Mission Valley YMCA in the News!
Marines refurbish toby wells ymca
Councilmember Chris Cate and dozens of Marines from MCAS Miramar’s Single Marine Program dedicate a new area for kids and families at the Toby Wells YMCA in Kearny Mesa.
Some local marines are getting their hands dirty. They're planting a garden at the Toby Wells YMCA.
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on January 29, 2015
Alex Blackwell brought his “Captain’s Curse” monster truck to the Mission Valley YMCA on Thursday to encourage elementary school studentsto study science and technology.
Blackwell, who is here for Saturday’s Monster Jam at Petco Park, patiently answered student’s questions about his 10,000-pound, 10-foot-high truck that he said has been clocked at 76 miles per hour. Read more...
|— By Roger Showley, U-T San Diego, 9/6/14|
The downtown YMCA is closing after nearly 90 years with plans still uncertain for the future of the historic building where it is located. Read more
|Camp I Can has been held for 13 summers at the Toby Wells YMCA, and the camp needs help|
Reporter Greg Bledsoe visits Camp I Can at Toby Wells Y, a summer camp that helps children living with autism.
By Emily Sorensen, Pomerado News, 6/26/14
Kids across San Diego County are getting the opportunity to learn about horses, respecting animals and healthy living this summer at Blue Apple Ranch in Ramona.
Blue Apple Ranch, a 277-acre fully functioning ranch that rescues, rehabilitates and provides care for abused, mistreated and at-risk horses, is hosting seven week-long summer day camps for children from the Mission Valley YMCA. This is the fourth year the camps have been held. Read more
|YMCA Masters Swimmers Bring Home the Gold|
San Diego Swim Masters, many of whom train in the masters program at Mission Valley Y, took first place in the nation at the United States Masters Swimming Summer Nationals in Mission Viejo in August. — Laura Meldrum, August 2013
|Low-Impact Cardio Gives Many Benefits|
Mission Valley Y's Kari Lorraine Scott reminds us that low impact doesn't necessarily mean low intensity.— U-T San Diego, July 16, 2013
|Getting Healthy Begins with You |
Our Kelly Ostrem spoke to the Mission Valley News about ways to get healthier and take advantage of the programs we offer here at the Y.— Mission Valley News, July 2013
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