Totally Cool. Totally Caring. Totally for Youth!
Fun activities, games, and food. Come play, hangout, and meet new friends.
All youth welcome. Kids under 5 must be accompanied by an adult.
Club Goal: To provide a safe place where caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility are inspired through fun games and activities that build the spirit, mind and body. A place for kids to thrive.
For more information or to become a program volunteer, contact YMCA Youth Program Coordinator Elizabeth Sickinger at 330-364-5511 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BBBS Mentoring Program Highlights: Held on Wednesdays in conjunction with the Y program.
Monday-Friday 3-4:30 PM with meals and activities.
Brought to you by the Tuscarawas County YMCA and Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Ohio
Program Location: Claymont Intermediate School Gym/Cafeteria
Please enter from side door.
Some transportation provided by Claymont Schools
Students must be picked up by 4:30 PM
STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT AND CORE VALUES
I will be respectful, I will be kind, I will be caring, I will be honest, I will follow the rules, I will do my best and if I fail I will learn from my experience and pledge to do better the next time.
I will be a friend and accept the responsibility to be a helper, making the program a great place to be for all.
Site Coordinator: Elizabeth Sickinger
YMCA Program Director: Jade Boffo
We encourage feedback and testimonials please feel free to email email@example.com with any questions or encouragement..
If you want more information or have questions regarding this program please contact YMCA Youth Program Coordinator Elizabeth Sickinger at the Y. Elizabeth@tuscymca.org or call 330-364-5511 ext 312.
Bio Interview: Elizabeth Sickinger, YMCA Youth Program Coordinator
“The YMCA has always held a special place in my heart.” As a youth Elizabeth Sickinger grew up at the Tuscarawas County YMCA participating in the youth sports programs. As a young adult Elizabeth became a member and utilized the fitness classes that are offered at the Y. Her family made it a tradition to compete in the annual YMCA Turkey Trot 5K to kick off the holiday season. Elizabeth is a graduate of New Philadelphia High School and Kent State University. She first joined the YMCA staff as a Member Service Associate in 2014 and held that position for three years during her college years before leaving to pursue a career. She returned to the Y in 2020 accepting the position of Youth Program Coordinator who’s main responsibility is for the Twin City Meal Program.
“Being back has felt like coming home. Each day I enter the building I am greeted with smiling familiar faces and new faces. I work mostly in the Twin city meal program. It has truly been a privilege getting to know the kids in the program. I am grateful to be surrounded by incredible directors, coordinators, and team members. Everyone truly works together to encourage and make the Y programs successful” states Sickinger.
Elizabeth is married to her college sweetheart Daniel, and they live in Dover, Ohio. They have two rescue dogs Scarlet and Charlie. In her free time Elizabeth enjoys hiking, golfing, mission trips to Kentucky, and spending time with friends and family.