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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 16- LETHBRIDGE FAMILY Y WINTER AND SPRING PROGRAMS STARTING JANUARY 10th, 1972 PRE SCHOOL EDUCATION KINDER GYM Age: 4 and 5 year olds Begins: January 10, 7 972 Days: Monday, Wednesday and Friday ACTIVITIES AND TIMES Gym i Swim: 10-30 CrafH Fiei: Members Non Member! OBJECTIVES "We can see a child walk and climb but we cannot see him think." This program is not designed to make miniature athleles, rather it is designed 10 assist the child meet a problem and solve it, using hand or body and eye co-ordination and motor development. Through the media of non structured physical activity (Gym and Swiml each child is encouraged lo explore in his own level of awareness and ability, what is up or down, over and under, depth and height, left from righi and to react socially with children his own age. DIAPER GYM SPECIAL PROGRAM Begins: January llth Days: Tuesday and Thursday ACTIVITIES and TIMES (a) Gym (b) Pool Fees: Member. Non Members 1. Mothers requested to be in pool area 2. Babysitting services will be available 1. Mothers ore requested to be in lhe gym and pool with iheir child 2. Babysitting services ore avail- able Additional Diaper Gym and Swim will be added if needed. Tuesday and Thursday Afternoon. Age: Walking to 3 years old Begins: January 10, 1972 Days: Monday and Wedneiday ACTIVITIES and TIMES Gym: Swim: Fees; Members Non Memben YOUTH PROGRAM GYMNASTICS BEGINNERS A lead up program lo competitive gymnaslici with emphasis on tumbling and vaulting skills. Class meets Fridays at GYM TEAM A program of gymnastic designed to advance gymnasts h) the corn- competitive level. Skills are laught on all apparatus with emphasis on the all- round gymnast. CLASS MEETS: Boy i Tuesday Girls Wedneiday Co-Ed Saturday YOUTH COMPETITIVE SPORTS Designed for the 12-15 year age group this program introduces members to both team and individual sports, (i.e. basketball, volleyball, court games) CLASS MEETS: Friday 7-30 LACROSSE La Crossa, a truly North American Sport and' once declared Canada's National Game is making a comeback on rhe Canadian Sports scene. The Leihbridgtj Family "Y" would like lo introduce rhe boiic skills of this sport to it's members, if successful plan to enter a representative team in the pro- vincial league, AGE GROUP: TIME: To Be Announced 6 AND 7 YR. CO-ED GYM AND SWIM A package program of gymnasium activities and swim instruction for boys and girls in the 6 and 7 year age group. A small group, movement education approach is Used to maximise growth, socially and physically. Maximum Meet either Monday, Tuesday or Thursday Time: p.m. 8-12 YEAR TRIANGLE CLUB A three phase program which incorporates, gym, and club group activities, thus providing opportunities for growth toward the total person. B yr. Boyt Saturday 8 yr. Girls Saturday 9 and 10 yr. Saturday 9 and 10 yr. Girl. Saturday 11 and 12 yr. Boys Safuroay 11 and 12 yr. Girls Saturday The swim following the Gym classes is purely recreational and should not be confused wilh instructional classes. YOUTH SWIM INSTRUCTION The Y.M.C.A. 5 stage swim achievement tests are used in this small group approach to swimming. Maximum of 2 sludenlj pe-r class insures close Inslructor- pupjl relationship Day and Time: Dependent on stage level are only limited openings left at all stage levels so Register Now JUNIOR LEADERS The Y.M.C.A.'s strength has always been its development of Lay Leaders. The Junior leader Corps, for those members in the 12 15 yr. oge range is rhe first step in a progressive program of leadership training. Though primarily skill oriented theory sessions include sensitivity training, group processes and practical leaching experience. Class Meets: Thursday (Co-Ed) JUDO Ono of ihe Lethbridge Family "Y's" most successful programs is the Japanese originated Sport oF Judo, Under the guidence of Mr. Yosh Senda 6th degree blactr beff program has grown to where we are on a waiting list Only registra- tion basis. STAFF K. W. Spence General Secretary; D. Aaien Physical Education Director; V. Reid program Director; 5. Park Altlitant Physical Director; D. Snell Assistant Physical Director. For information on