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The Hillsborough Family YMCA Branch is OPEN

All still without power can come in and get warm, use showers and power up. Child care is also available for when schools are closed on Monday and Tuesday.

The Hillsborough and Somerville branches of the Somerset Valley YMCA are operating
and have opened their doors to all in the community who are still without
power.

SVY CEO Paul Kieltyka said all residents are welcome to use the facilities.

“We want to let everyone know that we are open and we are
inviting our members and anyone else who has lost power to use our
showers, power up their cell phones and laptops, and get some hot coffee,”
Kieltyka said.

Due to storm conditions caused by Hurricane Sandy, all Somerset Valley Y branches were closedMonday and Tuesday. Somerville re-opened on Wednesday and Hillsborough re-opened Friday.

“We will keep our doors open to the entire community for as long as we are needed,” said Mr. Kieltyka.

With Hillsborough schools closed Monday and Tuesday, the Y will hold Kids Day Out chid care for parents who need a place for their children to go. For more information, please contact Matt Gray, program director at 908 369-0490, or ask at the member services desk.

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