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Sun City Swim Dancers' synchronized swimming show is March 9

Barbara D’Entremont, Karen Jones, Kathy Thomas, Rosemary Collins-Riley, JoAnna Greer and Sue Muise of the Sun City Swim Dancers will perform their annual synchronized swim program Saturday.

Courtesy of the Sun City Swim Dancers

Barbara D’Entremont, Karen Jones, Kathy Thomas, Rosemary Collins-Riley, JoAnna Greer and Sue Muise of the Sun City Swim Dancers will perform their annual synchronized swim program Saturday.

SUN CITY CENTER

The Sun City Swim Dancers present their annual synchronized swimming show Saturday in the Atrium Lap Pool, 961 N Course Lane (off N Pebble Beach Boulevard).

The women work to keep their bodies and minds agile and fit while learning figures and routines in a fun and social atmosphere. The practices culminate with their annual show.

This year the Aquatic Dancers from the Villages will be joining the swimmers as guest performers.

Both groups will be performing to songs that relate to water such as Up a Lazy River and Swan Lake.

Tickets are $2 and will be available at the Atrium kiosk from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, or from any Swim Dancer.

Whatever tickets remain will be sold at the door the day of the show.

Sun City Swim Dancers' synchronized swimming show is March 9 03/02/13 [Last modified: Friday, March 1, 2013 4:08pm]
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