The YMCA NSW (Y NSW) and Camden Council have introduced the reappointment of the Y as supervisor of the Mount Annan Leisure Centre and Camden Battle Memorial Pool till a minimum of 2023.
The Y NSW was chosen as the continuing operator following a aggressive tender bid and secured a two-year contract with an non-compulsory one-year extension. Government Chief of Enterprise Supply Brooke Atkins stated the Y was thrilled to proceed enriching and connecting the lives of Camden residents by way of its longstanding partnership with Council.
Atkins suggested “The Y NSW has been a part of the Camden group now for 13 years. We’re so grateful for this vote of confidence, permitting us to proceed constructing on our robust monitor document to ship various, inclusive programming from these two actually excellent amenities.
“Mount Annan Leisure Centre (MALC) is sort of a second house to many within the Camden group. We all know this as a result of our member return fee was 30% above trade common following our reopening final 12 months. Though our doorways are closed as soon as once more as a result of newest Higher Sydney lockdown, we are able to’t wait to welcome our loyal Y household again and kick off new and refreshed actions that empower everybody to reside their greatest wholesome and linked lives.”
Mayor of Camden, Therese Fedeli, stated she was proud the group had such an amazing facility to take pleasure in and added “Mount Annan Leisure Centre is beloved by many, which is a testomony to the ability itself and in addition how it’s run.
“Council appears to be like ahead to persevering with to work with the Y to serve our unbelievable group.”
As a not-for-profit organisation, the Y NSW invests 50% of all income into group packages and benevolent work. Over the following twelve months, this funding will embrace $80,000 in direction of working Uplift and Streetgym – free wellness packages geared toward lowering the rising charges of psychological well being misery amongst younger folks. Each packages are facilitated by MALC’s personal certified Y NSW youth employee and health instructors. Late-Evening Basketball and Late-Evening Volleyball will even return to offer free, wholesome and lively avenues for locals to attach within the area.
Regardless of the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Y achieved a number of milestones within the final 12 months, together with five-star Royal Life Saving Audit scores for each amenities, and record-breaking swimming lesson enrolments recorded in February 2020 at MALC.
Whereas MALC is closed in keeping with the Higher Sydney lockdown and Camden Pool is closed for the season, the group is invited to attach and keep lively on-line. Free sources, video exercises and ideas can be found free of charge on the Y At Home
For details about memberships and packages at MALC go to ymcansw.org.au/centres/mount-annan-leisure-centre/
For details about aquatics programming and memberships at Camden Pool go to ymcansw.org.au/centres/camden-war-memorial-pool/
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