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Biddy Sports

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Learn Together, Play Together

Biddy sports will be an 8-week program. games will be played on Monday and Wednesday nights in the main gym. This program is designed to teach the basic skills of soccer, t-ball, and basketball; as well as introduce children to the concepts of fitness, including the importance of exercising and stretching. This league will focus on teamwork, sportsmanship and character development.

Volunteer coaches needed!

Contact Nick Latham for more information.

Ages: 2-5

Registration ends:

Ends February 1st

Stretching, Drills and Games:

Starts February 4th


Cost: $30 members $45 non members

Cass County Family Y

905 E. Broadway Logansport, IN 46947 (574) 753-5141

Youth Soccer

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Learn Together, Play Together

Youth soccer league will be a 6-week program for boys and girls ages 2-10.  Teams will be made according to number of registrations.  Games will be played on Saturday Mornings in the gymnasium.  This program is designed to teach the basic skills of soccer and introduce children to the concepts of fitness, including the importance of exercising and stretching. This league will focus on teamwork, sportsmanship and character development.

Volunteer coaches needed!

Contact Nick Latham for more information.

Ages: 2-10

Registration Ends

Sunday FEBruary 3rd

Games begin:

Saturday FEBruary 16th

Cost:  $25 members

$40 non members

Cass County Family Y

905 E. Broadway

Logansport, IN 46947

(574) 753-5141

The NEXT 50 Years...



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                The Cass County Family YMCA held a news conference Monday morning at the Chamber of Commerce to announce a capital campaign effort intended to raise funds for an estimated 3.5 million renovation project to the current YMCA facility and recognize the Milt and Jean Cole family who have pledged $1 million dollars toward the project.

                More than 60 YMCA volunteers, donors, staff members, and elected officials attended the event to learn about the project that has been labeled “THE NEXT 50 YEARS” which is a reference to the YMCA’s current facility being first opened fifty-one years ago in 1967. Local YMCA leaders have been planning and working with an architect on remodeling plans for the past 18 to 24 months in anticipation of today’s campaign announcement and construction work getting underway in 2019.

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                Current YMCA Board Chair, Terri Riley, spoke about the important role that the YMCA plays in the community’s quality of life with more than 10% of the county participating as active members of the local Y and another 5% participating in YMCA programs. “The Y is an important centerpiece of our community. It serves our youth, our families, adults, and our seniors. It promotes a sense of community and helps make Logansport and Cass County a better place to live based on the values it represents. No one is turned away from the Y based on their ability to pay due to the YMCA’s financial assistance program,” Riley said.

                Milt and Jean Cole were recognized for their pledge of $1 million dollars to kick off the 3.5 million dollar campaign by capital campaign chair, Brian Morrill.   “Milt and Jean have once again shown their passion and love for this community with yet another act of kindness and generosity with this million dollar gift to our community. Without them joining in this important effort early on I’m not sure any of us would be here today. Milt was our first visit about two years ago. Bob Kirkwood and I met with him to discuss his potential involvement in getting this effort underway. We went in just hoping to spark an interest and Milt gave us his full fledged support in the span of about 15 minutes. I can’t say enough about the impact the Cole family has had on our community since Milt made that train trip from Tennessee to Cass County back in the late 1950’s. Their positive attitudes and their generosity are an inspiration and an example that all of us should be thankful for and strive to model,” said Morrill.Interior Lobby

                The planned renovations to the YMCA will involve improvements both inside and outside the facility. Exterior improvements will include resurfacing the parking lots, creating an identifiable and impressive glass entrance lobby to the Y, and the addition of windows from the ground floor up to the roof line along much of the building’s exterior fronting Broadway which will create a much more modern look to the facility. The new glass front along Broadway will create an inviting look from the exterior of the facility with Y programs on display to those who travel on Broadway, as well as, bringing natural light into the interior of the Y that will improve the member experience. YMCA Executive Director, Derreck Parkevich, explained some of the interior improvements that are planned which are designed to make better use of the available space inside the current facility. “One of the areas we are most excited about is the addition of 8 private family and/or individual dressing areas that will be constructed where the boys and girls locker rooms are now. This will better serve families with young children and their parents by providing private dressing and showering space, along with serving adults and seniors who may not be able to travel up and down the steps to the adult locker rooms on the lower level. It will make our dressing and locker space much more user friendly,” said Parkevich. “We will also be turning some areas of the Y that currently don’t get a lot use during a typical day into spaces that will be more multi-functional and can be transformed quickly into spaces for many different types of programs several times a day. These changes and an updated modern look to the facility will allow us to serve the community even better than we are today.” said Parkevich.

