Notes for Sunday’s Meet

Notes for Sunday’s Meet
March 3, 2022

Pierce Country Day Camp

The exit off the LIE or GCP says Willis Ave North but it turns into Mineola Ave. shortly after you get off.
There is parking along Mineola Ave. right after the Main Entrance to Pierce Country Day School. They asked that we do not park in the main entrance because they hold open houses for the camp on Sunday. When you park along Mineola Ave, shortly after the main entrance, there is a wooden fence with a wooden door in the fence. You will see cars lined up there I’m sure. Once you enter the door/gate on Mineola Ave., the pool is diagonally to your left. If you follow the paved path you will go straight and make your first left, pool is in the last set of doors. A lot of our swimmers cut across the grass as soon as they get through the gate. There is a blue awning and a soccer net on the lawn in front of the pool entrance door. We just had a meet with Tri-M this past weekend and they all found it pretty well.
The doors don’t open until about 12:45pm. Unfortunately, there is no room for spectators and there are also no locker rooms so I would suggest the swimmers bring “quick change” gear. And the bathroom is in the building next door so they have to go outside to get there. Not the most convenient but we are working with what we have 🙂
Also please do not have your parents call the facility, they have already been getting calls and don’t want to ruffle their feathers.  There is also an open house on Sunday so please do not park in the parking lot.
We will be checking everyone outside. Please dress appropriately.
I will need helpers directing the girls to the locker room and making sure everyone is out.
Put your name on caps and bathing suits so it can find its way back to you if  lost.
I need my TIMERS AND DECK PARENTS.  I will send out the meet the day before for you to print, any changes will be made at check in.
Again if you are unable to come on Sunday please email my asap.  It takes a lot of planning to set up meet and last minute changes are challenging.

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