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Augusta Free Press publishes new Y Magazine for Waynesboro YMCA


ymagazineSEPT15FINALcoverThe latest edition of the Y Magazine, a full-color print magazine featuring information about programs and events at the Waynesboro YMCA, has been published by Augusta Free Press.

The Fall 2015 edition of the Y Magazine features information on the upcoming YMCA Turkey Trot and free WiFi available to Y members, with story profiles on a new Zumba instructor and a member who is aiming to break a weightlifting world record.

AFP editor Crystal Graham worked with staff at the Waynesboro Y on the content and layout of the magazine, which you can access online at this link.

Augusta Free Press, based in Waynesboro, Va., is a full-service marketing and design firm that offers website design, graphic design, video and audio production, public relations and advertising services to clients across the United States.

More online at AFPBusiness.com.



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