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Twin Lakes UW Lake Cleanup - postponed 'till July 22/23

Location: Twin Lakes (near Winfield, Alberta)

 

Date: POSTPONED to the weekend of July 22/23, 2023 (From Father's Day, June 18)

What: Lake clean-up

Cost: FREE

Hosted By: Wing Divers Scuba Club & AUC Board Members

RSVP toinfo@albertaunderwatercouncil.com

As you can see - details are still being worked out with volunteers!  - but come out for the day or join the 

Wing Divers Club and the UW Outlaws Club for their camp'n dive weekend.

Event Times

SAT & SUNDAY: Come out either day or both days!

9 am Registration

10:00 am Dive Safety Briefing

12:00 pm Lunch- BBQ LUNCH PROVIDED

1:00 pm Dive event continues

2:00 - 3:00 pm - Socialize w/participants!

Enjoy a fun day out at the lake underwater participating in a  lake cleanup (2 dives).

Don't forget to RSVP (see email above) or via AUC Group Facebook Event Pg

DIVE EVENT & Safety Protocols to be followed (where applicable):  

  • ​     LIMITED numbers of participants via PRE-REGISTRATION Required for Divers and/or Family or Shore Support Volunteers

  •       MUST have COLD-WATER dive experience prior to registering

  •       WAIVERS/RISK AWARENESS FORMS must be read & voluntarily signed prior to participation (everyone, no exceptions)

  •       MUST BE PRESENT at Dive Safety Briefing prior to participating in event dive(s)

  •       MUST follow standard dive safety guidelines & all directions of event organizers   

  •       COVID/PUBLIC HEALTH: Minimize interaction and maintain physical distance of at least 2 meters (6 ft)

  •       COVID/PUBLIC HEALTH: IF COVID signs/symptoms present or suspected - do not participate, protect yourself and others

Note: Overnight Camping: County of Wetaskiwin Twin Lakes Campground is first come basis only. There are 60 sites, no hook-ups, no reservations, $27/unit/night.

Divers, Remember to Bring:
  • All your dive gear and tanks (at least 2 or more) - BCD, regulators, drysuit/wetsuit, mask, snorkel, fins, boots, weights, dive computer, hood, gloves, dive knife

  • Other dive gear that you will find useful to bring: dive light, writing slate, compass, a tarp to change on

  • Your certification card and logbook 

  • Warm clothing, even if the sun is shining, be prepared for typical Alberta weather which could include rain, snow, and everything in between

  • Most events no longer include food and water, bring your own lunch or snack, juice/water

  • Lawn chair, bug spray, sunscreen

  • Small amount of cash for registration fees, raffle draws, airfills (if available)

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