Hopewell Valley YMCA

For Youth Development
For Healthy Living
For Social Development

 


Mission Statement: The Hopewell Valley YMCA is a charitable organization dedicated to building a healthy spirit, mind, and body through programs which promote good health, strong families, youth leadership, and community development.  YMCA's are open to men, women, and children of all ages, abilities, races, and religions.

 
NEWS FROM THE Y


Aquatics swim lessons and community swim will be closed on Sunday, May 24, 2015.

 


 

SPRING COCKTAIL EVENT 2015

This year the Hopewell Valley YMCA will be honoring Phil Volpe  at the 2015 Spring Cocktail Event.

Join us as we say thank you and recognize to "The Cream King" for his community support in The Hopewell Valley.

 

 

 

 


Camp Reign Open House

Summer camp 

April 29, April 30

May 27, May 28

 

6:30pm-8:00pm

Location: Toll Gate Grammar Cafeteria 

 


SPRING II REGISTRATION

Spring II registration is here and Spring II programs are ready to go.

 

Registration is now open for the following programs

 

Munchkin Sports Jam

Instructional Basketball

Soccer

T-Ball

Peanut Ball

Primary and Beginner Ballet

 

For more information on each program, select programs from our drop down menu above, or select the program of interest from the main menu list on the left.

 


 

CAMP REIGN SUMMER CAMP REGITRATION IS OPEN !!!

Join us this summer for a fun summer that you'll never remember. Campers will ge to experience the joys of camp and all that summer has to offer.

Our goal is for campers to have fun and build friendships and memories that will last a lifetime. Campers will get to grow individually as well as a team through our extensive hands on curriculum and enrichment activities. While at camp, campers enrolled in Little Wonders through Camp Explorers will participate in specialty activities such as: Arts and Crafts, Games and More, Sports, Wiz Kids and more enrichment activities. Campers enrolled in Sports Camp will receive structured fun drills and activities in various sports during the course of the week, as to strengthen their sportsmanship and personal skills. All campers enrolled in Summer Fun Camp or Sports Camp receive instructional and recreational swimming during the week as well as a daily snack and weekly trips per scheduled groupings.

 

Click here for more information about our summer camp offerings. We can't wait to see you at CAMP REIGN !

 


 

SUMMER FUN IS HERE!

 

Join us at CAMP REIGN, to make your child's summer a GREAT time!

Campers will go on weekly trips, take part in daily swimming, and enjoy many other exciting activities.

For more information, visit the summer camp tab.

 

CARING, HONESTY, RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY

 



Before and After School Program in the News

 

July 27, 2012

Starting this fall, The Hopewell Valley YMCA and The Hopewell Valley After School Program will open this September as a single program. The Hopewell Valley After School Program (HVASP) and the Hopewell Valley YMCA will merge under the umbrella of the YMCA to offer the Before and After Care of Hopewell Valley program. HVASP Director Karen Sharp and YMCA Program Director, Daniel Williams will continue to lead the new program. Before and after care services will continue to be offered at all four local elementary schools and Timberlane middle school; however, the hours will be extended to 7am-6:30pm. Most adult staffers will remain to help build continuity as the program grows and strengthens. In addition to these services, the new program will also be offering programs that include age appropriate activities for the different levels of students attending, as well as enrichment programs such as homework help and even tutoring. The new organization will be under contract with the Hopewell Valley Regional School District (HVRSD), which will have oversight of the program. Also new is the development of a Parent Advisory Committee, made up of parents and school administrators who will meet quarterly to discuss the program. The program will continue to be flexible, offering childcare one to five days a week, as well as drop-in availability and extended hours. The new program will continue to offer the quality programming that parents have come to expect and count on for years.

 


 

Pennington Quality Market Supports YMCA Building

The Hopewell Valley YMCA received a boost to its building fund from the Rothwell Family, owners of Pennington Quality Market May 19.

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Pennington Day Stands Behind YMCA Construction Plans

The Pennington Day Board gave a $5,000 grant to the Hopewell Valley YMCA capital building fund on Dec. 5 after inviting representatives from the YMCA to present an update on the YMCA’s plans and activities-to-date involving their contract to purchase a 13-acre tract of land from Capital Health on Route 31.

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PEAC to host Hopewell Valley MOMS Club Kids Fun Run

This year, the MOMS Club is working with the Hopewell Valley YMCA to raise funds to introduce "Safety Town", a one-week summer program, offered to rising Hopewell Valley kindergartners.

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Penningtonians start the holiday season at Holiday Walk

Dozens of Pennington Residents stirred up their holiday spirit on Friday at the Borough's annual Holiday Walk event, a miniature nighttime street fair that sees Main Street shops keep their doors open after normal hours, and offer free treats and fun activities to passers by.

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Eagle Scout Kevin Roveda revamps Hopewell Valley YMCA, finds personal growth

Earlier this month, 18-year-old Kevin Roveda of Pennington's Boy Scout Troop 41 officially completed a community service project that helped earn him the rank of Eagle Scout. The project involved cleanup and construction outside of the Hopewell Valley YMCA headquarters at 62 South Main St. in Pennington.

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