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Megan Kissel Fall Soccer League -- In
remembrance of Megan Kissel, the Lincoln Area YMCA and the Kissel
family have dedicated the
soccer season to her as a memorial in her name. New this season
is seven exciting weeks of soccer. In this program, children will
learn sound soccer fundamentals, good physical conditioning
techniques, meet new friends and have FUN. The first week there will
be a clinic led by LCHS soccer coach Tim Stuckey for players and
coaches. That will be on Sept. 26 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Games are on
Saturday mornings at the LDC soccer fields on State Street.
For information on
Lincoln Area YMCA programs and events, visit the downtown office, 604 Broadway St.,
Suite 1; call 735-3915; or visit
www.lincolnymca.org. The YMCA Activity Center is at the
former Odd Fellows gymnasium on Wyatt Avenue.
New Fall Volleyball League -- New to YMCA fall sports is a
volleyball league for children in first to sixth grade, broken down
into two divisions: first to third grade and fourth to sixth grade.
The children will learn basic volleyball fundaments and rules as
coaches emphasize teamwork and sportsmanship. There will be a one
practice per week, and weekly games will be played at the YMCA
Activity Center on Wyatt Avenue. Register as soon as possible to
ensure there are enough participants for each division. More info
about this new program is available at
Cheerleading -- Children from 4 years to fifth grade and
from sixth to 12th grade will learn cheers, cheer techniques and
forms. Cheer coach Cathy Sanders will conduct practices on Monday
evenings. The cheerleaders will be highlighted as special guests as
they perform at local community events such as football games,
basketball games, parades and more.
Adult fitness -- Heather and the Y Fitness Crew are back
with new, even more exciting classes. Beginning Sept. 15, join us on
Tuesdays at 5:30 for
which highlights a variety of dance genres that will get you into
shape. On Thursdays, a crowd favorite is back,
Punch/Kick Fitness, a mix of kickboxing, dance and martial arts.
These are progressive programs that will teach you great new moves
each week. Classes are at the YMCA Activity Center on Wyatt Avenue.
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Blast -- Join the YMCA on Sept. 20 for a family bike ride
for both experienced and novice cyclists. There will be well-marked
courses of approximately 30 miles and five miles with great scenic
routes for the entire family. Registrations have begun. Sign up
early to receive discounts.
Preschool Play Day program registration has
begun and will continue through Aug. 21.
P.E. will be offered throughout the school year on
Wednesdays and Thursdays. Costs and times are available at
[Text from file received from
Lincoln Area YMCA]