YWCA Program Guide August-December 2014 This is YOUR YWCA

YWCA Program Guide
August-December
2014
This is YOUR YWCA
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HOURS OF OPERATION
Front Desk Hours
Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
HOLIDAYS: The YWCA will be closed
September 1, November 27-28 and
December 25.
THE POOL WILL CLOSE AT 1 PM
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18.
YWCA Greater Lafayette
605 N. 6th Street, Lafayette, IN 47901
765-742-0075
Domestic Violence Hotline:
765-423-1118 or 1-888-345-1118
Domestic Violence Office:
765-423-4486
Women’s Cancer Program Office:
765-742-4375 or 1-800-770-9004
MISSION
The YWCA Greater Lafayette is
dedicated to eliminating racism,
empowering women and promoting
peace, justice, freedom and dignity for
all.
VISION
The YWCA Greater Lafayette will be
the leading organization for women
and their families, empowering them to
meet their vital needs and succeed in
life.
ABOUT THE YWCA
YWCA STAFF
Debi DeBruyn-Executive Director
Administration:
Michelle Dearing-Operations Director
Jessica Gates-Front Desk Clerk
Lisa Green-Marketing Director
Tracy Hurd-Grants Administrator
Angie Lucus-Facility Manager
Kyle Miller-Intern
Terri Moll-Fiscal Operations
Vicki Smith-Office Manager
Marilyn Zerbes-Finance Director
Domestic Violence Intervention and
Prevention Program (DVIPP):
Norah Ashcraft-Legal Advocate
Tina Azad-Administrative Assistant
Amie Brzozowski-Case Advocate
Sara Coulibaly-Night House Manager
Jasmine Dowd-DVIPP Director
Ericka Lee-Operations Manager
Nohemi Lugo-Hispanic Advocate
Denise McKnight-Night House Manager
Penny Pava-Reflections/Weekend Staff
Cherish Saylor-Case Advocate
Kristen Singleton-Outreach Coordinator
Jade Warren-Child Advocate
Women’s Cancer Program (WCP):
Adriana Cornejo-Patient Navigator
Jo Holmes-Outreach Specialist
Connie Joy-Intake Specialist
Heidi Kauffman-WCP Director
Kim Lanoue-Patient Navigator
Peggy Smock-Financial Navigator
Amber Thurman-Outreach Specialist
Adult and Youth Programs:
Jordan Bonfitto-Co-Aquatics Director
Brittany Hamlin-Asst. Y-Dance Director
Sean Keeve-Asst. Volleyball Director
Janae Kraud-Program Development
Director
Leah McCormick-Head Lifeguard
Dody McIntyre-Volleyball Director
Deedra Newby-Y-Dance Director
Shelly Pullins-Asst. Volleyball Director
Rachel Sitarz-Co-Aquatics Director
Maintenance:
Felipe Orozco-Building Maintenance
Jamie Pava-Building Maintenance
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ABOUT THE YWCA
CONTENT
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Special Events………...………………………………………………………...5
Y-Dance………………………………………………………………………….6-7
Adult and Youth Programs .........................................................................8-12
Network Luncheon Series……………………………………………………...13
Aquatics………………………………………………………………………….14-17
Domestic Violence Program...…………………………………………………18-21
Women’s Cancer Program .........................................................................22
Donation Form ...........................................................................................23
Dear Friends of the YWCA,
Since reopening the pool on July 1 your YWCA has added several
fitness programs, including swimming lessons, Aqua Zumba®,
aquacize and water walking in addition to open swim time and the
opportunity to host your own pool parties. In this program guide you
will find schedules for pool activities, Y-Dance lessons, volleyball
opportunities and more.
We have reinstituted our pool membership fee structure, with options
for everyone.
This is your YWCA and we are here to offer not only fun activities but
also assistance, when needed, through the Domestic Violence
Intervention and Prevention Program and the Women’s Cancer
Program.
Our Dream Big Campaign for moving the domestic violence shelter to
the Oppenheimer House and continuing the renovation of the main
building remains strong. The YWCA recently received a $500,000 grant
for the project, assuring that it will become a reality. More is needed to
make the project complete, so stay tuned for the formal announcement
of our capital campaign.
In the meantime, if you wish to support our efforts, consider the
donation form in this program guide or visit us online at
www.ywcalafayette.org/donate.
Great things are happening at your YWCA!
Happy 85th Anniversary to your YWCA!
