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New partnership helps more than 1,600 young athletes find a place to play in the winter

By on November 3, 2022 0

After the closure of the Civic Center of Crete in May, many parents wondered where their children would play winter sports. “Most of the summer has been spent considering our options for a different facility, either trying to work with the city to get Crete back online or just trying to locate another location,” said said Steve Peters, founder of Adirondack Coast. Sports. On Monday, a new partnership was announced in Plattsburgh that makes winter sports possible for more than 1,600 young athletes. Doctors Hospital Fitness and Wellness Center. “Being able to partner up and keep kids active in the winter is hugely important, it’s a big part of what we do at the YMCA, really nurturing the development of young people and it’s one of those ways we do that. do,” said Justin Ihne, CEO of the YMCA of Plattsburgh. The former CVPH Fitness and Wellness Center will also be the future home of the new Plattsburgh YMCA once construction begins in the spring. Until then, Adirondack Coast Sports will be able to use it for all of its winter sports needs. If your child is interested in playing in an Adirondack Coast Sports winter league, the registration deadline is November 14th.

After the closure of the Civic Center of Crete in May, many parents wondered where their children would play winter sports.

“Most of the summer has been spent considering our options for a different facility, either trying to work with the city to get Crete back online or just trying to locate another location,” said said Steve Peters, founder of Adirondack Coast. Sports.

On Monday, a new partnership was announced in Plattsburgh that makes winter sports possible for more than 1,600 young athletes.

The partnership between Adirondack Coast Sports and the YMCA of Plattsburgh will continue through the winter and will provide Adirondack Coast Sports with access to the former Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital Fitness and Wellness Center.

“Being able to partner up and keep kids active in the winter is hugely important, it’s a big part of what we do at the YMCA, really nurturing the development of young people and it’s one of those ways we do that. do,” said Justin Ihne, CEO of the YMCA of Plattsburgh.

The former CVPH Fitness and Wellness Center will also be the future home of the new Plattsburgh YMCA once construction begins in the spring. Until then, Adirondack Coast Sports will be able to use it for all of its winter sports needs.

If your child is interested in playing in an Adirondack Coast Sports winter league, the registration deadline is November 14th.