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Valley Points YMCA offering $1 membership deal on Presidents Day

Tom Davidson
Valley Points YMCA

People looking to join any of the three Valley Points YMCA locations can do so for $1 on Presidents Day.

The flash sale on memberships means that people can save as much as $60.60 by joining on Monday.

Valley Points YMCA CEO Mike Newell said the deal applies to all memberships at its locations.

The offer is for new memberships only using a bank or credit card. People can choose to have the monthly draft for the membership to be posted on either the 1st, 15th or 25th of each month.

The best deal, a family membership — which costs $61.60 per month — can be had for $1 between Monday and March 25, when the next fee would be posted, Newell said.

The offer only applies to memberships arranged on Monday and to do so people need to stop at any of the Valley Points YMCA’s locations. For more information, visit the Y’s website at

Tom Davidson is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tom at 724-226-4715, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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