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Apr 21 2018

Earth Day at Shilshole -followup

The Shilshole Liveaboard Assoc. wants to thank all the vendors that participated today and all the people that stopped by to learn about how we can better our environment!

Thank you to Shilshole Marina and the Port of Seattle for their help and participation in this event.  We hope to work with you again next year to make this an ongoing event!

And..a big thank you to Jess from the Shilshole Liveaboard Assoc who did such a wonderful job organizing and recruiting for this!

 

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Apr 13 2018

Earth Day at Shilshole

April 21 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm 

Shilshole Marina Plaza

 

The Shilshole Liveaboard Assoc. is proud to sponsor this year’s Earth Day at Shilshole!

We will have educational booths for alt energy, responsible pumpout, sustainable fishing, gardening clubs, waterway cleanups and raffles from local businesses!

Please check our Earth Day at Shilshole website for complete details…

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

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Apr 01 2018

SLA-Annual Meeting Tuesday April 3rd 7-8PM

Published by under Shilshole Marina

Tuesday night  at 7 pm at CYC the Shilshole Liveaboard Association is holding its Annual Membership Meeting.  If you are a liveaboard at Shilshole Bay Marina you are invited and encouraged to attend this meeting.  General elections will be held for new board members.  Additional information on this meeting can be found at the head of each dock in the bulletin.  If you have questions you my contact me at amazonred53@gmail.com  Kristen Sierra

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Apr 01 2018

Clean Captain Club-Calling all Dock Captains

Published by under Shilshole Marina

A week or so ago I fulfilled my obligation to become a member of the Shilshole Bay Marina (SBM) “Clean Captain Club”.  All Dock Captains are now required to submit an application with images (you can get the office staff take the photos needed) to become members of the “Clean Captain Club”.  It is not hard to do.  As you can see I was given a burgee that proclaims that I am now 100% compliant with SBM policies and best practices.  You can get your application at the marina office.

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Apr 01 2018

“Stop the Bleed”

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On Saturday afternoon I attended the “Stop the Bleed” Basic Course at the Red Cross Headquarters here in Seattle.  This is a free two hour class that prepares you to save a persons life if they are in danger of bleeding to death. Class time and hands on practice is provided.  I would highly recommend taking this course.  I think it would be a good thing for all boaters.  CPR  classes would also be of use.  I intend to look into what it would take to have these two courses taught as part of “Shilshole Prepares”.

If you are interested in taking either ‘Stop the Bleed’ or CPR let me know.  amazonred53@gmail.com  Kristen Sierra D-60

Shilshole Prepares, Hub Captain

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