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Page Mill Road YMCA to close Oct. 1

Original post made on Jul 25, 2014

The Page Mill Road YMCA in Palo Alto is closing this fall when its 10-year lease is up, Chief Operations Officer Elizabeth Jordan of the YMCA of Silicon Valley said Tuesday.

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Posted by fewiley
a resident of Barron Park
on Jul 25, 2014 at 11:28 am

Since this Y is one of the few (the only?) exercise facilities in Palo Alto that serves a more senior membership, it's a shame that it's being closed so abruptly and without giving the members a chance to help correct any problems. I realize that the future of the Y is probably with younger families and children, but it's a shame that the older members of this Y - many have lived and worked for decades in Palo Alto (and helped build this community) - can't also have a facility....


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