TITLE

CALENDAR

PUB. DATE
March 2005
SOURCE
Swimming World;Mar2005, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p68
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Calendar
ABSTRACT
This article presents a calendar related to the swimming world. On March 2005 the SES South District 850-484-1312. 12-13 Lake Charles, LA Louisiana 8& U Champs. 12-13 Raleigh, North Carolina NCS B-C States 919-859-0050. 12-13 Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, JW Mini Champs 856-234-5898. 12-13 Mexico, New York METS "G-S-B" 315-963-8424. 12-13 Australia, OR Tall Timbers End of Season Finale Invit. Kmbaldessari@earthlink. net. 12-13 Corvallis, OR team short course invitation Cat director@ashcreekwireless.com.
ACCESSION #
16955459

 

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