Return your RVCC forms by October 2nd

Return your RVCC forms

 

Sept 13, 2017

Over the spring and summer many of our Squadron’s provide a service to its members and the general boating community by providing a recreation vessel courtesy check for boat owners to ensure that they are in compliance with safety requirements.  Now the boating season is coming towards an end the members and squadrons must get their completed paper work back to the National Office no later than October 2, 2017 in order to be considered for the RVCC Awards which will be presented at the 2017 AGM in Charlottetown later in October.  The awards go to the Member, Squadron and District with highest number of completed RVCC checks submitted. HAVE YOU RETURNED YOUR FORMS BACK TO THE NATIONAL OFFICE?

 

Send your forms to:
John Gullick
26 Golden Gate Court
Toronto, ON
M1P 3A5

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