Boys and Girls Club Announce New Aquatics Director

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The Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club is pleased to announce that Sarah Ziccarelli has joined the staff as Aquatics Director of the Richard M. Johnson Aquatics Center. She will be responsible for managing the lifeguards, marketing swim programs, coordinating the pool and swim lesson schedules, and overseeing the Marlin Swim Team.

Sarah comes to the Club from Ocean Pines Association in Maryland, where she successfully served as Aquatics Director for the past couple of years. Prior to that, Sarah served as Exercise Specialist at Mid Atlantic Corporate Health Bulle Rock Fitness and Aquatic Center in Havre de Grace, Maryland and Assistant Fitness Director for Cardio Kinetics in Newark, DE. In addition, she taught swim lessons and coached gymnastics at the Sussex Family YMCA.

Sarah is a graduate of Wesley College where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a concentration in Exercise Science and certification in coaching.

As a Milford High School graduate, Sarah is “so happy that I get to be a part of my community again and serve the kids of Milford.” As a high school student, Sarah participated on the MHS Swim and Diving Team, and even volunteered at the Boys & Girls Club.

The Aquatics staff is actively planning new lessons and specialty programs. “We are in the process of restructuring the operating hours, creating new lessons, and would like to start a Masters Swim Team as well. We aim to cater to all segments of the Milford population. The pool is open to the community, not just Club members. We have a great group of Seniors who swim daily and offer family memberships as well.”

Sarah encourages anyone who may be interested in a tour of the Aquatics Center to please come visit her at the Club or call to schedule a tour at 422-4453.

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