The Armed Services YMCA brought a slew of summer day camps and programs to keep area children active all summer long, to include cooking camps and sports camps. But with the end of summer and the beginning of fall comes a new school year, and, with the ASYMCA, a new fall program lineup for people of all ages to enjoy beginning in September.

ASYMCA Marketing director Amanda Carlson said in an earlier interview, “We’ve received a lot of feedback about future programming that we are already beginning to implement in our fall season. As we transition into the new school year, we look forward to meeting new friendly faces and expanding our program offerings.

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