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Swim lessons and day camp available at Saleeby-Fisher YMCA

Activities are planned at the Saleeby-Fisher YMCA.
Camp Explorer: Camp Explorer provides a fun, structured and safe environment for your child. Campers are given the opportunity to develop new skills, good leadership, self-reliance and Christian values. Campers are grouped into grade levels and have the chance to build interpersonal relationships with other campers. Each week of summer is a different experience.
Location: Saleeby-Fisher YMCA; $96/week YMCA member; $136/week potential member; $25 (one-time fee) registration fee; $10 off registration fee and $10 off weekly fee for additional children in the same family. Age, rising first through fifth grades. Child must have completed kindergarten. Hours, 7 a.m.–6 p.m. Registration under way. Contact Sarah Zander, szander@rowanymca.org, 704-279-1742.
Middle School Adventure Camp: A program for pre-teens that will challenge campers to excel in sports, crafts, Christian values, team concepts, community involvement, leadership skills and more. Trips may include rock climbing, Emerald Pointe and Carowinds. Location: Saleeby-Fisher YMCA; $96/week YMCA member; $136/week potential member; $25 (one-time) registration fee;
$10 off registration fee & $10 off weekly fee for additional children in the same family. Age, rising sixth through eighth grades; 7 a.m.–6 p.m.; registration under way; Sarah Zander, szander@rowanymca.org, 704-279-1742.
Part-Time Day Camp: All of the fun of camp two days of the week. Saleeby-Fisher YMCA, $51/per two days YMCA member; $76/per two days potential member; $25 registration fee. Sarah Zander, szander@rowanymca.org, 704-279-1742.
Super Star Camp: The weeklong camp will teach gymnastics, cheerleading, swimming, dance and fitness to every child. The camp will help improve self-esteem and confidence in young girls. Girls will need to bring a bag lunch, drink, swimsuit and towel. Session 1, July 7-12. Session 2, July 21-25. Session 2 will only be offered if there is a waiting list for Session 1; $96 YMCA member; $136 potential member; ages 6-11 girls; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; 20 spaces per session. Registration under way. Nicole Hill, nhill@rowanymca.org, 704-279-1742.
Contact Bridget Dexter, bdexter@rowanymca.org, 704-279-1742
Parent/Child; 6 months-two years. Children must wear swim diapers or plastic training pants under their swimsuit. No diapers, please. Child must be accompanied by a parent. Classes meet on Mondays at 5, 5:30, 6, 6:30; Tuesdays at 5, 5:30, 6, 6:30; Wednesdays at 5, 5:30, 6 p.m. Classes are 30 minutes in length. You can only register for one class per session.
3- to 5-year-olds classes: Swim lessons will help teach the child confidence in the water, floating, jumping and breathing control, basic stroke development and aquatic safety. Classes meet on Mondays at 5, 5:30 and 6, 6:30; Tuesdays, 5, 5:30, 6, 6:30; Wednesdays, 5, 5:30, and 6 p.m. Classes are 30 minutes in length. You can only register for one class per session.
6- to 8-year-olds classes: Lessons will help teach the child confidence in the water, floating, jumping and breathing control, basic stroke development and aquatic safety. Classes meet on Mondays at 5:45, 6:30; Tuesdays 5, 5:45, 6:30; Thursdays 5, 5:45, and 6:30 p.m. Classes are 45 minutes. You can only register for one class per session.
9 year old and up classes: Classes will teach the child more advance stroke development. Classes meet Mondays at 6:15, 7; Tuesdays 5:30, 6:15, 7; Thursdays 5:30, 6:15 and 7. Classes are 45 minutes. You can only register for one class per session.
Sessions: June 2-23; June 30-31; July 28-Aug. 18; Sept. 8-29.
Classes meet one day a week for four weeks.
Cost for Youth Swim Lessons (per session): Free for YMCA family and household members; $38 all other membership types; $65 potential members
There must be more than one person signed up to have a class. Registration begins two weeks prior to start of class. To register online, go to www.rowanymca.org

Private Swim Lessons: For YMCA members ages 3 and up. No private lessons are scheduled during regular group swim lesson times. If you are interested, contact the front desk or the aquatic director. Cost, $15/class YMCA family member; $30/class all other membership types.
SPLASH Swim Lessons: May 27-30; 5-5:45, 3 to 5-year-olds; 6-6:45, 6 and up. Free. Splash is a YMCA program that gets families ready for the swim season. We offer four days of free swim lessons for children ages 3 and up. Parents are encouraged to get in the water to help out and swim with their child. Instructors discuss the importance of water safety and develop a fun environment for the children.
Saleeby-Fisher YMCA, East Rowan Branch is located at 790 Crescent Road, Rockwell. If you have any questions, call 704-279-1742.

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