Debi DeBruyn
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ASSOCIATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ABOUT THE YWCA
VOLUNTEERING IS
ONE WAY TO HELP
The YWCA Greater Lafayette
relies on volunteers. We offer
Beth Bangs-Vice President
Jonella Beale
many volunteer opportunities,
Stephanie Bloyd
ranging from working
Bob Brown-Treasurer
outdoors, helping with
Jeffrey Brown
children, answering crisis line,
Angie Catron
Debi DeBruyn-Executive Director/Ex-officio sorting donations and
Cathy Wright-Eger
performing office tasks. Call
Carol Galbraith
765-742-0075 for more
Jamie Proffitt Gordon
information or email
Jody Hamilton-President
[email protected]
David Huhnke-Past President
Haley Lindemood
Deb McCormick
Cindy Murray
Heather Johnston Nicholson-Secretary
Tina Parker
Julie Scott
Regena Scott
John Willis
FOUNDATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Max Bales
Jeffrey Beardmore, MD
Cheryl Butcher
Debi DeBruyn-Ex-officio
Greg Eller
Nola Gentry
Jody Hamilton-Ex-officio
Laura Hess
Jackie Hofman
Grayce Lechtenberg-President
Linda Sorensen-Secretary
Beth Stull-Vice President
Elaine Todd
Sally Watlington-Treasurer
RENTALS
We encourage the use of our
facility. Space at the YWCA can
be ideal for any special event.
Groups or individuals may rent
the YWCA gym, pool, kitchen
and meeting rooms. Business
and non-profit rates are
available. Call 765-742-0075 for
information and rates.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO
SUPPORT YWCA?
Donate - Tax-deductible
contributions are always
welcome! Visit the YWCA, send
a check or contribute online at
ywcalafayette.org/donate.
YWCA Greater Lafayette is a
501(c)3 non-profit organization
and a United Way partner
agency.
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October is Breast Cancer
Awareness Month and
Domestic Violence Awareness
Month
YWCA Volunteer Callout
Wednesday, September 10
5:30-6:30 pm at YWCA
Ages 18+
Domestic Violence
Proclamation
Wednesday, October 1
Ivy Tech at Noon (Room TBD)
Proclamation signed by Mayor
Tony Roswarski and Mayor John
Dennis
Light Up Riehle Plaza for Breast
Cancer Awareness Month
Tuesday, October 7, 6 pm
Riehle Plaza
SPECIAL EVENTS
Point 1K
October (Date TBA)
Rubia Flower Market Parking Lot
Registration at 1 pm, race at 3 pm
Details to follow
Proceeds benefit the YWCA
Women’s Cancer Program
Unity Healthcare and
Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health
Ultimate Pink Party
Thursday, October 23
5 pm-10 pm
Purdue Memorial Union
$65/individual or $600/table of 10
Call 765-446-5402 for tickets
Proceeds benefit the YWCA
Women’s Cancer Program
YWCA Interpersonal Violence
Awareness Luncheon
Tuesday, October 14
11:30 am-1 pm
Speaker: Skye Brown, Purdue
University Outreach Coordinator,
MESA (Multicultural Efforts to End
Sexual Assault)
Skye will address how Title IX was
developed, the modifications made
and how it is implemented now. This
includes what institutions are required
to comply with Title IX, how to report
and follow through with reporting
sexual violence, the limitations of Title
IX, as well as how Title IX applies to
trans* students.
Luncheon is $12
Call 765-742-0075 to register
YWCA Holiday Bingo & Silent
Auction
Thursday, November 6
5:30 pm
Details to follow
Angela’s Images Hair Wars
Friday, November 14
6 pm
Four Points by Sheraton
VIP tickets $50
General Admission $25
Call 765-350-5478 for details and
ticket locations
Proceeds benefit the YWCA
Domestic Violence Program
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Fall 2014 (13 Weeks)
Y-DANCE
Introducing Dance Distinction, Lafayette’s newest elite dance company!
For information on this competitive team please see page 8.
Y-Dance Important Dates
Enrollment Begins August 11 - Registration Deadline: September 4, 2014
Classes: September 8-December 4
Thanksgiving Break: November 24-27
Informal Winter Showcase: December 1-4
Registration Fee:
An annual $25 fee and an enrollment form must be completed at time of registration.
