Dolphin sees his shadow, LA gets two more weeks of Summer
Everyone's been having a pretty great summer, right? Dodgers are in first place, "Snakes on a Plane" didn't suck, and the heat hasn't been competely unbearable.
So to add to the sweetness of the season, Kaiser Permanente and the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks have joined together to keep the city swimming pools open for 13 additional days.
According to CBS-2, the $1.2 million donation by the HMO creatively called "Operation Splash" (hey they're an HMO, give em a break) will fund 15 local pools to remain open through Sept. 17. from 2-6 p.m. weekdays and 1-5 p.m. weekends. So instead of playing Marco Polo, we wanna hear some kids shouting Kaiser? Permanente!
Lucky pools listed after the jump.
-- Algin Sutton, 8800 S. Hoover St.;
-- Granada Hills, 16730 Chatsworth St.;
-- Griffith, 3401 Riverside Drive;
-- Highland, 6150 Piedmont Ave.;
-- Hollywood, 1122 Cole Ave.;
-- Lincoln, 3501 Valley Blvd.;
-- North Hollywood, 5301 Tujunga Ave.;
-- Reseda, 18411 Victory Blvd.;
-- South Park, 345 E. 51st St.;
-- Stoner, 1831 Stoner Ave.;
-- Sun Valley, 8123 Vineland Ave.;
-- Valley Plaza, 6715 Laurelgrove Ave.;
-- Van Ness, 5720 2nd Ave.;
-- Westchester, 9100 Lincoln Blvd.;
-- Woodland Hills, 5858 Shoup Ave.
photo by Tom@HK via flickr