What makes Greg Conner smile? “My kids and a packed Forest Park Aquatic Center on a hot sunny summer day,” said the 40-year-old Noblesville resident, who was found at the Aquatic Center in 2023, getting ready for this weekend’s opening of the pool. Conner is president of the board of directors for Friends of Central Pool, a nonprofit that operates the pool and consists of dedicated volunteers like Conner. He was born and raised in Noblesville and graduated in 2001 from Noblesville High School and in 2005 from Purdue University. He was a competitive swimmer in high school. “Growing up in Noblesville, my summers were spent at the Forest Park Aquatic Center, training and competing as a member of the Noblesville Swim Club.” He met his wife, Lisa, at Purdue, where she attended on a swimming scholarship. At Purdue, he was involved in student government, wrote sports for the Purdue Exponent and was a member of Theta Chi fraternity. He and Lisa have four kids, Blake, Bryce, Drew and Nora. “Our family loves outdoor activities, especially golf and swimming.” The pool will be open for the 2023 season May 27-Sept. 4 with limited weekday hours in August. Season passes for the Aquatic Center, which include admission to Morse Beach, Tiny Tots on Tuesdays and Thursdays and movie nights, are now available for sale. Daily rate is $8, with 10-day pool passes for $75.  He said, “Our community is incredibly fortunate to have such an amazing amenity. Honestly, there are only a handful of outdoor facilities of its caliber in the United States.” Conner invites the community to visit