CHS swim teams start season with renovated pool

| December 3, 2014

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton High School Janet Jones Mulligan Natatorium was rededicated Dec. 2, following a four month renovation project that began in August.

The project, funded mostly through private donations, included painting of the pool floor and walls, new starting blocks, lane markers, rubber decking along the perimeter of the pool, benches, banners and other cosmetic work.

The rededication ceremony took place before CHS hosted its first swim meet of the season.

“We’ve waited many, many months for this and those who walked this journey with us know how anxious and excited we are,” said Principal Grant Fauver. “This special project involved a lot of people, but we especially want to thank Liz Ringenberg and Dr. Todd Salmans. Without their vision and leadership this wouldn’t have gotten underway and we wouldn’t be standing here today.”

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