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Sisters Work to Bring Public Swim Facility to Columbia County



Of all the swimming spots in Columbia County, none are publicly owned.

The county boasts plenty of places to go swimming. The Augusta Jewish Community Center in Evans offers pool memberships. Dolphin Academy in Evans on Washington Road specializes in swimming classes. Apartment complexes, neighb...

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  1. wondering who would pay for the purchase of land, construction costs, and maintaining of a public pool? and where would it be located. Maybe pools needed in Evans and Grovetown and Appling areas to accommodate citizens throughout the county.

  2. Caravans and bus loads of swimmers from as far away as Savannah, Macon, and Augusta make the trek to Splash in the Boro all summer long. The facility is sparkling clean and located next to a big beautiful public park. Columbia county would be ideal for such an investment, but it will take vision and study to make it as successful as the waterpark in Statesboro.

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