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Marine invertebrates stole Juli Berwald’s heart on her first snorkel in the Red Sea during college. Hoping to study the ocean forever, she spent seven years building mathematical algorithms to interpret satellite imagery of the ocean, receiving her Ph.D. in ocean science. Her husband stole her heart next, and she drifted away from the ocean to Austin, Texas to be with him. Landlocked, she wrote textbooks and popular science articles for National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times, Redbook, and Wired.com before the story of jellyfish led her back to the sea. Her book, Spineless: the Science of Jellyfish and the Art of Growing a Backbone was published in 2017 and she’s currently working on a book about the future of coral. 


APRIL MEETING FOLLOW-UP:  JAY HAIGLER

What you are looking at is a diver documenting the wreckage of a Tuskegee Airman, 2nd Lt. Frank Moody's plane, lost since World War II. I am beyond proud to work with this dedicated group, Diving With a Purpose (DWP), that bring personal histories to life, usually that of the forgotten, enslaved and marginalized.

DWP is raising funds for a memorial to be erected in Port Huron, Michigan to honor the service, dedication and sacrifice of the Tuskegee Airmen. Our suggestion that a memorial be erected was met with enthusiasm and DWP started a Crowdrise campaign for covering the cost of the memorial and unveiling ceremony.

YOU CAN DONATE BY CLICKING ON THE LINK BELOW (CLICK ANYWHERE ON THE PICTURE) TO GO TO THE WEBSITE TO DONATE.

The ceremony will be held on August 24, 2019 in Port Huron, Michigan.

For Black History Month, please consider sending your spare change, the cost of a latté, five bucks or your allowance to commemorate these heroes. The world could be a very different place today had it not been for The Tuskegee Airmen.

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Tuskegee Airmen Memorial

During the middle years of World War II, Michigan served as an advanced training ground for many graduates of the famous All-African-American Tuskegee pilot training program. A memorial is being dedicated to five Tuskegee Airmen that perished in accidents in the Port Huron area. Two ...









2020 Membership Dues

Benefits of Single and Family Membership:

  • Free local diving at designated RDC hosted events
  • Parties, guest speakers and special events
  • Great diving with folks at all levels of diving certifications
  • Voting privileges
  • Richmond Dive Club window decal

Dues:  The fiscal health of the Richmond Dive Club is only one aspect that makes our Club as strong as it is. Your dues help to support Diver Days at Lake Phoenix and arrange for great speakers at our monthly club meetings.  

Dues are $35 for a single membership, $55 for family* memberships and $125 for corporate memberships. Dues are based on the fiscal year beginning March 1 and ending on February 28.

*Family members must be resident at the same address and includes dependents under the age of 18 and/or a full-time student living at home or away at school.


 

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