Way of life
THE WOODLANDS, TX – The Woodlands Township lifeguard staff just lately took first place within the Texas State Lifeguard Championship, hosted by the Texas Public Pool Council in Brenham, TX. The staff’s victory marks the seventh time a Township delegation has received the title.
“The Woodlands Township’s lifeguards play an important function in serving to to maintain Township residents and guests secure every summer time on the group swimming pools and Rob Fleming Aquatic Middle,” stated Director of Parks and Recreation John McGowan. “We’re extraordinarily pleased with their first-place end on the Texas State Lifeguard Championship.”
The primary-place staff comprised Township lifeguards Nate Provost, Richard Monks, Griffin Keene and Allison Sharer. Aquatics Superintendent Marty Mulgrew and Aquatics Supervisor Cynthia Roberts handle the Township lifeguards and coordinate their in depth coaching every summer time.
The team-based competitors consisted of situations testing lifeguards’ abilities in CPR/First Assist, Water Surveillance and Rescue, and Spinal Administration. Competing groups should qualify to attend the lifeguard championship competitors. Solely the highest 4 groups from regional competitions such because the North Texas Guard Video games, Central Texas Lifeguard Competitors and the Gulf Coast Guard Video games qualify. The Woodlands Township was represented by two groups of the qualifying 12 groups. Competitor groups included the Cities of Baytown, Cedar Park, Conroe, Denton, Grapevine, Kerrville and Spherical Rock.
For extra details about The Woodlands Township, please name 281-210-3800 or go to www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov.