Hey I did it. I completed the introduction to diving course at Lynnhaven Dive in Virginia Beach. It was terrific, in a matter of minutes we were suited up and diving.
I am going to take the certification course in April.
I am very familiar with that section of Miami Beach. There are several
celebrities who have homes in that area. I, also use to live in Chicago, but
that "Hawk" ran me out of there. However, I have a daughter, Zenzile, grandson, Bryce, and several lifetime friends, who still live in the area. My
daughter attended and swam for Kenwood H.S. prior to matriculating at
FAMU. She now has a children's hair salon out your way called "Kiddie
Kutz," (708) 862-5437 -B. Looking forward to meeting you.
To answer your question I'd say out of 75 members in my club we have at least 40 to 45 of them are women. Of those 45 I'd say at least 35 of them are between 30 to 50. of course that's an estimate. You may want to check with Diverse Orlando and the Black Angel Divers of South Carolina as well. Erik Denson is the President of Diverse Orlando and Diana Diana is the President of the Black Angel Divers. Both are on Diversity in Aquatics.
Season's Greetings and welcome aboard Elliott! Thanks for joining us here on
the Diversity in Aquatics Network, where you will find individuals and organizations with a variety of skills and interest, as it relates to the Aquatic Environment. When the opportunity presents itself, come down to South Florida, where the water is just a little bit clearer and warmer.
- Ric P.
Yes, I am definitely a Windy City Seal, one of its founding members. I see you sent Bob Weaver a note, but why would you go all the way to Atlanta, when we are here for you in Chicago. Most divers that you see here are affiliated with NABS or a NABS club.