Y Talk

Beat the Heat by Brittany Rose

posted by Michelle Bell | 8/15/2018

Even though camp season has ended, we are in for a string of very warm days and I want to be sure parents, families and…

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Saying Good-bye by Courtney Crowl

posted by Michelle Bell | 8/08/2018

I’ve enjoyed working for the Carlisle Family YMCA over the past three years. I’ve been very fortunate to have a job…

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Youth Programs at the Y by Brittany Nissley

posted by Michelle Bell | 7/13/2018

The Carlisle Family YMCA offers a variety of programs, events, classes and more for both children and adults in our community.…

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We’re So Close to Building a Great New Y! by Cate Mellen

posted by Michelle Bell | 7/11/2018

The Y is committed to Carlisle. Since 1859, we’ve been in the heart of the community, accessible to all who want to…

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Zones of Safety by Justin Rose

posted by Michelle Bell | 7/03/2018

As the Fourth of July approached, I started noticing fireworks stands popping up around town. Nothing unusual, except…

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Health, Fitness and Technology: Where did we come from and where are we headed? By Jay Cattron

posted by Michelle Bell | 6/20/2018

Let’s face it, technology has changed the way the world works and operates. Anything can be bought, taught and sought…

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Car Problems by Amy Herd

posted by Michelle Bell | 6/13/2018

The time had finally come. I had to get a new vehicle. I was totally dreading doing this. My Pathfinder and I had been…

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Keep Your Kids Safe in and around Water this Summer by Tara Young

posted by Michelle Bell | 4/25/2018

There is a list of basic life skills all parents instinctively know they must teach their children to keep them safe…

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An Interview with Peg Owen by Jeanna Som

posted by Michelle Bell | 3/21/2018

Recently, I sat down with the Carlisle Family YMCA’s first female program employee, Peg Owen.

1968 was a remarkable…

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Losing My Marbles by Michelle Bell

posted by Michelle Bell | 3/13/2018

I am a very visual person. I can’t see things until I can actually see them, if that makes any sense. When we were building…

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