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Living La Vida Lifeguard


Hey teens! Want to have the summer of a lifetime? You can learn some life-saving skills while making friends on cool kayaking adventures, surfing gnarly waves, and experiencing real-life ocean ecology lessons while snorkeling, and, at the same time, pick up some first aid and water rescue skills and physical fitness taught by highly qualified and kid-oriented lifeguard instructors. Sign up for the last three-week session of the Refugio State Beach Junior Lifeguard Program, happening from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. every day from July 21-August 8. Cost is $275 (with sibling discounts) and space is limited, so register now. Visit refugiojg.com for swimming requirements and more information, or call 968-3834.

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