Tuition:
1-Hour Classes: Fusion, Leaps and Turns, Ballet Technique, Hip Hop, Modern,
Dance Improvisation, Barre
$132
45-Minute Classes: Pre-Fusion, Tap, SNAP Dance
$100
The Fusion Experience:
To encourage dancers who want to focus on dance and excel beyond the
recreational level, we offer the following if the same dancer enrolls in all three
of the following hour classes: Fusion, Leaps and Turns, and Ballet Technique
$345
Discounts:
There is a 15% discount for dancers enrolled in more than one class and for multiple
children living in the same household taking Y-Dance. (Excludes The Fusion
Experience, which is already discounted)
SNAP Dance (Special Needs Aquatics and Activities Program)
Ages 5-18
Wednesday
Sept. 10-Dec. 3
4:30-5:15 Staci
Ages 18 & older
Wednesday
Sept. 10-Dec. 3 5:30-6:15 Staci
PRE-FUSION (Age 3) Thursday
BALLET/JAZZ FUSION
Pre-K
4 years and older
Monday
Tuesday
Kindergarten
Monday
Tuesday
Division 1-2
Level 1
Monday
Tuesday
Thursday
Level 2
Tuesday
Division 3-5
Level 1
Monday
Tuesday
Thursday
Level 2
Monday
Tuesday
Level 3
Thursday
Sept. 11-Dec. 4
5:00-5:45
Deedra
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
1:00-2:00
5:00-6:00
Deedra
McKaylee
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
5:00-6:00
6:00-7:00
Jessica
McKaylee
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
Sept. 11-Dec. 4
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
6:00-7:00
5:00-6:00
5:00-6:00
6:00-7:00
Amberly
Cassidy
Abbie
Cassidy
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
Sept. 11-Dec. 4
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
Sept. 11-Dec. 4
6:00-7:00
5:00-6:00
5:00-6:00
7:00-8:00
6:00-7:00
5:00-6:00
Haley
Megan
Corrin
Haley
Megan
Molly
See website at ywcalafayette.org/ydance for full program details
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Fall 2014 (13 Weeks)
Y-DANCE
BALLET/JAZZ FUSION (continued)
Division 6-12
Level 1
Level 1+
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4*
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
Sept. 10-Dec. 3
Sept. 10-Dec. 3
Sept. 10-Dec. 3
Sept. 10-Dec. 3
5:00-6:00
5:00-6:00
4:30-5:30
5:30-6:30
7:30-8:30
6:30-7:30
Brittany
Brittany
Brittany
Brittany
Brittany
Brittany
*Enrollment in Level 4 Fusion requires enrollment in Leaps and Turns and Ballet Technique
Adult
Tuesday
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
8:00-9:00
Deedra
LEAPS AND TURNS (Enrollment in Fusion is required before enrolling in Leaps and Turns)
Division 3-5
Levels 1&2 combined
Monday
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
5:00-6:00 Deedra
Tuesday
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
7:00-8:00 Sydney
Level 3
Thursday
Sept. 11-Dec. 4 6:00-7:00 Molly
Division 6-12
Level 1
Monday
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
6:00-7:00 Deedra
Tuesday
Sept. 9-Dec. 2
6:00-7:00 Deedra
Level 1+
Wednesday
Sept. 10-Dec. 3 6:30-7:30 Deedra
Level 2
Wednesday
Sept. 10-Dec. 3 7:30-8:30 Deedra
Level 3
Wednesday
Sept. 10-Dec. 3 4:30-5:30 Deedra
Level 4
Wednesday
Sept. 10-Dec. 3 5:30-6:30 Deedra
BALLET TECHNIQUE
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Sept. 10-Dec. 3
Sept. 10-Dec. 3
Sept. 10-Dec. 3
Sept. 10-Dec. 3
4:30-5:30
5:30-6:30
6:30-7:30
7:30-9:00
Alyna
Alyna
Alyna
Alyna
HIP HOP
Division 3-5
Division 6-8
Division 9-12/Adult
Monday
Monday
Monday
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
7:00-8:00
6:00-7:00
8:00-9:00
TBA
TBA
TBA
MODERN
Division 6-12/Adult
Monday
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
7:00-8:00
Amberly
DANCE IMPROVISATION
Division 6-12/Adult
Monday
Sept. 8-Dec. 1
5:00-6:00
Amberly
TAP
Level 1
Level 2
Thursday
Thursday
Sept. 11-Dec. 4 6:00-6:45
Sept. 11-Dec. 4 7:00-7:45
TBA
TBA
BARRE
Division 6-12/Adult
Thursday
Sept. 11-Dec. 4
Katie
(Enrollment in Fusion is required before enrolling in Ballet)
7:00-8:00
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ADULT/YOUTH PROGRAMS
NEW GREATER LAFAYETTE
DANCE COMPANY
DANCE DISTINCTION
We are pleased to announce Dance
Distinction, the newest dance troupe
in the Greater Lafayette area.
Directing the company is Y-Dance
Director and McCutcheon Dance
Team Coach, Deedra Newby, and
her assistant, Brittany Hamlin.
