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Unrestricted Water Volleyball
Members of the Advanced Water Volleyball group say that challenging competition is the main reason they enjoy leaping, volleying and spiking in Villages’ pools. The sport provides wet, cool fun for the athletic volleyball players.
Sailing Small Scale
Lake Mira Mar and Ashland Pond are two bodies of water in Florida’s Friendliest Hometown that hold competition for R/C sailing boats. But racing isn’t the main objective for these skippers — sharing their knowledge and passion for sailing is the common thread of enjoyment for this group.
Discovering a whole new world underwater awaits those who pursue the sport of scuba. Those who desire to try the sport and become certiﬁed now have the chance to take advantage of classes through the Lifelong Learning College. Meet residents who are discovering scuba and exploring a new world.
This Villager spends most of her time in the water. Teaching swimming lessons and water aerobics, swimming with the VAST team and rehabilitating with water keeps Dianne Castle busy and happy.
Village of Amelia resident Phil Irwin reaches for the ball during a game of Advanced Water Volleyball at Colony Cottage Recreation Center. (Photo by Marianne Lobaugh) John Rowley of the Village of Belle Aire checks the mast bend and shape of the sail prior to launching his EC-12 sailboat on Ashland Pond. (Photo by Marianne Lobaugh)
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Villages - July 2010