Victory Family YMCA
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101 Long Green Boulevard
Yorktown, VA 23693 Get Directions
- Mon – Thu5:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
- Fri5:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
- Sat7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Sun1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The Victory Family YMCA, in collaboration with York County, improves the quality of community life by providing safe, fun programs for area teens, youth, children and families. All programs are designed to build strong moral values, personal wellness and fellowship.
Report includes stories and statistics about the impact we make in the communities we serve.
What's Happening at the Y
At the YMCA, we are MORE than a Gym…we are a CAUSE. We have many members in our community who have been affected by the “cause” and Mabel Day is one of those members. Her story is inspirational and you may find you can relate…
Mabel came to the Y on a three month trial membership and had no intentions of staying. During her trial, she had her blood tested by our Community Wellness Director; Franki Lampkin. Mabel has a family history of Diabetes and her blood test showed she was at risk.
Robin Moon, Director of Healthy Living, set Mabel up with a workout that improved her health and brought her blood sugars back to normal levels. Since then, Mabel has become a committed member and volunteer. In the short period of time she has made numerous friends, bonded with staff and calls the Victory Y “home.” Most recently Mabel helped to raise funds and awareness about our Annual Giving Campaign.
Mabel is a picture-perfect example of social responsibility and we are so happy that she has become a valued part of our YMCA Family!
Have a story you would like to share? Submit to Wendi Rawls today!
SCHOOL-AGE CHILD CARE
The YMCA School-Age program provides an environment where children can easily make friends, be part of a group, meet physical challenges, and know that they are liked, respected and appreciated. Our program offers youth the opportunity to have fun while learning healthy living through 5210 and science, technology, engineering and math through S.T.E.M. reading and arts activities.Learn More »