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Imperial Irrigation District announces grant funds for county pools

Organizations to help fund keeping pools open

IMPERIAL COUNTY, Calif. (KYMA, KECY) - The Imperial Irrigation District has announced it will be providing funds to Imperial Valley communities to keep swimming pools open.

These funds, ranging from $2,000 to $5,000, will be used to help keep youths cool for the Summer, with grants being provided by the Calexico Unified School District, Niland Chamber of Commerce and Heber Public Utility District.

“We are excited these grant funds will help make it possible to provide beneficial, safe water activities for youth during the summer,” said Susie Carrillo, IID’s Water Safety Program coordinator. “We are very appreciative of the efforts and commitment being taken by each community to promote water safety for not only our youth, but also adults."

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