MHCC to Host High School Swimming Championships
Posted: January 31, 2013
Mt. Hood Community College’s Aquatic Center will host the OSAA High School Swimming Championships Feb. 15 - 16. This is the 27th time that MHCC has hosted this prestigious event.
The meet will take place at the college’s 50-meter swimming pool, which is under a dome during the cooler months and under the sun and stars during the warmer months. All pools will be closed to public access due to this event.
This annual event is expected to attract more than 1,000 students, coaches and spectators. Volunteers are needed to direct the large crowd and distribute shirts and other goods.
Tickets for the event are $8 for adults and $5 for students. If you would like to volunteer to help staff this event, please contact Katie Heilsberg, Steven Hula or Donna Ryan in the MHCC Aquatic Center, 503-491-7421. “The general support of our youth definitely pays off in the long run,” says Hula.
Parking is free on all MHCC campuses, all days, all days, no permit required.
MHCC Aquatic Center
MHCC opened the Aquatic Center in 1976, and renovated the 50-meter pool in 2007 to make it ideal for national-level competitive swimming. Each year, MHCC hosts more than 30 competitions, including meets for the Special Olympics and training for U.S. water polo. In 2011, the Aquatic Center won a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for participating in the World’s Largest Swim Lesson. Besides the 50-meter pool, the MHCC Aquatic Center is comprised of three indoor pools. For information about recreational swim, classes memberships, please visit mhcc.edu/aquatics.
For more information, please contact the Office of College Advancement, 503-491-7204 or email@example.com