When I was in sixth grade at Lincoln Elementary School in Galva, Illinois, the town built a swimming pool at a new park that was within sight of the school. My friends and I could not believe our luck. In the entire history of the town, nothing as big had ever happened (well, for sixth graders anyway). When the grand opening was scheduled for the day school was let out for the summer, we laid our plans to be the first in line. That’s just what we did. We checked in on the first day and did not leave until the day it closed at the end of the summer. We had so much fun!
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