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Denis Dunderdale, Regional Education Coordinator with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. DEAN CURTIS FOR LIVING WELL


WATER SAFETY IS A KEY TO A GREAT SUMMER


This month’s Q&A is with Denis Dunderdale, North Central Regional Educator for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission


Q. What are boater education re- Juliana Goodwin | For Living Well I


f the waterways are calling your name, there are a few things you need to know to stay safe this summer. The highest number of accidents occur in June and July, said Denis J. Dun-


derdale, North Central Regional Educator for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.


Last year, there were 14 reported accidents in both June and July, eight in August.


But most of the accidents and drownings are preventable, says Dunderdale. He talked to Living Well about boating regulations and safety.


4 ❚ MAY/JUNE 2018 ❚ LIVING WELL


quirements in Arkansas? A. In order to operate any motorboat,


including personal watercraft (PWC) and sailboat, anyone born on, or after Jan 1, 1986 must successfully complete the AGFC Course, or other N.A.S.B.L.A. approved Boater Education Course. There are two options of how to get a


card, one is to take an instructor-led course and it is free. The other is an online option for peo-


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