YMCA Undergoes $6.4 Million Renovation

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NORCROSS, GA -- The Robert D. Fowler YMCA, which has 5,000 members, is spending $6.4 million on a renovation project to accommodate the increase in membership. The 10-year-old facility will feature a new aerobics room, teen center, senior center, expanded wellness center, more free weights and more fitness equipment. The construction of the wellness area and senior center will be completed this month. The entire project is scheduled for completion in April.

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