Winter Session 1 Programs
Monday, January 6th
Lower Level Wellness Center Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5HDXZ3Q
Dear Streator Family YMCA –
As you know, we will now be reassessing the situation on May 31st as we are following current government guidelines. While we hope to have good news at the end of the month, we do not know exactly when we will be able to reopen. We have continued to work on updates for the facility for when we are finally able to reopen.
Membership Account Status
We continue to put anyone’s membership on hold by request. However, if you are willing and able to keep your membership active, we are asking your consideration in doing so as a donation to the Y. Your support allows our Y to continue to maintain and operate our facility.
Membership Hold Requests may be made through email by contacting [email protected] Unfortunately, we have been closed longer than ever anticipated and any questions or concerns about April membership dues may also be asked through this email.
We are currently renovating parts of our Lower Level Wellness Center. We are in the initial stages and will post updates as we have them. We are also looking for feedback about this space. Please find a quick survey using the following link:
We will post updates on our Facebook Page as we progress through this project.
New Membership Software – ReClique Core
- Will allow for Membership Check Ins through your phone
- Improved Child Watch Check-In
- Better Access to Online Account Information like Check-Ins, Program Info, etc…
Updated Website coming Mid-May
- Will allow for easier online program registration
- Improved Group Exercise Scheduling
Women’s Locker Room Updates
Bottle Filler added to Drinking Fountain in Wellness Center
New Mats for Group Exercise Classes
Leaking Toilets and various downstairs wellness center plumbing issues have also been fixed.
Hopefully everyone has had a chance to utilize our virtual class options.
Check out the Streator YMCA Health and Wellness Facebook Page for virtual classes from your favorite YMCA Group Exercise Instructors.
Y360: https://ymca360.org/ Classes include: Yoga, Kid's Activties, Bootcamp, Barre, Active Older Adults, Cycle, Weightlifting, Tai Chi, Youth Soccer, Y Box, and Youth Sports Performance.
SilverSneakers On Demand (for SilverSneakers Members):
SilverSneakers Facebook Page: facebook.com/silversneakers
Everyone registered for Youth Indoor Soccer has received a credit on their account for the program. If you need a refund or would like to switch to T-Ball or Outdoor Soccer please email [email protected] Decisions have yet to be made about either of these leagues. If you would like to be added to a T-Ball interest list, please email Alex at [email protected]
Unfortunately, the Memorial Day 5k and Kid’s Color Dash is cancelled for this year. We are working on a Virtual 5k and will post information as soon as it is available.
Since the stay at home order has been issued, we have not had anyone consistently at the phone at the Y and have someone check messages every few days. For a quicker response time, please email the following regarding any questions.
Any Facility Questions, Health and Wellness or Sports League Questions please contact Alex at [email protected]
Any Membership Questions please contact [email protected]
Any Childcare or Youth Program questions please contact [email protected]
We appreciate your support and understanding during this unusual time. Please keep an eye on our Facebook Page and website for further updates. We can’t wait to see all of you again!
Streator Family YMCA
At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive.
- Winter Session 1 programing begins Monday, January 6th.
The Streator Family YMCA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to providing spiritual, mental, physical development and leadership opportunities consistent with Christian values for members and constituents through excellence in programs, services, and facilities.
Caring - demonstrating a sincere concern for others, their needs, and their well-being
Honesty - telling the truth and demonstrating reliability and trustworthiness
Respect - treating others as we would want to be treated and valuing the worth of every person
Responsibility - doing what is right and being accountable for choices and actions
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.
Youth Development: nurturing the potential of every child and teen,
Healthy Living: improving our community's health in spirit, mind, & body,
Social Responsibility: giving back and providing support to our neighbors.
Help Us Grow
Here at the Streator Family YMCA we are always looking feedback on our programs and membership. Please take the time to fill out the following quick survey as we look to continue to improve here at the Y.