VIDEO UPDATE: See police chief get dunked, 6th Annual Free Swim Day from Glacier Valley Rotary

    The 6th Annual Glacier Valley Rotary Club's Free Swim Day is Saturday as Juneau Police officers, Representative Sam Kito, Deputy Mayor Jesse Kiehl, Superintendent Mark Miller climb into the dunk tank.

    UPDATE:

    See Chief Bryce Johnson get tanked by Rotary's Max Mertz:

    (Video courtesy of Juneau Radio Center's Jerry James, who performed the live broadcast from the Saturday event.)


    The 6th Annual Glacier Valley Rotary Club's Free Swim Day at the Dimond Park Aquatics Center in the Valley is Saturday.

    There are 3 sessions: 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m.

    Karen Tarver and Max Mertz detailed the fun on Capital Chat with Sharon Gaiptman Thursday, explaining participants should arrive 20 to 30 minutes before the session time begins to get in line and get the armband for that time frame. They also say there will be free hot dogs and prizes.

    Juneau Police officers, Representative Sam Kito, Deputy Mayor Jesse Kiehl, Superintendent Mark Miller, and others will be in the dunk tank.

    Max says they are partnering with the Juneau Swim Club reserving two laps for competitions and prizes.

    Plus there are about 70 ten day scholarship passes being given out to help all children in Juneau learn to swim.

    Glacier Valley Rotary's free swim day at the Valley pool is this Saturday, July 9th.

     

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