Asking SwimSwam editors: Help with your stories for a cyber swim camp for inner-city kids with closed pool

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Memo to Braden, one of the owners and editors of a top swimming website.

Readers of SwimSwam are invited to share a fun, positive, 5-minute story for a group of 5th-graders in a summer-school swim camp hosted by Pittsburgh Public Schools and Coach Mark Rauterkus. "We can't swim nor can we meet in person this summer due to the global pandemic. The school pools, public pools and our nonprofit pool is closed, sadly. But we still need to engage with the kids."

"We are going to have story time at camp. We'd love to share your recorded videos at our camp. The aim is to widen perspectives for the students over the course of the27 days of camp.

To participate, craft and think through your story, with a beginning, middle and end. Then record it into your mobile device or laptop. Send the video to Mark@Rauterkus.com. You can upload it via the S6.CLOH.org website, Google Drive, DropBox or WeTransfer.

Stories should include some connection with water. A few examples are posted already. The stories are going to be shared into the future for others to enjoy too.

See:
https://S6.CLOH.org

Thanks for the consideration.


Interactions with the world!

The call to participate was placed and the swim community has responded. We'll be getting more stories and more interactions with people from around the world who care about sharing with the youngsters in Pittsburgh.

See the article by clicking the link.

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