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After a long Covid-related hiatus we’re thrilled to announce the first meeting of the program year for the SNAME Canadian Atlantic Section, hosted by our friends at Genoa Design International. Our featured presentation will be “The Journey of the Raven KASTER Relaunch Project” as well as a brief update from the new SNAME CAS Executive Committee with an overview of this year’s goals and objectives.
*NDT (Newfoundland Daylight Time zone)5:30pm - 6:30pm Optional, Pre-event Dinner/Drinks at The Bigs Ultimate Sports Grill, The Bigs Ultimate Sports Grill, 2 Olympic Dr, Mount Pearl, NL A1N 4K36:30pm - 7:00pm Networking7:00pm - 7:30pm Section Update: New executive committee & overview of the objectives for 2023-20247:30pm - 8:30pm Presentation: The Journey of the Raven KASTER Relaunch Project,8:30pm - 9:00pm NetworkingAbstractKaitlyn and Stephanie won the video competition “How the Ocean Affects Climate Change “in grade eight that was part of an outreach program with the Marine Institute. Their prize was the mini-boat pre-built by Marine Institute. Since then, the boat had been launched off the Grand Banks in November 2018 and recovered 102 days later at Achill Island, Ireland in February 2019. They have gathered a Raven KASTER team both in Conception Bay South, NL, and Ireland, raised funds to complete the refit and upgrade of the mini-boat, travelled Ireland to meet our Irish team, and learned a lot long the way!SPEAKER/PRESENTERKaitlyn Grandy & Stephanie Evans are the student leaders of the Raven KASTER relaunch project, they were in grade 8 class at Frank Roberts Junior High in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland, when they won the video challenge and started their journey.
Now, both are in second year university at Memorial university of Newfoundland. Kaitlyn is university studying Behavioral Neuroscience & Stephanie is studying Earth Sciences.
This is a free event, all are welcome!