A Healthy Place to Thrive
Greenland, NH (September 28, 2016) As part of an ongoing effort to provide healthy after school options for local children, the YMCA of the Seacoast is pleased to announce the opening of the Y’s School’s Out Program (SOP) at Camp Gundalow in Greenland. “We’re excited to be able to offer this service for local families,” said Alyssa Campbell, Childcare Director of the new program. “This program is a great way for kids to make friends and enjoy fun, physical activity in a safe, structured environment. Staffed by caring and trained YMCA child care professionals, SOP at Camp Gundalow offers a wide range of activities including supervised homework time, physical fitness, arts & crafts, and STEAM activities (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) with a variety of enrichment activities. The program is open to children K-8 th grade. Families who participate in the program will also be able to register for sports classes, health & wellness activities, and family programs located at the YMCA of the Seacoast. Ms. Campbell said that bus transportation from Greenland Central School to the program will be provided daily and full and part-time options are available. The program will also be open during school vacations, workshop days and early dismissal days. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. State assistance is also accepted. The Schools Out Program at Camp Gundalow is fully operational and currently enrolling new students. For information or to take a tour, please contact Ms. Campbell at 603.431.2334 ext. 2556 or via email at email@example.com. The program is located at 176 Tuttle Lane in Greenland.
About The Granite YMCA:
As one of the state’s longest standing and most enduring non-profits, The Granite YMCA focuses on youth development, healthy living, social responsibility, and family strengthening. Across the state, its six branches engage 30,000 men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to improve their health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. In 2015, The Granite YMCA provided financial assistance and free services valued at $1.55 million to 19,488 individuals. To learn more, please visit www.graniteymca.org