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October 4, 2018 @ 7:00 pm

Come out to our next meeting. The October 2018 meeting of the Scubadillo Dive Club will feature Ms. Jennifer Idol, who last visited us in June 2016. Jennifer is an award-winning underwater photographer, graphic designer, public speaker, and author who shares compelling narratives of the natural world. Her program that she will present to is: Warm Times in Cold Places From Iceland to Alaska, cold places surprise us. Discover an abundance of life above and below the waterline with larger-than-life landscapes and a diverse ecosystem that includes mysterious salmon sharks, sea otters, fields of plumose anemones, and immense moon jelly blooms. As a native Texan who flew over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, Jennifer was moved to raise awareness of the value and importance of local waters by completing a five-year quest in which she became the first woman to dive all 50 states. She shared her journey in An American Immersion, a photographic and narrative book published by Best Publishing Company. She has been diving for 24 years and earned more than 29 certifications, including as an instructor for the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), the world’s leading scuba diver training organization. She is a PADI Ambassadiver, committed to elevating diving in global communities. Through her training and affiliation with the Ozark Cave Diving Alliance (OCDA), Jennifer includes underwater caves in her narrative of fresh water. Jennifer is also a member of the Ocean Artist’s Society, dedicated to using ocean art to inspire people around the world to a greater awareness of our need to foster a healthy planet. Her photography and articles have been widely published in media that includes BBC Earth, DIVER, SCUBA Diving, Alert Diver, and Sport Diver. Her photography of salmon sharks and Alaskan moon jellies was recently awarded in the international photo competitions with Beneath the Sea and Ocean Geographic’s Pictures of the Year. Visit to learn more about Jennifer. As always we will be given good information. WE WILL BE RAFFLING OFF SOME COOL DIVE RELATED GEAR OR HAVE A 50/50 POT. The “Social Hour” begins at 6:30 PM and the meeting begins at 7:30 PM. We had a full house last meeting so get there at 6:30 KEEP DIVING


October 4, 2018
7:00 pm
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