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Adaptive swimming program expands in Severna Park to provide more free swim lessons, facilities for the disabled

September 7, 2022

A series of local grants will expand access to swim lessons and other aquatic facilities for people with disabilities at the Severna Park Community Center starting this fall. Thanks to three donations totally $50,000 from the Fund for Anne Arundel ($25,000), Anne Arundel County ($20,000) and the John J. Leidy Foundation ($5,000), the SEALS (Social, Educational, All Welcome, Limitless, Swimming) Program will be free to people from all over the state this fall after launching as a pilot program last year with about two dozen families. Free swim lessons will be available from September to June to adults and children with disabilities.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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