information or apply at strategicreflections.com. You’ll work directly with Strategic Reflections, Inc., an independent customer research firm, to conduct “mystery shops” and receive compensation for evaluating the quality of your member experience at a YMCA branch in your area.
See the membership desk with any questions.
Looking for a place to share your talents and make a difference? The Davie Family YMCA has many opportunities for volunteers to share their passions while positively impacting the lives of people in our community. Fill out an application to share your talents today!
Camp and Before and After School volunteers: Lead clinics (such as sewing, cooking, sports, book club, painting, etc.) with our Summer Campers; homework help with our After School students. Time Commitment: Varies
Child Watch Assistant: Assist holding babies and participating in activities with the children in Child Watch. Time Commitment: Varies
Curb Appeal: Assist with outdoor clean up days and special projects around the Y. Time Commitment: Varies
Special Events Assistant: Assist with special events in the community and at the Y, such as Group Exercise Launches, Underwater Easter Egg Hunt, KidsFest, Fall Carnival, Breakfast with Santa, and more. Time Commitment: During scheduled events throughout the year.
Sports Assistant: Positions include: practice assistants, game day assistants, field assistants (painting lines, etc.), coaches, referees and sports camp assistants. Time Commitment: Times vary based on seasons in the spring, summer, fall, and winter.
Y Greeter: Meets members at the door with a smile and “have a great workout;” assists with sharing Y information and making coffee. Time Commitment: Most times available.
Y Storyteller: Participates in our Annual Giving Campaign sharing the story of the Y. Time Commitment: 5-10 hours, February through beginning of April.
The volunteer opportunities are not limited to those listed above. Please share your talent with us. Feel free to visit the Welcome Center to fill out your volunteer application today. Thank you for your interest in making a difference.