Pendleton

Fall Youth Soccer League

Registration now open for the Fall Soccer League.  Late registration September 1 - September 21st.  Games begin Saturday, September 15th.  Session runs from Sepetmeber 15th - October 20th.

3-4 Coed League

This is an introduction to soccer and sports socialization. Children play on a field appropriate for their age with no goalie. Teams practice for 20-30 minutes before each game and a size 3 ball is used. Coaches officiate while teaching children during the course of games.  Teams will practice 1 day during the week and games will be 1 hour long.Players will receive a shirt/jersey to play in.  Each player will need shorts, shin guards, socks and soccer cleats or tennis shoes.

5-7 Coed League

Children in this division start to learn many of the rules of soccer. Teams practice one night a week for one hour. Children learn throw-ins and corner kicks, along with a modified goal kick. They play on a field appropriate for their age with a goalie and a size 4 ball is used. The official(s) take an active role in coaching as well as enforcing the rules.  Teams will practice 1 day during the week and games will be 1 hour long.Players will receive a shirt/jersey to play in.  Each player will need shorts, shin guards, socks and soccer cleats or tennis shoes.

Games take place at Pendleton Christian Church.

Enhance Fitness

EnhanceFitness is an evidence-based group exercise program for older adults that uses simple, easy-to-learn movements that motivate individuals (particularly those with arthritis) to stay active throughout their life. Each class session includes cardiovascular, strength training, balance, and flexibility exercises and the fostering of strong social relationships between participants.

Class is offered Monday and Friday 9:30-10:30am and Wednesday 11:30-12:30pm

Pendleton Summer Camp 2018

What will you discover this summer?
 Register below to start planning the BEST SUMMER EVER!

The best part about camp is that youth will have the opportunity to make new friends and take part in new activities that will help stimulate a healthy lifestyle, instill self-confidence, and inspire leadership. Children will be encouraged to have fun, be active, and let’s face it, it’s camp and they are bound to get a little dirty. So put on your tennis shoes, grab your snack and let’s have some fun!

Additional information
•If you need financial assistance, please complete this form and bring it into your local Y
•Your child will not be enrolled in camp until we receive the following:
•Signed registration packet
•Received or scheduled payment

To begin the registration process

•You must be a YMCA program or facility member to register your child for camp. There is no cost to become a program member. Facility members receive a discount of up to $40 per week
•After you have become a member, please create an online account so that you can register for camp.

Questions?  Please contact Greg Beck, Sr. Program Director at (765) 644-7796 or at gbeck@ymcamadco.org

Traditional Summer Camp (9am-5PM)

Give your child a full day camp experience this summer!

Week 1 - Aloha Summer (June 4-8) 

Week 2 - Color Wars (June 11-15)

Week 3 - Animation Domination (June 18-22)

Week 4 - Sports Extravaganza (June 25-29)

Week 5 - Stars & Stripes (July 2-6) (No camp on July 4th)

Week 6 - Blast from the Past (July 9-13)

Week 7 - Disney (July 16-20)

Week 8 - Water Works (July 23-27)

Week 9 - Around the World (July 30-Aug 3)

Week 10 - Last blast Summer (Aug 6-Aug 10)



Specialty Summer Camp (1pm-4pm)

Let your children grow in their areas of interest!  Specialty campers receive 50% off specialty camp if registered for traditional and specialty camp in the same week.


Before and Aftercare 

Before and after camp available for all campers.  Before Care drop off is 6:30-9am .  After Care pick up is between 5-6pm M-Friday.  Fee covers all 5 days and for am & pm.  Price covers both before & after and for the entirety of the week.

Personal Training

Ready to take your fitness to the next level?  Let one of our nationally certified personal trainers scale a program for you and get you the results you are looking for.  

Youth Ballet

Beginner Ballet is a combination of a creative movement and a beginner ballet class.  Young dancers will learn basic steps and positions of ballet, while also being active in moving creatively, with different props and activities.

Ballet II is for students who are old enough to learn ballet quickly, and/or who have had at least a year of learning the ballet basic steps and positions.  Dancers will then begin to add to their knowledge of ballet steps and positions and learn ballet in a more progressive and cumulative manner.

Registration open until February 27.  Classes begin February 13th.

