SARC opens doors for high school swim team
Citizen Review Wednesday, October 28, 2015
by Lois Krafsky-Perry
Sequim, WA – Although the Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center (SARC) is closing October 30th, the high school girls swim team will be able to practice until November 12th as they requested.
The 16 swimmers are planning to compete on November 13 and 14th, in King County.
They begged the Clallam County Parks and Recreation #1 Board, at the October 21st special meeting, for more time to practice. At that time the board appealed to the community for help.
It has been reported that a newly formed 501(C )3 foundation has offered $7500 to keep the pool open, for the girls to practice.
There are 24 swim team members with 16 girls planning to compete. Members of the team will serve as life guards, during the practice sessions.
This has offered a view of hope. to the swimmers, as well as local community members, who are still hoping for, more avenues to keep the facility open.
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