YMCA youth sports encourage and promote healthy kids, families and communities by placing a priority on family involvement and healthy competition.

YOUTH SPORTS

 

Youth Basketball
Participants will learn the fundamentals of the game of basketball on a smaller court and lower goals in our kids gymnasium.

Each player receives a team jersey and a trophy will be presented at the end of the season
 

 

Our season will be October 22 - December 14

 

$25 - YMCA members
$40 - program participants

Volunteer Coaches are needed!

Contact Brett Clayton

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We teach the fundamentals and also build character by emphasizing teamwork and good sportsmanship. Experience is not required. Pick up or download a Volunteer application (including Confidentiality policy and a Background Check Authorization form) at Member Services and be sure to indicate Youth Sports.

 

YOUTH SPORTS SPONSORSHIP

For over 25 years, the Henderson Family YMCA has been the starting point for many youth to learn about becoming and staying active as well as developing healthy habits they’ll carry with them throughout their lives. We enjoy the excitement and passion around sports programs that create a healthy outlet for children to gain new skills, develop a sense of team and connect with positive role models.

The youth sports programs currently being offered at the YMCA are boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, soccer, t-ball, and a volleyball clinic. The cost of team shirts, trophies, equipment, officials and staff are all expenses that we have to cover each sports season.

We cannot accomplish this alone. The Y depends upon the kindness and compassion of volunteers and sponsors to continue the success of our youth sports programs.

For our sponsors this is a great way to market your business and simultaneously provide quality youth programs for our community. As a charitable, non-profit organization, donations to the YMCA are all tax-deductible. On behalf of all our young athletes, we thank you!

For more info about sponsorships contact Paul Ross.