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1st Week of Practice!

posted May 17, 2011, 12:23 AM by RSST Swim Team
Normal practices begin today.  If you have been doing early bird, everything will stay the same.  If you have not begun practicing yet the times are as follows:
           
                3:30 - 4:30pm    10 and under
                4:30 - 5:30pm    11 and up
 
 
*    T-shirt order forms are due no later than this Friday, May 20.  Forms are in the pool area.  Please return to Leslie Davisson or to Stunt Dawg Studio.  We hope to have them in the first week of June.
 
*    Remember to sign up for a duty for at least one swim meet on the bulletin boards outside the pool area.  I will take the list on Monday, May 23rd and fill in all areas that are blank with those that have yet to volunteer.  Thank you so much for your cooperation in this!
 
*    Kastaway will be at practices on May 24th.  If you would like to see the suit choice you can find it kastawayswimwear.com.  Search for:  The Finals Savannah Spiral (9837)
Prices will be:  Female $36.00, Jammer $25.60 
 
*     We are still in need of:
            Head Timer
            Head Ribbon Writer
            Head Concession
   
            Again....these are not difficult positions to fill and do not require you to do these things at every meet.  We
            just need someone to oversee and make sure there is sufficient coverage.  Thanks in advance for your help!
 
*    If you have not already made a pop/water/gatorade/$5.00 donation to the concession stand, please do so at your earliest convenience.
 
*    Please remind your son/daughter to make sure they have all their belongings before leaving the locker rooms.  It is my understanding that several items have been left behind and unfortunately, they tend to be thrown out during cleaning at night.  I know how expensive these items can be and don't want them to be thrown away.
 
I think that is all for now.  We are only a few weeks away from our first meet!!  As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to speak up.
 
Sincerely,
Kristie Housman
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