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Safe Summer, Save Summer: Madison Area YMCA Quest Campers are the Main Character as they Create, Grow and Explore a Safe Summer

Jan 15, 2021

For more information contact:
Madison Area YMCA 
Marketing & Communications Department 
lcozewith@madisonymca.org  

 

For Immediate Release  

 
Safe Summer, Save Summer: Madison Area YMCA Quest Campers
are the Main Character as they Create, Grow and Explore a Safe Summer 

 

 

Caption: (L to R) Adventure awaits at the Madison Area YMCA Quest Camps for a Safe Summer - Save Summer experience. Henri Bouvart, age 5, of Madison practiced his superhero target skills during Summer 2020. We are excited to offer summer camp opportunities for children entering preschool through grade 11 beginning June 21, 2021.  

(Madison, NJ) January 15, 2021 – Plan Summer 2021 now! Your camper will be the main character as we create, grow, and explore a safe summer together.

We invite you to check out our summer offerings for the Madison Area YMCA's Quest Camps at www.madisonareaymca.org/camp. Online priority member registration begins Thursday, January 28 at 9AM and for non-members on Friday, January 29 at 9AM. Camps begin on Monday, June 21 for preschoolers through children entering grade 11.  ALL registration is conveniently and easily accessible online only and may be done on a desktop, laptop or mobile device.  

“So many families have expressed how important it is for their children to have a SAFE, active and enriching outdoor camp experience. Building upon the very successful 2020 camp season, we plan to provide a fun and magical experience and give our campers the summer 2021 they deserve,” said Association Camp Director Liz Kryznefski. “The health and safety of our campers, their families and camp staff is our top priority. We follow the most current guidelines from health authorities, the state and local governments, the CDC, and American Camp Association as we create a safe, healthy and FUN camp experience.” 

An active Madison Area YMCA membership is required to receive the attractive member rate and for priority camp registration. The Y strives to be available for all with financial assistance provided for membership and programs including summer camp. 

Visit our MiniQuest (entering preschool - grade 1), KidsQuest (entering kindergarten - grade 6), SummerQuest (entering grades 6 - 9) and Leader In Training camps (entering grades 7 - 11) website pages at www.madisonareaymca.org/camp for more information.  Quest Camps questions may be directed to Association Camp Director Liz Kryznefski at 973-822-9622 x2265 or to QuestCamps@madisonymca.org.  Please email Membership@madisonymca.org to join, to reactivate a Madison Area YMCA membership or for financial assistance information.

As a leader in healthy living, the Madison Area YMCA diligently monitors developments surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and communicates with and provides resources to our community. Wellness for all ages has never been more essential to our community than it is now. As a mission-driven charitable organization and community wellness center, the Madison Area YMCA is dedicated to nurturing the potential of our youth, providing a safe space for teens, improving the community’s health and well-being, and giving back by providing support to our neighbors.  

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Why the Y

  • Y Ninja Fit—It’s a Hit!

    Mar 02, 2020

    Warped Wall 2

    Friday afternoons at 4:30 p.m. are a blast for 13 boys enrolled in Y Ninja Fit for Teens at the Madison Area YMCA. The Gymnastics Center is abuzz with the boys running, climbing and jumping over and under obstacles. (Where are you, girls? This is open to you too!)

    Teens experience the best of both worlds in this one-hour combination class of obstacle course training and fitness training. The first 30 minutes takes teens through a classic Y Ninja class—climbing towers of mats, scaling the warped wall, dropping down to hit the ground running to race through courses that build coordination and motor control, test physical strength, instill discipline and push agility to new heights. In the second half hour, teens hit the circuits and learn fitness skills that enhance their Ninja skills and start them on the path to life-long healthy living. 

    “I like Y Ninja Fit because it's fun and I get to hang out with my friends,” says Dylan Gregory, 13, of Madison. The equipment is really cool—the foam pit is my favorite—and the teachers are really nice.”

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