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No sun, still fun


Ryan OConnell

The clouds couldn't rain on Shaun-tey Kerr's parade as she celebrated Emswiler Pool's opening on Saturday.

Dark skies, wind and rain didn't stop Shaun-tey Kerr from being first in Emswiler Pool this year. Saturday's opening weather wasn't optimal, but Shaun-tey said she'd been waiting her whole life for this moment; a little rain wasn't going to stop her. Shaun-tey told her mother to come back at 5 before putting on her goggles and going under.

Second year lifeguard Claire Callahan patrolled the sides of the pool, testing chlorine levels and scooping debris. Today was a slow start, but she said they've had 45 kids in the pool area in the past. It's only day one.

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