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  • 02 Jul 2018 7:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Thanks to paddler Trey Moore of North Little Rock for the very generous donation of a Razorback Red, Jackson Dynamic Duo tandem whitewater kayak.  Any dues paying ACC Central Chapter member can use it anytime.  Contact Gordon Kumpuris or Cate Handley to reserve it.

  • 05 Jun 2018 9:07 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    School of River Paddling is CLOSED

  • 29 Mar 2018 3:25 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Arkansas Canoe Club board of directors encourages our club members and those who frequent our website and social media pages to sign and share the attached petition to stop the effort to dam the North Fork of the Illinois Bayou.

    Disclaimer - In light of increased sensitivity to sharing personal data, please note that by signing and sharing you could be sharing some of your personally identifiable data with this online petition site and perhaps other 3rd parties and you may be retargeted for future campaigns and perhaps future marketing emails etc.  

  • 12 Dec 2017 1:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The 2018 School of Whitewater Paddling May 4-6 is sold out.  You can join the waitlist by selecting the registration links in the Events section of the ACC Homepage.    

    March registrations and those who joined waitlist in March:  $80.00

    April registrations:  $100.00

  • 17 Jul 2017 12:14 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The ACC encourages all paddlers to remain aware of issues that are before the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality, especially those that relate to watersheds. The ADEQ has in place a process to subscribe to various email distribution lists to receive alerts regarding environmental issues in Arkansas. For instance, you can subscribe to the "Arkansas Watersheds" email list or the "Buffalo River Action Committee" list. attached is a link to the page to sign up for these email lists.


    Also consider signing up to receive communications from the Arkansas Pollution, Control and Ecology Commission.  It is arguably the ultimate policy-setting body on environmental issues in Arkansas.

  • 24 Feb 2015 3:06 PM | Anonymous

    Read more about the differences (and similarities) between School of Whitewater Paddling and School of River Paddling HERE. Decide which is best for you and then be ready when registration opens!

  • 02 Jan 2011 10:19 PM | Anonymous

    I’m happy to announce that we have added a few new Membership Levels. We now offer 2-year and 3-year memberships, both of which will offer discounts off of the $25 per year membership fee for those who choose to receive the newsletter electronically. When your membership is next up for renewal, you can choose one of these multi-year options. With the electronic newsletter discount, 2 year memberships will cost $45, and 3 year memberships will cost $65. If you choose to receive the newsletter via hardcopy in the mail, there won’t be a discount, but you will enjoy the benefit of not having to worry about renewing your membership as often!

    I am also excited to announce the addition of a Junior Membership for Students (those age 25 or younger are eligible). Unlike our traditional “Household” membership which covers everyone in the household, the Student membership will be only for a single individual, and will include electronic newsletter delivery for just $10 per year. We hope that this new option will encourage more young people to join the club: if you know some young people that you think would be interested in joining, please let them know about this new option!

    How do I switch to a 2 or 3 year membership?

    When your current membership is set to expire, login at the ACC Home page (not to be confused with logging in at the ACC Message Board which uses a different login). Remember that your ACC Member login is your email address and your password. If you have never logged in as a member, then you can set your password for the first time by using the “forgot password” link.

    After you login, go to Member Profile. You will see 2 buttons in your Member Details area: one to CHANGE your membership level, and one to RENEW your membership for one year. If it is time for you to renew but you want to pay for 2 or 3 years instead of just 1, then you will need to select CHANGE your membership level and select which multi-year option you would like. If you select RENEW, then it will only give you the option to renew at your current (1 year) level.

    If you currently have a multiple login/multiple profile membership for multiple household members, make sure you choose the multi-year option that also allows for multiple logins/multiple profiles.

    Please be aware that if you CHANGE your membership level when your membership is not due, then you will be charged for a new membership term and your renewal date will change to the date of your membership change. To avoid paying for a new membership before your current membership expires, only CHANGE membership levels at the time you are scheduled to renew.

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