Divemaster Natalia Filit helps first-time diver Andrew Taylor with his tanks as he prepares for a dive in the McKinnon Pool at the University of Victoria during the 24-hour dive relay. The UVic Scuba Diving Club partnered with the Oceans Student Society to host a 24-hour Dive Relay to raise money for the Dogwood Initiative's No Tankers campaign. Volunteers gave scuba diving lessons by donation and helped with other pool related activities.

Students divers spend 24 hours teaching other students

The University of Victoria Scuba Club hosted its annual 24-Hour Dive Relay this weekend (March 24 and 25)

  • Mar. 25, 2012 2:00 p.m.

The University of Victoria Scuba Club hosted its annual 24-Hour Dive Relay this weekend (March 24 and 25), raising funds to protect B.C. oceans and rivers.

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