Texas ranks number one in the nation for child pool drownings and, since the beginning of June, 35 people in Fort Worth have drowned, which is twice as many as last year.
There is a fixed schedule for filling water containers and getting the water to the campers.
A Fort Worth’s YMCA aquatics specialist shared some advice for anyone who will be near a pool this holiday season.
A 6-year-old boy has been taken to the hospital after a near drowning at a Fort Worth YMCA.
George Tolbert says he was worried sick when he heard his 6-year-old son had gone missing from the care of the McDonald Community YMCA in southeast Fort Worth.
This year’s YMCA Turkey Trot will again raise funds for those who can’t afford the YMCA services. It also raises the hopes of anyone who has struggled with a major life setback.
Organizers say changes to this year’s Dallas YMCA Turkey Trot will make the 46th annual event “a lot safer.”
Revitalization plans in southeast Fort Worth are expected to draw a crowd at City Hall Tuesday night. As it stands, the YMCA on Berry Street could be moved and replaced with apartments.
“Texas is now leading the nation in the number of children that we lose every summer,” says Jan Emler, founder of Emler Swim Schools. “It’s a terrible distinction for our state.”
Memorial Day and swimming pools often go hand-in-hand and unfortunately so do drowning deaths. To help combat the problem the YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth has launched a new swim-safety training program.
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With freezing temperatures and wind chills, who wants to be outside? This leaves kids at the mercy of video games and snacks. However, parents in DFW do have options.