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St. Petersburg pools offer swimming lessons

ST. PETERSBURG — St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation is offering four more two-week swimming lessons at nine city pools. Lessons are Monday-Thursday in the morning and evening. Cost for each session is $39 and, due to $22,000 in grant money from the Tampa Bay Rays and St. Petersburg Pediatrics, scholarships are available for those who qualify for Medicaid, food stamps or free lunch in school. The next session begins Monday and runs until June 22. The remaining sessions are from June 26-July 6, July 10-20, and July 24-Aug. 3. Swim team and diving lessons are available for advanced swimmers. Locations include Childs Park Pool, E.H. McLin Pool, Fossil Park Pool, Jennie Hall Pool, Lake Vista Pool, North Shore Aquatic Complex, Northwest Pool, Shore Acres Pool and Walter Fuller Pool. For information, (727) 893- 7441 or visit stpetersburgaquatics.com/ summer-swim/.

St. Petersburg pools offer swimming lessons 06/08/17 [Last modified: Thursday, June 8, 2017 4:40pm]
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