Pete Sessions joins Wells Fargo and the Park Cities YMCA to celebrate Adaptive Aquatics
DALLAS, TX (August 20, 2014) — Congressman Pete Sessions, an advocate for individuals with disabilities, declared that “every child matters” Tuesday at a check presentation by Wells Fargo to Ability Connection Texas (ACT).
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Children enrolled in ACT’s Early Childhood Development and Education Pre-School participate twice weekly in the Park Cities YMCA’s swimming program which was launched three years ago through the financial support of Wells Fargo.
The Adaptive Aquatics program includes instruction on how to float independently and with a device, how to control breathing, kicking, basic paddling, front crawl, back stroke and jumping or diving into the pool.
Andrea Petro, executive vice president and division leader of Wells Fargo Capital Finance, announced the continuing funding of the adaptive aquatics program. She presented both ACT and the Park Cities Family YMCA with $5,000 checks… Read More>>
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