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Business Listing   Ashland Inc - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 585-0523


Business Listing   Below H 2 O - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 820-2531


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Helpful Definition for: Diving

Diving schools in Aurora lead in fostering the growth and development of diving in the United States. Their pride and belief in the sport and what it teaches, is the basis for all they do. They are committed to providing comprehensive opportunities for all who are interested in diving- from future champions to international competition. They operate with the highest integrity and a sense of trust among all entities of the sport. Courage, perseverance, and grace are essential elements of their work. They continue to expand efforts to increase minority participation in diving and to be inclusive at all levels. They operate and conduct decision-making in a culture that values and demands integrity, honesty, transparency, teamwork and excellence.

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