RBP Juniors go into action in Rehoboth

Rehoboth Beach Patrol Junior Lifeguard participant Victoria Evans, 6, grabs a buoy and practices running up the beach under the watchful eyes of RBP guard instructor Melinda Nanovsky. BY DAN COOK
July 1, 2014

The Rehoboth Beach Patrol Junior Guard program is in full swing, and the participants are learning skills to last a lifetime.

The program, started in 1997 with just 30 participants, has grown to 155 this summer. The program's purpose is to increase the self-confidence, physical conditioning and ocean awareness of program participants through their introduction to water safety, first aid and surf rescue techniques.

The program meets from 8 to 9 a.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday and is instructed by RBP lifeguards.

For more information, call the RBP at 302-227-2280.

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