For over thirty years, the Stevens Point Y has hosted a Christmas Tree Sale to raise revenue in support of youth programming.
Beginning in 1986 through 1987, the Y installed a new gym floor, remodeled its fitness and gymnastics centers, and improved the energy efficiency of the building's infrastructure.
Five members of the Stevens Point Area YMCA's Group Fitness Staff in January 1986, responding to the high demand for aerobic workouts and instruction.
Active adults stretching and limbering up, prior to or post workout.
A newspaper ad from nearly 40 years ago, shows the Stevens Point Y ahead of the curve, offering racquetball leagues as well as yoga classes.
The Gymnastics department will be hosting two weeks of Gymnastic Camp for Preschool (ages 3-4) and Foundational level (ages 5-10) gymnasts. Classes will run Mon-Thurs, 9:15-10:15am for Preschool level, and 10:30am-12:30pm for Foundational level athletes.
Boys playing in a YMCA-sponsored flag football game in October 1978. More than 300 kids, ages 7-12, participated in a six-week program that fall. Players were divided into 28 teams. Nearly 50 parents and Pacellli High students served as volunteer coaches and referees for the games.
YMCA staffers and volunteers displaying some of the equipment available at the annual Ski Swap, which began at the Stevens Point Area Y in 1973.
Looking over materials for a French language program are Maryvonne Hemmrich & Mary Kapter; Children include Randy Weinberger, Jim Rogers, & Helen Herman.