OSKALOOSA — The Mahaska County YMCA is thrilled to announce an exciting expansion in service that reflects our commitment to fostering a healthier and more accessible community. Starting February 1, the YMCA will introduce 24-hour access to its facilities, allowing members to embrace flexible fitness routines tailored to their busy lives.
This progressive initiative aims to accommodate diverse schedules, providing opportunities for early birds, night owls, and everyone to engage in wellness activities at their convenience. The extended hours offer access to state-of-the-art cardio equipment, selectorized machines, and cable-cross machines, ensuring that the YMCA remains a cornerstone of health and well-being in our community.
“We are excited to enhance the accessibility of our facilities, enabling our members to pursue their fitness goals at any hour that suits their lifestyle,” says Barry Martin, CEO at the Mahaska County YMCA. “This 24-hour access initiative reflects our dedication to promoting a healthier and more inclusive community for all.”
Members can expect a seamless transition to the extended hours, with the same commitment to safety, cleanliness, and excellent service that the new Mahaska County YMCA is known for. The round-the-clock access aligns with the YMCA’s mission to empower individuals and families to lead active, healthy lives.
For more information about the 24-hour access and other programs, please visit mahaskaymca.org or contact Katy Greene, Membership & Marketing Director, at 641.673.8411.