“The gymnasium and elevated track are taking shape, the pools have been poured, tile work, painting, and many other finishing touches are making huge strides every day,” said President and CEO Mark Johnson.
“Most importantly, plans are under way for the many programs that will make a difference in the Botetourt community,” said Johnson.
The Botetourt Family YMCA has already hired key full-time staff. They are actively training and hiring instructors for wellness programs, swim lessons, active older adult luncheons, preschool winter basketball, and even summer camp.
“The closer we get to officially being open the more excited I get,” said Tricia Reynolds, executive director of the Botetourt Family YMCA. “This is where we get to show Botetourt the true work of the YMCA – programs that will transform lives and impact the community for generations to come,” she said.
Opportunities to join the Botetourt Family YMCA will begin on November 1 starting with its Founders’ Club.
“The Founders’ Club is a great way for community members to be a part of the history of the Botetourt Family YMCA. They will receive one-year of membership, a…