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Olympic Splash Bash - RSVP


Calling all swimmers!

Join Buckeye Friday, August 3 at The Lakes Golf & Country Club from 2-5
for an Olympic Celebration!

The details:
· Any Buckeye swimmer, parent or friend of Buckeye is welcome to attend.
· Cost is $5 per swimmer, $10 per adult.
· Every attendee will receive one raffle ticket for great prizes and one entry into our 50/50 raffle.
· We will have LIVE VIDEO STREAMING of Olympic Swimming Finals!
· We are giving away prizes, having contests, games  and will hold a 50/50 raffle.
· Drinks and snacks will be provided to all attendees.
· The Lakes pool will be open and available for all party attendees!
· ALL attendees must RSVP via Paypal by Thursday, August 2nd.

RSVP
Swimmer$5.00 USD Adult$10.00 USD
RSVP via Paypal - follow this link:http://www.bkyswim.com/Team_Information.php

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