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Community Alert: The City of Santa Ana & Blueray Aquatics Present: Water Olympics 2013

SANTA ANA, CA (September 3, 2013) – On Saturday, September 7, 2013, Blueray Aquatics will host a community outreach event for the entire City of Santa Ana with the 2nd Annual Water Olympics at Memorial Pool. Blueray’s focus is to give back to the City and its residents, as all the proceeds for this event, will go back to the community aquatics programming. Managing Director, Abby Pearose describes Blueray Management’s Water Olympics as, “….a colossal pool party. Blueray is committed to building a stronger community through our aquatic programs.”

The Water Olympics will kick off with the final inner city swim meet of the season; watch as local swimmers compete for top times. There will be music, food, prizes and much more! All event participants will not only have a great time in the water but also receive prizes for participating. The other half of the pool will be ready to party with beach balls, inflatables, noodles, and rafts for recreational swimmers. Local companies have contributed exciting prizes towards our raffle. Blueray will raffle free two (2) week Learn to Swim Lessons and Private Lessons. Be sure to visit the registration booth to receive 10% off all new fall aquatic program registrations. Bring your swimsuit because you don’t want to miss all the fun!

For more information about the City of Santa Ana and Blueray’s offerings, please visit or contact them at 949-887-5985. Office hours are 12pm- 4pm Monday thru Friday. Blueray office is located at the Salgado Community Center Pool, 706 N. Newhope, Santa Ana, CA


Memorial Pool- 2102 S. Flower St.
Santa Ana, CA
Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013.
12 pm – 3 PM. $2 donation

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The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

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