Juliana Cannoy, 11, and Julia Morales, 11, tackle the mile swim challenge with the Fort Irwin Sandsharks swim team April 26 at Oasis Pool
Emma Saelens, 13,poses with the smiley face cap she earned by swimming a mile in Oasis Pool with the Fort Irwin Sandsharks swim team April 26. Saelens was the first to finish the mile in 40 minutes and continued on to swim a second mile that night.
Ashley Outtrim, 9, poses for a photo during the Fort Irwin Sandsharks mile swim challenge at Oasis Pool April 26.
Emily Yerman, a third-grader at Tiefort View Intermediate School, swims with a kickboard during a mile swim with the Fort Irwin Sandsharks swim team at Oasis Pool April 26.
Ben Gagnard, 10, swims with a kickboard during a mile swim with the Fort Irwin Sandsharks swim team at Oasis Pool April 26.
1. Where do you volunteer? I volunteer at the Oasis Pool, Post Library and with the Red CrossÂ Youth Group. 2. What do you do as a volunteer? I am a swim teacher aide at the pool, I help with the libraryâ€™s story...
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