The purposes of the company are to
develop dancers from different backgrounds to their fullest potential, to
offer opportunities for growth through
conventions and dance studio
competitions, and to offer dancers
performance opportunities throughout the community.
Because dancers from many different
area elementary schools, middle
schools, and high schools “train” at
the YWCA with Newby and Hamlin,
dancers are not required to relinquish
their middle or high school dance
teams.
Newby’s goal is to pull artistry and
competitive technical elements together by utilizing professional
dancers with whom she is
associated.
A meeting to discuss time and
financial commitments will be held
Wednesday, August 13, at 6 pm.
Auditions are August 15 and 16 at
6 pm. The meeting and auditions are
at the YWCA, 605 N. 6th Street,
Lafayette.
Winter Break
Day Camp
Ages 4-12
December 22-January 2
No camp 12/25 and 1/1
Monday-Friday, 8 am- 5:30 pm
$150 for entire camp or $30/daily
rate
Bring sack lunch, swimsuit and
towel
Each day has a different theme:
12/22 Snowmen
12/23 Ice
12/24 Winter Food and Festivities
12/29 Snowballs and Snowflakes
12/30 Penguins
12/31 Sledding
1/2 Winter Carnival
Camp includes swimming, arts and
crafts, educational topics
SNAP Gymnastics
(Special Needs Aquatics and
Activities Program)
For special needs children of all
ages
Instructor: Elizabeth Uhrich
Saturday
September 6, 13, 20, 27,
October 4, 18, 25, (no class 10/11)
November 1
10:15-11 am
$75 for 8 week session
Minimum enrollment 5
Maximum enrollment 20
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ADULT/YOUTH PROGRAMS
Tutoring
Grades K-12
Does your child need extra
assistance with school work?
Tutoring is Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday from
6-7 pm
YWCA 604 Building (brown door across
from main building)
There is no charge for tutoring but you
must call 765-423-7029 to
register your child before their first
session.
Tutors are students from
Purdue University
American Red Cross
Babysitting Class
Ages 11-16
CANCER WELLNESS
PROGRAM IN
PARTNERSHIP WITH
PURDUE UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH AND
KINESIOLOGY
Instructor: Michelle Becker
Program is for all cancer
survivors, men and women.
Exercise Program highlights:
Yoga
Cardio/strength
Pilates
Stretching/flexibility
Relaxation
Assessments made by
exercise specialist
Instructor: Janae Kraud
Become a safe and responsible
babysitter. Learn how to respond in
emergency situations.
August 26-December 18
Tuesday and Thursday
Noon-1:30 pm
August 26 and 27 (must attend both
days)
Register by August 22
Bring water bottle and towel.
You may join the program at any time.
October 14 and 15 (must attend both
days)
Register by October 10
5-7:30 pm
$50
Minimum enrollment 3
Maximum enrollment 10
$50 (limited scholarships)
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ADULT/YOUTH PROGRAMS
Little Spikers
American Red Cross
CPR/AED/First Aid Classes In addition to volleyball fundamentals
Ages 16+
such as serving, passing, setting,
hitting and rules of the game,
Get the skills you need to save lives. participants will improve hand-eye
Participants will be certified in Adult, coordination, balance, body
Child and Infant CPR, AED and First awareness, footwork, agility, spatial
awareness and communication with
Aid.
an emphasis on "FUN"damentals
and TEAMWORK.
Certifications are valid for 2 years.
Thursday, August 21
(register by August 15)
Wednesday, October 8
(register by October 3)
5:30-8 pm
Cost is $50
Instructor: Janae Kraud
Minimum enrollment 3
Maximum enrollment 10
MEN’S NOON
BASKETBALL
Ages 15+
Any skill level is welcome. Drop-in
basketball in the YWCA gym.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11:30 am -1:30 pm
With YWCA annual basketball
membership of $50, fee options are
$5 per day or $40 per month. $10
per day with no membership.
September 8-October 6
Mondays, 5:45-6:45 pm
Boys and girls 3rd-5th grade
$50 per player
Nov. 3- Dec 1
Mondays, 5:45-6:45 pm
Boys and girls 3rd-5th grade
$50 per Player
Y-League Volleyball
Y-League is a training program for
boys and girls grades 5 and 6 that
practices for 3 hours per week and
competes in additional "play days".
This program is designed to help
prepare athletes to play on their
school and/or club teams. While still
emphasizing fun, the training for this
program will be in a slightly more
intense, team-centered environment
with an introduction to team offensive
and defensive systems.
