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Date: 6/6/15 Event: Geoffrey Keller Memorial Open Water Distance: 1.2/2.4 mi Registration: my.mhaus.org/events Maximun Capacity: 200
Date: 6/27/15 Event: Central Illinois Open Water Swim Distance: 1.2/2.4mi Registration: ciows.org Maximum Capacity: 250
Date: 9/12/15 Event: Big Shoulders National 5K Championship Registration: SOLD OUT Maximum Capacity: 1000
On October 17, ILMSA representatives from teams (1 vote per 50 team members), voted to hold the 2015 state meet at the RecPlex facility in Pleasant Prairie, WI. The meet hosts will be from Libertyville Masters and Lake Forest Swim Club. These are the same hosts as last year. In addition, the Board has agreed to host another social on Saturday of the state meet weekend, which is April 10-12. The 1650 Free will be held on Friday, April 10th. There will be 160 open spots for this event, which will be held in two pools. In addition, there will be 200 spots for the 500 Free and 200 spots for the 400IM.
Date: Second Monday of every month.
Time: 7:30 PM CST
Phone Number: 559-726-1200
Access Code: 933047
Members are allowed to participate, please permit everyone to have their full say before proceeding.
Announce your name to begin a question or comment. Only Board members are allowed to vote.
Attention ILMSA members,
During the state meet on Saturday April 11, 2015 following the 200 mixed medley relay we will hold our annual Spring ILMSA membership meeting.
We will be voting on a change in by-laws.
The first ILMSA Adult Learn to Swim program is behind us, taking place on Saturday April 18th at Northside College Prep High School in Chicago. With no budget, with scant notice and with having to begin the program from scratch, many thanks go to Susan Scanlon and Kevin Scanlon for putting in a great effort in this inaugural program. They not only created and assembled all of the notices, but also managed to coach this first effort. (See the attached photo, with several participants.) And a large thank you should go to Ed Stranc for securing the use of the Northside pool, a beautiful facility. Notice of forthcoming ALTS programs will be posted so everyone can work on increased participation in this vital program.