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July 3, 2014

Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center

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(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cheyenne Morigeau)
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A swim student practices her backstroke technique during a swim lesson at the Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center. The center offers lessons to children starting at six months.

The Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center here offers swim lessons designed to teach you, your child or other family members how to swim skillfully and safely. As children progress through the levels, their comfort level in and around water will increase.

Robyn Anderson, Davis-Monthan Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center swim instructor, helps her student practice her technique by using a kick board during the Dolphin swim course level 4 at the Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center. During the level 4 class, the students develop confidence in skills they have learned and improve other aquatic skills such as dives, kicks and strokes.

Robyn Anderson, Davis-Monthan Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center swim instructor, watches her student practice her back stroke during the Dolphin swim course level 4 at the Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center on June 19.

Hannah Scholes, Davis-Monthan Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center swim instructor, directs a swim student toward her during the Dolphin swim course level 1 lesson at the Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center. Level 1 participants learn how to tread water and float by using combined arm and leg actions.

Mason Meier, Davis-Monthan Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center swim instructor, watches his class practice their kicks during a Little Nemo level 2 session at the Outdoor Recreational pool Aquatic Center. The Little Nemo swim course consists of children ages 4 and 5. It’s focus is to that emphasize water safety and survival concepts.




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