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Toddler Swim Program Receives Donations

The Boulder City Sunrise Rotary recently donated $1,000 for the Toddlers Learn to Swim Program at the Boulder City Pool and Aquatics Center. From left, Bobbe Wilson, aquatic administration clerk; Harold Begley, president of the Boulder City Sunrise Rotary; and Sheri O’Berto, aquatics coordinator. PHOTO COURTESY/ROGER HALL


Copper Mountain Solar donated $2,000 to Boulder City for the pool’s Toddlers Learn to Swim Program. Above, from left, are Roger Hall, Parks and Recreation director; Sheri O’Berto, aquatics coordinator; Brad McKinley, Copper Mountain Solar facility manager; and Bobbe Wilson, aquatic administrative clerk. The Boulder City Sunrise Rotary also contributed to the Toddler Learn to Swim Program, donating $1,000.

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