Hi everybody,

Could you please send the following notification to your members as
there is a correction on the starting date advertised on the previous email sent in early March ?

Thanks for your usual cooperation.

Yves Dauphinais

Kennebecasis Powewr & Sail Squadron

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From: Canadian Power & Sail Squadron / Kennebecasis
Date: Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 11:16 AM
Subject: CORRECTION on Spring 2013 Course Offerings from Kennebecasis Power & Sail Squadron
To: yves.dauphinais@gmail.com

Kennebecasis Power & Sail Squadron

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To receive the latest News and Course Information from the Kennebecasis Power & Sail Squadron
Dear YVES,

Don’t forget our

Spring 2013 Courses Offerings given at

Royal Kennebeccasis Yacht Club
1042 Millidge Avenue, Saint John

For Additional Information:

Contact: John Pappas, Training Officer
Phone: 506-632-5905
Email: pappas.john@jdirving.com
WILL START ON APRIL 17 instead of the 10
Navigating with GPS (3 weeks)

This seminar will introduce you to the versatile Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers. With this course you will learn simple explanations of the system which makes GPS such an effective navigational aid, and methods of extracting the maximum navigational information from your equipment.
Improved position information, course planning and real time speed/direction data improves your boating safety and cruise enjoyment, while reducing transit time and fuel consumption.

Member Cost $75.00 ($100.00 for non-member)

Held every Wednesday, Starting Apr 17

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