YMCA reveals new hi-tech health toys


Sidney Police Chief Will Balling, Sidney-Shelby County YMCA CEO Ed Thomas and Executive Director of the Shelby County United Way Scott Barr talk during a Business After Hours held at the YMCA which hosted the event with the Shelby County United Way. The Shelby County United Way has supported the Sidney - Shelby County YMCA child development program for 34 years. Hi-tech games were revealed that the YMCA purchased with a grant from Honda of America, Anna. Thomas described the games as the new way to get fit and have fun while doing it. Thomas talked about childhood obesity and the fact that 68% of Americans are considered overweight or obese. Thomas also announced that Wilson Health would be providing a certified athletic trainer to the Sidney - Shelby County YMCA that would provide services to the injured and training in CPR.

Sidney Police Chief Will Balling, Sidney-Shelby County YMCA CEO Ed Thomas and Executive Director of the Shelby County United Way Scott Barr talk during a Business After Hours held at the YMCA which hosted the event with the Shelby County United Way. The Shelby County United Way has supported the Sidney - Shelby County YMCA child development program for 34 years. Hi-tech games were revealed that the YMCA purchased with a grant from Honda of America, Anna. Thomas described the games as the new way to get fit and have fun while doing it. Thomas talked about childhood obesity and the fact that 68% of Americans are considered overweight or obese. Thomas also announced that Wilson Health would be providing a certified athletic trainer to the Sidney - Shelby County YMCA that would provide services to the injured and training in CPR.


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Sidney Police Chief Will Balling, Sidney-Shelby County YMCA CEO Ed Thomas and Executive Director of the Shelby County United Way Scott Barr talk during a Business After Hours held at the YMCA which hosted the event with the Shelby County United Way. The Shelby County United Way has supported the Sidney – Shelby County YMCA child development program for 34 years. Hi-tech games were revealed that the YMCA purchased with a grant from Honda of America, Anna. Thomas described the games as the new way to get fit and have fun while doing it. Thomas talked about childhood obesity and the fact that 68% of Americans are considered overweight or obese. Thomas also announced that Wilson Health would be providing a certified athletic trainer to the Sidney – Shelby County YMCA that would provide services to the injured and training in CPR.

Sidney Police Chief Will Balling, Sidney-Shelby County YMCA CEO Ed Thomas and Executive Director of the Shelby County United Way Scott Barr talk during a Business After Hours held at the YMCA which hosted the event with the Shelby County United Way. The Shelby County United Way has supported the Sidney – Shelby County YMCA child development program for 34 years. Hi-tech games were revealed that the YMCA purchased with a grant from Honda of America, Anna. Thomas described the games as the new way to get fit and have fun while doing it. Thomas talked about childhood obesity and the fact that 68% of Americans are considered overweight or obese. Thomas also announced that Wilson Health would be providing a certified athletic trainer to the Sidney – Shelby County YMCA that would provide services to the injured and training in CPR.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/08/web1_SDN082516YMCAUW.jpgSidney Police Chief Will Balling, Sidney-Shelby County YMCA CEO Ed Thomas and Executive Director of the Shelby County United Way Scott Barr talk during a Business After Hours held at the YMCA which hosted the event with the Shelby County United Way. The Shelby County United Way has supported the Sidney – Shelby County YMCA child development program for 34 years. Hi-tech games were revealed that the YMCA purchased with a grant from Honda of America, Anna. Thomas described the games as the new way to get fit and have fun while doing it. Thomas talked about childhood obesity and the fact that 68% of Americans are considered overweight or obese. Thomas also announced that Wilson Health would be providing a certified athletic trainer to the Sidney – Shelby County YMCA that would provide services to the injured and training in CPR. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News