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Swim-A-Palooza Raises Nearly $6K for Resolve in Scotch Plains

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SWIM-A-PALOOZA team at Highland Credits: John Mooney
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Swimmers doing laps at the first SWIM-A-PALOOZA at Highland Pool in 2016. Credits: John Mooney
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Grace Romanyshyn Credits: John Mooney
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Dillon Ryan, 13, swam 51 laps at SWIM-A-PALOOZA at Highland Pool on Sunday to benefit Resolve. Credits: John Mooney
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Katie Romanyshyn and Erin Ryan high five after completing 102 laps at SWIM-A-PALOOZA on Sunday at Highland Pool. Credits: John Mooney
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Ken Yeager Credits: John Mooney
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RESOLVE offices are on Front Street in Scotch Plains. Credits: John Mooney
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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Highland Swim Club's SWIM-A-PALOOZA fundraiser to benefit RESOLVE Community Counseling Center in Scotch Plains raised nearly $6,000 on Sunday. 

Participants raised money by swimming lengths of the pool from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. 

  • Caitlyn Falkowski: 132 laps
  • Evan Weber: 104 laps
  • Katie Romanyshyn: 102 laps
  • Erin Ryan: 102 laps
  • Grace Romanyshyn: 64 laps
  • Dillon Ryan: 51 laps
  • Meghan Ryan: 50 laps
  • Ken Yeager: 25 laps
  • Mike Otchy: 10 laps
  • Mike Walch: 5 laps

RESOLVE COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTER is a private, non-profit community mental health center serving children, adults and families of Union County. Founded in 1974, RESOLVE is a private, nonprofit mental health agency in Scotch Plains, provides quality and affordable counseling, advocacy and educational programs for children, adolescents and adults, individuals and families.

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