In the swim of things

A National Lifeguard Standard course is being offered at the end of June.

Another excerpt from the City of Rossland Recreation Department report:

Trail Parks and Recreation is offering an NLS Course at the end of June. NLS (National Lifeguard Standard) is one of the required courses needed to become employable as a lifeguard.

The course runs Friday, June 21 to Sunday, June 30 and the cost is $400.

Anyone wanting to register can call (250) 364-0888. Further questions regarding the course can be directed to Gabby Kravski- aquatic coordinator for Trail by email at gkravski@trail.ca or by phone at 250-364-0839.

Note

The Recreation Department is putting together the Summer brochure.

This publication spans the months of June, July and August. If you would like to run a program, please contact our Department to discuss your ideas.

If you’re a community organization who would like a special event advertised in the Community Events and Information section, please email us the specifics, at recreation@rossland.ca

 

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