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Honor rolls

Posted: Saturday, July 23, 2011 12:00 pm

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LPR Titans 10U win State Championship

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The final touch

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Learning to swim

Three and a half year old Michael Early Jr. leaps off the edge of the swimming pool into the arms of swimming instructor Debbie Tate, who has been teaching area children to swim for 34 years. She is a Red Cross certified water safety and lifeguard instructor. Recently, she has been teaching swimming to children of some of her first students. The second generation have come from New York, Illinois and other states. She even had one come from Germany for lesson.

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