Spring start for Stingray swimmers

The Chilliwack Stingrays swim club offers swim lessons for beginner and advanced students several times a week.

The Chilliwack Stingrays Swim Club is holding two early-registration sessions on April 6 and 7.

Both run from 10 a.m. to noon.

The first session is at the Leisure Landing Centre and the second is at the Cheam Centre, leading up to the start of the season on April 29.

Swimmers in the Stingray program can swim up to five days a week at a cost of $460. Swimmers in the Pup program can swim up to three days a week at a cost of $364. Registering early cuts $25 off those rates.

The program goals are to aid in swimming development while instilling a lifelong love of the sport.

The club provides many family friendly activities, including the opportunity to participate in swim meets.

The Stingrays offer a trial for those who aren’t sure. Potential swimmers can log three practices in one week for $20, with that money applied to the registration fee should they decide to join.

Call 604-858-9894 for info.

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