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Division 2 Of District 13
Annual Planning Meeting
The annual planning meeting for Division 2 will be in the Bear Room beginning at 0830 on 6 Dec. All members should attend this opportunity to guide the Division leadership over the next year.
All Division members will receive an invitation to complete a Division GAR form survey at this link. To sweeten the pot the Flotilla with the highest per cent of members responding to the survey will receive free tickets to the Division 2 Change of Watch in January.
The Planning Meeting will begin with a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis - coupled with the GAR survey the Division Board should have a good picture of what needs to be done in 2015.
District Commodore Elect Richard Coons and District Chief of Staff Elect Kathleen Goodwin will both be at this very important meeting.
The 2014 Division 2 Board will meet at 1100 for a brief final meeting.
2015 Division Bridge Elected....
At the recent Division meeting the 2015 Bridge was elected. Jim Ehnborn
of Flotilla 25 will be the Division Commander and Tammy King of
Flotilla 24 the Vice Division Commander. Jim and Tammy have already
begun working on the leadership change over even though the actual
change date is December 31.
Right: Jim Ehnborn is "frocked" as the Division Commander by Keith Harding, Flotilla Commander 25 and the current Division Commander and District Captain - North (elect) Garrison Bromwell. Photo by Michael Sealfon
|2015 Flotilla Elections:
Congratulations to all!
Boating Education Classes
Interested in taking a boating education class? Want to meet the requirements of the Washington Boater Education law (required by everyone 59 or younger in 2014), or find out more about boating safety or boating education in general?
Use our handy class finder!
Members--use the class finder if you are interested in helping teach, if you need a class to become Basically Qualified (BQ) or to meet the basic boating education requirements of the Boat Crew Program.
Vessel Safety Checks
Get a free Vessel Safety Check - a qualified Auxiliarst will check your boat for compliance with the applicable federal and state requirements in this free program. This isn't a law enforcement action - the examiner can't report any problems to law enforcement. Be safe, get a Vessel Safety Check and display the sticker proudly!
If you are in the Seattle area, fill out this form to request an appointment to have a local examiner contact you. If you are out of the Seattle area, use the national Vessel Examiner locator to find an examiner near you.
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary celebrates its 75th anniversary of service to America on June 23, 2014.
As the uniformed, volunteer component of the Coast Guard, Auxiliary members dedicate countless hours each year toward supporting the Coast Guard in nearly all of the service’s mission areas.
Have fun, be safe, and think about joining us!