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By Hayley M. Cook



Hayley M. Cook/WDNThe city of Williamson held its annual Fourth of July celebration Friday at the city pool. The community was invited to take part in free swimming, games, diving contests, music, free food and more activities. Pictured is 19-year-old lifeguard Blake Hunt, who took a well executed dive off the low board. Shirley Mounts, pool manager, said, “We are so thankful to the city of Williamson and West Virginia Park Board for providing the funds to make this happen. This is a great way to help bring the community together and it's so much fun for the kids.”Diving into the Fourth
Hayley M. Cook/WDNThe city of Williamson held its annual Fourth of July celebration Friday at the city pool. The community was invited to take part in free swimming, games, diving contests, music, free food and more activities. Pictured is 19-year-old lifeguard Blake Hunt, who took a well executed dive off the low board. Shirley Mounts, pool manager, said, “We are so thankful to the city of Williamson and West Virginia Park Board for providing the funds to make this happen. This is a great way to help bring the community together and it's so much fun for the kids.”Diving into the Fourth
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The city of Williamson held its annual Fourth of July celebration Friday at the city pool. The community was invited to take part in free swimming, games, diving contests, music, free food and more activities. Pictured is 19-year-old lifeguard Blake Hunt, who took a well executed dive off the low board. Shirley Mounts, pool manager, said, “We are so thankful to the city of Williamson and West Virginia Park Board for providing the funds to make this happen. This is a great way to help bring the community together and it’s so much fun for the kids.”


Diving into the Fourth

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