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Letter to the editor: Enjoyed new pool


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By RICHELLE CLEMENTS
SORENSEN
GARLAND

To the Editor and Aquatic Center Committee:

On a recent trip to Castle Dale to visit family, we (me and my children, ages 3 and under) were able to visit the new aquatic center. I would like to thank those who have taken the time to research and find the best items for this new facility. I was impressed with the quality of the building and swim area, and really enjoyed my time swimming and playing in the outdoor swim area. It has been a long time since I have been to a swimming pool that offered such a bright and clean atmosphere, was in working order, offered my children a safe place to play and offered such a large variety of swimming options. You can tell there was a lot of thought that went into the design and choice of options that would benefit the greatest number of visitors. I know that each time we visit Castle Dale we will be bringing our swim suits to enjoy this new addition to the community. Thank you again for all your work and adding to the things that make Castle Dale and Emery County a fun place to visit.

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