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Boating Safety

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Summer may be coming to an end but you still have a chance to learn a little about boating safety. Dan Bartell is teaching a class on how to stay safe while driving a boat. Bartell says practice still makes perfect when it comes to boating. "An awful lot of boating has a lot to do with physical use of a boat and practice, and again a lot of people out there don't know the rules and regulations of the road." In North Carolina you don't need to take a test in order to get your boating license. While the class is especially good for new boaters, Bartell says it's also good for seasoned boaters to sharpen up their skills in the off season. The class lasts about nine hours and will begin next week. The course will be held at the Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation, 705 Ocean Highway West-HWY. 17 Supply, N.C. The course will be 4 consecutive Monday night classes, from 7:00pm to 9:30pm, starting on September 8. Registration will be at 6:30pm

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