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YMCA OF CASS AND CLAY COUNTIES

Exclusive coupons and discounts for summer camp, YMCA memberships and more will be provided.
YMCA's throughout the country hold similar events to call for increased funding for programs.
The lunch is open to those 60 and over.
No registration is required to receive meals, which are available at sites in Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo.

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The fitness industry in the U.S. took a major hit in terms of club closures and jobs lost during the COVID-19 pandemic. F-M outlets weren't immune to some of that pain, though memberships are reviving.
FARGO — When the coronavirus pandemic reached the national emergency status, facilities around the country shut their doors in order to help flatten the curve and keep their communities safe. While many businesses are starting to open back up again, those high-traffic, high-respiratory-droplet facilities had to do some major thinking when it came to protecting the health of both workers and patrons alike.
FARGO — The YMCA of Cass and Clay counties is providing meals and snacks to kids during the COVID-19 outbreak beginning Monday, April 13, in partnership with the state of North Dakota and U.S. Department of Agriculture.
FARGO — The YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties is launching "Adulting 101," a class series for young adults who are seeking basic skills to become more responsible and self-sufficient individuals who handle life’s little needs and emergencies with skill and purpose.
FARGO — The YMCA is hosting a youth 1K run on Thursday, Oct. 17, as part of the Lights on Afterschool Project.
FARGO —The YMCA is hosting a self-defense course from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24. The class will take place at the YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties, 400 1st Ave. S.

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DILWORTH — About 30 families are affected by changes to an after-school YMCA program that is moving from Dilworth to the downtown Fargo Fercho Branch.
In response to a Forum article recently published titled, “ North Dakota has the highest rate of young kids not in school. Does it matter?” We know that yes, it does matter.
FARGO — A freewill donation lunch will be available for older adults on weekdays through Aug. 21.

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