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Splash Mid-South is a community-wide, volunteer initiative created to give more children the opportunity to learn to swim.

Formed after the tragic deaths of two Memphis teens in 2008, the organization is committed to providing free or low-cost swim lessons, encouraging minority participating in swimming and supporting lifeguard training. Efforts are based on research from the University of Memphis that shows African American and Latino children are more likely to drown compared to their Caucasian counterparts.

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November 5, 2013

Support Aqua Angels at Memphis Pool

Be an Aqua Angel this holiday season. Join Memphis Pool in supporting the Memphis Splash, a diverse developmental swim team. For just $50, you can provide a young swimmer with …

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May 16, 2013

Summer Swim Team Kicks Off

The Memphis Splash Swim Team is kicking off another fun summer season. Learn more about two swim clinics and volunteer opportunities for Splash Mentors.

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Free CPR Training May 2
May 2, 2015

Each year Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital treats about 40 children who drown or almost drown in pools, ponds or other bodies of water. An event hosted by Splash Mid-South, Le …

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