Swim Empowerment is accepting children for FREE swim lessons at three Greater Providence YMCA locations this Spring!

Swim Empowerment of Rhode Island, a project of Adopt A Doctor will partner with 
the Greater Providence YMCA over the next few months. The goal of the partnership
is to identify children in the greater Providence area that have a desire to learn
to swim, but do not have access to private programs.

Greater Providence YMCA CEO, Jim Berson, has offered the swimming facilities and
 expert staff at their Providence, Cranston and Seekonk locations. Swim Empowerment
has signed an agreement with Greater Providence YMCA to offer 16 weeks of free swim
lessons which will be broken up into two 8 week sessions. The initial session, set
to begin on March 1st, will accommodate two groups of youngsters (ages 3-5, and 
ages 6-12). There are a total of 42 spaces available. Swim Empowerment of Rhode 
Island, a project of Adopt A Doctor will partner with the Greater Providence YMCA
over the next few months. The goal of the partnership is to identify children in
 the greater Providence area that have a desire to learn to swim, but do not have
access to private programs.

Parents who wish to take advantage of this program can contact Swim Empowerment 
at 401.421.0606. Please do not contact the YMCA directly.

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