Service at Prince Rupert pool frustrating

I was at the pool today and asked about lessons that my daughter could take with me.

Editor’s note: The following letter was sent to the Earl Mah Aquatic Centre and CC’ed to the Prince Rupert Northern View.

I was at the pool today and asked about lessons that my daughter could take with me.

I was told there was no such thing. She stated that she would be taking the lessons on her own. When I look online there is lessons that she and I can take together! The Sea Turtle, I think that is what is called, is for children up to three years old and it is parented!

Why does no one who works there seem to know much of what happens there? Obviously there is still no rhyme or reason to anything done down there!

While swimming today there was alot of rough housing and inappropriate things like  balls being whipped around next to young children and no one did anything….I had to step up and ask them to knock it off before my daughter got hurt.

The only reason we go there is because it is the only thing left in this town to do with a toddler! Maybe I will just stop going altogether.

None of the problems or concerns I have listed out previously have been addressed so I will just find something else to do with my daughter!!

Kim St. Pierre

Prince Rupert

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