Photo courtesy of Jeanne Hasenmiller | The Pool at Pleasant Beach is set to debut “Waterproof Your Kids,” a free introductory water safety program for island kids age 3 to 6, in honor of May being National Water Safety Month.

Photo courtesy of Jeanne Hasenmiller | The Pool at Pleasant Beach is set to debut “Waterproof Your Kids,” a free introductory water safety program for island kids age 3 to 6, in honor of May being National Water Safety Month.

Lynwood pool offers free water safety program for kids

The Pool at Pleasant Beach is set to debut “Waterproof Your Kids,” a free introductory water safety program for island kids age 3 to 6, in honor of May being National Water Safety Month.

The six, 30-minute free classes are open to the public with reservations available on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited to six children per session.

“May is National Water Safety Month, which makes this the perfect time to launch this program,” said Joe Raymond, general manager of Pleasant Beach Village.

“We open the pool to members on Friday, May 24, and our experienced lifeguard staff will take the first three Tuesday afternoons of the season to share safety tips and help equip island kids with some of those basic skills necessary to stay safe around water,” he said.

The sessions will be 3 and 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28; Tuesday, June 4; and Tuesday, June 11.

To register visit www.PleasantBeachVillage.com/watersafety or call 206-866-6499.

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