December 7, 2016
7pm – 8:30pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)
$5 per person (Cash bar available)
“Do you like Pad Thai? Too bad, that’s not even a thing in the REAL Thailand. They do have slabs of barely dead animals, water oxen, rice fields, 1980s motorbikes, forest temples, and smiling, friendly faces. Living and teaching English in one of the many rural rice villages of northeastern Thailand was an experience that can only be described in your standard clichés – unforgettable, inspiring, and hilariously confusing. The number one question I’ve always gotten since then is “How do you teach English to students who don’t understand English?” Well, how do you live in a country for a year that is so drastically different from your own? The answer’s the same: you take it slow, embrace the isolation of having no idea what’s going on, laugh a lot, and you learn as much as you can.”
We are looking for CERTIFIED lifeguards with at least 2 year’s experience.
Part-time benefits available for 20-29 hours per week.
FREE swim pass even for working just one shift per week.
Contact Jennifer Davisson, 719-539-6738 for more information.
Attention all personnel that help keep us healthy
For this whole month of November 2016, all medical/healthcare staff, support and administrators can bring in an employment badge or a current pay-stub or other proof of employment and swim FREE in the public pools all month. This is a great time to come on down and check us out. Check our Pool Hours page for the best times.