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Hello all,

The majority of the buoy status under the responsibility of the Ottawa chapter have been entred into the buoy database. Once the Hoople Creek buoy has been installed it will be entered into the database.

Go to the Buoy Program section under the Get involved section.

Good morning!

With everything in high gear now, it is important to meet to finalize details on many of the projects going on.

Hello group!

Come on out to our monthly meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) September 8th at 7 pm. We will be at Bud's on the Bay upstairs in the meeting room. Come get updated on what has been going on with the Chapter.

See you there!


See attached file for the minutes.

Next meeting is Tuesday November 10, 2015. 7 pm at Bud's on the Bay, Brockville.


With another season wrapping up, the 2016 planning season begins.

Our next Chapter meeting is Tuesday November 10th at 7 pm at Bud’s on the Bay in Brockville.

The agenda items so far are:

Agenda Items

2016 Elections
Final sign off on Bench Project
Diver Token sales report
Presentation to City Council
Canada 150 Grant Application


Everyone is invited to the next meeting of SOS Superior Chapter. We will be meeting November 18th, 1800 at Thunder Country Diving.

We will be having updates from all of our projects and making plans for the future. Everyone is welcome.

Date: November 18 2015
Time: 1800
Location: Thunder Country Diving, 500 May St N.

On Saturday January 2nd from 1pm to 3pm, SOS 1000 Islands will be holding a social get together at the Aquatarium. Finger foods and beverages will be served. It will be a great opportunity to have a look at the Aquatarium before it is open to the general public. Also a great time to get caught up on what the 1000 Islands Chapter of SOS is planning on doing in 2016. So come join us for some social conversations about diving in the 1000 Islands.

Hopefully we have a good turnout.

As a reminder, we encourage everyone to check their membership status online.

Thank you.

SOS - Superior Chapter will be holding its AGM on January 13 2016. The meeting will start at 6 pm upstairs at Thunder Country Diving. This year we are pleased to offer the option for people to join us online via Google Hangout.

Everyone is welcome to come and listen to presentations about our projects which were undertaken in 2015 and see what we have in store for 2016.

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