Please save our community pool

Editor,

If you would like to have family day at the pool; if you would like your babies to get used to being in the water; if you would like your children to have an opportunity to learn to swim or be on a swim team; if you like to swim laps; if you or a loved one enjoy or need low impact, water resistance exercising; if you like water aerobics; if you would like to enjoy water volleyball; if you think it is a good idea for the community to have a pool, then please vote “yes” on the North Whidbey Park and Recreation levy.

This is not an increase, just a renewal.

Please keep our pool open.

Kris O’Connor

Oak Harbor

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