                The Y currently serves over 4,000 members and another 2,000 individuals in its programs throughout the year.

500 and 1000 LB Clubs


open 1000lb and women’s 500lb clubs


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These are clubs for YMCA members only.  Membership requires achieving one rep each of the bench press, squat, and deadlift to equal or exceed 500 pounds (for women) or 1000 pounds (gender neutral). This is a raw challenge. See lift rules below for details.

Lifts must be performed within one hour in front of a qualified staff member.  If no qualified staff member is present, you can make an appointment.

Lift rules can be found here. Club members receive a free t-shirt, are listed on the gym wall, and have their photos and lift information listed here on this site.

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Ladies 500LB Club
Audrey Eaker 500LB Club

Audrey Eaker

Completed Total: 800lb

Squat: 300lb

Bench: 155lb

Deadlift: 345lb

Date: 4/10/2018

 Amanda Hedrick 500lb Club Amanda Hedrick

Completed Total: 570lb

Squat: 200lb

Bench: 125lb

Deadlift: 245lb

Date: 1/31/2018

Tina Marshall and Kelly Cadwallader

Tina Marshall (Left)

Completed Total: 500lb

Squat: 165lb

Bench: 115lb

Deadlift: 220lb

Date: 3/1/2018

Kelly Cadwallader (Right)

Completed Total: 545lb

Squat: 225lb

Bench: 100lb

Deadlift: 220lb

Date: 3/1/2018

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Stacy Collins

Completed Total: 500lb

Squat: 150lb

Bench: 115lb

Deadlift: 235lb

Date: 2/2/2018

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Completed Total: 500lb

Squat: 180lb

Bench: 125lb

Deadlift: 195lb

Date: 2/5/2018


Open 1,000LB Club
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Matt McIntire

Completed Total: 1,255lb

Squat: 425lb

Bench: 375lb

Deadlift: 455lb

Date: 6/11/2018

Jacob Lytle 1000 LB Club1

Jacob Lytle

Completed Total: 1,110lb

Squat: 365lb

Bench: 315lb

Deadlift: 430lb

Date: 6/28/2018

Jonathon Hughes 1000lb Club One Handed

Johnathan Hughes

Completed Total: 1,075lb

Squat: 335lb

Bench: 235lb

Deadlift: 505lb

Date: 2/12/2018

Brian Enders 1000lb Club2

Brian Enders

Completed Total: 1,035lb

Squat: 275lb

Bench: 375lb

Deadlift: 385lb

Date: 1/31/2018

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Adam Morrow

Completed Total: 1,025lb

Squat: 315lb

Bench: 305lb

Deadlift: 405lb

Date: 6/4/2018

Ryan Edge

Ryan Edge

Completed Total: 1,025lb

Squat: 355lb

Bench: 285lb

Deadlift: 385lb

Date: 4/15/2019

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Peter Rogers

Completed Total: 1,015lb

Squat: 385lb

Bench: 245lb

Deadlift: 385lb

Date: 1/7/19

Cole Aschermann 1000LB Club

Cole Aschermann

Completed Total: 1,010lb

Squat: 335lb

Bench: 300lb

Deadlift: 375lb

Date: 4/10/18

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Isaias Martinez

Completed Total: 1,000lb

Squat: 315lb

Bench: 250lb

Deadlift: 435lb

Date: 2/2/2018

Kalon Sprow 1000 LB Club1

Kalon Sprow

Completed Total: 1,000lb

Squat: 315lb

Bench: 250lb

Deadlift: 435lb

Date: 4/5/2018

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The CASS COUNTY FAMILY YMCA is committed to providing programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all. We make every effort to ensure that no one is turned away due to inability to pay. Financial assistance is available please contact us for more information.
Hours of Operation
5:00 am. - 1:00 am.
4:30 am. - 9:00 pm.
4:30 am. - 1:00 am.
4:30 am. - 9:00 pm.
4:30 am. - 9:00 pm.
6:00 am. - 4:00 pm.*
12:00 pm. - 4:00 pm.
*Saturday hours between Labor Day and Memorial Day are 6am to 5pm.
Child Care (6 months to 7 years only)
(Spaces limited, must call ahead)
9:00a-12:00p & 4:00p-7:00p
9:00a-12:00p & 4:00p-7:00p
Branch Information:
905 E. Broadway, Logansport, IN 46947
Phone: (574) 753-5141
Fax: (574) 735-2905
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