YMCA of Darke County to close temporarily
The YMCA of Darke County is closing both the Greenville and Versailles branches, effective at the end of business today, per Gov. Mike DeWine’s order issued today. This closure does NOT apply to the Child Development Center at this time; however, the situation is constantly evolving and may change at any time with little notice.
For over 100 years, YMCAs, as charitable organizations, have been serving communities in Ohio. With over 162 locations across the state, Ys have a continued history of meeting the needs of those we serve.
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, our commitment to youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility will not waver. Each Y is working closely with local, state, and federal authorities, as well as with one another to respond to the unique needs of communities.
Our dedication to serving our communities remains consistent. We are at the front of this fight and will continue to work with all to help stop the spread of this pandemic. We ask for your patience and continued support as we stand united in service during this unprecedented time.
We are asking you to stay with us. Obviously, we’d prefer that you be in here with us, working out as you always have. But during this time, we are asking that you stay with us, not as a fitness facility member but as a cause-driven member. I know not all of you will be able to do that, but if you can, we’re asking that you stay with us.
The Welcome Center will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day through Friday, March 20, to answer questions and provide assistance, in person or by phone. The Greenville branch can be reached at 937-548-3777 or the Versailles branch can be reached at 937-526-4488.
Visit our website at www.ymcadarkecounty.org or follow us on Facebook for updates.