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With more than 2,600 YMCA is one of the largest nonprofit community service organizations in America that works to meet the health and human service needs of more than 20 million men, women and children in nearly 10,000 communities. YMCAs are at the heart of community life since 42 million families and 72 million households are located within three miles of a YMCA. YMCA stands for Young Men's Christian Association. From its start more than 150 years ago, when George Williams founded the YMCA as a substitute Bible study and prayer for life on the streets, the YMCA was unusual because it crossed the lines that separated all the different social classes in England. YMCAs offer its members a variety of programs that include adventure guides, aquatics, arts and humanities, camping, child care, community development, family, health and fitness, older adults, SCUBA, sports and teen leadership. YMCA has a location in Fishers, Ind.

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Fishers Branch YMCA
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They misscomunicated with a loyal member about an employment opportunity and one who supports their great cause, their good employees, and supporting an employee who had a medical issue and encouraged the person to take advantage on their VA benefits!



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Bad Summer Camp beware

The summer program/camp they run at the Fishers YMCA is what I deem as an accident waiting to happen. For the entire summer they will allow your child run wild with minimual supervison (handful of teenagers for 50 or so kids) through the woods located behind (north) of the building. I have seen children in the woods in rain, storms, 90+ degree weather for almost the entire day. Oh sure they'll tell you we bring them in if its storming or we bring them in to swim and stuff but I have personally witnessed them in the woods during storms and if they bring them in for swimming or other activities it is only 1-2 hours max. That woods if you walk through it is full of raccoon stuff that comes out of the rear (whats up with the website not letting you say nicely what that is??) and one end is marshy and full of all sorts of varmints. You couldn't pay me to enroll my children in this program but that's just my opinion.

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