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Hello Shark families and Shark swimmers, hope this message brings you health and positive thoughts while we are on this uncertain adventure.

Important information to share out:

Baldwinsville Sharks Annual Swim Banquet will be postponed for our swimmers and families. As a board we all felt that this is a special time for our swimmers and families and wanted to continue this tradition and will postpone the banquet at a later date. Once we have the date scheduled with the district we will share that out. If you do not want to take part in the banquet and would like your check or money returned please let us know in an email. For now we are holding on to all payment that was received for the banquet and will be good to go when our new date is released. ALL swimmers will still be invited to our banquet even if you are not taking part in the spring swim session.

Spring session dates: As of right now this is our release dates to begin our spring swim session: New Swimmer Evaluation Night: April 15th 1st group of new swimmers-6:00pm-6:45pm, 2nd group of new swimmers: 6:50pm-7:30pm. April 16th-ALL SWIMMERS (new and returning swimmers) begin spring session. Spring session April 16, 2020 through June 12, 2020.

Days/Times/Pricing for each swim group (White, Red and Black group) will be out soon!

Information will be posted on our website and will also be sent out in a Shark Alert.

Much more information will be released in the future so keep watch for more emails.

Stay safe and healthy during these next few days and weeks ahead. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email us at: bvillesharksswim@gmail.com

GO SHARKS!


BSSC is a competitive swim club and is dedicated to the development and enhancement of competitive swimming for boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 18. We are not a "learn to swim" or "lessons" type of program, and as such, we ask that swimmers have a basic knowledge swimming, and be able to safely swim one length of a 25-yard pool (for safety reasons, they should not have to stop and hold the wall or lane lines).

White (Beginner: NOT a learn to swim program)

Red (Previously Level 1, intermediate swimmer)

Black (Previously Level 2, intermediate/advanced)