Coast Guard Swimmer From Dothan To Spend Hours In Water For The Children--Your Help Is Needed
Posted by: Staff
Date: Jun 11 2012 8:05 PM
A U.S. Coast Guard swimmer and Dothan native will join others from Air Station Savannah in swimming 12 miles to benefit the March of Dimes. Blake Arnold and those with whom he serves will swim offshore of Key West June 23. The swim will take 6-8 hours to complete.
Blake grew up in Dothan and joined the Coast Guard about 10 years ago after attending Dothan High School and Troy University. He has served our country in several places, including Alaska, Puerto Rico, and now in Savannah.
We are asking people in Dothan and the surrounding area to help out this worthy cause as those who protect our borders take their time to travel several hundred miles and swim for hours to raise money for the March of Dimes.
Blake is the son of Karen and Mike Bradshaw and the late Dennis Arnold of Dothan.