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There are so many reasons why working with a Certified Personal Trainer can benefit you, such as added variety to your workouts, maximizing your time, specific personal attention, enhanced results and increased support. Learn more today!

Socks & Underwear Drive

Join the Knox County YMCA by donating a package of children’s socks and underwear Monday, December 3rd- Sunday, December 9th and we will WAIVE your join fee! Save up to $90!
All items donated will be distributed by the Galesburg Salvation Army to children in need in Knox County this holiday season. View the details here!

Solutions for a Community

Solutions is a mentorship program designed to help improve performance in school, extracurricular activities and home life. The program is offered to junior high & high school students at absolutely no cost.



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Our Success Stories

For the past five years, the Solutions Program has been a valuable asset to our community. The program is offered to students of Lombard, Churchill and Galesburg High School at absolutely no cost to them. The Solutions Program is a great resource to help students improve performance in four key areas: GPAs, office referrals, tardiness and absences. Using a three-tiered approach to mentorship, the Solutions staff meets students where they live, go to school and play. We frequently make home visits, maintain a strong presence at their school, and cheer them on at extracurricular activities and events. The Solutions Program is run by Senior Solutions Director Joey Range, Solutions Director Quincy Morrison, and Solutions Coordinator Mandy Peterson.