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Did you know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says participation in formal swimming lessons can reduce the risk of drowning by as much as 88 percent among young children age 1-4, who ...
Summer burst wide open all over the Reese house in the last few days.
Help break a world record June 18, 2013, at Big Surf Waterpark in Tempe.
Big Surf Waterpark is once again a host site for The World’s Largest Swim Lesson — an attempt by waterparks and pools around the globe to break the Guinness World Record for largest simultaneous swim lesson.
Mesa's SWIMkids USA, 2725 W. Guadalupe Road, is offering free baby swim lessons to infants ages 2 months to 6 months of age.
Thanks to the Summer Splash Tour, there’s at least one hot day this summer you don’t have to think about how to entertain the kids.
PRESCOTT — A lot of pilots have never learned how to ditch their aircraft in water. Especially in Arizona, the "lesson" on that topic is usually a couple of paragraphs in a textbook and a checklist, and that lack of practical knowledge can be deadly.
Get the kids ready for summer with a free afternoon of swim lessons and warm weather fun at SWIMkids USA, where they’ll enjoy playing on water slides, eating hot dogs, and noshing on cotton candy and snow cones.
Gilbert Classical Academy will graduate 37 students in its Class of 2013.
Gilbert's Desert Ridge High School will graduate 580 students this year. Students have been awarded $7.3 million in scholarships.
Some adorable Mesa babies will show off their swim skills on national TV this coming Tuesday.
Banner Children’s at Cardon Children’s Medical Center will have a free “Asthma Attackers” swim class 11:30 to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 6 in Mesa.
April Pools Day: SWIMKids USA makes it easy to get ready for swim season with a day of free swimming lessons, hot dogs, water games, cotton candy and snow cones. Reservations are required at (480) 820-9109.
Soccer and ball players will soon find more fields around Mesa for a game, now that the city has begun work on projects approved by voters in November’s bond election.
A Mesa native was awarded the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility Junior Sailor of the Year award.
RINCON, Puerto Rico — Several years ago, I found myself needing a certain type of vacation — one that would help me reset life and that combined my passions: fitness and sports, the outdoors and travel, healthy food and new people.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — There may have been a time when Puerto Rico was a cheap getaway but those days are long gone. Puerto Rico is heavily dependent on imported goods and fuel and that's reflected in prices from a taxi ride from the airport to the mojito at your hotel. And it is, after all, the Caribbean, where tourists should expect eye-popping bills in season. A six-star hotel that opened recently in Dorado, east of San Juan, advertised rates starting at $1,500 a night, ranging up to nearly $5,000. There are, of course, cheaper options. There are also things to do that don't cost anything at all. Here are five of them:
Ahwatukee Foothills has been raising competitive swimmers for more than 10 years.
Children returned to classes this week after winter break.
Swimming can now be a year-round sport for kids and collegiate level swimmers in Ahwatukee Foothills.
When Lawn Griffiths continued his 26 years of perfect attendance at the Kiwanis Club of Tempe’s weekly meetings at noon on Thursday, there’s no doubt that he and likely a number of his fellow Kiwanians put a “Happy Dollar” in the hat as it was passed around.
Three years ago, Mesa’s Shea Freye learned about a program she could not ignore.
Understanding that language is limited in its ability to describe some things, the ancients often used metaphors to speak of the divine. Three of the most common were fire, water and wind. They are three things that can be quite wonderful: a warm fire on a cold evening, water to grow crops, a cool breeze on a hot summer day. They are also things that can become large and uncontainable: a brushfire, a flash flood, a tornado that uproots mighty trees.
When considering iconic fictional couples, there are only a few who immediately come to mind whose relationship has stood the test of time. Romeo & Juliet, Lois & Clark, Rhett & Scarlett, Fred & Wilma, Homer & Marge and even Peter & Mary Jane are all partners who, when matched together by just their first names, embody a picture of romantic affinity in our collective pop cultural consciousness.