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One of my favorite things to do in summer is to visit Land Between the Lakes in Western KY. What a fun time we have camping by the water. But one thing I notice is how treacherous the water can be for boaters. We've seen several near-misses and heard of countless tragedies. As a kid, I grew up on Myrtle Beach and we had a boat we'd take into the ocean. Let's just say, I loved my dad but never felt totally safe on our boat among the waves.

If you plan on boating this summer, consider attending a boater safety class. It's always better to be safe than sorry!

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Where: Classroom @ EMA Training Center 1440 Harmony Way, Evansville IN

When: Saturday, March 26, 2022 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Details & Pre-Register: Rob Henson 812-202-9384 / rob.henson.cgaux@gmail.com

What's Included: Textbook, Test, Passing Certificate, and LUNCH

Cost: $30.00 Family member share text, Get add’l test, Passing Certificate & Lunch, $12.00 Potential Insurance discount with Class Certificate Some States Require Taking Safe Boating Class Experienced

Qualified Instructors will teach you:

    • About your Boat – Navigation Rules- Buoy System
    • Required Safety Gear You Need Aboard
    • Boating at Night – Anchoring Made Simple
    • Much More!

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