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International students visit Green River Marina

By Dakota Smith

Brandon Reed, National Champion of wrestling from Taylorsville, Kentucky, Safia Bright, National Champion of track and field from Ghana- fiance of Goabaone Mosheleketi, National Champion of track and field from Botswana, Zalmico Harmon, Personal Trainer of Washington D.C., Dakota Smith, Assistant Director of ISP of Jackson, Tennessee, and Sabine Eastham, Director of ISP, Germany all took to Green River Lake on July 19 to cool off for the day.

Learning how to swim is not an easy task! However, three people were able to catch on very quickly with the help of skilled swimmers, Sabine Eastham and Dakota Smith. Not only did we learn to swim, but we were able to drive a pontoon, which was very interesting to say the least!

Green River Lake was so much fun to explore, and we had a great time splashing around. Thanks so much to Green River Marina for giving us this opportunity and to International Student Programs for making this happen! Can't wait for the next trip!

This story was posted on 2019-07-20 21:06:37
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International students visit Green River Marina

2019-07-20 - Taylor Co., KY - Photo By Dakota Smith.
Lindsey Wilson International Studies students headed out to Green River Marina for swimming and boating lessons this week.

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