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  1. A huge thank you to the Florida Panthers Foundation and their Community Champions Grant for making it possible to bring the healing power of water and SCUBA Diving to our community veterans. If you are a veteran and would like to take part, please jump in one of our upcoming Discover SCUBA Experience activities to be eligible for SCUBA Certification award as part of this grant in our Sponsor a Veteran program.

    Thanks to this grant, we can offer full SCUBA Certification scholarships to 20 U.S. Veterans. Prerequisites, you have to attend a FREE Discover SCUBA Experience with us prior to award and you need to complete a scholarship application. You can find upcoming activities at 

  2. Take an active role in helping to preserve the national park in our own backyard. Thanks to National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), we have the opportunity to actively make a difference in preserving a rarely visited historic site.
    Come with us and help us clean up the site. Boat transportation from Biscayne National Park's Dante Fascell Visitor Center is provided to site as well as lunch for the volunteers. There is no dock on site, so volunteers will be wading to shore to begin cleanup. 

    There is limited space on the boat. We need a minimum of 8 volunteers, but can only take a maximum of 10. Please reserve your spot now (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lancelot-jones-project-tickets-66769181419) and help support the national park in our own backyard.

    About Lancelot Jones:

    Lancelot Jones was born and raised in what is now Biscayne National Park. His father, Israel Lafayette Jones, was one of the earliest settlers on Porgy Key. The Jones family grew pineapples in the early 1900’s on Porgy and Totten Keys. They became one of the country’s largest key lime producers. Rather than develop the land in 1970 it was sold to the federal government to become part of the park. Lancelot Jones continued to live on his family’s homestead until 1992 when Hurricane Andrew destroyed his residence. The Jones Family Historic District, including the remains of the former home and farm of Israel Lafayette Jones and his family, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  3. Thanks to everyone that came out today. It was a great day in the pool! The camaraderie and the fun are just two of the many reasons you should come out and join us. These events are FREE for veterans and individuals with disabilities. Don't miss out on the next one (October 12, 2019). You can register at this link: Eventbrite event page.

    This activity was sponsored and conducted by AQUANAUTS SCUBA ACADEMY. Be sure to follow our page on eventbrite so that you're notified of new events we post! www.adaptivescubaprograms.eventbrite.com
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