Teravista joins World’s Largest Swimming Lesson for fun, safety
Friday, June 13, 2014
If you’ve ever wanted to help set a new Guinness World Record, then please plan to join “The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson” on Friday, June 20, at 10 a.m. at the Teravista Residents’ Club.
The Residents’ Club will be one of hundreds of facilities in more than 20 countries to take part in “The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson,” and they’ll be trying to set their fifth Guinness World Record.
This free, fun event also has a serious side – to raise global awareness of the importance of teaching kids to swim to help prevent drowning. Drowning is the second leading cause of accidental death of children ages 1-14, and research shows that if a child doesn’t learn to swim before the 3rd grade, they probably never will.
So before enjoying an entire summer of fun at the pools in Teravista and all the great swimming holes, lakes and water parks in the Austin area, please join us for this important event. It’s going to be lots of fun – and it could possibly save a life.
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