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FALL CLASSES Start 1st week of October!!

Check the EDUCATION pages for courses offered this Fall and in the New Year,
Class schedules and Instructors.

If you have not registered, be sure to fill out the contact form on the Education page
(double click Education on the Menu bar)

 NEXT DINNER MEETING: October 8th

NOTE the Change of Venue!! and $$ per person

Regular MONTHLY DINNER MEETINGS

Dinner Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month October through May
at Cedars at Dungeness Banquet Room 1965 Woodcock Rd, Sequim 98382 
5 pm Happy Hour, Business Meeting 6 pm
Dinner begins at approximately 6:30

MENU:  Chicken Parmesan $25 per person


October's Speaker: Cindy Hansen from San Juan Islands on behalf of Orca Network

Topic:  Preventing Extinction – the Story of Southern Resident Orcas

From Namu to Free Willy to Blackfish, orcas have fascinated us for generations. But sadly our Washington State marine mammal is in serious trouble. Learn about the fascinating biology, social structure and culture of our local orcas and the events that have led to their ongoing decline. 

Cindy Hansen was born in Indiana and grew up in Alberta before moving to Washington so, being inland her entire childhood she naturally developed an affinity for whales. She received a Bachelors in Zoology from the University of Washington and has worked as a whale watch naturalist, Education Curator at The Whale Museum in Friday Harbor, and currently as the Education and Events Coordinator for Orca Network. She has also spent 18 winters migrating with the gray whales to San Ignacio Lagoon in Baja Mexico where she works as a naturalist/guide for Baja Discovery. While whales are her passion she also maintains a love and respect for furred and feathered animals. She is a licensed veterinary technician, a volunteer and board member for Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, and she volunteers with a cat rescue group which provides her with a seemingly endless supply of orphaned bottle-fed kittens who can sometimes be seen watching whales with her at Lime Kiln Park.

Members, their Guests and the Public are welcome.

To RSVP:
If you are a member, you can simply respond to your email invitation

If not a member or missing your email simply email: AOnilamnosps@gmail.com

or complete the Contact Us form

Email Invitations have been sent out to all members.  Reminders will be emailed soon.
Please respond with a yes or no upon receipt.
All attending must RSVP by September 30th  Thank you!

Instructor Ray Madsen
Ray Madsen PC 2017/18 INSTRUCTOR

AIS - (Automatic Identification System) Boating Clinic

10 am October 6
@ The Gathering Place
135 Fairway Drive in Sunland, Sequim

AIS on CHartplotter

Do You Have AIS on board your boat? If Not, you need it. You will be given real life examples as to why.  If you do have it installed, are you aware of all the ways to obtain the multitude of information it supplies and how to apply it?

This free clinic will cover:
     What AIS is;
     What it does;
     How it works; and most importantly...
     How to interpret and apply it while at the helm
     You will learn the value of identifying and tracking other vessels which could
     save your life.      Click to Read more

BRIDGE ADMIN MEETING
Monday, October 8th

Location to be determined; email blast will be send out by Commander

8:30 am Commencement.  All members welcome to attend.

Come early to order breakfast.
Meetings last approx. 1 - 2 hours.