Palmetto Masters Swimming
Welcome to our new members!!
- Brent Bentrim- MLK
- Kenneth Immer- Danny Jones
- Mark Cecil
#1 Source for fitness, triathlon, and competitive swimming
The Growler Invitational
Palmetto Masters Family Picnic
Saturday, Aug. 30th, 1pm
1885 Omni Blvd
Mt Pleasant, SC
Lunch Laps at LTP!!
This is how awesome Palmetto Masters is!!
This was an email I received from a visitor from out of town:
I was fortunate to be able to enjoy a relaxing vacation with my family on IOP this summer in June. During my stay, I contacted you concerning practicing with your Masters group at LTP pool. I was so impressed with Coach Lance and the quality Masters swimmers that attend your program. Thank you for making practices available to visitors. Since coming back home I have raved to other Masters swimmers about your program. I greatly appreciated your receptiveness to my brief stay. I am thankful for the opportunity to get in a couple quality workouts before my family drug me down to the beach.
Palmetto Masters are making waves even at the Sprint Triathlon Series
Congrats to Everyone!!
- Brandon Rattigan
- Jay Upchurch- 2nd overall men
-Lisa Jones- 1st 50-54 women
-John McGue 3rd 50-54 men
- Lade Lamina
-Sandy O'Keefe 1st overall women
-Carole Murray 2nd overall women
-Jacob Driggers 3rd overall men
- Brandon Rattigan 2nd 20-24 men
-Kirsten Davidson 1st 25-29 women
-Jennifer Long 1st 45-49 women
-Lisa Jones 1st 50-54 women
-Susan Lipsey 1st 55-59 women
Swim to Nepal
It’s more than just swimming!! Amy Hines is raising money to pursue her calling in Nepal through an organization called MountainChild. MountainChild exists to empower Himalayan children with the skills to become carriers of hope to their people. The children of Nepal suffer from severe medical, social, educational, environmental challenges, and many are sold into sex trafficking. They are considered fortunate if they live to see their early adolescence. Research indicates that over half will die before reaching their eighth birthday, which is most vividly demonstrated by the gripping fact that many parents will not name their children until the child reaches the age of five. Statistics show that one out of every five children born in the remote areas of the Himalayas will die before the age of one. Amy wants to help improve the lives of these children through MountainChild by bringing food, medical aid, education and love to children who have little chance of survival amongst such hostile conditions. A swim-a-thon was planned and carried out with the following results! Palmetto Masters with the help of neighbors and local businesses, raised $5240 to help bring Hope to the families and children of Nepal with MountainChild.org. A total of 110,625 yards was swam =67.04 miles. Great job team!!
There will be a box at the family picnic for you to submit nominations for the following positions:
- VP/Team Registrar
- Social Chair