Swimming for a cause

Tim Bolen was at the Oakville Masters Swim Club, the oldest masters club around.

Each year, the swim club comes together as a team and conduct a charity swim for a chosen charity. A different charity each year decided by the members and this year, they have selected the Canadian Mental Health Association.


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Judy says:

Right up my alley so to speak, helping others is a good life.