FRAMINGHAM, MA. The MetroWest YMCA is excited to announce that it has purchased the Clearbrook Swim Club on Parker Road in Framingham from the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston. With the need for outdoor recreational space and places for families to spend time together and meet others, the MetroWest YMCA is preserving and enhancing this hidden gem for the area community to enjoy. It was great to work with the JCC to make this happen,” said Richard A. MacPherson, President & CEO of the MetroWest YMCA.

Mark Sokoll, President & CEO, JCCs of Greater Boston said, “We are thrilled that the YMCA has purchased Clearbrook and that it will continue to serve families in MetroWest through our terrific partner, the MetroWest YMCA.  This outcome will allow both of our organizations to enhance our successful programming for families in this region.  It’s been a pleasure working with the Y.”

There will be tours available July 24th-25th from 3-6 PM. A ribbon cutting will take place on Friday, July 26th at 12 noon, followed by an Open House and free swim for the community from 12-7 PM.

The Y’s new Clearbrook Family Swim Club’s pool complex will officially re-open on Saturday, July 27th. The Swim Club includes:  a four-lane pool, bath houses, a game room, a picnicking area, a playground and free parking. The pool will be open daily.  Monday through Friday the hours will be 12-7 PM, and Saturday & Sunday the hours will be 10 AM -6 PM.

Registration for the MetroWest YMCA’s Clearbrook Family Swim Club will be at the Member Services desk at the Y’s Framingham Branch, 280 Old Connecticut Path, Framingham.  For more information, please contact the MetroWest YMCA at (508) 879-4420 or visit the Y’s website at http://www.metrowestymca.org/locations/clearbrook/  


About the MetroWest YMCA: The Y is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.  The MetroWest Y, with branches in Framingham and Hopkinton, serves more than 20,000 people annually with its programs, and has the long-standing relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver lasting personal and social change.


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