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Key Log Rolling® at resorts just makes sense! From six-year-olds to sixty-year-olds, all ages and athletic abilities enjoy log rolling, including non-swimmers. And spectators enjoy cheering and watching friends and families while staying high and dry. 

Generous supporters and donors of your camp may be interested in funding a new programactivity, such as log rolling. We've come up with a few ideas on why and how to propose the concept of a log rolling program donation to your donors!

    "My boss had watched several videos of it and it just happened to be something we thought would work really well with our students. Our staff loves it.”
    With the support of friends and family, athletes are able to share the growth in their sport with everyone who contributed to their success. This camaraderie is what will be remembered. This Thanksgiving, we’re thankful for sport, specifically, for log rolling.

    While you are busy with the work that keeps camp on-track for success, do you ever wonder what those fun loving counselors are doing during the off-season? This winter's college log roller can be next summer's champion of log rolling at camp for a fun, safe and innovative new activity for your campers. 

    We’re half way through the series and have been thrilled with both the level of competition we’re seeing and the overwhelming enthusiasm we feel from our tournament hosts and competitors. Log rolling has proven to be a fun, safe, competitive and innovative activity that college campuses are adopting to grow their intramural, club, or recreation student programs. It is so great to see!
    Log rolling in the winter time? You got it. We’re here to break the myth that log rolling is limited to the summer months. The portability opens up the calendar to create year round programming opportunities for the members and patrons of your aquatics facilities.
    We are excited to announce thatAllison Kieley has joined Key Log Rolling® as Director of Sport Development. 
    One of the unique things about log rolling is that it can be done in shallow water, so even non-swimmers can participate. A shallow, inflatable pool provides a low-barrier way to get students to try it - they only get wet up to their knees and they don’t even need their swimsuits! 
    “The biggest thing for me being in the water is seeing other folks earn that sense of accomplishment, even if it’s just a split second they add on their time, their eyes light up and they smile. That’s what gets me to do it,” Brill said.
    You've got your Key Logs at the pool or lake and ready to roll, you'vetrained your staff...now what?! As anaquatics director for over 16 years I know this is a busy time, and planning out an entirely new program is daunting. So using the "Keep It Simple..." philosophy here are some next steps to get your log rolling program well...Rolling!
    The first step to a great summer of log rolling is picking the right staff. Some of the most effective staff can come from your lifeguard and swim instructor staff.

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