YMCA Fun Club (K-5th) and 8th Period (6-8th)

YMCA Fun Club (K-5th) and 8th Period (6-8th) Logo

Basic Information

Address: Massad Branch and Stafford County Schools - 212 Butler Road, Falmouth VA, 22405 Spotsylvania Branch - 5700 Smith Station Rd, Fredericksburg, VA 22407
Phone Number: (540) 371-9622 Randall - x.1038 Lisa - x.2041 Henk - x.1045
Fax Number: Massad/Stafford - 540-899-3694 Spotsylvania - 540-710-7352

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YMCA Fun Club (K-5th) and 8th Period (6-8th)
YMCA Fun Club (K-5th) and 8th Period (6-8th)
YMCA Fun Club (K-5th) and 8th Period (6-8th)
YMCA Fun Club (K-5th) and 8th Period (6-8th)

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Additional Information

Focus: After-school care for elementary and middle school students grades K-8; before-school care for K-5
Director: Randall Pierce, Massad Family YMCA Lisa Nicely, Spotsylvania YMCA Henk DeJager, Stafford County Schools
Schools Served: Massad - Conway, Grafton Village, and Ferry Farm Elementaries. Dixon-Smith and Drew Middle Schools. Spotsylvania - Parkside, Riverview, Courtland, and Courthouse Road Elementaries. Post Oak, Thornburg, Battlefield, and Spotsylvania Middle Schools. Stafford Schools - Anthony Burns, Conway, Falmouth, Garrisonville, Hampton Oaks, Kate Barrett, Margaret Brent, Park Ridge, Rockhill, Rocky Run, Stafford, Winding Creek, and Widewater Elementaries. Rodney Thompson and H.H. Poole Middle Schools (at Ebeneezer Methodist Church)
County: Massad - Stafford Spotsylvania - Spotsylvania Stafford Schools - Stafford/North Stafford
Schedule: Monday-Friday 3:30pm-6:30pm Massad/Spotsylvania before school: 6:30-8:30am (YMCA buses children to school) Stafford before school care: 6:00am - 8:30am (held in school cafeteria and students dismissed to class)
Ages: Kg-5th, 6th-8th grades
Capacity: Varies by school or county, call for details
Membership/Pricing: Fun Club: $65/wk for Y-members, $80/wk for non-members, ($69/mo. for Y-family membership)

Massad/Spotsy in YMCA facilities, Stafford Schools program is held in the cafeteria of each school


The YMCA was founded in the United States over 180 years ago and is the largest not-for-profit community service organization in the country. True to our vision of building strong kids, strong families, and strong communities, the YMCA is the largest provider of non-governmental services in the nation. The Rappahannock Area YMCA opened its doors in 1982 and has since grown from 1500 members to over 22,000 today and still growing.

Program Highlights:

Challenges, stimulation, and fun ideas for school-age youth. This age group has talents & skills to develop energy to put to use & huge reservoirs of creativity. We teach core values caring, honesty, respect, responsibility, and faith.

Support Services:

The Rappahannock Area YMCA believes that all people have the right to participate in every aspect of community life. YMCA memberships and programs are to everyone. To the extent possible, financial assistance is made available to those in need, thanks to the generosity of our friends and donors


Includes gym play, arts & crafts, science, cooking, literacy, homework time, swimming, and character development

Program Information:

To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all

Slogan: We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities