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Hogan Family YMCA is a Madison treasure

From the Publisher

When my family moved to Madison, we quickly found the Hogan Family YMCA. We were amazed by the amenities of this first-class facility. The indoor pool, outdoor pool and splash pads were an instant favorite for my daughter, Caroline.

The Hogan Family YMCA also offers a wonderful kids’ play area and climbing tree. Of course, you can find state-of-the-art equipment and exercise classes to keep in shape.

This is a true community center for Madison.

The Madison Chamber of Commerce is also located inside the Hogan Family YMCA. The Chamber is an excellent resource for information about our community and the businesses that serve Madison.The Rotary Club of Madison also meets at the Hogan YMCA each Thursday from 7-8 a.m.

This is a perfect marriage between recreational needs and business needs in our community.

In addition, the Hogan Family YMCA offers many different programs and recreational sports for families. Currently my family is taking advantage of the after-school care. This is a terrific option for kids to do homework, play and swim after school.

Daniel Kasambira, executive director of the Hogan Family YMCA, and his staff do a great job of making everyone feel welcome.

To learn more, please visit www.ymcahuntsville.org/hogan or call 256-705-9622.

 

 

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Digital version of The Madison Record – Feb. 28, 2024

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