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Full summer of aquatic acivity for YMCA

The Door County YMCA isn’t wasting time this summer trying to advance people’s water safety and swimming ability. Door County Aquatics Director Mike McHugh is particularly excited to bring back the six-week Peak Performance program that he’s been conducting for 25 years. This year they’ll get to take two sets of 40 swimmers, and the Peak Junior program can take 50.  McHugh says it’s a phenomenal opportunity, especially with their top-flight equipment. He adds that adults began to notice and wanted to apply it to their routine.

 

 

Summer aquatics programs begin on June 21st, when McHugh returns from the US Olympic Trials, where he’ll be rooting for his son and former DC United swimmer, Max McHugh. Mike McHugh mentioned that it’s been nice seeing people returning to the YMCA and joining.

 

(Photo courtesy of the Door County YMCA )

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