mt holly pool? swim club?
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a friend

Eddyville, KY

#21 Jul 30, 2009
NO! He just sold my house!
I know that they have cut back on office hours though due to our sucky economy. He did sell our home in less then 3 months though! Great experience and super nice guy!
Gem wrote:
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Did his Real Estate biz close? It looks closed.
a friend

Eddyville, KY

#22 Jul 30, 2009
We are members of the Mt. Holly pool and my kids love and use it as much as I can get them there. They swim on the swim team and have made so many friends. I think the dues are very resonable. We checked with Pinebrook in Belmont, and also Stanley and while Stanley was close in price the pool seemed to be really struggling to get open. Pinebrook was over 300.00 more than Mt. Holly. We have gotten our money's worth and then some. I think the board and the manager have been great with us as well. I will rejoin next year without a doubt! Think about how much trouble Carrowinds is and then the time and the additional money you spend when you go. I pay once to the pool and can run my kids down for 15 min. or the whole day everyday of the summer!
Dotty

United States

#23 Jul 30, 2009
They have to keep the fees high to keep out people that will not fit in. Why don't you try Wilson Creek!!!!!!
brown mtn

Charlotte, NC

#24 Jul 31, 2009
love me some wilson creek, best place to swim and play in the state......
Lucy in MH

Pineville, NC

#25 Aug 2, 2009
a friend wrote:
NO! He just sold my house!
I know that they have cut back on office hours though due to our sucky economy. He did sell our home in less then 3 months though! Great experience and super nice guy!
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Everyone is entitled to their own opinion.
Pool Water

Charlotte, NC

#26 Aug 9, 2009
Mt. Holly Pool is known more for its CLICKS than anything thing else. If you don't mind that, it is not a bad palce to join if you have kids.

Don't know why it is called a Racquet Club.
a friend

Charlotte, NC

#27 Aug 9, 2009
Could it have something to do with those two tennis courts out in front of the pool? I'm no sports buff, but, I am pretty sure those are tennis "racquets" that you hit that yellow ball with!
newbie

Charlotte, NC

#28 Aug 10, 2009
where exactly is the pool located and when is the swim season for competing ?
Confussed

Charlotte, NC

#29 Aug 10, 2009
a friend wrote:
Could it have something to do with those two tennis courts out in front of the pool? I'm no sports buff, but, I am pretty sure those are tennis "racquets" that you hit that yellow ball with!
In ten years of living in Mt Holly, I have never seen anyone playing tennis on those courts. Do they have a tennis team that plays other RACQUET CLUBS?
BillGuy

Lincolnton, NC

#30 Jun 30, 2010
My daughter is on the Stanley swim team. It was only $35 to be on the team. The pool fee is $499 a year but we did not join the pool as we have a pool in our back yard. Not impressed with the organization of the Stanley swim team to be honest with you but it was my daughters first year so I guess its ok. If she wants to continue her swimming career, we will be looking for a more organized team.
Stanley Mom

Bakersfield, CA

#31 Jul 2, 2010
BillGuy wrote:
My daughter is on the Stanley swim team. It was only $35 to be on the team. The pool fee is $499 a year but we did not join the pool as we have a pool in our back yard. Not impressed with the organization of the Stanley swim team to be honest with you but it was my daughters first year so I guess its ok. If she wants to continue her swimming career, we will be looking for a more organized team.
The fees for Stanley are $139 application fee and the dues are $360. It could be paid at once or $250 in June and $249 by July 15th. My kids love it. They would go everyday if I would let them!! It is always very clean and a very safe place for them to get together with their friends.
Devon

Cherryville, NC

#32 Jul 8, 2010
newbie wrote:
where exactly is the pool located and when is the swim season for competing ?
Right down the street from sake express if you know where that is. You'll make the very next left after u go through the red light beside sake.. Swim season is June July and August. I'm on the team and love it. Josh and roger are the best coaches. And they are incredible people.
Devon

Cherryville, NC

#33 Jul 8, 2010
Devon wrote:
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Right down the street from sake express if you know where that is. You'll make the very next left after u go through the red light beside sake.. Swim season is June July and August. I'm on the team and love it. Josh and roger are the best coaches. And they are incredible people.
Sorry... I didn't mean to put august. It's been a long day.. This weekend is the last of it this year so roughly around now is when it usually ends every year.
Someone

Cherryville, NC

#34 Jul 8, 2010
a friend wrote:
NO! He just sold my house!
I know that they have cut back on office hours though due to our sucky economy. He did sell our home in less then 3 months though! Great experience and super nice guy!
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Roger is a great guy!
frog

Charlotte, NC

#35 May 20, 2011
Devon wrote:
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Right down the street from sake express if you know where that is. You'll make the very next left after u go through the red light beside sake.. Swim season is June July and August. I'm on the team and love it. Josh and roger are the best coaches. And they are incredible people.
yea,if you paint your toe nails
YIKES

Gastonia, NC

#36 Jul 23, 2012
Wanting to swim wrote:
Got information on pricing for Stanley Swim Club and it's on the high side. Paper lists $360.00 membership,$300.00 fee/yr and $50.00 babysitter fee but sitter can't come if member is present. If you break it down over the swim months it costs about $220/mth to swim.
$360 for a membership. What could possibly cost $360. Yikes
justsayin

Charlotte, NC

#37 Jul 24, 2012
YIKES wrote:
<quoted text>$360 for a membership. What could possibly cost $360. Yikes
Maintenance and insurance
AMNS

Gastonia, NC

#38 Jul 26, 2012
Its 400 Dollars for a reason.. To weed out the mexicans, rednecks, and Black People. Those are what ruin a pool. Your comment made me laugh, you wanting to join a swim club for 100 dollars. lololololol
Observant and Brainy

Charlotte, NC

#39 Jul 28, 2012
AMNS wrote:
Its 400 Dollars for a reason.. To weed out the mexicans, rednecks, and Black People. Those are what ruin a pool. Your comment made me laugh, you wanting to join a swim club for 100 dollars. lololololol
You are disgusting and, yet, typical of our decaying society. May your testicle sack get snagged on the fence you scale to steal copper.
Local Yokal

Allenhurst, GA

#40 Jul 28, 2012
So funny, nobody goes there anymore. Why? who the (*uk knows? Used to be the beez knees, now just heard a sneezed...boring. Mt. Holly ain't nutin but a little Harper Valley PTA. Nuttin to see here folks, move along.

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