Penn-Trafford High School pool to reopen Thursday evening
The pool at Penn-Trafford High School will reopen Thursday evening after it underwent a shock treatment today to clean out a contamination, high school Athletic Director Kerry Hetrick said.
The Penn-Trafford Area Recreation Commission cancelled swimming classes scheduled for today and Thursday afternoon but will resume sessions on Friday, according to a posting on the organization's Facebook page.
PTARC officials encourage class participants to contact them at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if they have any questions because of phone service issues at the Penn Township municipal building.
Hetrick said the pool will reopen for Penn-Trafford Aqua Club activities on Thursday.
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