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Welcome to Divers Night - Open Invitation


eco dive club   Welcome to our monthly "Divers Night" schedule!  Our monthly dive party is always scheduled on every first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM. You're invited and so are all your dive buddies. It's LA's "open-to-everyone" with no cover, no membership, no charges of any kind... just show up. 

  dive club laWe're proud to invite a few good special guests each month to teach and entertain the group. Guest speakers range from environmental experts like Sea Shepherd, technical diving speakers from TDI, marine biology professors, dive doctors, marine specialists form Heal the Bay and more. Meetings also feature updates on upcoming Catalina dive trips, eco-events like underwater clean ups and eco-adventure trips to keep us all up-to-date on what's happening underwater! And every few weeks Eco Dive Center offers free specialty certifications so that you can be the safest, most environmentally aware and friendly and best diver possible.... in the world!!! :) 

Sponsored by and located at Eco Dive Center in Culver City... 

May 1st at 7 PM Captain John Kades - Lead investigator deputy coroner for the Los Angeles County Coroners Office
Captain John Kades
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It's free knowledge with free BBQ! All are invited to learn. 

6:45pm BBQ Blazes On
7:00pm final raffle tickets sold
7:01pm special guest speak on "Diver Accidents"

Bio : 
Captain John Kades has been an investigator/deputy coroner for the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office since October 2000. He has been a member of the department’s Special Operations Response Team (SORT) and has specialized in disaster operations, aircraft fatalities, drowning/SCUBA cases, and skeletal/buried body cases. He is currently one of the managers of the operations division that includes 7 lieutenants, 42 investigators, and approximately 30 forensic support staff. He also directly oversees the department’s Notifications Section, searching for and notifying the legal next of kin of the deceased. He also manages the Identifications Section that works on identifying John Doe and Jane Doe cases. As a member of the California State Coroner’s Association (CSCA) he serves on the Association’s coroner curriculum development committee that recommends training standards for death investigators. He runs the department’s Indigent Veteran Burial Program, providing a dignified disposition for approximately 200 American heroes annually. He has also conducted internal affairs investigations for the department and is one of the designated liaisons for the Los Angeles County Funeral Directors Association. He has been a certified diver since 1981. He spent 14 years as a public safety diver for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Underwater Search and Recovery Team. He has a BA in criminal justice from UC Santa Barbara.


 

 

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4027 Sepulveda Blvd. Culver City, CA. 90230 310-398-5759 Show up early to win a good seat.

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