What's happening at your Cass County Family Y?
Classes beginning October 6th, 2016
The YMCA Tae Kwon Do classes provide a unique and challenging opportunity for individuals to have fun while getting a good physical work-out. Tae Kwon Do is a Korean Martial Art that promotes a healthy mind and body through vigorous mental and physical exercise. Classes help students develop flexibility, strength and endurance, while also focusing on increasing self-esteem, respect, concentration, and discipline.
Now Taking Registrations!
Respect & Obedience
Where to register:
Cass County Family Y
905 E Broadway
Logansport, IN 46947
Where classes will be held:
McFarland's Taekwondo Family
508 S Cicott St.
Logansport, IN 46947
OCTOBER 6th - NOVEMBER 10th
Cost: $25 Member / $40 Non-Member
*Uniform Cost $55 (Optional)
**Clothing Required– Sweatpants,
T-shirt and Athletic Shoes.
***Belts will be provided.
Pet Supply Drive/Joiner Fee Waiver
Looking for a joiner fee waiver? Get a joiner fee waiver worth up to $50 in exchange for a donation for the Cass County Humane Society between September 1st and 20th.
The Human Society is in need of cat litter, paper towels, bleach, Comet Cleaner, copy paper, dog collars, cleaning supplies, laundry soap, and money for medications. They aren't in need of much food at the moment, so concentrate on the non-perishable supplies instead.
Bring your donations to the Cass County Family Y for your waiver!
POOL OPENING AT 5:30AM THURSDAY, AUGUST 18!
Great news! The facilities team worked extra hard and got the pool ready for you a full day ahead of schedule! We'll be opening the pool at 5:30am on Thursday, August 18th.
Local Hero Wins Free Membership
The next time you see Cass County Sheriff’s Deputy Gary Armstrong, congratulate him on winning the 2016 Cass County Family Y’s Local Hero Contest! He was nominated by his daughter Karli. I’ll let her do all the talking:
Karli says of her father: “ From saving me from spiders or childhood nightmares to saving Cass County from all the bad guys, Gary Armstrong has always been a true superhero. He’s been in law enforcement for over 25 years and has been changing lives ever since he first put on a uniform. One of the most admirable qualities my father has is he’s always helping others, even when he’s not wearing his badge. There have been countless times where we’ve been out as a family while he’s off duty, and he has pulled over to help someone having car troubles or some other kind of difficulty. He’s always willing to put his life on hold to help others. He faces a chance of not coming home every time he puts a uniform on, but he never fails to put others in front of him anyways. With everything that’s been going on in the world lately, it’s important that we still show support and appreciation for all of the hard-working officers out there. Gary Armstrong is an accurate representation of what a real superhero should be.”
We couldn’t agree more, Gary! So, come on in and claim your prize: A free year of membership to the Cass County Family Y! And thank you for your service.