Annual Newsletter

The Children’s Water Festival was a success again this year.  We are always honored to attend and share our Reach, Throw, Don’t Go educational session with local third grade students.  It is always fun to watch the children perform the water safety relay. We want to send a special thank you to the 4th grade…… Continue reading Annual Newsletter

Layers of Protection

Supervision NEVER RELY ON FLOATING DEVICES OR SWIM LESSONS TO PROTECT YOUR CHILD. SUPERVISION IS THE KEY. NEVER leave small children unattended around ANY body of water – no matter how shallow. Be aware that standing water left in buckets, wading pools, bathtubs, toilets, etc. can be dangerous to toddlers. Empty buckets or other containers…… Continue reading Layers of Protection

The Truth Behind Mermaid (monofins) Fins and Mermaid Tails

Mermaid tails and mermaid fins have become controversial water toys that are targeted at children but may be utilized by adults as a form of abdominal swimming exercise. Many countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the U.K. are beginning to ban the use of mermaid fins and mermaid tails in public pools.  Safety…… Continue reading The Truth Behind Mermaid (monofins) Fins and Mermaid Tails

Hypothermia

The American Red Cross defines hypothermia as “the cooling of the body caused by the failure of the body’s warming system.” (1) Hypothermia can lead to death, if untreated! While everyone is at risk of hypothermia, some individuals are more susceptible: (2) The elderly. Children. Individuals with lower body fat. Males because their bodies generally…… Continue reading Hypothermia