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    Default Pool party question!

    I'm planning my daughters 6th birthday party at our local public pool and am just writing up the invites now. The pool doesn't actually do parties so it will just be a few of her friends and some lollies/chips but I want to pay for the kids admission to the pool but not sure how to word this on the invitations??


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    Will the pool do an account for you so those claiming to be there for 'Ruby's Party' can just be let in.

    That way you could word it 'let front desk know you're here for Ruby's Party to be admitted'... or something better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    Will the pool do an account for you so those claiming to be there for 'Ruby's Party' can just be let in.

    That way you could word it 'let front desk know you're here for Ruby's Party to be admitted'... or something better.
    Yeah I'd say that would be fine for them to do! Thankyou!! How did I not think of that, I will blame baby brain haha!

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    don't they normally charge for parents accompanying children tho? how will you word it if you're paying for kids and not parents/siblings?

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    I'd only have to pay for the parents if they are actually getting in the pool to swim. I'm not inviting siblings (I don't even know if any of the friends have them) obviously I don't mind if they come but would it really be my responsibility to pay if they decide to bring their other children?

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