2018 has been another busy year for the AYMC so I wanted to share some facts and figures with you to keep you in the loop on who is using the space and how it’s being used.
We’d love to have you come use the AYMC, whether to work out and/or for your special meeting or event. Please let me know how we can help you out.
- The current number of members for the fitness facility is 511.
- The split is just about even between male and female and congregation and community members.
- We are open seven days a week and the average number of people coming to work out on a daily basis is 50.
- We have six personal trainers using the facility.
- We have sixteen exercise and wellness classes meeting Monday through Friday.
- First Baptist team practices and league games.
- Travel ball practices and tournaments.
- Greenville Tech Charter High School PE classes and volleyball and basketball practices.
- Three the Hard Way training, practices, leagues and camps.
- Lead Academy practices and games.
- Einstein Academy PE classes, recess and basketball.
- Pickup basketball games.
- Other church and individual team practices.
- Special Olympics.
- Greenville Sports League.
- SC Redhawks semi-pro basketball team home court.
- Line dancing and shag classes.
DOWNSTAIRS CLASSROOMS AND LARGE GATHERING SPACE:
Countless parties – birthday, showers, Christmas, graduation, Sunday School, American Ninja Warrior.
Three weekly Bible studies.
FBC Staff meetings – general staff, day school staff, individual staff
Church meetings – committees, circles, Stephen Ministry, knitting group, Children’s ministry events, book club
Outside group meetings and events – Include homeschool, Momentum Bike Club, three bridge groups, Goodwill Good Guides, Applied Theatre Group, Carolina Dance Collaborative, Greenville Health System, women’s self-defense, SAIL, Girl Scout leaders, Thyme and Play, CPR/First Aid, Carolina Panthers children’s camp, USC med students college cup, Greenville Tech Charter High School classes, BTSR alumni gathering, Logisticare company party, Sterling School after school party and Greenville mental health summer camp for children.