James Family Prescott YMCA

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Safety, Assurance and Enrichment Found in the Y’s Afterschool Program

As another summer winds down and a new school year is on the horizon, the James Family Prescott YMCA wants to remind parents and caregivers that the Y’s afterschool program is a place where children can remain active, learning and engaged during their time out of school – a critical time for all school-age children.

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Community Organizations Come Together for a Day of Fun and Meaning

Photo: Brieanna King along with team members from the Arizona Wranglers were at the inaugural basketball tournament MATFORCE, a primary prevention organization focused on stopping youth drug use before it starts, partnered with the James Family Prescott YMCA, Town of Prescott Valley, and Dignity Health | Yavapai Regional Medical Center to host a 3-on-3 basketball

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Partnering to Make a Difference in our Community! 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

The James Family Prescott YMCA is organizing the 1st Inaugural Mtn Valley Family 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament, Saturday, May 15, Mountain Valley Park, Prescott Valley. This FREE event is for the entire family. Coed, age groups 12U, 14U, 17U &  18+. Staff and volunteers from the YMCA and Matforce will be working together to

Health

Take Charge of Heart Health During American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and following decreased physical activity due to COVID-19, the James Family Prescott YMCA urges everyone in the Quad Cities to get a blood pressure screening. Revised blood pressure guidelines from American Heart Association mean that nearly half of all Americans (46 percent) have high blood pressure. High blood pressure is

Health

Know the Risks: November is National Diabetes Awareness Month

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and a time for all Quad City residents to assess their risk for developing prediabetes or type 2 diabetes. Currently, of the 84 million people with prediabetes only 10 percent know they have the condition. In addition to the high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, people with prediabetes

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