Cool in the pool

Members of the water aerobics program in Port Hardy rave about their instructor.

Far too often, wonderful people go unnoticed. We, the people who attend the Tuesday, Thursday and Friday morning water aerobics class at Port Hardy Pool, want the rest of Port Hardy to know how pleased and fortunate we are to have such a fantastic instructor. Her name is Linda Wheeler.

Linda, kudos to you! Your class is invigorating and we believe the increase in the number of participants is largely due to you. You are so enthusiastic and are always well-prepared for such a large group of people of varying ages. We find your smile and laugh to be very infectious.

We want you to know how much we appreciate you.

Debbie Klatt and the other members of the water aerobics program

 

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