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Splash Day! At the City Swimming Pool
Wednesday, June 3, 2009 • Posted June 3, 2009

Let freedom ring! School’s out for the summer! We’re kicking it off at the Grand Re-Opening of the City Swimming Pool during Splash Day. Bring your family and friends for swimming, hot-dogs, drinks, and lots of fun in the sun. Splash Day takes place on Saturday, June 6th as the official way to say “Good-bye homework & tests and Hello Summer”! Everyone can come to swim from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. and hot dogs will be served from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. The food and entry fees are by free will donation. All proceeds will fund the Splash Day event and benefit the ongoing success of the pool.

The S.O.S. “Save Our Summer” shirts will be available to purchase for $15 each or two for $23. The shirts feature our pool mascot, Simon the Frog, and are available in sizes ranging from 2-toddler up to 3XL for adults.

Many new things are planned for our community swimming pool. Our wonderful lifeguards are trained and ready to safely care for children & guests. A new addition to the pool this year is an on-site supervisor to assist the City with pool management. ALL kids under the age of 18 need to give the supervisor their name, age, and emergency contact information on their first day of swimming. No children under the age of 9 will be allowed to swim without an adult guardian present. We appreciate your cooperation! Be sure to stop by to meet the supervisor and introduce your children to her. She, along with the lifeguards will be working closely with your kids to ensure they have a fun, safe place to swim this summer.

So, put on your swimsuits & sunscreen, grab a lawn chair and come to the pool on June 6th for hot-dogs and swimming. We want to see who can make the biggest SPLASH!

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