05-24-2011 08:49 AM CET - Health & Medicine

YMCA Moves to New Facility, Boosting Community Benefits

Press release from: YMCA of Greater Nashua

Stadium Drive New Home to Long Awaited YMCA

Nashua, NH, May 21, 2011: The YMCA of Greater Nashua, a charitable not-for-profit community active health center for children and adults is pleased to announce its moving to a new location! The Grand Opening ceremony will take place on Saturday May 21st at 24 Stadium drive in Nashua. The YMCA’s mission is to improve and support the community’s health and spirit by nurturing the potential of children and teens.

“Building a modernized YMCA has been a goal for us for a long time, seeing it finally come to life is beyond rewarding for the organization as well as the community” said Michael LaChance, CEO of YMCA Nashua. “The Greater Nashua community will enjoy the benefits of a very valuable area organization.

The new YMCA features a 6 lane lap swimming pool; a family pool complete with a water slide; an indoor outdoor playground; a family and special needs changing area; brand new strength and cardio equipment complete with touch screen technology; two studios for group exercise, martial arts, and dance; social areas near the fireplace; and so much more! To learn more about all the incredible features of the new Y, as well as other information please visit the Greater Nashua YMCA website at www.nmymca.org

The YMCA is a private not-for-profit organization governed by a local board of directors (volunteers) providing programs and services determined to meet the needs of individuals in local communities. Although the organization employs more than 200 local residents (300 in the summer), it is still volunteer led and driven. Last year more than 1,000 individuals volunteered their time at the YMCA to serve others.


24 Stadium Drive
Nashua, NH

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