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Drowning in open water, such as lakes, rivers and the ocean, is a major concern around the world. An 18-member international task force from 12 countries has developed a set of guidelines for families and individuals recreating at any open-water site.
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Eighth Annual Sydney Coxon Memorial Golf Tournament
Little Lemon Drops Outdoor Movie Night
Grand Clam Golf Classic
Second Biennial Mitochondrial Biology Conference: The Mitochondrial Conundrum: Novel Presentations and Treatments of Mitochondrial Diseases
Studio 44 – A Disco to Benefit Seattle Children’s Uncompensated Care
Dynamic duo strive to stop drowning deaths through research, outreach and advocacy.
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