Community Cup promotes team work and fitness

COMMUNITY CUP WRAPS UP
Teams, made up of employees from 80 area businesses and organizations, competed in five different events on the last day of the YMCA Community Cup.

The last day of the twenty-fourth Annual Community Cup took place at Mill Creek Park on Saturday.

Teams, made up of employees from 80 area businesses and organizations, competed in five different events. Some of the events were a time prediction walk, 10-K run and obstacle course.

The Youngstown YMCA started the Community Cup to help promote team work, community pride and physical fitness.

“We’re very excited this year because it’s not raining. It’s beautiful weather out in the park. And, it’s always good to be in the park when its beautiful weather,” said Jennifer Quinlan, Director, Community Cup.

The YMCA is looking for new companies to join them for next year’s Community Cup.

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