October 3, 2019
Many thanks to all our sponsors and participants who were part of our 4th Annual Tom Jackson Champion Golf and Tennis Tournament held on September 30, 2019. Our event pulled in record numbers with sold out golf, tennis and dinner attendees. The Hopewell Valley YMCA is able to provide reduced youth enrichment programs, a free Youth Activity Center, host our Tom Jackson March Mania 3 on 3 basketball tournament in addition to running sports summer camps. Stay tuned for our October 2020 event! Please click “Read More” to view our event pictures.
August 31, 2019
The Youth Activity Center is a FREE place for tweens/teens to socialize with friends, play games and receive homework assistance. The center offers your 6th-12th grader an inclusive and fun place to visit so they are not at home alone. The Hopewell Valley YMCA Youth Activity Center is located at the Main Office at 62 South Main Street, Pennington and is open to students in the Hopewell Valley School District. Your child can hang with their friends from 3:00 PM to 6:30PM playing ping pong, pool, foosball, video games, getting help with your homework, watching movies, playing outside activities, gathering on our porch, and much […]
May 15, 2018
Hopewell Valley suffered a tremendous loss in the recent passing of Larry Rothwell. I truly hope our hearts can fill the void left in his absence. Mr. Rothwell was the consummate gentleman. He demonstrated that one could build a business in servicing the needs of the community while doing so with compassion and respect. Larry Rothwell championed social responsibility and led the way for many other community members to support one another. When I first met Mr. Rothwell (who insisted that I call him Larry), he described to me his “one core mission: to continually earn the trust and confidence of […]
March 22, 2018
Our YMCA is saddened by the loss of one of our dedicated volunteers, Bob Prewitt. Bob lent his time to many Hopewell Valley organizations, and recently helped our Y reinvigorate its annual golf outing – which is now renamed as a tribute to his late friend, Tom Jackson.