June 2019 Belly Flop Newsletter

June 25th 2019
Excel Families,

Happy Summer! With the start of the warmer weather, outdoor barbecues, and lots of swimming it is a very exciting time of year, and we are thrilled that you have allowed Excel Aquatics to be a part of it. With new programs launching in July and August, a pool renovation, and tips for Summer swim safety, this edition of the Belly Flop will help you and your family stay safe and have some fun in the sun, and also show you what is on the horizon with Excel Aquatics. We hope you enjoy!

Kevin M Kearney
Program Director
Our Summer Fast Program is back for 2019! Classes will be held at Siena College, with classes running in the mornings of 7/15-7/18, and 7/22-7/25. For more information or to register, visit our FAST TRACK LESSONS INFO PAGE.

Summer 2 Weekday Lessons

Our next session of year round weekday lessons is arriving quickly in July for both Albany and Schenectady! Classes begin the week of 7/8, and will be held at the Albany Marriott on Monday mornings and Thursday afternoons, and the Schenectady DoubleTree on Wednesday afternoons.

For those interested in continuing their swimming and enjoy practicing under the rising sun, we have acquired some pool time at Wolfert’s Roost in Albany for some morning swims. The information goes as follows:

Mondays at Wolfert’s Roost in Albany: 7/1, 7/8, 7/15 (6am-7am)

These are get FAST practices of the drop in format, and are $20 each. 
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On July 24th we will be sending out information regarding all of our Fall programs. We are very excited about the pool renovations occurring at the College of Saint Rose, and look forward to resuming ALL OF OUR PROGRAMS in both Albany and Schenectady in September!

Summer Swim Safety Tip
One of our most important swim safety tips for backyard swimming is to ALWAYS have a designated water watcher or lifeguard when kids are in the pool. Even when children are competent in the water, there is no substitute for adequate supervision in the event of an emergency!

Want to learn to more Summer Swim Safety Tips? Check out our blog post HERE!
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