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YMCA Opens New Early Learning Center

This week the YMCA of Central & Northern Westchester opened the doors to its new White Plains Early Learning Center.  The center is located at 148 Hamilton Avenue in White Plains and serves families with children from 6 weeks and up.  It is conveniently located adjacent to the White Plains Train Station and the Westchester Transit Center.  The Y is currently providing academy services for students in virtual learning days. Our drop-in center provides supervision and educational support during online learning sessions on a first come, first serve basis.  White Plains School District students can come to us for before school care at 7:30 a.m. and will be bussed to their school from the Y.  Our after-school program serves school-age children from any district.   Our award-winning teen leaders and youth and government programs are in session now. Please call us for further information at 914-949-8030 or visit our website at

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