The Landing School celebrates 30 years

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The Landing School in Arundel, Maine, is celebrating its 30th year of marine-industry education with two alumni reunions this fall.

On Sept. 13, The Landing School will host a reunion in Newport, R.I., immediately following that day’s close of the Newport International Boat Show. On the evening of Oct. 7, there will be a reunion in Miami Beach, near the site of the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference.

All graduates of The Landing School are invited to join staff, faculty and supporters at the reunions. There are currently more than 1,200 graduates of The Landing School who attended one or more of the four yearlong programs.

Click here for the complete release from The Landing School.

Those interested in attending should contact Nicole Jacques, director of marketing, at nicolejacques@landingschool.edu or (207) 985–7976.

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