Boynton Beach to offer junior lifeguard classes

0054564A npb sptlifeguards2 0709 photo by ELIZA GUTIERREZ/Staff Photographer WITH STORY by Julius Whigham --BOYNTON BEACH-- --INSIDE ART-- Kyle Dirr (cq) (left), 16, an upcoming junior at Santaluces High School, gets a hi-five from instructor Andrea Johnson (cq) during rescue drills as part of the junior lifeguard program at John Denson Pool at Wilson Park. 7/2/08

0054564A npb sptlifeguards2 0709 photo by ELIZA GUTIERREZ/Staff Photographer WITH STORY by Julius Whigham –BOYNTON BEACH– –INSIDE ART– Kyle Dirr (cq) (left), 16, an upcoming junior at Santaluces High School, gets a hi-five from instructor Andrea Johnson (cq) during rescue drills as part of the junior lifeguard program at John Denson Pool at Wilson Park. 7/2/08

Want to learn how to be a lifeguard? Boynton Beach is offering lessons starting this month.

The city is hosting a Junior Lifeguard Aquatic Camp for boys and girls ages 10 to 15. There are nine week-long sessions, with the first one starting June 14. They are held at the Denson Pool at 225 NW 12th Ave.

The five-day course is $60 for residents and $75 for non-residents. A four-day course is $50 for residents and $62 for non-residents.

For information, call 561-742-6645.