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YMCA debuts new pool filter
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Many Green County families attended the ribbon cutting, which was held in the Y hall. Charlie Pfeifer, left, and Wriglie Trimble hold the ribbon while Steve Norem cuts the ribbon. Watching the ceremony, from left, are: Randy Booth, Ken Thomas, Doni Thomas, Amanda Meighan, Kayla Hawkins, Skylar Mulligan, Hillary Johnson, Carlos Aguirre Avendano, Brenda Ritschard, Lindsey Pfeifer, Jeff Pfeifer, Dawn Lederman and Craig Newcomer. (Photo supplied)
MONROE - A grand re-opening of the Green County YMCA's Aquatic Center was held Dec. 16, along with a community Open House, to celebrate the new filter system in their pool that reduces the need for chlorine at the Y. The new UV filter works like sunlight, eliminating bacteria, germs, and algae. The Y pool now has 75 percent reduced chemicals.

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