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Ryan Clark and Jessica Huber were awarded the Quatermaster rank, the sea scouting’s highest honor. Photo: Courtesy of Dana Point’s Mariners 936
Ryan Clark and Jessica Huber were awarded the Quatermaster rank, the sea scouting’s highest honor. Photo: Courtesy of Dana Point’s Mariners 936

By Kristina Pritchett

Recently, two Dana Point’s Mariners 936 Sea Scouts were awarded the sea scouting’s highest honor.

Dana Point resident Jessica Huber and Laguna Nigel resident Ryan Clark were awarded the Quartermaster rank.

The award is earned through various requirements that demonstrate knowledge of maritime skills and serving in leadership positions within the ship. Both Huber and Clark had to move up through the Sea Scout ranks, learning skills in seamanship.

Both Clark and Huber will attend the California Maritime Academy in the fall.

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