We build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities
About the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley
The YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley serves nearly 7,000 members in Rome, Oneida and the surrounding communities. The YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley offers a variety of programs and services to people of all ages: infants, teens, adults, seniors and families. Our facilities are clean, comfortable, and include state-of-the-art equipment and friendly, qualified staff members. We offer our community many different innovative programs including: youth sports, adult sports, swimming lessons, adult water exercise, wellness and strength training classes, aerobics, yoga, summer camps, school-aged child care, senior social adult day care, special events, and much more. For membership information, please call (315) 336.3500 or visit www.ymcatrivalley.org.
The YMCA: A Long-Standing Commitment to Health of Spirit, Mind and Body
YMCA of the USA is the national resource office for the nation's 2,663 YMCAs, which serve nearly 20.2 million people each year, including 9.4 million children under the age of 18. Through a variety of programs and services focused on the holistic development of children and youth, health and well-being for all and family strengthening, YMCAs unite men, women and children of all ages, faiths, backgrounds, abilities and income levels. From urban areas to small towns, YMCAs have proudly served America's communities for nearly 160 years by building healthy spirit, mind and body for all. Visit www.ymca.net to find your local YMCA.
The Tri-Valley AAU Organization is under the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley Association, which has branches in Oneida and Rome. We service youth and families in the surrounding communities, such as Sherrill, Vernon, Verona, Canastota, Oneida, Holland Patent, Camden, Rome, New Hartford, Westmoreland and Oriskany to name a few. This allows us to have kids from those surrounding communities participate in AAU basketball, where as in the past there wasn't too much if anything available for them. One of our goals is to bring these kids together so they can learn more than basketball from one another. They can learn how to interact with people who are from different communities and backgrounds then themselves. This will help prepare them for life outside of there communities, when they move on to bigger and better things.