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Rescheduled! August Movie Night 8/27

Greetings all,

Here we go with Take 2 for our August movie night! Ice Age Subzero Heroes will be showing on Saturday night, August 27 with free popcorn and snow cones while supplies last. As usual, we’ll begin set up about 8:30 and start the movie when it gets dark.

See you at the pool!

Movie night canceled due to weather

Greetings all, we are very sorry to let you know that the weather and wet conditions don’t seem to want to cooperate with us for movie night and we will have to cancel for this evening. The ground just isn’t dry enough for the equipment.

Thank you for your understanding and we will see you at the pool on sunny day!

August Movie Night 2016

It’s time for our last movie of the swim season! Sunday, August 14!

Ice Age/Sub-Zero Heroes will begin at dark with set up around 8:30pm. Free snow cones and popcorn while supplies last.

Special thanks to the Bereit family for sharing their screen with us! See you at the pool!

2016 Annual Meeting

Summer approaches!

The Chancellor Swim Club Annual Stockholders’ Meeting will be held:

Tuesday, March 29, 2016 at 7pm-8:30 pm

Chancellor Community Center
7300 Old Plank Road
Fredericksburg, VA


Summer dues of $375 may be paid at the meeting if you wish or postmarked by 5/1/16 to avoid any late fees.

Chancellor Blue Dolphin First Place winners

Congratulations to the following Chancellor Blue Dolphin first place swimmers.

To view the complete results, visit Rappahannock Swim League American Division results (Free Lance-Star article)



  • Shahin Yazdi —Boys 11–12 100 IM (1:25:13), 50 fly (37.00) and 50 breast (42.96).


Girls 8-under 25 butterfly—C: First Place. Natalie Lanning 32.68.

Boys 9–10 25 butterfly—C: First Place. Matthew Earnhart 26.45.

Girls 8-under 25 backstroke—A: First Place. Allyson Leich  23.95.

Boys 8-under 25 backstroke—B: First Place. Brendan Walsh 30.28.

Girls 8-under 25 breaststroke—B: First Place. Therese Harrison 31.88.

Boys 8-under 25 breaststroke—A: First Place. James Bush 27.87., C: First Place. Brendan Walsh 34.53.

Girls 9–10 25 breaststroke—A: First Place. Kendra Hull 22.19.

Boys 12-under 100 IM—A: First Place. Shahin Yazdi 1:25.13., B: First Place. Jeremiah Gross 1:40.23.

Boys 13–18 100 IM—A: First Place. Nolan Turley 1:07.57.

Boys 12-under 100 freestyle—C: First Place. Bryce Daltan 1:30.35.

Boys 13–18 100 freestyle—A: First Place. Coulton Messick 57.86.

Girls 13–14 50 freestyle—C: First Place. Meagan Shacklette 37.63.

Boys 15–18 50 freestyle—A: First Place. Nolan Turley 26.24.

Boys 11–12 50 butterfly—A: First Place. Shahin Yazdi 37.00

Boys 13–14 50 butterfly—C: First Place. Tanner Hull 39.92.

Girls 13–14 50 backstroke—C: First Place. Maddie Elhabbal 47.46.

Boys 13–14 50 backstroke—B: First Place. Josiah Gross 41.50.

Boys 15–18 50 backstroke—A: First Place. Coulton Messick 30.11.

Boys 11–12 50 breaststroke—A: First Place. Shahin Yazdi 42.96.

Boys 15–18 100 free relay—First Place (Carson Howard, Christian Ulans, Nolan Turley, Coulton Messick) 51.36.