Torben Higgins, 7, right, throws a ball at the dunk tank lever as Julie Jackson, left, aquatics manager for the City and Borough of Juneau, awaits a dunk at the 6th Annual Rotary Day at the Pool at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon. The pool held three free swims, with over 100 attendees at each swim.

Torben Higgins, 7, right, throws a ball at the dunk tank lever as Julie Jackson, left, aquatics manager for the City and Borough of Juneau, awaits a dunk at the 6th Annual Rotary Day at the Pool at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon. The pool held three free swims, with over 100 attendees at each swim.

Photos: Rotary Day at the Pool

Jasz Garrett, 15, exits the water slide at the 6th Annual Rotary Day at the Pool at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon. The pool held three free swims, with over 100 attendees at each swim. The swim was sponsored by the Glacier Valley Rotary Club, the Glacier Swim Club, and Juneau Parks and Recreation.

Shanir Blum, left, 3, splashes his sister, Royenn, 6, at the 6th Annual Rotary Day at the Pool at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon. The pool held three free swims, with over 100 attendees at each swim. The swim was sponsored by the Glacier Valley Rotary Club, the Glacier Swim Club, and Juneau Parks and Recreation.

Shanir Blum, left, 3, splashes his sister, Royenn, 6, at the 6th Annual Rotary Day at the Pool at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon. The pool held three free swims, with over 100 attendees at each swim. The swim was sponsored by the Glacier Valley Rotary Club, the Glacier Swim Club, and Juneau Parks and Recreation.

Keren GoldbergBelle does a cannonball off the diving board at the 6th Annual Rotary Day at the Pool at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon. The pool held three free swims, with over 100 attendees at each swim. The swim was sponsored by the Glacier Valley Rotary Club, the Glacier Swim Club, and Juneau Parks and Recreation.

Keren GoldbergBelle does a cannonball off the diving board at the 6th Annual Rotary Day at the Pool at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon. The pool held three free swims, with over 100 attendees at each swim. The swim was sponsored by the Glacier Valley Rotary Club, the Glacier Swim Club, and Juneau Parks and Recreation.

Jasz Garrett, 15, exits the water slide at the 6th Annual Rotary Day at the Pool at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon. The pool held three free swims, with over 100 attendees at each swim. The swim was sponsored by the Glacier Valley Rotary Club, the Glacier Swim Club, and Juneau Parks and Recreation.

Jasz Garrett, 15, exits the water slide at the 6th Annual Rotary Day at the Pool at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon. The pool held three free swims, with over 100 attendees at each swim. The swim was sponsored by the Glacier Valley Rotary Club, the Glacier Swim Club, and Juneau Parks and Recreation.

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