Proposed RECOSA Bylaw Changes | Mar. 22 Brown Bag | City Manager’s 5K Walk & Run | YMCA Fee Increase

Proposed RECOSA Bylaw Changes

The RECOSA board is proposing some changes to the organization’s bylaws. The changes are primarily in the areas of membership, voting and elections. The proposed changes can be reviewed by clicking the image below. To comment on the proposed bylaw changes, email us at Voting will take place at the Mar. 22 Brown Bag session.

      Click Image to Open

      Mar. 22 Brown Bag

      Save the date! The next Brown Bag session is scheduled for Fri., Mar. 22. More information on the location and registration is coming soon. The Alzheimer’s Association is scheduled to give a presentation as well as a presentation by the Methodist Healthcare on falls and how to prevent them.

      City Manager’s 5K Walk & Run

      The City of San Antonio (COSA) is again offering COSA retirees free registration for the City Manager’s 5K Walk & Run. Family and friends of COSA retirees can also register for just $5 plus taxes and fees. The City Manager’s 5K Walk & Run will be held on Sat., Mar. 9 at 7:00am at the San Antonio Zoo, 3903 N. St. Mary’s St. For more information and to register, visit Use coupon code “RECOSA” for free registration.

      Click Image to Open

      YMCA Fee Increase

      Beginning in March there will be a fee increase for COSA retirees for use of the YMCA. Specifically, the Adult rate is increasing from $25/mo to $28/mo and the Family rate is increasing from $60/mo to $65/mo. The Family rate includes 2 adults and children up to age 26. To review the program benefits and fees, click the image below. Membership includes citywide and nationwide access to all participating YMCAs and YMCA360, a virtual platform that offers 1,500+ on-demand and live classes. In addition, the YMCA is now registering participants for its Y Diabetes Prevention Program, Y Weight Loss Program, and Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program by emailing

      note: for post-65 medicare retirees, explore Aetna’s SilverSneakers program, as YMCA membership may be a better value under that program

      Click Image to Open
          Scroll to Top