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September 24, 2018

Dr. Licatese Boosts YMCA Program


OSWEGO, NY – Dr. Anthony Licatese recently presented the Oswego YMCA with a check for $1,020 in support of the Splash and Dash Youth Training Program.

Dr. Anthony Licatese of Licatese Chiropractic presents Oswego YMCA Executive Director Kerrie Webb (right) and Trish Levine, Director of Health and Wellness (left) with a check for $1,020 in support of the Oswego YMCA’s Splash and Dash Youth Training Program. Also pictured are several of the 25 kids participating in the program.

Dr. Anthony Licatese of Licatese Chiropractic presents Oswego YMCA Executive Director Kerrie Webb (right) and Trish Levine, Director of Health and Wellness (left) with a check for $1,020 in support of the Oswego YMCA’s Splash and Dash Youth Training Program. Also pictured are several of the 25 kids participating in the program.

On April 25, Dr. Licatese, Dr. Ryan Barker and Dr. Beth J. Dubois offered chiropractic treatments for current and former patients, as well as examinations for new patients for only $20 at their office at 55 E. Bridge St.

The proceeds of this event will support the 25 children ages 8 to 15 who are participating in the training program.

“We are so grateful to Dr. Anthony Licatese, Dr. Ryan Barker and Dr. Beth Dubois for donating their professional services to raise funds for this community youth program,” said Trish Levine, director of Health and Wellness at the Oswego YMCA.  “Our10-week Youth Splash and Dash training program is helping to develop this group of kids into physically strong kids of strong character.”

The primary objective of the Splash and Dash program is to offer a positive, healthy and fun experience while focusing on the educational, development and training skills of swimming and running.

Participants are encouraged to take part in the Tri Oswego Splash and Dash event held on June 20.

All Y training program participants will receive a training tee shirt, swim cap, water bottle and a $5 discount on the Tri Oswego event registration.

With more than 1,600 members, one in nine people living in the Oswego community is a member of Oswego YMCA.

Daily, members find the support and services they need to improve their quality of life.

The Oswego YMCA serves as a community resource providing programs including a variety of Aquatics programs and Swim Lessons, Youth, Adult and Family Fitness, Active Older Adult with Silver & Fit and Silver Sneakers opportunities, School Age Childcare, Summer Camp, Parents Night Out, Kids Zumba, Stroller Strong, and parent and child programs including Move & Groove, Splash & Play.

The YMCA is located at 249 W. First St.

For more information, call the YMCA at 343-1981 or see www.oswegoymca.org

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