Tuesday, September 13 2011 @ 07:30 PM
Posted by: WebAdmin
Spring Stroke Clinic
AGA/AGE/SEN Practices Resume
Sharks' Team Overnight Party
All Other Practices Resume
BDSC May Mania Swim Meet
SHARKS TEAM PARTY @ THE REC-PLEX!
Saturday, April 26th
We will be having a Sharks' team overnight party at the Pleasant Prairie Rec-Plex on Saturday, April 26th. Activities will include swimming, ice skating, open gym, and movies. All interested swimmers, siblings, and/or parents may attend.
Current Shark Swimmers will be $10 per person. All parents and sibling will be $25 per person.
Please click THIS LINK to register and for information regarding time, place, activities, and cost.
YMCA MEMBERSHIP CARDS MUST BE PRESENTED!
ALL Shark swimmers, parents, etc. must present their YMCA membership ID cards to the desk staff in order to be admitted to the pool/locker room areas. While this policy has been in place for a long time...it has not been enforced as much as it should be. The Leaning Tower YMCA is seeking to make our environment more secure...and thus will be stepping up the enforcement of this policy! Please adhere to the following...
ALWAYS come to the desk with your ID card out and ready to be presented
If you have lost your card...please notify the desk staff and they will print you a replacement one
Parents/Friends/Etc. must also present their cards OR fill out the required Guest Waiver Form before they will be admitted to the pool area
THANK YOU for your help in keeping our LTY building and pool/locker room areas secure!!!
Become a Meet Official! Becoming a meet official is an interesting and easy way to become more involved in the sport of swimming. Officials training classes occur throughout the year and the training is paid for by the team. Officials play an important role for the swimmers, providing the necessary guidance and direction that allows them to compete legally throughout their careers.
Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 09:29 PM
Posted by: WebAdmin
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