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ISSUE: Local Red Cross ending swim lessons
OUR VIEW: Void must be filled
After 50 years of treading water, dog paddling, flutters and dolphin kicks, the Hardin-LaRue Service Center of the American Red Cross last month announced it is ending its local swimming-lessons program.
The decision came from its parent organization, the American Red Cross, which is undergoing restructuring and wants outside providers to handle the program, said Brett Daugherty, administrative assistant at the local office.
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