Finn Skofteby takes a breather during the mixed 50-meter butterfly during the Kokanee Swim Club’s spring jamboree last weekend at the Vernon Aquatic Centre. (Tobias Frederiksen/Morning Star)

Vernon Kokaness make a splash

PHOTOS: Swim club hosts spring jamboree

The Kokanee Swim Club held its Spring Meet and Jamboree last weekend.

Dozens of swimmers from the region competed at the Vernon Aquatic Centre.

See Pool closed for swim meet

But the event also meant the closure of the pool including the Fitness Gym to the public.


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Norah Hamilton waits her turn during the mixed 100-meter freestyle at the Kokanee Swim Club’s spring jamboree last weekend at the Vernon Aquatic Centre. (Tobias Frederiksen/Morning Star)

Ruby Kehler and the mixed 50 butterfly group wait for their turn during the Kokanee Spring Jamboree at the Vernon Aquatic Centre recently. (Tobias Frederiksen/Morning Star)

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