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Summer events at the Hurley YMCA

The J.F. Hurley YMCA is hosting the following events and classes over the summer.

Swim lessons
Lessons are for ages 6 months and up. There are several levels and class times available. Please visit the website to see schedule. Classes meet every day, Monday through Thursday, for two weeks during the summer. Each session consists of eight classes.
Session dates:
May 22-June 1
June 5-15
June 19-29
July 24-Aug. 3
Aug. 7-17
Aug. 21-31
See the YMCA website for lesson times.
Cost: $42 members, $70 non-members, free for family and household members.
Contact: Candace Frambs, cframbs@rowanymca.org, 704-636-0111

Camp Hurley
When school is out, the YMCA is here to keep kids safe and engaged in fun, healthy activities. Summer day camp is geared to engage kids in healthy physical activity and fostering positive social interactions. The program offers the highest quality instruction and supervision, provided by trained and qualified staff members. Each week of camp offers a different experience for children.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Rowan-Salisbury School System. Campers should also pack a snack every day. Camp Hurley is a state-licensed program and does accept DSS vouchers. Additional financial assistance is also available.
Camp hours: 6:30 a.m.-5:45 p.m.
Registration fee: $25 (one-time fee)
Cost: $100/week members,  $140/week non-members
Part-time (two days a week): $55/week members, $80/week non-members
$10 off registration fee and weekly rates for additional children in the same family who are registered for full time camp.
Contact: Sarah Zander, szander@rowanymca.org, 704-279-1742

LEGO Robotics camp
Develop critical thinking, communication, collaboration and problem solving in this hands-on LEGO camp.
Dates: July 31-Aug. 4
Times: 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Ages: Fourth through eighth grade
Cost: $225 members, $300 non-members
Contact: Alan Lambert, alambert@rowanymca.org, 704-636-0111

Soccer camp
Learn fundamentals, sharpen current skill sets and develop new ones.
Dates: June 26-29
Times: 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
At the YMCA fields on Majolica Road
Ages: Kindergarten through eighth grade
Cost: $60 members, $80 non-members
Contact: Jesse Byrd, jbyrd@rowanymca.org, 704-636-0111

Swim camp
Fine tune swim stroke, turns, dives, technique, rotary breathing, propulsion and build endurance. Must be able to swim 25-yard freestyle and backstroke. Correct technique in all four competitive swimming strokes will be included. Goggles are required and a mini-swim meet will be held on the last day of each camp with awards.
Dates: June 19-22
Times: 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Ages: 7-12 years old
Cost: $60 members $80 non-members
Contact: Hannah Hawkins, hhawkins@rowanymca.org,  704-636-0111



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