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Summer is just around the corner! The Raritan Bay Area is offering a variety of summer programs to help kids and teens stay active, make new friends and create new memories all in a safe environment. The Y’s Summer Stars Day Camp is packed with activities that fill summer days and offer independence and adventure. Summer camp isn’t just about

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Dear Parents/Guardians, The Perth Amboy Public Schools, in collaboration and guidance with the local health department, has decided to return to remote instruction. The expectation is that schools will remain on remote instruction for two weeks, and will return to in-person instruction on Tuesday, January 18, 2022. BEFORE AND AFTER-SCHOOL CARE: The

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Estimados Padres / Guardianes: Las Escuelas Públicas de Perth Amboy, en colaboración y orientación con el departamento de salud local, han decidido volver a la instrucción remota. La expectativa es que las escuelas permanecerán en enseñanza remota durante dos semanas y volverán a la instrucción en

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The RARITAN BAY AREA YMCA understands that where we live can help determine the state of our physical and mental health. Unfortunately, due to social and economic reasons, many Perth Amboy residents are living in unhealthy and substandard homes and apartments, making them more susceptible to fires, carbon monoxide poisonings, mold, and stress.

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Fear of saying the wrong things can sometimes prevent us from saying the right things- this is no time for silence. WE need to do BETTER!!! At the center of the YMCA’s international logo is a verse of Christian scripture, John 17:21 - “that they all may be ONE…” Systemic racism strikes against the very core of the YMCA’s

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The RARITAN BAY AREA YMCA has announced Mr. Lou Seminski as the new Chief Volunteer Officer. Mr. Seminski has served as a board member at the Y for 9 years. The Board of Volunteers has also selected a slate of new officers: Rosemary Oarsley, Vice CVO, Paul Pires, Treasurer, and Linda Mazzella, Secretary.

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An Update from us on COVID-19. 

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The RARITAN BAY AREA YMCA has received funding from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The grant will support a specialized population of out of school pregnant and/or parenting youth, who have traditionally faced unique challenges and increased barriers to career development and employment. This program will work with each participant to identify individual and systemic barriers to success and provide the support that leads to increased skill-building and employability.

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