Monday, March 29, 2010
Thursday, March 4, 2010
The Spring Newsletter of Preserve Our Wrecks is available for download now. Just click here to open the document. It's to be hoped that you'll find something interesting in the contents. If you don't - then please consider dropping us a line to suggest what would be more appealing to you - or perhaps even to contribute an article for the next edition.
at 3:51 PM
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Kingston Dive Charters have generously offered Preserve Our Wrecks 14 places for a dive on the Munson on the afternoon of Sunday, June 6th. Members in good standing can send bids to benefit from this great deal to me now. If you've been holding off on renewal - or considering becoming a member of POW for some time - now's the time to get cracking. Mail me now to reserve your seat. Membership renewals can be done online...
I will register responses in the strict order of receipt and advise successful applicants immediately.
at 9:13 AM
Preserve Our Wrecks has negotiated with Save Ontario Shipwrecks for delivery of a Nautical Archaeology Society Level One course over the weekend of August 13-15 this year. The course will be held in Kingston and is expected to cover all aspects of Level One certification, including the Open Water component. The weekend may also provide the opportunity for those who still require Open Water work from last year's course to fulfill the obligation. Please contact me directly to register for the August course or to learn more about it.
at 8:42 AM
POW has always had close ties with the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes in Kingston, so members may want to be aware that the Museum has an active Facebook page. This is the go-to site for up-to-date information on all the Museum's activities. Highly recommended.
at 8:34 AM