The Gallatin Valley YMCA is at it again. Providing endless fun for our community with little to no cost. The YMCA has been known for many many years as the "go to" for all age activities, from sports, to team building, to classes for all ages, they have always given the impression, "community first".

The time has come for spring and summer activities to start. That begins with registration. The GV YMCA is hosting, once again, their Youth Flag Football League. The league goes from April 18th through June 4th. Registration is OPEN NOW and you have until the end of the month to get registered, March 30th to be exact.

There are so many wonderful things about the GV YMCA, and one thing for sure they are thankful for is all of their generous sponsors. Because of those sponsors, Gallatin Valley YMCA never turns anyone away for inability to pay. Everyone is welcome, making the Gallatin Valley YMCA one of the most respected nonprofits in the community and even throughout the nation.

This particular Flag Football League is for ages K-5th grade. If you are looking for something for your kiddo to do this spring, release some of that built up energy, and learn the true meaning of "teamwork", this program is exactly what you are looking for.

How can you sign up? It is so simple, click here and you will be brought right to where you need to be. We like to make things as easy as we can for you. Especially after a long day, we get it.

Photo by Ben Hershey on Unsplash
Photo by Ben Hershey on Unsplash
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You can also contact Mike Collins, Sports & Recreation Director, at sportsdir@gallatinvalleyymca.org.

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