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Night - 10/6
Navigation - 10/7
Deep - 10/8
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STSC BBQ
August 26th
4:00pm
at STSC

Up and Close

8/26 - STSC BBQ - 4:00pm
9/1 - STSC goes to fall hours
9/5 - 6 Pak/Fun Night Dive - 6:00pm at STSC ***
9/5 - Rescue Diver Course - 6:30 at STSC
9/9 - River Cleanup
9/9 & 9/10 - OW Dives - 2:30pm at STSC w/Rich

At a Glance...

8/26 - STSC BBQ - 4:00pm
9/1 - STSC goes to fall hours
9/5 - 6 Pak/Fun Night Dive - 6:00pm at STSC ***

9/5 - Rescue Diver Course - 6:30 at STSC
9/9 - Dive Against Debris Specialty register by 9/7 Classroom meets at TBA - 8:00am
9/9 - River Cleanup
9/9 & 9/10 - OW Dives - 2:30pm at STSC w/Rich
9/10 - 6 Pak/Fun Dive - 10:00am at STSC ***
9/15 - 9/17 - store closed
9/22 - Enriched Air Nitrox course - meets at STSC - 6:30pm must register by 9/13
9/30 & 10/1 - Drift Dive the Niagara River call for details

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Rescue Diver added to the STSC Schedule

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Rewarding and fun – that best describes the PADI Rescue Diver course. This course will expand your knowledge and experience level: Rescue Divers learn to look beyond themselves and consider the safety and well being of other divers. Although this course is serious, it is an enjoyable way to build your confidence.
Program meets at Sunken Treasure at 6:30pm on 9/5. Other classroom & water training TBD on the first night of class.
More Information on Rescue Diver.

Cleanup - Volunteers Needed for September 9th

Since 1984 Sunken Treasure Scuba Center has been involved with local waterway debris cleanups along with our partners, PADI Project AWARE (Aquatic World Awareness Responsibility, and Education) and Clinton County Cleanscapes. New this year we'll also be working with The Georgia Sea Turtle Center Marine Debris Initiative to head off debris before it gets to the ocean. Since 2000 when we started keeping records we have removed over 11,000 tires and tons of other trash from our local waterways. Though we remove trash anytime we dive, our last scheduled event this year will be Sept 9th, The area of intent will be Bald Eagle Creek which borders the south side of Lock Haven and empties into the Susquehanna River. This area is in desperate need of our attention therefore we could use as many volunteers as possible.  We'll need people on shore, in the water, photographers, boaters/boats and even a couple of people to collect data.  So there is room for everyone to help.  For more information or to volunteer please call Rich Best @ Sunken Treasure Scuba Center - 570-398-1458 - stsc@divestsc.com or Elisabeth Lynch McCoy at 570-726-3511 - clintoncountycleanscapes@yahoo.com


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