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Education Standards Panel Appointees Announced

The NASBLA Executive Board announces the following appointees to the National Boating Education Standards Panel for 2014-2016 terms:

• Chris Edmonston, Boat US Foundation, Alexandria, VA, representing the Non-government Organization/ Nonprofit... read more

Applications Accepted for Education Standards Panel

In its continuing efforts to achieve national agreement and consistency in boating education program content and course delivery for the nation’s boaters, NASBLA established the National Boating Education Standards Panel. The 15-member Panel, designed... read more

ESP Appointments Announced

The NASBLA Executive Board announces the following appointees for the 2013-2015 terms:

• Joseph Connolly II, Danvers, MA, representing the Public interest category. This is Mr. Connolly’s second term.
• Joe Gatfield, Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons,... read more

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