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Abilities United
August 18, 2014, 05:00 AM

Abilities United hosted a celebration Saturday, Aug. 9 at the Hoover Pool in Redwood City to conclude the Redwood City drowning prevention program launched June 17. Abilities United health educators and swim instructors taught 200 parents about the value of swim lessons and water safety for their children. For more information go to http://www.abilitiesunited.org/clasesdenatacion. Pictured are: Charlie Weidanz, Abilities United, executive director and resident of Burlingame; Lorianna Kastrop, with the Kastrop Group and chair of the Redwood City Port Commission; Shawn White (in red), the Redwood City Parks and Arts Foundation Board and Redwood City planning commissioner; a mother of swim students and Redwood City resident; Julie Mooney, Redwood City Parks and Arts Foundation Board member; Mike Lynch, Redwood City Parks, Recreation and Commission Services commissioner; Tom Mohr, Redwood City Parks and Arts Foundation Board member and trustee with the San Mateo County Community College District board; Redwood City Mayor Jeff Gee; Pat Black, Redwood City Parks, Recreation and Commission Services Commissioner; and Chris Beth, director of the Redwood City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department.

 

 

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