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Door County YMCA doing well with aquatic programs

The Door County YMCA is once again seeing their aquatic program offerings fill up quickly. This year they currently have 140 kids enrolled in their swim lessons. The Dolphin Club program, which serves as the bridge between swim lessons and the swim team is currently full. Director of Competitive Swimming at the Door County YMCA Mike McHugh says that the Dolphin Club has done very well in keeping kids involved in swimming even though they may not be able to swim in meets quite yet. The YMCA also offers aquatic programs for adults that primarily focus on hip movements and improving hip motion. McHugh also says that they have a variety of programs with different characteristics and intensities to help offer individuals what they are looking for.

 

 

If you are a YMCA member a number of classes are offered free of charge, and anyone in the general public is welcome to participate as a guest but will have to pay a fee. 

 

For the entire conversation with Mike McHugh, head over to the “Podcasts” tab on doorcountydailynews.com and it will be under the “Y Wednesdays” category.

 

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