Dow Bay Area Family Y and Saginaw Y Team Up for Olympic Day
[Bay City, June 18, 2012]– On July 27, the entire world will turn attention to a spectacle that has captivated audiences for centuries. On June 30, all youth in the Great Lakes Bay Region will get a taste of what the Olympics are about. This free event, Olympic Day, will showcase some of the regions past Olympians, and will offer events, games, and prizes for all members of the community.
The Saginaw YMCA and Dow Bay Area Family Y– leading nonprofits that strengthen community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility – offer an exciting array of activities and competition, a day that is sure to be an exciting time for the whole family. The event will be at the Saginaw Valley State University Ryder Center, beginning at 9:00am in the morning, and ending at the Ryder Center at 11:00am. Separate activities will be held at each individual location, both Bay City and Saginaw at each YMCA facility, with more games, camps, and all types of adventure and summer fun! Area college athletes will be on location, playing games, giving pointers, and enjoying physical activities with all youth. .
“This will be an exciting event that will capture the extraordinary spirit of the Summer Olympics,” Tammy Brinkman, CEO/Executive Director of the Dow Bay Area Family Y said, “This is an incredible opportunity for all families that live in the Bay Region to talk to and learn from those who are the very best at their individual life passion.”
The Dow Bay Area Family Y is located at 225 Washington Ave. in Bay City. The YMCA of Saginaw is located at 1915 Fordney St. in Saginaw. Each location will be doing a site-specific event from 1:00pm-3:00pm, with games and more activities.
Don’t miss out on a FREE, exciting event that will be enjoyed by all families in the Great Lakes Bay Region!