BOATING IS SERIOUS FUN.

 
 

Boat Live 365 is a movement to empower recreational boating advocates to create a safe boating culture 365 days a year.

Our goal is to curate and create a collection of educational materials and resources for recreational boating advocates.  We are here to help make our communities, families and friends safer on the water. All year long, boating is serious fun. When we recognize that, together we can make a difference, 365 days a year.

 

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📣 Calling all instructors, trainers, recreational boaters - registration is free. Last chance! Celebrate this Partnership for Progress. www.ibwss.org/ May 17-19, 2021. #IBWSS21 #boatingisseriousfun Let’s stay alive 365 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 ... See MoreSee Less

📣 Calling all instructors, trainers, recreational boaters - registration is free. Last chance! Celebrate this Partnership for Progress. https://www.ibwss.org/  May 17-19, 2021. #IBWSS21 #boatingisseriousfun Let’s stay alive 365 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊
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Make moms proud this Mother’s day … just put the life jacket on. #momsarealwaysright #dontmakeherasktwice #happymothersday 💐Share for all the safe boating moms out there. ... See MoreSee Less

Make moms proud this Mother’s day … just put the life jacket on. #momsarealwaysright #dontmakeherasktwice #happymothersday  💐Share for all the safe boating moms out there.Image attachment
2 weeks ago
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Share your culture, wherever life takes you. ⭐️In May, as the Alaska District celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we share the stories of our diverse and talented workforce with the first in a series of employee spotlights.
Rayane Arnold works as a program analyst for the Interagency and International Services Section in the Environmental and Special Programs Branch.
She is responsible for managing the financials for the Air Force program through close coordination with representatives of the Resource Management Office as well as program managers and partners/customers.
Arnold is from Kahalu’u, Hawaii, and has served in the federal government for six years, including the past year at the Alaska District.
She views Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month as an important occasion to teach her children about their culture and heritage, while providing a chance to increase the awareness and understanding of others.
“When we became a military family, I was disappointed to think that my children wouldn’t grow up around my family and be immersed in the Asian/Hawaiian culture,” Arnold said. “However, over the years, I have learned that this provided me an opportunity to share my culture wherever we go.”
She began her public service career by joining the U.S. Coast Guard in 2010. After two years as an operations specialist, her time in the uniform came to an end and she started a family with her husband.
In 2017, Arnold graduated with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Shortly afterwards, her family moved to Alaska, where she was hired by the U.S. Air Force for an accounting technician job at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson - JBER in Anchorage.
One year later, Arnold advanced to a budget analyst position with the 673rd Comptroller Squadron and remained there for nearly two years. In 2020, two weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic began, she transitioned to her current role at the Alaska District.
Arnold has thrived on the experience of living and working in the Last Frontier. In the summer, she enjoys fishing, camping and other outdoor activities. During winter, she stays busy with her kids’ extracurricular activities. As a proud fan of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers, Arnold also makes time to watch her favorite team’s football games.
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Share your culture, wherever life takes you. ⭐️
2 weeks ago
Boat Live 365

Any age, any vessel, anywhere you want to go. Gain a wave 🌊 of confidence with the right safety education, the right safety equipment, and the right attitude. Visit boatlive365.org for safety tips. Go for it! #lifejacketsSaveLives Photo by @mael_ballan ... See MoreSee Less

Any age, any vessel, anywhere you want to go. Gain a wave 🌊 of confidence with the right safety education, the right safety equipment, and the right attitude. Visit boatlive365.org for safety tips. Go for it! #lifejacketsSaveLives  Photo by @mael_ballan
3 weeks ago
Boat Live 365

Recreational boating communities unite to save lives around the world! May 17-19, 2021. Registration is free. Sign up today: www.ibwss.org/ #IBWSS21 #boatingisseriousfun 🌊📣 ... See MoreSee Less

Recreational boating communities unite to save lives around the world! May 17-19, 2021. Registration is free. Sign up today: www.ibwss.org/  #IBWSS21 #boatingisseriousfun 🌊📣
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Built by boaters, for boaters, America’s Boating Club has a wide variety of safe-boating education.

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To truly spread the Boat Live 365 message, please make a concerted effort to discuss and promote all of the “Serious Fun Topics” together, all year long.

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