Cleaning the Pool

6 Jan 2009 by admin, No Comments »

At the seasonal monthly pool cleanings, FBSP volunteers scrub rocks, vacuum the pool bottom, clean algae off steps and railings, skim algae off the pool surface, plant flowers and help maintain the pool grounds, paint benches and trim, and generally lend a hand to make the pool and grounds as clean and beautiful as possible.

Volunteering to help with the pool cleanings is a great way to learn more about the Pool. Once you’re in the pool wrestling the floor buffer or swimming along with the giant algae skimmer, you’ll begin to understand how the water flows through the pool, where the main springs are, what creatures live in the pool and where, and how we can continue to improve pool cleaning and maintenance practices.

Pool cleanings usually take place in three or four two-hour shifts—usually 10–12, 12–2, 2–4, and 4–6. We need three to ten volunteers for each shift along with experienced volunteers to serve as shift leaders.

Information for Volunteer Pool Cleaners

To sign up for the next pool cleaning, contact our Service Committee Chair at service@friendsofbartonspringspool.org.

Cleaning the Pool with Volunteers

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