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  Reading YMCA
Submitted By administrator | Added on: January-16-2004 | Total Visits: 3362
the YMCA of Reading and Berks County operates 5 branches:

Adamstown Branch, was formed October 20, 1955 and is proudly known as the “Biggest Little Y in the World”. This branch is the social, recreational and community center for the Adamstown area.


The Tri Valley Branch, headquartered at the Fleetwood Community Center, was originally known as the Kutztown YMCA and was founded in 1942. Tri Valley uses approximately 40 program sites to serve its seven school district territory.


The Youth Services Branch, located upstairs of the Reading Post Office, is an alternative high school for students throughout the county having difficulty in a traditional class room setting.


The Tamaqua Branch is another satellite operation which offers a variety of programs such as preschool education, aquatic classes and competitive swim programs and recreational activities for the residents of the Tamaqua Area School District.


The Central Branch, the grand old building on Reed and Washington Streets, hums with activity 24 hours a day, offering residential housing, health and fitness, 1ST and 2nd shift child care, community services, education and training, social, cultural, art, youth and teen programs. The Central Branch was nearly destroyed by fire on January 28, 1985 leaving the Y family devastated. Thanks to the support of the entire community, the YMCA Central Branch was rebuilt and remains a leader in the field of human services today.

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