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Today is the first day of the Summer Trimester...

Today is the first day of the Summer Trimester.  Best of Luck to swimmers competing at the long course meet in St Marys this weekend.  The meet is quite a bit smaller than in previous years, so the start times for the sessions have been adjusted a good bit from what was in the meet notice.

MAC Warm Ups
Session 1 – 7:55a-8:20a – Lane 2

Session 2 – 11:00a-11:50a – Open warm up

Session 3 – 1:25p-1:50p – Lane 3

Session 4 – 5:20p-5:50p – Open warm up

Session 5 – 7:55a-8:20a – Lane 2

Session 6 – 10:55a-11:35a – Open warm up

Session 7 – 1:45p-2:05p – Lane 3

----Practice Schedule----

The practice schedule for today is MODIFIED for Senior Red & Black

Senior Red and Black practices 5:45p-8:00p in the Bubble

Senior White practices 5:45p-8:00p in the Bubble

Age Group II practices 6:00p-8:00p in the Bubble

Senior Prep & Masters has No Practice

Age Group I practices 4:30p-6:15p in the Indoor pool

Novice has No Practice

Novice II has No Practice

Novice III has No Practice

On Saturday the practice schedule is MODIFIED for Senior Red, Black, and White

Senior Red and Black practices 7-9a in the Bubble

Senior White practices 7-9a in the Bubble

Age Group II practices 9-10:30a in the Bubble

Senior Prep & Masters has No Practice

Age Group I practices 7:30-9a in the Indoor pool

Novice practices 10:30-11:30a in the Bubble

Novice II practices 10:30-11:30a in the Bubble

Novice III practices 10:30-11:30a in the Bubble

Morning practices resume begin on Monday May 4 for Senior Black, Red, and White.  Mark your calendars for May 4, 6, 18, 20, 22, 27, and 29 from 5:30a-6:45a.

----Announcements----

**Bubble Lowering Saturday May 9th**

We will need everyone's help for the bubble lowering, but, especially our big, strong dads and older swimmers. If you have never helped with the bubble before or if you forget what is involved here are some tips: The older swimmers should be ready to get in the water. The job can be dirty and wet, so wear old clothes and shoes. Lightweight work or garden gloves can be helpful. We also need crescent wrenches and socket wrenches in the following sizes: 15/16, 9/16, 5/8 and 1/2. Please label your tools to be sure you go home with them. The job usually lasts several hours, but we welcome everyone’s help for as long as they can stay. There are many tasks to be completed later in the day as well so if you can't arrive early, please come when you are able.  In addition, there are many tasks associated with the bubble lowering that need to be completed PRIOR to Saturday. Anyone with time during the day or during your child's practice time the week before the lowering who would like to help should contact Don Feinberg or Chris Kaplan at 301-696-3484.

----Meet Notice----

No new notices at this time.