Track Progress

2015
Sep 08

Project Approved

The Marshfield Area YMCA Board approves the capital campaign project to raise $10 million to expand and renovate the YMCA.

2016
Oct 08

Partnership Announced

The Marshfield Area YMCA and Marshfield Clinic Health System announce partnership that will help transform the way prevention-based health, wellness and family-service programs are delivered to Marshfield and area communities. Through this partnership, the facility will be renamed the Marshfield Clinic Health System YMCA.

Nov 08

Architect Selected

The Marshfield Clinic Health System YMCA selects Kahler Slater as the architect for the capital campaign expansion and renovation project.

Dec 08

Builder Selected

The Marshfield Clinic Health System YMCA selects Miron Construction as the construction manager.

2017
Jan 08

School District Partnership

The Marshfield School District makes decision to partner with the YMCA to relocate the Alternative High School. The Wood County Head Start program makes decision to partner with the YMCA to move their current 3-4 year old program and add the birth-3 year old program.

Apr 10

Capital Campaign Kick-off

Official kick-off of the public phase of the capital campaign to raise $1 million towards the $10 million fundraising goal.

Aug 23

Groundbreaking Ceremony

August 23rd, 2017 at noon, Officials at the Marshfield Area YMCA, alongside community leaders, volunteers, donors, partners and invited guests, officially broke ground on the expansion and renovation of the Marshfield Clinic Health System YMCA.

Oct 23

Phase 1 Construction Begins

Miron Construction begins construction of the Everett & Dolores Roehl Youth Center, which will house YMCA child care services, The Marshfield Alternative High School, the Marshfield Clinic Youth Net program, and the Wood County Head Start program. Completion of the Youth Center is scheduled for July 2018.

2018
Jun 01

Phase 2 Construction Scheduled

Phase 2 of the Marshfield Clinic Health System YMCA is tentatively scheduled to begin in June 2018. Phase 2 will include removing the current Fitness Center and building the Healthy Living Center, followed by the Roehl Family Fieldhouse, along with renovations.