ASHLAND, Ore. – The Ashland YMCA will be suspending operations at our facility from March 18 to March 31st, except for emergency childcare.
The YMCA plans to reopen April 1st, depending on COVID-19 developments.
Emergency childcare will be available for medical personnel, healthcare workers, first responders and vulnerable populations.
They YMCA says they will be working with local organizations to roll out registration immediately and information will be available online.
The YMCA will be rolling out online health and fitness courses so people can exercise at home and will offer consultations and helpful information on how to boost your immune system while you’re at home.
In a statement on their website, Ashland YMCA stated, “We do apologize for this interruption to your health and wellness routines, but we hope that you consider keeping you Y membership active. You joined a cause-driven organization, not just a gym. Help us stay strong, support the community and avoid having to make cutbacks in the future.”
Patrons will be able to call the YMCA during the closure and updates will be posted online.