June 3, 2015
Dayton, TN — The Rhea County Community Pool located at Bryan College is now open. The swimming pool at Bryan College is a community collaboration between the City of Dayton, Bryan College, and the Rhea Family YMCA. Bryan College is providing the pool while Rhea Family YMCA is managing the facilities, providing lifeguards, and offering swim lessons. The pool opened on Memorial Day and will be open until Labor Day. After school begins the pool hours will change. The cost of individual and family memberships are listed below.
Pay once, and get unlimited pool visits for the Summer.
Individual ……………………..$90 Family ………………………..$150
Access the pool 7 days a week, including weekends and holidays.
POOL HOURS: Weather permitting
Mon-Thurs 12:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m
Friday 12:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday 12:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The community pool also offers guest passes.
To be a guest with us please see the following guest policy guidelines:
There is no limit to how many times a guest may visit the pool throughout the summer.
The qualifications for a guest pass are:
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays guests must be accompanied by a member of
the pool. Each membership of the Pool may bring another household (or two adults) with them as guests.
Guests, 13 and older must have a valid photo ID to enter the facility .
Guests must pay the guest pass fee each time they come and visit.
$3 per child through age 12, $5 per adult, up to $15 for a household per visit.
David Holcolmb is the Bryan College Bryan Scholarship Fund Director and Lamont Singleton is the Rhea Family YMCA Director are both working together to make the community pool a success.
David Holcolm from said, “It is so important this year as we are developing health and wellness. We are part of the pilot “Health and Wellness Community” program.”
“The community pool offers an opportunity for people from the community to come together as a family and do swim lessons, lap swim and just have fun at the pool.”
Bryan College is providing the pool while Rhea Family YMCA is managing the facilities, providing lifeguards, and offering swim lessons.
Lamont Singleton said, “Last year we provided 20 job opportunities for people here in Dayton over the summer. We are excited to provide lifeguards and provide a safe, fun environment for the families.”
“The swimming lessons are a good service we offer and after a slow start we had good turnout for the lessons.”
Check locally at the pool, at Rhea County YMCA or on pool website for more information. You may inquire at the YMCA about the dates, times and rates for swim lessons and they will be happy to provide rates for YMCA memberships. Lessons are given in the mornings before the pool opens. Take the opportunity to get out and get healthy. The Rhea County YMCA can be reached at 423-775-0821.