San Diegans can give back to their community at the YMCA. The season is a top "time for giving."
Youth aged 5 to 17 on the Fall rosters for soccer and basketball took their lat Fall step on the field, and, finished learning to be good winners, and losers, and, as a team, show goodwill to the other teams. Ten weeks spending minutes on a San Diego coach's clock gave the boys an girls enough to do. Their marks were mae in the noncokmpetitive sports the young ones play and the competetive sports teenagers take a community field to play.
Youth, any young local, no matter their skill, can look forward to more time after Christmas to work on developing their skill. December is a time to relax, and wonder what is in packed boxes.
Any one can keep in shape through Christmas using the Mission Valley YMCA pool to do the fitness workout steps in the H2O and Aquafit classes taught the days of the week.
The joy of joining a list of young San Diegans makes the deal the YMCA makes with a community no ordinary one. For Christmas, gifts make their appearances. Donators used the days started November 15th to do their share in making clear the YMCA stands for giving back. Their unwrapped gifts dropped off at YMCAs across the city all land in a child's hands. Copley YMCA on Landis STreet leads work welcoming the many families with childrren and infants waiting for a gift.
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