Pleasing And Practical

Today’s aquatic center has the potential to become an important part of a community, to improve the quality of life, and to provide recreation for “children of all ages and abilities.” Especially in today’s economy–when the family budget is already strained–the successful aquatic center is an inexpensive alternative to commercial recreation, and viewed as a pillar of the community, bringing focus to family values, neighborhood pride and wellness. With families traveling fewer and shorter distances, the term “staycation” (a vacation …


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