September 7-October 15
Sunday and Wednesday
Sunday 1:00-2:30 pm
Wednesday 5:30-7:00 pm
$140 per player
Register online at ywcalafayette.org/
volleyball
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ADULT/YOUTH PROGRAMS
Gentle Hatha Yoga
ZUMBA®
Certified Hatha Yoga Instructor:
Pat Koppes
Certified Zumba Instructors: Janae
Kraud and Danielle Hrachovec
Must be able to get up from floor.
Bring mat, strap, block and blanket if
you prefer to use your own. Mats are
available at YWCA to borrow.
Wear comfortable clothes and indoor
shoes. Bring water bottle and towel.
Ages 18+
August 5-December 16
Tuesday and Thursday
9:30-11 am
FIRST CLASS IS FREE
Ages 16+
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
9-10 am
FIRST CLASS IS FREE
$6 per class
$50 for 10 classes*
$80 for 20 classes*
$6 per class
$50 for 10 classes*
$80 for 20 classes*
*Purchase a fitness card and it can be used
for Yoga, Zumba®, Zumba® Gold (excludes
Aqua Zumba®)
*Purchase a fitness card and it can be used
for Yoga, Zumba®, Zumba® Gold (excludes
Aqua Zumba®)
Minimum enrollment 3
Maximum enrollment 25
Minimum enrollment 8
Maximum enrollment 14
BARRE
ZUMBA GOLD®
Instructor: Katie Greenan
Ages 16+
Certified Zumba Instructor: Richard
Cash
Wear comfortable clothes and indoor
shoes. Bring water bottle and towel.
Tuesday and Thursday
8:30-9:20 am
FIRST CLASS IS FREE
$6 per class
$50 for 10 classes*
$80 for 20 classes*
*Purchase a fitness card and it can be used
for Yoga, Zumba®, Zumba® Gold (excludes
Aqua Zumba®)
Ages 6-adult
Thursdays
September 11-December 4
7-8 pm
Barre fuses fitness techniques from
dance, yoga, and Pilates. There is no
prior dance experience required to
benefit from Barre. You should feel
stronger and more flexible with every
class.
$132 for 12 weeks
(plus $25 registration fee)
ADULT/YOUTH PROGRAMS
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Coed Quads Water
Volleyball
Ages 16+
October 19
Middle School Warm Up Clinic
8th grade and under
$10 per player
Wednesday
8-9:30 pm
$30 per player
ywcala-
fayette.org/volleyball
October 26
Try-outs for 8th grade and under
November 2
Try-outs for 9th grade and up
Adult Volleyball
Ages 16+
Mon-
November 9, 16, 23
Try-outs
day, Coed Quads
7-10 pm
$160 per team
December 7-14
(Sunday and Wednesday)
Meet team and practice
Tuesday, Women’s Sixes
6:30-8:30 pm
$240 per team
January 5
Start practice
Thursday, Coed Sixes
7-10 pm
$240 per team
January 18-February 22
Sunday
Water Pod VolleyFit (pool)
October 30-December 22:
Monday, Coed Quads
7-10 pm
$160 per team
September 24
Guest Speaker: Justice Loretta H. Rush, Indiana Supreme Court
“Using Your Talents to Serve the Community”
As a member of the Indiana Supreme Court and a former juvenile judge, Justice
Loretta Rush knows first-hand the importance of community involvement. She
has decided cases with heartbreaking facts and also seen remarkable examples
of perseverance and hope. Justice Rush will talk generally about some of the
most memorable cases and why community involvement is so important. Her
speech is a call to action on staying involved to ensure a strong community.
October 15
Guest Speaker: Lorraine Stovall, ALCOA, National Sales Account Manager,
Retired
“Reach for the Stars with Feet Firmly Planted”
Believing in yourself, working hard, and staying focused in pursuit of achieving
goals; while remembering those who helped along the way. Be humble.
November 12
Guest Speaker: Cherrie Hammel Buckley, Owner of Buttery Shelf and Boanco
Farms, CEO, Seeds of Hope
Embracing the challenges in your lives so we can learn to play the hand we are
dealt with grace.
December 10
Guest Speaker: Mary Heal, Regional Development Director, AlignLife
Chiropractic & Natural Health Center
Thursday, Coed Sixes
7-10 pm
$240 per team
fayette.org/volleyball
Series Sponsor:
“Life Challenges of Service”
Tuesday, Women’s Sixes
6:30-8:30 pm
$240 per team
Register online at
YWCA 2014 Fall Network Luncheon Series
“Finding the Champion in You”
Wednesdays from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Luncheons are $15 each
Call 765-742-0075 to register or online at ywcalafayette.org/network
October 12
Informational parents meeting (gym)
November 5 – December 17
September 2-October 21:
Ages 8-18
NETWORK LUNCHEON SERIES
Program times below TBD
September 10 – October 20
Wednesday
8-9:30 pm
$30 per player
Register online at
Junior Club Volleyball
Program
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“What Inspires True Behavioral Change?”
ywcala-
Are you motivated to go to the gym or inspired to be healthy? Live inspired…
attend this presentation to learn tips on how to be inspired for change.
