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Ada to host American Red Cross swimming lessons

ADA — American Red Cross swimming lessons will be held at the Ada Municipal Swimming Pool on July 8-12 and July 15,16,18 (possibly), and 19.
No classes will be held on Wednesday the second week. If it rains on Wednesday, July 17, the pool will not be available for swim lessons on Thursday. Children ages 5 and older by July 8, 2013 and adults are welcome to sign-up for lessons.
Saundra Neely, water safety instructor, will be in charge of the lessons.
The registration fee will be $3 per student. Class size is limited to the first 25 students per level. Those interested are asked to complete the accompanying form for each swimmer, with the $3 fee. Cash or checks (made out to Ada Kiwanis Club) are accepted. Return the registration form, fee and a self-addressed stamped envelope to 322 East Lima Ave., Ada, Ohio 45810. Registrations must be postmarked no later than June 29.
Class times/skill levels are as follows:
11-11:25 a.m. – Skill levels 3 and 4: Skill level 4 (stroke refinements, breast, back, elementary back, side, butterfly with increased distance and endurance) and skill level 3 (stroke refinements, back and front crawl strokes, introduce new strokes and skills, increased distance and endurance).
11:30-11:55 a.m. – Skill level 2 (Includes back and front kicks, introduces new strokes/skills, and refines front crawl.)
Noon-12:30 p.m. – Skill level 1 (Includes underwater breathing, independent front and back floats, and introduces swimming strokes/skills.)
All 5-year-olds will automatically be placed in the level 1 class. The instructor reserves the right to place any child in the appropriate level for their skills.
Neely is looking for assistance both in the water and on the deck. Persons 12 years old and older, including adults, are needed to help during these two weeks. People do not need to have previous swimming ability to assist.
A training session will be held Monday, July 1 from 9 to 11 a.m. Volunteers will be notified of the training location.
People who can help or know of someone who can help can call 419-634-3786 for details and leave your name and telephone number.


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