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PAL, SJC Offering Survival Swim Lessons in Patchogue

Lessons designed for children ages 5-10 with no swimming experience.

Want to teach your child to swim?

The Suffolk County Police Athletic League and  are offering a "Swim for Survival Instructional Program" designed for children between ages 5-10 that have no swimming experience.

The program costs $20 and takes place over four weeks. Lessons will take place in the Patchogue campus's John A. Danzi Athletic Center.

Each session is 45 minutes and is taught by certified swim instructors.

Contact information and session times are in the full press release below:

Suffolk County P.A.L.

Press Release

2012 Swim For Survival Program

 

The Suffolk County Police Athletic League and St. Joseph’s College are offering a “Swim for Survival Instructional Program” for children between the ages of 5-10, who have no swimming experience. This four session program will be held for four weeks and is designed to teach basic water survival skills.

Certified swim instructors from St. Joseph’s College will provide swim instructions to each child enrolled in the four 45 minute sessions. The program will be held at St. Joseph’s College, the JohnA. Danzi Athletic Center, 155 West Roe Boulevard, Patchogue, NY. 11772

ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST

40 CHILDREN ON A FIRST COME / FIRST SERVED basis.

 

Session / Date/Time: July 12, 19, 26, & Aug 2, 2012

Session 1 @ 5:00 – 5:45 P.M.

Session 2 @ 6:00 – 6:45 P.M. 

Registration Fee: $20.00 Includes insurance & camp tee-

Shirt. (Each child must bring a towel)

To register, please contact the Suffolk County Police Athletic League at 852-6109

Jeanne M. Kremnitzer or E-mail Jeanne.Kremnitzer@suffolkcountyny.gov

Authority: Lt. Robert Donohue, Commanding Officer

Suffolk County Police Athletic League

PLEASE WEAR BATHING SUIT AND BRING A TOWEL

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