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AQUATICS MEMBER RATES
POOL PARTICIPATING MEMBERSHIP
Pool Memberships require a one-time joiner’s fee of $25. Memberships are
month-to-month and can be cancelled with 30 days written notice.
Membership includes unlimited access to Lap Swim, Water Walking, Aqua
Zumba®, Aquacize and Open Swim.
Family - $40/month Adult - $25/month Seniors (65+) - $20/month
Students (13 yrs – college) - $20/month
Pool Member Rates:
Youth Swim Lessons Group Class*
Youth Swim Lessons Private Session
$81 for 8-week session
$18 for 1/2-hour lesson
Adult Swim Lessons Group Class*
$162 for 8 week session
Adult Swim Lessons Private Session
$27 for 1/2-hour lesson
*Both Adult and Youth Swim Lessons include two sessions per
week. Adult and Youth Lessons are offered simultaneously but
youth and adult learners will be separated and led by different
instructors.
Baby + Me Class
$90 for 8-week session
SNAP** Aquatics
$68 for 8-week session
**Special Needs Aquatics and Activities Program.
Water Walking, Lap Swim,
Open Swim, Aqua Zumba®,
Aquacize, Aqua Flex
FREE
Pool Rental:
Hourly Pool Rentals (1-30 swimmers)
(31-60 swimmers)
$54 per hour
$72 per hour
Pool Party Only (up to 30 swimmers***)
$108 for 2 hours
Gym and Pool Party (up to 30 guests***)
$108 for 2 hours
One hour in gym followed by one hour in pool
***Additional guests $5 each.
Minimum class size for Adult & Youth Lessons, Aqua Zumba®,
Aquacize and Baby + Me is 5 participants.
Pool Hours: Monday-Friday 6 am-9 pm,
Saturday 8:30 am-1 pm., Sunday Closed
After Labor Day, Saturday hours will be 9 am–5 pm and
Sunday Noon-5 pm
Visit ywcalafayette.org/aquatics for lap and open swim times
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AQUATICS NON-MEMBER RATES
POOL NON-MEMBER RATES:
Youth Swim Lessons Group Class*
Youth Swim Lessons Private Session
$90 for 8-week session
$20 for 1/2-hour lesson
Adult Swim Lessons Group Class*
Adult Swim Lessons Private Session
$180 for 8-week session
$30 for 1/2-hour lesson
*Both Adult and Youth Swim Lessons include two sessions per
week. Adult and Youth Lessons are offered simultaneously but
youth and adult learners will be separated and led by different
instructors.
Baby + Me Class
$100 for 8-week session
SNAP** Aquatics
$75 for 8-week session
**Special Needs Aquatics and Activities Program.
Water Walking, Lap Swim,
Open Swim, Aqua Zumba®,
Aquacize, Aqua Flex
$6 per visit
$50 for 10 visits*
$80 for 20 visits*
*Punch card can be used for water walking, lap swim, open swim,
Aqua Zumba®, Aquacize and Aqua Flex
Pool Rental:
Hourly Pool Rentals (1-30 swimmers)
(31-60 swimmers)
$60 per hour
$80 per hour
Pool Party Only (up to 30 swimmers***)
$120 for 2 hours
Gym and Pool Party (up to 30 guests***)
$120 for 2 hours
One hour in gym followed by one hour in pool
***Additional guests $5 each.
Minimum class size for Adult & Youth Lessons, Aqua Zumba®,
Aquacize and Baby + Me Class is 5 participants.
Pool Hours: Monday-Friday 6 am-9 pm,
Saturday 8:30 am-1 pm., Sunday Closed
After Labor Day, Saturday hours will be 9 am–5 pm and
Sunday Noon-5 pm
Visit ywcalafayette.org/aquatics for lap and open swim times
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POOL PROGRAMS
Pool Size: 40’x75’
Water Temperature: 83 degrees
Pulsar Chlorination System
Aqua Zumba®
Aqua Zumba® is an invigorating low-impact exercise program that will
provide cardio-conditioning and body-toning.
Ability to tread water necessary.
Participants under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Minimum 5 participants and maximum 20 participants.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11:30 am-12:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Saturday Noon-1:00 p.m.
