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Thursday, August 11, 2016

Coudersport Pool Closing For The Season On Tuesday, August 16, 2016


9 comments :

Jimmy Crackcorn said...

Wow.....we really got our mneys worth out of our season passes this year. What a waste of money.

Anonymous said...

Jimmy.................................
At least our children were at the pool
behaving themselves n they were safe, it was well worth the money!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

It gets earlier every year, let it die already!

Anonymous said...

Maybe the Borough can sell it to Sheetz.

Anonymous said...

A family season pass was $150 dollars. That averages to about $2 a day. That seems like a very inexpensive way to entertain and cool off on hot days, If you didn't get your money's worth than maybe you should have gone to the pool more often. It is a great value and many families in our area appreciate the town pool. I hope that the community fights to keep it open.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they should close it down,put up an air conditioned building and call it a gameroom, thats all kids know how to do anymore.stupid phones, stupid computers= stupid kids

Anonymous said...

Thank you 5:16, I totally agree, I pray they keep Coudy town pool, it's a wonderful activity for families as well as the children in your area, it is a benefit for the children & their families, $2 is not excessive, our is $3 & its still a benefit to our area

Anonymous said...

I wish I had the extra $150.. but I have to feed my kids and pay taxes.. my kids swim in the stream and lake, & probably have a lot more fun.

Anonymous said...

All POOLS MATTER!