Kernersville Family YMCA
The Kernersville Family YMCA serves the entire family through youth development programs, healthy living and social responsibility initiatives, such as the Bright Beginnings program to provide a special back-to-school shopping experience for local students. Explore your aquatic interest with swim lessons, have fun at day camp or on a youth sports team, or reach your wellness goals with group exercise classes.
Click here to check out our program guide.
Hours of Operation:
Mon – Thurs: 5:00am – 9:30pm
Child Watch Hours:
Y Kids’ Club
Address & Phone
1113 W Mountain St
Phone: (336) 996-2231
Free Health Screening
Know Your Numbers
Free Novant Health screenings including blood pressure, BMI, total cholesterol, blood glucose, hemoglobin and more.
Join us July 30!
Sign up at the Welcome Center today!
Looking for inspiration? Craving more spiritual fulfillment in your life? Join us for volunteer-led weekly Bible Studies.
For more information on days and times, please contact Rosemary Suess, Executive Vice President, at 336.996.2231 x6405 or email@example.com.
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 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.
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.
More information at www.ymcanwnc.org/literacy/
Questions? Please contact Julie Weber at 336.727.9850 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Golf to Give Back
18th 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!
Download the brochure (coming soon) and registration form here.
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 26, 2014
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 19, 2014
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.
Make Back to School Bright! Volunteer for YMCA Bright Beginnings
Each year in the days leading up to the first day of school, YMCA volunteers take children who would otherwise not be prepared back to school shopping. More than 120 underprivileged children from several Kernersville-area elementary schools will go back-school-shopping through the Kernersville Family YMCA Bright Beginnings Program. The children are also provided with a new, donated backpack stuffed with essential school supplies.
Many of us remember picking out a brand new backpack, outfit and purchasing supplies to get ready for the first day of school each year. Parents struggling to make ends meet cannot provide that experience, but we can still help children start the school year ready for success and make back to school special. Each year, the Y works with the staff at Caleb’s Creek, Cash, Kernersville, Piney Grove, Sedge Garden, and Union Cross Elementary Schools to identify the students who are most in need.
This year’s Bright Beginnings is taking place Saturday, August 16.
Community members can get involved in YMCA Bright Beginnings by donating and volunteering.
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.