Swim to Survive+™(Plus) Equips Tweens With Survival Skills That Could Help Save Them And Their Friend
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STORY SUMMARY: On Thursday, June 21, 2012, the Lifesaving Society will announce its new Swim to Survive+™ program aimed at children in Grade 7 (11 to 12 years of age). This new program follows on the heels of, and complements, the Lifesaving Society's highly successful Swim to Survive program that has been provided to over 400,000 Grade 3 children since its inception in 2005.
- Barbara Byers announcing Swim to Survive+
- Barbara Byers explaining Swim to Survive+
- Barbara Underhill announcing her support
- Kids in pool demonstrating elements of Swim to Survive+
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