|About the Camps|
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Head Coach Dennis Ceppa
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Dear Parents and Campers,
The McCoy Natatorium Indoor Pools will be closed this summer for a retiling project. Construction on our diving well and 25-yard racing pool will begin on May 1, 2015. This construction will undergo a complete renovation, including new tile and state-of-the art starting blocks. This project, scheduled to end in August, will help keep Penn State as the premiere aquatic training facility in Pennsylvania.
Because of this upgrade to the dive well, there will be no diving camp this summer.
To those who have sent a camper to one of our past camps, you will be deeply missed. Please consider Penn State Diving Camp for your child's camp experience in the summer of 2016. Those considering sending a child should know that our top priority is your child's safety and welfare. This construction project will provide a first class experience in a state-of-the art facility along with professional instructional from a team of outstanding coaches.
We look forward to seeing you in summer 2016 for your diving camp experience. The bottom line is that you will have the full camp experience that has become our trademark.
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