Water temperature is back in the low 70s so no reason not to be swimming. We had over 35 swimmers join us on New Year’s Day, and that’s not too shabby. We are back to the regular swimming schedule of 6:30 am on weekdays and 7:45 am on Saturdays.
We have license plate holders now for the 100 k club members stop by and pick yours up. We also have posters from the 5K night ops swim that folks forgot to pick up as well. If you did the 5K Frogman this year ask Lucky for your poster.
Dave Heffernan wrote: “Friends- Great news! Lucky has earned a slot in the prestigious Tampa Bay Frogman 5K swim across Tampa Bay in one week. If you have a couple of nickels left over after Christmas to support a good cause, please donate to support the Navy Seal Foundation and Gold Star families as Lucky braves the brutal cold waters of the Tampa Bay Channel. Please consider donating to Lucky’s fundraiser. Even $10 or $20 will be greatly appreciated! Donations can be made on imATHLETE at the following website:https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Flegacy.imathlete.com%2Fdonate%2FLuckyMeisenheimer&h=AT3R5aSPedDrmEPtvm-4cVjhkCFfn2FdjpzYEzl3zPvc1blqL6W6dBS5NIevoJ40WFemjUbROmWbtkf2_p9m-Odf2CQBZh1w1jeoDlXC-wnkeSapMXpO7xnAoQ1SGDnps4UFuuwPPKM This is Lucky’s first time swimming the Tampa Bay Frogman. The SwimGuzzlers will be his support team and spreading chum all around Lucky throughout the race to make his swim more interesting. Lucky has supported the Navy Seal Foundation for five years running as a sponsor and financial supporter of the Lucky’s Lake Frogman Night Ops 5K swim each November. Now, he needs your support for the Navy Seal Foundation.”