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34th annual Ranger Swim School held

Posted: Friday, Jun 28th, 2013


Ranger Swim School instructors were (back) Melissa Corbin, Kelsi Nicotera, Karsten Boley, Kaisha Nielson and Erron Hopkins, and (front) Hannah Crank, Ali Miller, Kennadi Gilbert and Bailey Schramm. Courtesy photo


KEMMERER — The first session of this year’s Ranger Swim School is completing its final day today. This ends a three-week lesson, Monday through Thursday, of learning to safely respect the water. The first session had over 165 students.

“We had a tremendous turnout for the first session, with the second session filling up,” commented Jennifer Ness, the school’s program administer. “Our students have been learning to not only swim, but to safely be around, in and on the water. While it takes years to become an independent and safety-minded swimmer, the program has had a great interest from the community in helping our community be as water safe as possible. “

The Ranger Swim School’s teachers this year include Melissa Corbin, Kelsi Nicotera, Ali Miller, Kennadi Gilbert, Karsten Boley, Hannah Crank and Erron Hopkins. Teacher aides are Kaisha Nielson and Bailey Schramm.

“Our staff is working extremely hard, and we are thrilled to have such a qualified group of swimming and diving instructors,” concluded Ness.

Courses offered this year included all the American Red Cross learn to swim offerings, junior lifeguarding, diving, adult swim Lessons, lifeguarding and private lessons. The learn to swim courses included parent and toddler, preschool and levels one through six. There was something for every age group.











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