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First-come, first-served for summer swim passes MISSION — Swim passes to the Pendleton Aquatic Center will be available May 31 on afirst-come, fi rst-served basis for low-income families and individuals. A total of 64 swim passes will be available for low-income families with another 10 swim passes for low -income individuals, according to Lloyd Commander, manager of the Recreation Program for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR). Low-income application deadline is 4 p.m. May 27 at the Recreation office. Applications are available at Rec. F amilies and indi v i du als wil l h a v e to show proof of income to qualify for low-income passes. Once they do, they will go on the first-come, first-served list, Commander said. Another 16 passes will be available for above-income families with the same

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