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Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2013
Started by toni saunders. Last reply by Darrick Linton Sep 27, 2009.
I had a GREAT time at the DAP Convention this past week-end. I got a chance to meet a few heroes in aquatics that look like me! It was beautiful....I am still in awe!! Hats off to Shaun and crew for all of your hard work.......mucho love.......
DONE! Good luck Wanda!!!
I would like to invite everyone to vote for Wanda Butts for CNN Heroe of the year - 20112. What a great avenue to bring aquatics in the forefront again. Water is a natural resource with many many many uses and swimming is a life skill that all should know. Please vote at CNN Heroes.com for The Josh Project in memory of Josh!!
Looking forward to hearing from Shaun Anderson tomorrow at the Soul Food for Swimming Benefit! My 12 year old son will be filming the event so I hope to have some great footage to share with everyone!
Just finished up another great season of the Josh Project (Norfolk), this was our last session for 2011. Lessons will resume at Norfolk State University on January 23, 2012.
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