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25 May 2021

The Valleys prepares for this year's City to Bay run
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Back in 2019, we put together a team and represented the Y at the 6km division of City to Bay – and it was a smashing success! We are forming another team this

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Sonia Goss

11 May 2021

Sonia’s Commitment Builds Success
Valleys

Our very own Sonia Goss achieved a podium finish in her first ever Australasian Natural Bodybuilding (ANB) competition on 24 April.

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16 July 2021

SportsEye empowering local growth with YMCA South Australia

Through the partnership between YMCA SA and ActiveXchange, The Valleys Lifestyle Centre has been utilising SportsEye Operator since September 2019.

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11 December 2020

The Valleys takes out top YMCA award

The Valleys Lifestyle Centre was announced as the Jack Massey Team of the Year award winner during YMCA South Australia’s annual staff awards night at the St

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30 November 2020

YMCA drives social value through ActiveXchange

YMCA South Australia has partnered with leading data science analysis company ActiveXchange to drive our aim of increasing social value across all YMCA

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5 November 2020

Post COVID feedback buoys YMCA South Australia
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Customer feedback scores since the reopening of YMCA South Australia (the Y) managed leisure centres after the COVID-19 lockdown has exceeded that of pre the

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8 September 2020

National Child Protection Week - Launch of New Child Safety Model

This week the YMCA is celebrating 30 years of National Child Protection Week by announcing the 'Stay Safe, Tell Someone' program.

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Post Covid

7 May 2020

YMCA here to help community as COVID-19 recovery starts

The YMCA (the Y) is defying a 70 percent nationwide operational downturn to stand with the Australian community and help it take the first steps to recovery

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