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Swimtastic Strong: Solidarity with Florida & The Caribbean

Posted on Sep 7, 2017 3:07:30 PM by Dorian Capers in safety, in Swimtastic, in Family, in Strength, in Announcements

Dear Swimtastic Family,

Due to Hurricane Irma, our Swimtastic Florida locations will be temporarily closed over the weekend. The safety of our swimmers is of the most importance, and we hope everyone stays safe during the storm. North America is on track to endure two back to back powerful hurricanes. It is up to us as people to support our fellow neighbors and communities. Please consider donating your time or money to relief efforts for those affected. We're all in this together. Swimtastic weather closures are as follows:

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To Our SafeSplash Family: Our Hearts are with Houston

Posted on Aug 30, 2017 9:24:27 AM by Dorian Capers in Nature, in SafeSplash, in Family, in Houston, Texas

Due to Hurricane Harvey, our SafeSplash Houston sister schools will be closed through Labor Day. The safety of all our swimmers is of the most importance, and we hope our Houston swim family stays safe during the storm. SafeSplash and Swimtastic have been long time sister schools and our thoughts are with them during this trying time.

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The Beauty in Chaos

Posted on Nov 23, 2016 8:26:00 AM by Michelle Posey in Family, in Holidays, in Fun, in kids, in holiday season, in Thanksgiving, in laughter, in Thankful

The Beauty in Chaos

In a few short days we will "officially" embark upon one of the craziest moments in American history...holiday season. 

As the the CEO of a huge family (8 kids...no, not a typo), my CFO hubby and I get asked what this season looks like at our house. 

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How to Talk to Kids About Pool Safety

Posted on Nov 11, 2016 8:13:43 AM by Ladah Law Frim in Pool Safely, in kids, in Family, in safety, in Swimming, in healthy lifestyle

Swimming pools are a lot of fun for people of all ages. If you have a swimming pool or you plan on bringing your child to a friend or relative's pool or a public pool this season, make safety an ongoing discussion. Taking a few minutes to speak to your child about pool safety on a consistent basis can protect him or her from injury and any unnecessary accidents around swimming pools. Often, kids just need that constant reminder to help them keep safety at top of mind. It’s easy for kids to get caught up in having fun & forget or neglect the little things that will help keep them safe.

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