“Nick was very persuasive about the aquatic center and used his resources well for a good presentation. Nick was very clear and it is interesting listening to how much it actually costs to run an aquatic center.”
“I found this presentation to be very interesting. Aquatics are something I have very little knowledge of as well as fairly low interest, but Nick Bacon was very passionate about his presentation and very informative.”
Aquatic Leadership Today
Hired to manage the Adcope Athletic Club in the Spring of 2015, previously Nick was the Executive Director of the Asotin County Family Aquatic Center. Nick provided oversight to the administration of the district and operations of the aquatic center. A native of Wisconsin, he started as a Pool Manager at the aquatic center in 2005. In 2008 he was promoted to Facility Superintendent and then promoted to Director in 2010.
In addition to his current duties, Nick serves as a Firefighter/EMT for the Asotin County Fire District 1, as well as on the Boards of the Friends of Parks and Recreation, Twin County United Way, and Lewis Clark Valley Chamber of Commerce. He holds certifications in CPR/AED and as a LifeguardInstructor-Trainer, a Water Safety Instructor, Emergency Medical Response Instructor, and Emergency Medical Technician. A former swimming coach, Nick coached the Lewiston Neptunes for 2 and a half years (2006-2008) and the
Bengal swim team for 6 years (2006-2012).