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Burgess Pool/Menlo Swim

From: Sharon Swann <sswann_at_(domain_name_was_removed)>
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2010 10:40:00 -0700

To the City of Menlo Park,

I've been a swimmer with Menlo Masters for many years and cannot say enough good words about the program. Tim Sheeper is the most dependable and upbeat coach I've ever met. There isn't a day that the coach doesn't show up (like in other masters groups), there is a lot of variety to the workouts, and everyone gets a great workout and has fun. The other programs at Burgess are well staffed and every time I'm in the park, I see lots of smiles and tons of people enjoying the facilities.

As a Menlo Park resident, I really hope that Tim Sheeper will retain his contract at Burgess--I doubt that the City will find anyone else who can run such a well-organized program.

Sharon Swann
1241 Cotton Street
Menlo Park, CA 94025

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