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Post by Cap'n RedBeard on Mon 07 Mar 2011, 7:13 pm

Here is an email I got, thought I'd share it. I don't have the time/motivation for it.
Salt Lake City -- Utah State Parks and Recreation is currently seeking a
representative to serve the interests of paddle sport users on the Utah Boating
Advisory Council. To apply, contact Utah Boating Program Manager Dave Harris at
daveharris@utah.gov or 801-538-7341. Applications will be accepted through March
18, 2011.
Individuals are appointed to the Boating Advisory Council for four-year terms and
must be familiar with basic navigation rules, safety equipment, and have general
boating knowledge. Members must also be at least 21 years old and have a valid
driver’s license.
“The council gives its input and recommendations on state boating issues, policies,
and laws and rules to Boating Program staff and the Board of Utah State Parks and
Recreation,” commented Boating Program Manager Dave Harris.
The nine-member council consists of individuals representing the interests of
boating safety and education organizations, sailing, paddle craft, water sports,
marine dealers, personal watercraft, boating anglers, outfitting companies and
For more information, visit stateparks.utah.gov/boating/bac.

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