Application now open for lifeguard training scholarships


The city of Lynnwood is now accepting applications for the Randy Terlicker Memorial scholarship. It is for teens and young adults who are interested in becoming a lifeguard.

To qualify for the scholarship, applicants must be between 15-20 years old, live within the Edmonds School District boundary, have a qualified income level or receive subsidized lunches and meet the swimming qualification to begin lifeguard training.

Qualified participants will be allowed to train to become a lifeguard for free at the Lynnwood Recreation Center.

You can access the application here.

The scholarship is named for Randy Terlicker, who was the Lynnwood Aquatics Supervisor from 1988 to 1990. He became a firefighter in 1990 and continued to teach water safety, CPR and first aid courses at the Recreation Center. He died while on duty as a firefighter in 1995. The scholarship was dedicated to Terlicker for his dedication to safety.

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