RATES / FEES

Membership Rates (Minimum 1  year commitment)

Membership Category*** Monthly Annual
Youth (Ages 0-17) $13.25 $159.00
Young Adult (Ages 18-22) $26.75 $321.00
Adult (Ages 23-61) $40.00 $480.00
Household Family $58.25 $699.00
Single Parent Family $46.00 $552.00
Senior Adult (62 & Older) $35.50 $426.00
Senior Couple $50.25 $603.00

***Refer to Member Definitions

Corporate Membership Rates   (minimum 1 year commitment)

Membership Category*** Monthly Annual
Youth (Ages 0-17) $12.25 $147.00
Young Adult (Ages 18-22) $24.00 $288.00
Adult (Ages 23-61) $35.50 $426.00
Household Family $52.75 $633.00
Single Parent Family $41.50 $498.00

***Refer to Member Definitions

Daily Rates

Rate Category*** Rate
Youth (Ages 0-17) $5.00
Young Adult (Ages 18-22) $7.50
Adult (Ages 23-61) $10.00
Household Family $20.00

Guest has access to all facilities and classes normally open to Y members including Wellness Center, Basketball Courts, Swimming Pool and more.

BENEFITS

Why the Y? Here are just a few benefits you will receive as a Y member:

Convenience

Access to the YMCA location and use of the AWAY program when traveling.

Value

Including family activities, state-of-the-art fitness facilities and free admission for guest.  (See back for details)

Savings

Discounts on classes, sports leagues and childcare.

Variety

Over 30 free group exercise classes per week geared to all fitness levels.

Support

Brent Ruiz, PhD is offers a Body Composition Analysis that includes a complete plan for personal improvement. Evaluation includes metabolism rate, body fat percentage, percent of muscle and hydration level. Cost of $99 for current members and includes retesting once a month for 12 months.

DISCOVERY ZONE

Discovery Zone care is for children ages 1-7.  Infants six months to one year may be accepted at the discretions of the Discovery Zone Staff.

Prices

Category*** Price
Trial One Time $3.00/hr/child
15 Hour Punch Card $30.00
30 Hour Punch Care $52.50
Monthly (one child) $14.00 (Bank Draft Only)
Monthly Family $21.00 (Bank Draft Only)

Hours

Morning Hours

  • Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 11:30 am
  • Saturday 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Afternoon Hours

  • Monday  4:00 pm – 7:30 pm
  • Tuesday 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm
  • Wednesday 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm
  • Thursday 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm
  • Friday – CLOSED

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

Parents/guardians must remain in the YMCA facility while the child is in the Discovery Zone.

Member Definitions

Category Description
Youth Membership An individual 17 years (or still in HS) and younger.
Young Adult Membership An individual that is 18-22 years of age.
Adult Membership An individual 23-61 years of age.
Household Family Membership Defined as two (2) adults and all dependent children including step children, foster children or children you have been appointed as legal guardian that are 18 years old and under and live in the same household. pendent children include children up to 24 years old enrolled in college as a full-time student.
Single Parent Family Membership One (1) adult in a single parent household and the adult’s children.
Senior Membership An individual 62 years and older.
Senior Couple Defined as two (2) adults with at least one person that is 62 years of age or older.

Lifetime Membership  – At 70 years of age or older, a one-time fee of $10,000 for lifetime membership

Guest Policy

Day Pass
If you are not an out of town YMCA member or a potential member there is a per visit fee.

Guest of Members
Members can bring a guest (excluding youth & scholarship members), with photo identification at no additional cost. Each guest will be limited to one free visit to the YMCA per calendar year. Additional guest passes may be purchased at the member services desk. Members can bring as many different guests as they wish, throughout the year but are limited to bringing no more than one family with one family, one couple with one couple or one adult  with one adult, at a time. Members must accompany their guests to the YMCA.

Out of Town Guests
If a YMCA facility member has a guest from out-of-town, the guest may visit the YMCA with the member for up to 2 weeks without paying a guest fee. An “out-of-town” guest is defined as a visitor not living within the service area of the Beatrice Family YMCA.

Required Information
All guests of the YMCA, including AWAY members, are required to bring a photo ID. We require one of the following types of ID – valid drivers license, state ID card, or military ID. AWAY members need their YMCA membership card and a photo ID.

Membership Mission Statement
The purpose of this association is to develop and improve the spiritual, mental, social and physical life of youth and adults in accordance with Christian teachings; and to provide programs of education and personal growth in fitness, illness prevention and good health maintenance. And, in cooperation with other organization and individuals, to render such service in the community as will secure better moral, social and economic conditions for youth and adults, utilizing facilities, equipment and buildings of this association and the community as appropriate to the achievement of the purposes.

Membership Requirements: Any person of good moral character who supports the purpose of the association may become a member and shall be entitled to all benefits of membership as established by the Board of Directors.

Financial Assistance (Open Doors Program)

Beatrice Mary Family YMCA is a 501(c)(3) charitable association offering opportunities for personal growth and service to others. To support our assisted members, we ask people to complete a private, confidential application for financial assistance, and return to any Beatrice Mary Family YMCA.

The YMCA strives to serve all segments of the community. Within our available resources, every effort will be made to accommodate all who wish to participate in YMCA programs and services. No one will be denied access to any YMCA program or service solely on the inability to pay.