CPS-ECP Making Waves: June 2016

CPS Makes Waves

June 21, 2016

CPS-ECP Squadrons and members have been working hard to promote CPS-ECP and boating safety.  Here are a few of the headlines from across the country.

Barrie Power and Sail Squadron Celebrates 60th Anniversary
June 21st marked the 60th anniversary of Barrie Power and Sail Squadron!
Read more here:
http://www.simcoe.com/news-story/6720825-barrie-sail-squadron-celebrates-60-years-of-safe-boating/

Newfoundland’s First Safety Equipment Education and Flare Disposal Day
On June 10th Avalon Power and Sail Squadron promoted boating courses and flare disposal.
Watch: http://ntv.ca/your-community-boating-safety/

Have a story to share? Submit your Squadron news and photos to: publication-graphics@cps-ecp.ca

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