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  • Fun in the swimming pool

    The city of Fresno pools open June 13. The city is once again offering free swimming classes, this year at Airways. Water safety officials say the classes are critical for reducing water-related injuries and drownings of children. Go to the Aquatics page at www.fresno.gov for more information.

The city of Fresno pools open June 13. The city is once again offering free swimming classes, this year at Airways. Water safety officials say the classes are critical for reducing water-related injuries and drownings of children. Go to the Aquatics page at www.fresno.gov for more information. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com
The city of Fresno pools open June 13. The city is once again offering free swimming classes, this year at Airways. Water safety officials say the classes are critical for reducing water-related injuries and drownings of children. Go to the Aquatics page at www.fresno.gov for more information. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com

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