All past and present news items

2020 Pre-Season Message #2

Right now, we know there are many questions related to the
Summer 2020 season and the ability to open the pool for all members.

2020 Pre-Season Message #1

March 18, 2020 Message from the board of directors 

Pay 2020 Dues

Online payment for 2020 dues is now available.

You can pay your dues online with a credit card, via PayPal.


Pool Repairs

Pool repairs are nearly complete! New whitecoat being done today and they have a beautiful day in which to do it! Getting excited for summer!

Election Results

The membership voted for board members at the annual meeting.

Thank you to all who ran.  Your involvement is what makes Olney Mill Swim Club great!

Opening Weekend Update

The pool opens on Saturday, May 26th at 11am. We are very excited for another fun summer pool season at OMSC. Here are a few reminders and information on some upcoming events

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Pre-Season Update

We are less than 2 months away from opening for the 2018 season; opening on Saturday, May 26th at 11am. 

This is a copy of the pre-season update email that was sent to all members on our email list.

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2018 Dues Reminder

Watch your mail for your 2018 dues invoice.

Dues for this year remain the same as last year:  $500 for family, $250 for senior.

Payment is due March 1st.  After that date a late fee of 10% applies.  After April 1st a 15% late fee applies.

Online payments may be made via PayPal here: pay-2018-dues

2017 Election Results

At the annual membership meeting new board members were voted in.  We had 5 open seats.  Two members, Malissa Tucker (social) and Don Klees (president) decided not to re-run.  A big thank you to them for their years of dedicated service and hard work!

Congratulations to our newest board members, Melissa Ladd and Matthew Stroot.

Board members Jennifer McDonald, Monika Gomez, and Brodny Hall re-ran and retained their seats.


Proposed Bylaw Change

This is to let you know that the bylaw change that was announced in your invoices, stated that it had been approved, which is an error. The notice was meant to inform you of a proposed bylaw change that is to be put to a vote.