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Pillars in Progress: The High 5 Commitment to Community Partnership

In the last eight months, little has remained the same in the way we live, learn, and play. Yet, the anxiety and apprehension most of us feel has begun to fade slightly. The upside isn’t about taking unnecessary risks in advancing the spread of the Coronavirus; it’s about advancing a greater sense of balance in the cause of life itself for individuals and families throughout our region. At High 5, that’s what we do. Since 1963, we’ve been a family-first sports and aquatics facility that’s gone above and beyond the norm to make a real impact in the lives of children, families, individuals, and adults with special needs. For years, we’ve worked

By |November 22nd, 2020|0 Comments

BSAC (High 5) Selected as Finalist for Non-Profit of the Year!

The Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce announced the finalists for its 2020 Business Excellence Awards this past week, and drum roll, please… BSAC/High 5 has been tapped as a finalist for their prestigious Non-Profit of the Year Award. “This is a tremendous honor for our organization,” said CEO Chuck Burgess. “There are so many hard working, impactful and deserving non-profits in our area, and to be considered one of the best is a testament to our board team, leadership and staff teams, volunteers, donors, sponsors, partners and families that support us every day.” The mission of the Chamber’s Annual Business Excellence Awards is to inspire Greater Brandon area businesses, non-profit organizations and

By |June 17th, 2020|0 Comments

Virtual Swim League and Junior Olympic Games Swim Event – Coming to High 5!

BSAC Director of Swimming, Rich Rogers, and the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) have successfully secured the rights to host a global Virtual Swim League (VSL), this summer at the Brandon Sports and Aquatic Center. Swimmers can compete in this event by way of the “Virtual Swim League” (VSL); structured by Coach Rich and the AAU. BSAC will hold three (3) VSL events throughout June and early July. The season will end with BSAC hosting a swim event for the Junior Olympic Games. This will be a “blended” event—held onsite and virtually. “This event will have a significant economic impact on our community,” says Coach Rogers. “We WILL have a season after all

By |June 5th, 2020|0 Comments
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