Swim Lessons
First session: August 25-October 17
Second session: October 27-December 19
Age range: 3-adult
No more than 6 learners per instructor and groups will be separated by age
and ability.
Lessons are structured progressively to advance learners’ abilities throughout
the program from general water comfort to swimming on both front and back.
More advanced lessons are also available upon request, including instruction
on all four competitive swim strokes.
Monday 5-6 pm Beginners
Tuesday 11 am-Noon and 5-6 pm Intermediate
Wednesday 5-7 pm All Levels
Thursday 11 am-Noon and 5-6 pm Beginners
Friday 5-6 pm Intermediate
Saturday 10am-Noon All Levels
Water Walking
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 9-10 am
Coed Quads Water Volleyball
Ages 16+
September 10 – October 20:
Wednesday 8-9:30 pm
$30 per player
November 5 – December 17:
Wednesday 8-9:30 pm
$30 per player
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POOL PROGRAMS
Baby + Me
First session: August 25-October 17
Second session: October 27-December 19
Age Range: 6mo-2.5years
Minimum of 5 children with caregiver. Children must wear tight-fitting
water-appropriate swim diaper under bathing suit.
A fun and playful atmosphere is provided in which children can learn to be
comfortable in the water. They will learn to explore submerging
different body parts until comfortable completely submerged. Caregiver
and child will explore front and back buoyancy and balancing
independence with water safety.
Monday 10-11 am
Friday 10-11 am
SNAP (Special Needs Aquatics and Activities Program)
First session: August 25-October 17
Second session: October 27-December 19
SNAP aquatic programs will teach your child the fundamentals of
swimming. A one-on-one approach is taken to ensure your child is working
at a level that will promote growth. Our goal is to give children the ability to
preserve themselves if they should ever encounter a water crisis.
Monday and Thursday 7-7:45 pm
Wednesday 4:30-5:15 pm
Aquacize
Boost energy, strengthen your core and improve cardiovascular
fitness! The resistance of the water enhances aquatic exercise while
the buoyancy of the water reduces impact. This class is conducted in
chest-deep water and will include the use of equipment such as hand
buoys and a variety of movements.
Monday and Friday 7-8 am
Aqua Flex
This low-impact, low -intensity water exercise class focuses on strengthening muscles around joints, improving movement and balance and
increasing flexibility. The class includes stretching, traditional aquatic
exercises and water walking in chest-deep water. And you don't even
have to get your hair wet!
Wednesday 8-9:00 am
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM
PERSONAL
EMPOWERMENT AND
ACCOUNTABILITY
GROUP FOR
WOMEN
An innovative class to help
women break the patterns of
abusive relationships. Women
will learn the dynamics of power
and control and take personal
responsibility with changes to
create healthier, happier
relationships for themselves and
their children.
Wednesdays, 6-8 pm.
YWCA 604 Bldg., 604 N. 6th
Street
Childcare available at no charge.
(765) 423-4486
S.E.A.L.S Group
(Self-Esteem and Life
Skills)
Open to all children in the
community ages 6 years and
older
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM
Domestic Violence Intervention and Prevention Program
(DVIPP)
24-Hour Hotline:
765-423-1118
1-888-345-1118 toll free
Topics include conflict
resolution, problem solving,
bullying, safety, self-health and
getting to know yourself.
24-hour safe, confidential, emergency shelter for victims of
domestic violence.
Wednesdays 7-8 pm
Serves Tippecanoe, Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Warren &
White counties.
YWCA 604 Bldg., 604 N. 6th
Street
Contact Jade at 765-423-7029 to
register
24-hour hotline.
Assistance with protective orders and other legal advocacy
such as attorney referrals and emotional support during
proceedings and appointments.
Resources provided (with case management) to help
women find employment, housing, financial resources,
childcare, counseling, etc., in order to become selfsufficient.
Child advocacy and child abuse prevention education.
Free 9-1-1 cell phones for victims of domestic violence,
stalking and harassment.
Spanish-speaking staff available; para en español pregunte
por. Nohemí Lugo.
Support groups and classes, including groups in Spanish.
Parenting program in English and Spanish.
Educational presentations for adults, teens, children,
schools and groups.
Volunteer opportunities.
DVIPP Office, 604 N. 6th Street, Lafayette
9 am-4 pm, Monday-Friday, 765-423-4486
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM
REFLECTIONS
Self Esteem Support Group
Women 18+
Topics include self-esteem, selfforgiveness, positive attitudes,
positive self-talk, assertive
communication, managing
stress, letting go of destructive
behaviors, taking responsibility
and problem-solving strategies.
Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm
YWCA 604 Bldg., 604 N. 6th
Street
Facilitator: Penny Pava
Childcare provided at no charge.
REFLECTIONS GROUP
Open to all children in the
community ages 6 years and
older
Topics include respect, building
a positive self-image,
confidence, self health, and
getting to know yourself.
Thursdays, 7-8 pm
YWCA 604 Bldg., 604 N. 6th
Street
Contact Jade at 765-423-7029
to register.
TLC FAMILY
ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
This is a parenting support group
for men and women. We discuss a
variety of topics while providing
opportunities for parents,
guardians and grandparents to talk
to one another about their current
concerns. The classes are
child-focused and provide an
opportunity for parents to support
each other.
Tuesdays, 6:30-8 pm
YWCA 604 Bldg., 604 N. 6th Street
Any parent/guardian may join at
any time. Childcare provided at no
charge.
TLC ENRICHMENT GROUP
Open to all children in the
community ages 6 years and older
Topics include positive
relationships, building character,
family, communication and
feelings.
Tuesdays, 7-8 pm
YWCA 604 Bldg., 604 N. 6th Street
Contact Jade at 765-423-7029
to register.
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM
En Español - Spanish
Programs
REFLEXIONES
Ven a conocer a otras mujeres
hispanas de tu área. Podrás
compartir tus alegrías, tristezas y
logros con ellas. Podrás
obtener ayuda para los problemas
que puedas enfrentar. Hablaremos
acerca de la auto estima, relaciones
interpersonales, nuestras tradiciones
y cultura. Nos
reunimos el segundo y cuarto
miércoles de cada mes de 10 a
11:30 a.m. en las oficinas del DVIPP.
Se ofrece guardería para los niños
hasta los 6 años con previo aviso.
GRATIS
REFLEXIONES - FRANKFORT
Nos reunimos el primer jueves de
cada mes de 10:30 am a 12 pm en
las oficinas de United Way Frankfort.
GRATIS
ENRIQUECIMIENTO DE LA
FAMILIA/GRUPO PARA
PADRES
Le da a las mujeres y hombres
nuevas herramientas para disciplinar
a sus hijos, aumentar la auto estima
de los niños y mejorar la
comunicación entre la familia. Este
grupo se reúne dos horas por
semana. La clase dura siete
semanas. Necesita registrarse antes
del comienzo de la clase. GRATIS
Para ayuda en español
pregunte por Nohemí Lugo,
765-423-7003.
ON OUR OWN DIVORCE
SUPPORT GROUP FOR
WOMEN
For women who are recently
divorced, thinking about divorce or
have been divorced for a long time and
need a supportive environment.
The facilitator for this class is Penny
Pava. This class is designed to support
and deal with divorce. We will cover
topics essential to your recovery from
the hurt of separation or divorce.
New session begins September 9
12-week session
Tuesdays, 6-7:30 pm
YWCA 604 Bldg, 604 N. 6th Street
Childcare available at no charge.
You may join the group at any time.
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WOMEN’S CANCER PROGRAM
WOMEN’S CANCER
PROGRAM
Women’s Cancer
Program Office
The YWCA Women's
Cancer Program strives to
eliminate inequities in health
care experienced by many
women through removing
barriers and promoting
effective community-based
outreach, education and
referrals to appropriate
clinical services.
8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday
765-742-4375
1-800-770-9004 (toll-free)
* Mammograms, Pap tests
and other diagnostic
services/treatment related to
breast and cervical cancers
provided at no charge for
eligible women.
* Staff includes two Patient
Navigators who are
available to remove barriers
to receiving treatment.
* Program serves 23
Indiana counties.
* Transportation and
interpretation services for
medical appointments in
Tippecanoe County.
* Educational presentations.
* Para en español pregunte
por Adriana Cornejo.
The YWCA Women’s
Cancer Program is made
possible by funding from
the Avon Foundation
Breast Health Outreach
Program, United Way of
Greater Lafayette, the
Indiana State Department
of Health Breast and
Cervical Cancer Program,
Susan G. Komen for the
Cure Central Indiana, the
Indiana Breast Cancer
Awareness Trust, private
donations and fundraisers.
WOMEN’S CANCER
SUPPORT GROUP
This group is for women who
are survivors of all forms of
cancer. The group meets the
last Tuesday of each month
from 6:30-9 pm at the YWCA,
605 N. 6th Street,
Lafayette. NO MEETING IN
AUGUST OR DECEMBER.
For information, call
765-742-4375.
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DONATION FORM
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If you would like to donate by credit card on our website, visit
www.ywcalafayette.org/donate
Other payment options are listed below
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