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Mingus Park Pool was first established in 1949. The swimming pool was redone in 1998 through donations from Mrs. Vera Richter. The Mingus Park Pool Bath House was rebuilt in 1999 from general obligation bonds. The pool is a public infrastructure maintained and operated by a non profit organization, Mingus Park Pool Management. The pool is 25 yards by 45 feet, 6 lanes, 3.5-8 feet in depth and is heated to between 81 and 83 degrees F (27-28 C).

Gold Coast Swim Team is a year round non profit swim club. We currently occupy the Outdoor Mingus Park Pool rain or shine. GCST currently has over 40 swimmers ranging from the ages of 6 years old to adult. Our local school district offers bussing after school from school to pool. That way each swimmer can get their daily physical activities in.

Each member of GCST is required to pay monthly dues for participation. Aside from monthly dues, and fundraisers throughout the year, GCST hosts the biggest Swim Meet on the Southern Oregon Coast. THE BIG KAHUNA. Each year the Big Kahuna meet brings over 300 swimmers and their families to the Bay Area.

Our goal as a club is in conjunction with OSI. With the help of our coaches, parents, and community GCST works to build and promote the sport of competitive swimming for the benefit of all swimmers to achieve their maximum potential.
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