Bayonne Recreation to Offer Swimming Lessons to Local Youth

Mayor Mark A. Smith has announced the Bayonne Recreation Division will offer
swimming lessons for local youth, ages 4 to 14. The program will also
include education in water safety, as well as swim technique. The lessons
will be available this summer at the DiDomenico Municipal Pool at 16th
Street Park.

Mayor Smith said, “I would like to urge local children to take advantage of
this program in the summer. It will provide young residents the opportunity
to learn to swim, which is a great skill to have.”

Lessons will begin on Sunday, June 30 and will run through Wednesday, August
7. Each lesson will last for 40 minutes, once a week, for six (6) weeks.
Lessons will take place on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, from
9:45am to 10:25am. Students will have the option of selecting one of the
four days offered.
Four (4) lifeguards will be assigned for each lesson. There will be a 1 to
8 ratio of instructors to students.

The cost of the six-week program is $110.00 per student.

Registration forms are available in the Division of Recreation, which is
located in Room 13 at City Hall.
The children must be Bayonne residents to take the lessons at the DiDomenico
Municipal Pool.

For more information, please call Pete Amadeo at 201-858-6129, or e-mail
BAYONNEREC@AOL.COM.

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