LAWRENCE – Lawrence Police School Resource Officer Jonathan Armano and Lawrence Police Detective Marco Ayala demonstrated lifesaving skills and equipment during a water safety presentation on the first day of ZAC Camp at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence yesterday,
Sponsored by The ZAC Foundation, the free camp provides more than 100 local 6- to 9-year-olds with swimming classes, classroom curriculum, and other hands-on activities from April 22-25.
The ZAC Foundation was established in 2008 by Brian and Karen Cohn after the loss of their 6-year-old son, Zachary Archer Cohn, in a pool drain entrapment in their backyard swimming pool.
ZAC Camp is part of a national partnership initiative undertaken by The ZAC Foundation and Boys & Girls Clubs of America to bring lifesaving water safety skills to more than 2,500 kids from 25 Clubs across the country. BGCL was selected through a rigorous application process due to its commitment to advancing water safety locally.
Through education and advocacy, the Foundation is dedicated to preparing children and their families for a lifetime of water safety. To learn more about The ZAC Foundation, connect with us on Facebook and thezacfoundation.com.
The 1-110th Cavalary Assoc. wants you
METHUEN - The 1-110th Cavalry Association invites anyone who served with the A,V,B,C,D, or HQ Troop of the 1-110th Cavalry Army National Guard to join its association. For membership application of more information, you are encouraged to call John Hooper 978-852-9536. Hooper was sworn in as association president in January.
Dance recital Friday, Saturday
LAWRENCE - “Check In/Post It” is the theme of the Stillpoint Dance Company’s spring dance recital Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. at Lawrence High School Performing Arts Center, 71 N. Parish Road.
The piece is choreographed by dance program coordinator Michelle Deane of Northern Essex Community College. It explores how overwhelming social media is and the flow of constant information can get.