Live near NJ? Visit the Auxiliary booth 204 at the Meadowlands Beneath the Sea Expo March 24-26th

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Boaters, Divers, Water Sports Enthusiasts, Marine Environmentalists please stop by the US Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 10-02 booth 204 and get the latest boating safety information, course schedules, schedule a free vessel safety check, learn about the Coast Guard’s protection of the oceans.

 

Beneath The Sea, Inc. is a nonprofit, volunteer, membership
organization, recognized nationally and Internationally as a source of education about the ocean environment.
Their purpose is to:
1. Provide continuing education to the recreational diver community.
2. Educate the public about the benefits of protecting the ocean environment.
3. Support Ocean and environment related projects and charities.
Beneath The Sea’s programs stimulates interest in sport, scientific, medical, environmental, and the crafts whether vocation or avocation with the ocean.
Beneath The Sea, through its Ocean Pals art-in-education program, Marine Careers, and Sea of Tomorrow Scholarship program is responding to the changes in our
environment by bringing education to youth, their parents, and teachers.
Beneath The Sea is a federally tax-exempt (501) (c) (3) organization incorporated as not-for profit in the State of New York

Please visit the floor plan link below for more information:

http://www2.beneaththesea.org/floorplan/

 

More information about the US Coast Guard Auxiliary can be found at www.cgaux.org or at the official USCG Auxiliary facebook page https://www.facebook.com/uscgauxiliary/

 


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