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
Hosted By: Wing Divers Scuba Club & AUC Board Members
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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)