Pittsfield Family YMCA Swim-a-Thon Taking Signups

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Pittsfield Family YMCA  has started its Swimming for the Cause fundraiser to run from July 1 to 21.

Sponsored by the Cranwell Resort, Spa and Golf Club, the second annual Swimming for the Cause swim-a-thon will benefit the YMCA's Facility Improvement Project to renovate the women's locker room.

Supporting sponsors include Artisan Kitchen & Bath LLC, Canterbury Farms, Jane Iredale and ARC Investment Planning & Management.

Prizes include Cranwell/YMCA memberships, Cranwell spa services, Swim Team Gear dollars, coaching sessions, golf packages, Cranwell overnight stay, ski passes, kayak rentals, ice skating, and cross country lessons.

Participants can pick up a registration packet at Pittsfield Family YMCA or at Cranwell. For those who participate at the Y, the cost is free for members and $10 for non-members. For those who participate at Cranwell, the cost is $25 for members and non-members. Participants are asked to obtain pledges and donations to support their efforts. To make a donation through Paypal, visit pittsfieldfamilyymca.org.

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