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  • YMCA baseball clinic set for this weekend

     The Montgomery County Family YMCA, in cooperation with the City of Red Oak Park & Tree Board, will be offering its annual YMCA 3rd – 8th Grade Boys Baseball Camps this upcoming weekend of March 28 and 29. 

  • USTA continues to recognize YMCA’s work

    The United States Tennis Association, the Missouri Valley Tennis Association (states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Greater St. Louis & Greater Kansas City area) and the Iowa Tennis Association recently released and recognized  the dedicated work of the Red Oak community to promote the game of tennis, through volunteerism, leadership, development, and promotion for the sport for youth to adults of all ages and playing abilities with the United States Tennis Association (USTA).

  • Walker, Bergren win at Shamrock Shuffle

     The Montgomery County Family YMCA and the Friends Of The Red Oak Trails coordinated the second Shamrock Shuffle Saturday. This year’s event drew more than 50 participants that competed in either the 5K event or the 1-mile Leprechaun Lap. 

    This year’s event was sponsored by Fareway of Red Oak, Metaling In Art, Red Oak Country Club and Red Oak Glass & Awning. 

  • YMCA to hold Tri-Star skills contest

    RED OAK — The Red Oak Optimist Club will be having their annual TRI-STAR Basketball Skills Contest on Wednesday, Jan. 7. This contest is open to any boy or girl, 8 – 13 years of age and will take place at the Montgomery County Family YMCA.

     This year’s contest will take place between 5– 6 p.m. in the YMCA’s gym. 

  • YMCA hosts tennis clinic

     The Montgomery County Family YMCA will be hosting the fourth Annual Holiday Varsity Tennis Drill Clinic conducted by Rick Halverson, the head coach of the men’s and women’s tennis teams at Buena Vista University (BVU). The clinic will take place Saturday, Jan. 10.

  • YMCA youth and tennis lessons scheduled to start next week

     The Montgomery County Family YMCA will be offering a mini-session of Youth & Adult Group tennis lessons during the last week of November and the first three weeks of December. 

    These group lessons will be taught by local instructor Rudy Kinard and will last three weeks. 

    Kinard has an extensive background in teaching tennis to all age groups.  

  • Basketball clinics continue at YMCA

     The Montgomery County Family YMCA, in cooperation with Red Oak girls varsity Basketball coach, Dan Martinez, hosted a 3rd–6th Grade Girls Basketball Clinic Saturday.

  • Member free tennis starts soon at YMCA

     The Montgomery County Family YMCA will once again be offering “Member Free Tennis” on Sunday afternoons beginning Sunday, Nov. 16.

    Two tennis courts will be set aside each Sunday afternoon from 4–6 p.m. to allow Y members the opportunity to play tennis at no charge. Members may only reserve court time for half an hour at the front desk on Sunday afternoons. YMCA members may have a non-member play with them but the non-member will have to pay a small fee to participate.   

  • YMCA begins registration for youth wrestling season

     Registration for the 2014-15 youth wrestling season is under way for interested area youth in preschool through 6th grades. 

    There is no cost to participate and the program is open to members and non-members of the YMCA, courtesy of the Jordan Vannausdle Athletic Association. 

  • YMCA basketball programs starting soon

     The youth basketball programs will be starting at the Montgomery County Family YMCA over the next couple of weeks.

    The 3rd-6th grade YMCA basketball program will be starting soon.

    The early bird registration deadline is Nov. 2. There will be a discount on the fees. 

    The regular registration deadline is Nov. 9 and a coaches/volunteer meeting will be Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m.