The Rotary Club of Englewood
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The awareness project is centered around the “Josh the Baby Otter” book presentation developed by the Joshua Collingsworth Memorial Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) organization. Parents Blake, a Rotarian, and his wife Kathy Collingsworth, who live in Nebraska, honor the memory of their two-year-old son Joshua, who died on June 4, 2008 after falling into the family pool three days earlier. They believed they had every safety precaution in place, but the reality is that a drowning can occur in mere moments.
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The Rotary Club of Englewood Presents “Josh the Otter” Water Safety Awareness Program