STATE PARKS: Hunter or angler sought for state boating panel

May 5, 2013 

The State Parks and Recreation Commission seeks a hunter or angler who uses a boat in his or her sport to serve on the Boating Safety Advisory Council.

The council assists and advises the commission on the administration of its Boating Safety Program that provides information and education on safe and environmentally sound boating practices to agencies, organizations and individuals statewide, said a department news release.

The application deadline is Wednesday. The appointment will be made later this month, and the term will go through Dec. 31, 2015.

The council meets four times a year at the State Parks’ Headquarters Building, 1111 Israel Road SW, Tumwater.

Interested applicants are required to provide a completed application along with a résumé and letter of interest explaining why they are qualified to serve on the council. To request an application, contact the Boating Safety Program at or call 360-902-8832.

For more information on the Boating Safety Program, visit

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