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  • Myths about drowning, tips to keep your kids safe around water

    Mike Kapuscinski, aquatics director for the Treasure Valley Family YMCA, gives specific tips for keeping children safe around swimming pools and water — and addresses myths about drowning. Here's the key: "The thing that can save the most lives is somebody paying attention," he says.

Myths about drowning, tips to keep your kids safe around water

Mike Kapuscinski, aquatics director for the Treasure Valley Family YMCA, gives specific tips for keeping children safe around swimming pools and water — and addresses myths about drowning. Here's the key: "The thing that can save the most lives is somebody paying attention," he says.
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com