any of the offered for 1972 and regisfra- tion information contact the Lethbridge Family TP. 32B-7771 RECREATIONAL SWIMS A chance to practice skill) experienced in rhe instructional program or juit to fun swimming with friends is offered on: Wedneiday Friday Saturday FAMILY SWIM Bring Mom and Dod, sisters or brothers for a swim at Ihe "Y" tn your guest. Make the "Y" your headquarters for family fun. Parenti must accompany any children 7 and under. Family Swimi Thursday Saturday No. 1 No. 2 ADULT FITNESS high degree of physical MEN'S WOMEN CO-ED Time out for fitness You lose what you don't uie Does your heart work overtime? PURPOSE To build and retain a high level of positive health sufficient to perform our daily living tasks without being hampered by the efficiency restricting factors of low energy, tension, poor endurance, frequent disability, low morale, loss of zest and interest all of which are compatible with lack of regular muscular activity of the right kind GENERAL OBJECTIVES 1. Improve heart circulatory efficiency 2. Build strength and flexibility i.e. lusl formnnce agility [physiological youth) 3. Increase physical and emotional health 4. Develop muscular endurance 5. Eliminate fatigue 6. Decrease tensions through the release afforded by muscular activity 7. Control body weight and thus sustain physical efficiency, suitable appear- ance and a high slate of positive health Though the (raining programs are progressive in nature of all oga categories, il is impor'int that those members who not passed a proper medical examination (and been cleared for exercise) within the past six mon'hs should orronpe For such on examination before beginning training. MEN'S FITNESS Monday, Wednesday and Friday 12 noon 1 p.m. or Monday, Wednesday and Friday 6.-30 or Tuesday p.m. NOTE: Each session shall Include one half hour of conditioning fallowed by one half hour of recreational volleyball LADIES FITNESS Monday, Wednesday and Friday p.m. or Tuesday and Thursday a.m. 12 noon NOTE: Each session shall include a one hour keep fi'f optional one hour free swim. or Monday and Wednesday p.m. NOTE: This session shall include a one hour keep fil optional hour of recreational volleyball. PROGRAM DEPARTMENT SECRETS Of THE FASHION WORLD Instructor: Elsie Rasmussen Course: Program for the model or rhe model to be. Stage and TV model- ling j fashion accessories; hints and application of hairpieces and wigi; posture improvement; make-up; diet and nutrition, Time; To be announced Place: Lelhbridge Family "V Beginning: March datei to be an- nounced DOG OBEDIENCE CLASS instructor: Mr. H. Reid Course: Teach your dog how to be- have I All participants musi have their own leashes. Dogs must be over 6 months Time; Thursdays p.m. cla ed by followed by Place; Lelhbridge Family "Y" GIRLS ICE HOCKEY Instrvclor: Wayne Bowes Girls ice hockey team hai been playing since November. Tour- naments are being arranged for the New Year so come and join in the funj Time: Sundays at Cost: "Y" Membership Place: Civjc Ice Arena RESTORE YOUR ANTIQUES Instructor: Mrs. B. Blenner Hanet Course: Wondering what do with all your antiques? Why not learn how to restore them! Time: Tuesday p.m. Beginning: Tuesday, January llth, Mace: Lelhfaridge Family CHESS CLUB This club hat been well established in the "Y" for tht past two years. There will be no formal instruction for the winter class but a lime will be provided for Chesi Ployeri to ?ei together, ime: Tuesdays at p.m. SWAP SHOP Every third Saturday of the month the Program Department of the "V will host a Swap Shop from till Look for the announcement so you can trade stamps, toys, coinici, etc. MODEL BUILDERS Instructor: Edward Henley Course: Cars, plants, ships and frthw models made in this class Time; Tuesdays from Beginning: Tuesday, January llth PLUS Guitar Roller Skating Public Speaking Ham Radio Club 'Party Time' Motorcycle Club Feel will be announced at Registration for each MEMBERSHIP RATES WOMEN 18 AND OVER Quarterly 00 Year Ycorly MEN 18 AND OVER Quarterly Vi yearly Yearly FAMILY Quarterly Yearly Yearly STUDENT Quarterly 116.00 V5 Yearly Yearly HEALTH CLUB Quarterly 14 Yearly Yearly FAMILY HEALTH CLUB Quarterly YOUTH UNDER Year !4 Yearly Yearly IB 8.00 _ ;