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Tremblay leaving Kokanee

After four year’s service, Marc Tremblay is leaving his post as head coach of the Vernon Kokanee Swim Club.

Tremblay and his family will move to Calgary where he will assume a position with the Cascade Swim Club’s youth program.

“It’s a personal decision for the family,” said Tremblay. “I only have great things to say about the Vernon Kokanee and the city. It’s a great place, great community.”

He is currently helping the club find his successor.

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