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  1. Demolition Begins + Grow Your Own Chesterbrook Tree

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    After conclusion of the lengthy planning and permitting process, we proceeded during the week of October 22 to the demolition phase, as the construction team cleared trees and brush for the location of the two new tennis courts, and it made significant progress in removing the old upper pool. During the week of October 29, we expect to complete demolition of the upper pool and to remove the old baby pool and the pump houses. Read more renovation updates

  2. Club Renovation Begins

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    After years of planning, our major renovation to replace the upper pool and add two new tennis courts is now underway.  If you have driven past the club recently, you may have noticed the storage units and the chain link fence blocking off much of the parking lot; a construction trailer is also in place. We anticipate significant demolition activities to begin in the very near future. Importantly, all five of our tennis courts are currently accessible for use: parking is somewhat limited, but access to the courts is not obstructed. As construction progresses, we expect interruptions in court access; a schedule of those interruptions will be posted to this website as soon as available. Updates on the renovation will be posted to this site and communicated to the membership via Splash & Smash.

  3. Labor Day Schedule

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    • Adult lap swim – lower pool 10 – 11 am
    • Adults-Only Potluck Brunch tomorrow:  Bring a treat share from 10 – 11 am
    • Also, tomorrow is the Last Day the Pool is Open. It is open to all from 11 am – 8 pm
  4. Picking Up & Dropping Off

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    With so many parents dropping off and picking up at the club, we wanted to send a couple of safety reminders regarding the flow of traffic in the parking lot and on Kirby Rd.

    • The loop in front of the club entrance is NOT a waiting area. No cars should idle or park in the area in front of the club.
    • No vehicle should remain stopped in the loop for longer than 30 seconds. Lingering causes a visibility hazard and increases the risk of children walking around idling cars and into the path of moving ones.
    • Park and walk children into the pool from the parking lot.
      • Younger children, especially, often need additional time getting in and out of vehicles, and cars block the flow of traffic if parents wait for them to get situated.
    • If you are dropping your child off at the tennis courts, please pick up and drop off near the court so they do not have to walk through the busy parking lot.
    • Do not pick up your child on Kirby Rd. This is very dangerous, causes traffic congestion on Kirby, and is absolutely not allowed.

    We are all very busy, and occasionally running behind, but we are also modeling behavior that will be reflected in the young drivers we are raising. Please be patient and always put their safety first.

    If you see anyone driving dangerously in the parking lot, please don’t hesitate to let us know so it can be addressed.

    Thank you!


  5. July 6, 2017 – Swim Practice update

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    There will be NO PRACTICE from 9-10am (11-12s) this morning, however, any 11-12s interested in swimming are invited to attend ONE 11 & over practice today from 10-11am.  

    SENIORS — Practice is ON as normally scheduled.