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2 days, 23 new open water divers.

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I am back from our shops open water weekend, where, among other continuing education students, we as a team certified 23 new open water divers. That's 23 out of 24, with the only incomplete going to a wonderful young 10 year old who got cold, but will achieve his goal soon. I want to congratulte and encourage each of them, and all new divers, to enjoy this achievement by being active divers. I also want to encourage you to each remember and practice the skills and safety habits and procedures you have learned and demonstrated and so well. If you have several months go by without diving, schedule a time in the pool to practice and refresh your skills. And remember, your local shop is not through with you now that your are certified. Maintain a good relationship, call with you questions, go on a dive trip, and after you get some bottom time in you log, consider some further classes. Have a lifetime of happy and safe diving!
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