YMCA of Northwest N.C. President Curt Hazelbaker said with drop-ping membership revenue across its branches, the regional YMCA can no longer afford the $300,000-$400,000 shortfall from Winston Lake. He said relatively low membership, the majority of whom are seniors who use insurance to pay, is responsible for the shortfall. He said it’s also one of the larger branches with a lot more space than is needed. He said changes like reduced hours and staff changes have already been put in place. Closing the pool, the most expensive amenity there, was also considered. He said the situation isn’t unique to the Winston Lake Y, with similar measures at four other branches facing shortfalls.. Find Winston-Salem North Carolina YMCAs. YMCAs provide information on the YMCA organization, athletic and gym facilities, classes, employment training, and housing assistance.. It still continues to serve the black community as East Winston’s YMCA. The regional YMCA has been subsidizing the Winston Lake Y since the branch moved to its current location at 901 Waterworks Road in 1985..