Seven Oaks Swim & Racquet Club in North Raleigh will open Saturday. Some community pools are opening later after taking extra steps to ensure that electrical systems are working properly after a teenage lifeguard was electrocuted and drowned last summer.
Seven Oaks Swim & Racquet Club in North Raleigh will open Saturday. Some community pools are opening later after taking extra steps to ensure that electrical systems are working properly after a teenage lifeguard was electrocuted and drowned last summer. 2009 News & Observer file photo
Seven Oaks Swim & Racquet Club in North Raleigh will open Saturday. Some community pools are opening later after taking extra steps to ensure that electrical systems are working properly after a teenage lifeguard was electrocuted and drowned last summer. 2009 News & Observer file photo

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