The Hopkins County Family YMCA

The two locations of the Hopkins County Family YMCA serve more than 9,000 members and program participants in Hopkins County. The YMCA is the largest provider of child care in our community, serving more than 250 children daily in 3 locations with preschool, before and after school care, holiday camps and summer camps. 35% of our participants receive some sort of fee assistance. In 2011, we helped more than 4,700 individuals to learn, grow and thrive thanks to $540,000 in free, subsidized or sponsored programs and services.

 

 

 

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Only 9 Memorial Blocks Left for 9/11 Heroes Run Finish Line Truss!

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In preparation for this September’s second annual 9/11 Heroes Run, a unique opportunity is available for the community to honor and remember their loved ones who are past or present First Responders, Service Members and Veterans.   

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Madisonville 9/11 Heroes Run to Honor Purple Heart Medal Recipients

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On September 6, the Travis Manion Foundation will host a 5K race in Madisonville to unite the community to remember the sacrifices of the heroes of the September 11th attacks and in the wars since and all first responders, service members and veterans. In its seventh year, the 9/11 Heroes Run will put on a series of races in more than 50 locations across U.S. and abroad.  2014 marks the second year of the race being held in Madisonville.  Last year’s event attracted over 1,000 people to downtown Madisonville, and is on track to surpass that number in 2014.

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Registration Now Open for Annual 9/11 Heroes Run in Downtown Madisonville

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Madisonville will once again host the Annual 9/11 Heroes Run to honor the heroes of the September 11th attacks.  Registration is now open for the 5k race and one-mile fun run/walk that will take place on Saturday, September 6th.  The Opening Ceremony begins at 7:30 PM at the Hopkins County Justice Center and the race will start at 8 PM at the corner of East Center and Franklin Streets.

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