Diversity and Inclusion Grants Awarded by US Lacrosse

Diversity and Inclusion Grants Awarded by US Lacrosse

US Lacrosse, the national governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse, announced today that the organization has awarded 29 new grants to encourage and empower lacrosse participation in underrepresented communities. These awards, made through the Diversity & Inclusion Grant Program, will be utilized by local organizations to initiate and continue programs that promote lacrosse diversity participation and education. US Lacrosse […]

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Your Three Instructors Were Excellent

Your Three Instructors Were Excellent

Hi Mandy-Rae, Thank you for scheduling this past weekend’s PFI class here in our own chilly northern California ocean. Having been an avid abalone diver and marine archaeologist for the past 30 years, my expectations for this class were quite high but also intimidated after hearing about the rigid safety and rescue requirements. Your three instructors were excellent and this […]

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3 Top Things To Do in Nicaragua

3 Top Things To Do in Nicaragua

1. Sandboarding on Cerro Negro Volcano Nicaragua has a very impressive natural landscape, and is home to 19 volcanoes, of which seven are active. Cerro Negro, translating into Black Hill, situated in the north of the country, stands 728 metres tall, just outside the colonial city of Leon. Beautifully tranquil, while boasting an essence of fierceness, Cerro Negro is one […]

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Flying disc freestyle

Flying disc freestyle

Flying disc freestyle, also known as freestyle Frisbee in reference to the trademarked brand name, is a sport and performing art characterized by creative, acrobatic, and athletic maneuvers with a flying disc. Freestyle is performed individually or more commonly in groups, both competitively and recreationally. The Freestyle Players Association (FPA) is the governing body of freestyle, “dedicated to the growth […]

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