Seals open fall registration

  • Wednesday, August 28, 2019 11:46am
  • Sports

The Vashon Seals Swim Team has recently opened registration for fall, for kids ages 4 through 18. For details, see vashonseals.org.

The first meet of the season will be the PNS October Challenge (Oct. 5 and 6) in Poulsbo.

Above, members of the Vashon Seals Swim Team and the Tacoma Metro Ducks participated in their annual dual swim meet at the Vashon Community Pool early this month. A total of 70 swimmers from both teams, ranging in ages from 5 to 18 participated.

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