Arbuckle to Participate in the Worlds Largest Swimming Lesson

The Arbuckle Parks and Recreation District will once again participate in what’s called the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson.

Around the globe, thousands of kids and families at aquatic facilities and water-parks to spread the word that Swimming Lessons Saves Lives.

During this international event, participants will attempt to set a new Guinnes World Record for the sixth year in a row.

Team WLSL holds the current Guiness World Record for the largest simultaneous swimming lesson, which stands at 36,564 participants representing 22 different countries according to the Guiness World Record Website.

Join the Arbuckle Parks and Recreation District at the Arbuckle Swimming Pool, 970 Wildwood Road, on Friday, June 24, 2016 at 12:00 PM.

The official Guinness World Record attempt begins precisely at 12:15 PM.

Everyone participating in the record attempt must be registered, in person and ready to begin the lesson will before the official start time for the lesson.

Don’t miss the chance to participate in this record-breaking event and help prevent drowning, the leading cause of injury-related death of children ages 1-5.

For more information contact aprd.mgrimmer@gmail.com, or call (530) 476-3007. To view more information about the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson, visit www.wlsl.org.

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