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Video: Keepin’ cool in the pool

Rowan, 3, at right, with mother Joanna Tyler of East Moline, Illinois, waits his turn under the tube shower. The temperature hit 90 degrees in Willmar by 2 p.m. Tuesday drawing kids to the pool like bears to honey. The Dorothy Olson Aquatics Cent...

Dorothy Olson Aquatics Center
Rowan, 3, at right, with mother Joanna Tyler of East Moline, Illinois, waits his turn under the tube shower. The temperature hit 90 degrees in Willmar by 2 p.m. Tuesday drawing kids to the pool like bears to honey. (Rand Middleton | Tribune)

Rowan, 3, at right, with mother Joanna Tyler of East Moline, Illinois, waits his turn under the tube shower. The temperature hit 90 degrees in Willmar by 2 p.m. Tuesday drawing kids to the pool like bears to honey. The Dorothy Olson Aquatics Center opened Monday with 262 in attendance. By 2:15 p.m. Tuesday, over 300 had already come through the gate. The Tylers are vacationing at Dickerson’s Resort on Lake Florida.

Cooling off

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