Basketball Just For Girls

The Pendleton YMCA is organizing a winter session for girls only to improve their basketball skills. This is a 6-week session for girls in grades 1 through 6 to work on ball handling and shooting skills. They will also spend time learning offensive and defensive concepts. Controlled scrimmages will be played with emphasis on the skills or concepts learned. The program will be led by Andy Klepfer who has coached girls' basketball at Pendleton Heights Middle School for more than 15 years. 

Late registrations December 17 - January 5, or until teams are full.

Spring Soccer

Registration now open for the Spring Soccer League.  Late registration begins April 3 - 20th.  Games begin Saturday, April 14th.  Session runs from April 14 - May 19th.

3-4 Coed League

This is an introduction to soccer and sports socialization. Children play on a field appropriate for their age with no goalie. Teams practice for 20-30 minutes before each game and a size 3 ball is used. Coaches officiate while teaching children during the course of games.  Teams will practice 1 day during the week and games will be 1 hour long.Players will receive a shirt/jersey to play in.  Each player will need shorts, shin guards, socks and soccer cleats or tennis shoes.

5-7 Coed League

Children in this division start to learn many of the rules of soccer. Teams practice one night a week for one hour. Children learn throw-ins and corner kicks, along with a modified goal kick. They play on a field appropriate for their age with a goalie and a size 4 ball is used. The official(s) take an active role in coaching as well as enforcing the rules.  Teams will practice 1 day during the week and games will be 1 hour long.Players will receive a shirt/jersey to play in.  Each player will need shorts, shin guards, socks and soccer cleats or tennis shoes.

8-10 Coed League

Emphasis is placed on skill development and learning the rules of the game. Teams practice one night a week for one hour. They play on a field appropriate for their age with a goalie and a size 4 ball is used.  Teams will practice 1 day during the week and games will be 1 hour long.Players will receive a shirt/jersey to play in.  Each player will need shorts, shin guards, socks and soccer cleats or tennis shoes.

1st Annual YMCA Charity Shamrock Shuffle

GO THE DISTANCE!
THE INAUGURAL CHARITY SHAMROCK SHUFFLE
St. Patrick’s Day! Saturday, March 17, 2018 at 9am
PENDLETON FAMILY YMCA

Shuffle over to the Pendleton YMCA on St. Patrick’s Day for fun the whole family can enjoy! Did you know that in 2017, the YMCA financially assisted $25,861 for youth in Summer Camp? All of the proceeds from this event will go directly to financially assisting youth to attend the YMCA’s summer camp program offerings.  Prizes will be given to the top male and female finisher in each age group. All registrations by March 1st are guaranteed an official race shirt, registrations after this deadline are not guaranteed a shirt. Strollers are welcome and this event is free to children 5 years and younger.

DRESS FOR SUCCESS!
Come dressed for the occasion! Prizes will be awarded to the best dressed male and females for adults and children after the race!

Early Packet Pick up:
Friday, March 16th
12:00pm - 2:00pm or 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Race Day: Saturday March 17th
Packet Pick up: Opens at 7:30am
Day of Registration: 7:30am - 8:30am

Register Now!  http://getmeregistered.com/ShamrockShufflePY

Pendleton Middle School Basketball

The Pendleton YMCA is organizing a Middle School Basketball league for boys and girls in grades 6, 7 & 8.  The league will be coed unless there are enough girls to form a separate league.  There will be one practice and one game per week beginning January 8th and ending March 3rd.  All practices & games will be played at schools within the South Madison School District.

*2 & 3 player registration options are for families (Both children must be registered at the same time and must all live under the same household.) 

Late Registration Begins December 15.

Youth Competitive Basketball League

The Pendleton YMCA is organizing teams for boys & girls in grades 1 through 6 for the winter session.  This session begins the week of January 8 and ends on March 3rd.  This session is designed to work on improving players skills with an emphasis on competition.  There will be 1-2 practices per week.  Games will be played within YMCA assigned teams and other locally based teams in the Pendleton and Anderson area.  Most games will be played on Saturday with some scheduled through the week.

Practices: Mondays and/or Tuesdays

Games: Saturdays and some week days

*Add $15 if a jersey is needed

**Late registration $15 per family.  Late registration December 17-January 5.

***2 and 3 player options - all players must live within under the same household