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CONNECTING PEOPLE & PLACE
TO BUILD COMMUNITY


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April 5th, 2010 in Business, Community, Environment, News, Partners, People, Youth |


We visited Mysty Beal at the pool today and we’re excited about the re-opening of the pool on Saturday, May 1. Community members (and their kids!) are scrubbing, sweeping and pressure washing the facility, which hopes to attract a lot more members of the community. Culturally competent programs, lessons, even an opportunity to rent out the pool in the future all sounds promising. As a friendly reminder, you can swim for free for two hours after our White Center Spring Clean event on Saturday, May 15. Read what WhiteWater Aquatics Management sent to the CDA by clicking here. Check out the photos we took this afternoon:

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The pool will shed its security fence soon!

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The supportive "tree" column design was made in the early 1970s. It still looks hip today.

The pool itself is generally shallow (3-4 feet), but there is a deep end in the corner of the pool that measure 10 feet. There are a total of 8 lanes for lap swimming.

The pool itself is generally shallow (3-4 feet), but there is a deep end in the corner of the pool that measures 10 feet. There are a total of 8 lanes for lap swimming.

The water boiler was inspected just this morning and is looking pretty good. You probably wouldn't want to jump in it, though!

The water boiler was inspected just this morning and is looking pretty good. You probably wouldn't want to jump in it, though!

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One Response to “Photos of Evergreen Community Aquatic Center”

  1. paco_and_taco Says:

    What a beautiful facility! It’s so dreary to drive by and see it boarded up. Thank you for providing the photos.

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