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City of Astoria, Oregon

 

Oller Trust Recipient Information

Oller Trust/South Pacific County Pool Use Program Application

The Oller Trust Pool Use Program is available to Qualified Users from South Pacific County. To qualify you must provide proof of residency in the following zip code areas: 98638 (Naselle), 98614 (Chinook), 98624 (Ilwaco), 98631 (Long Beach), 98644 (Seaview), 98640 (Ocean Park), 98641 (Oysterville), and 98637 (Nachotta). Proof must be presented in the form of:

1.) a government-issued photo identification that includes a physical address in a qualifying zip code.
2.)
If no physical address is included on the government-issued photo identification, the Qualified User must prove residency by presenting a current utility bill addressed to the person (or a verified parent, guardian, or sibling) at a physical address in the qualified zip codes AND the government-issued photo identification.

The Astoria Aquatic Center will record the name, address, phone number, and method of residency verification for each Qualified User and obtain the Qualified User’s consent to record such information and to share it with the Trust. Copies of the proof of residence must be retained with the user’s application.

Qualified Users may use Drop-In Swimming and Group Swim Lesson Sessions to be paid for by the Trust. (Swim lessons may not be reserved online.)

The Program will not cover, and the Trust will not pay for, private swim lessons, private parties, memberships, monthly passes, punch cards, food, drink or merchandise sold by the Astoria Aquatic Center.

The Aquatic Center is not authorized to make any exceptions to these requirements. Applications will not be accepted without proof of residence. Management approval required for all requests.

To get the application process started, please create a Household here using our online registration and bring your ID or ID/Utility bill with you on your next visit.

Employee
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Ashley Schacher

When Aquatics Manager, Genessee Dennis, arrived in September, there were no Aquaducks classes because we did not have a teacher.  Ashley was asked if she were interested in working with babies - knowing she was a swimmer.  Ashley willingly obliged and was eager to learn.  She was given the resources for instruction and she developed the curriculum on her own.  She has even taken on private instruction and other swimming lessons.  Ashley is awesome with the kids and their parents.  She is self-motivated and never misses her shifts.  Not everyone is willing or good at working with really young children, so thank you Ashley for all you do at the Astoria Aquatic Center!


 
 
 

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