A few of our divers have organized a regular Tuesday night dive.They meet up at 6:30 pm and usually hit the water at 7 pm. We have made this a regular shop function now, this will include a 50% off rental for anyone who would like to dive with us. Check our website and Facebook page for where they will be diving this week and look for special themes on holidays and dive events. Call ahead to sign up and let them know you will be there.
Imagine, I accidentally get tangled in something. What should I do first?
A) Stop, think, and slowly untangle myself
B) Try to turn around and see where I am tangled
C) Ask my buddy to help untangle me
D) Take off my scuba unit
Most Diver injuries caused by aquatic animals occur because
A) the animal thinks you are food
B) the animal is aggressive
C) the animal is protecting itself from the diver
D) the diver did not feed the animal
Question of the week!!! I have four people who have been responding but you still have a shot to win!
Question: I should take a local area orientation dive whenever I…
A) Dive anywhere, even if I have dove there before
B) Dive in a new place
C) Dive without advanced training
D) Am not diving with an instructor
What can happen to me if I hold my breath while ascending on a dive?
A. My lungs can over-expand, which could cause serious injury
B. My scuba equipment may not work properly
C. I might hurt my ears or sinuses
D. Nothing would happen to me
Hello Divers! Your question this week should be an easy one for you and its multiple choice!
Whether an object sinks or floats may be changed by…
A) increasing or decreasing its weight
B) increasing or decreasing its volume
C) taking it from fresh to salt water
D) all of the above
Please send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org and Cassie will send you a confirmation email. Good Luck!
Join us Sunday October 25th at 1:00 pm for the 29th annual underwater pumpkin carving contest. The contest will be held at Lake Sixteen near Martin/Shelbyville. If you need directions here’s a link to Google Maps for the lake: http://ow.ly/CHA2P .
If you haven’t been to this before it’s a great time. Here’s a video from last year’s contest. While you check it out please subscribe to our YouTube channel.
The cost for this outing is $10 for divers competing in the event and $5 for non-divers. This covers hot dogs, buns, plates, condiments and flatware. Additionally the fee covers prizes for the contestants. Please sign up so that we can purchase all the necessary items. You can sign-up by calling either dive shop, stopping by the shop, emailing “dougc at gldl.com”, emailing “lakeshore at gldl.com”, or by using our new online sign-up tool available here: GLDL Event Signup or here Lakeshore Scuba Event Signup.
Please bring the following with you to this event:
- Dive Gear (Rentals are available at both stores).
- A side dish or desert to pass.
- Your own beverages.
- A pumpkin to carve if competing.
In the event of a weather cancellation we will post a notice on our Facebook Pages and on our Twitter Feed.
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Announcing March 2015 Events and April 2015 Events at Lakeshore Scuba.
Your gateway to quality scuba diving instruction and dive travel on the lakeshore.
Want to better understand all the ways to find out what is happening at your hometown dive shop, Lakeshore Scuba? If so then this is the post for you to read. There are a lot of ways to learn about the training, trips, events, and happenings at the shop.
The easiest is to come right here and check out our calendar for all of the scheduled events. Did you know that you can take this a step farther and actually subscribe to the calendar? This means that you can get updates as we post them to your phone, tablet, or PC.
Are you on Facebook? We create an event for all of our classes, trips, and other events on our Facebook page. You can directly visit the Facebook page at this link https://www.facebook.com/LakeshoreScuba. Be sure to like us and add us to your news feed for updates on all the activities we have planned this busy dive season.
Last but not least you can download a formatted for printing calendar. It doesn’t have all the details that the online calendars do, but it’s a great little document to hang on your refrigerator to help you remember great ways to have fun all summer. We will be posting monthly calendars a couple months in advance throughout the dive season. Here are links to the next two months of dive events:
March 2015 Events at Lakeshore Scuba
April 2015 Events at Lakeshore Scuba
Finally, keep in mind we’re divers not social media experts. If there’s a way that you’d like to see us updating you about shop happenings, be sure to let us know so we can investigate implementing them.
Remember, Today is a good day to dive.