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July 4th Splash Bash at the City Swimming Pool
Wednesday, July 1, 2009 • Posted July 1, 2009

Come join us for Independence Day on Saturday, July 4th from 12:00 - 6:00 at the City Pool. Even though this is a regular swim session time, water games will be included for an afternoon of fun. There will still be times of “free swim” and all kids are welcome to participate in the games. However, no one has to join the games if they want to come swim. To give you more hints about the activities planned, buckets and small water balls will be used. Prizes will include snow-cone coupons, courtesy of MAKS Tropical Sno.

The cost to swim will be the same as regular sessions: Children 3 & under will cost $1 and people 4 years & over will be charged $2 each. Even if you do not swim, you must pay to stay within the fenced pool area. Our lifeguards are responsible for everyone in that area. You may not drop off children under the age of 9 without an adult guardian. However, you are welcome to sit just outside the fenced area under the pavilion to watch your kids, without paying the entry fee. (Be sure to bring your lawn chairs.)

The “Read & Swim” coupons will be accepted, courtesy of Mason National Bank. Bring your friends and come cool off with us on July 4th - it’s your get-away from the heat and a chance to hang out with your friends! (A separate ad in this week’s paper lists the times of all sessions.)

Other News: The pool will be closed from 1:30 - 4:00 on Tuesday, July 7. The lifeguards will be in training classes, but will open the pool at 4:00. Teen night will still be held from 7:00 - 9:00 pm. If you have any questions or would like to reserve the pool for a private party, call Sherry at 805-1278.

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