Working Party

Help is required for the Club House preparation for the start of the season start on the weekend of Sat/Sun 14/15 March between 11am and 4pm

 AJ assures us that there is nothing excessive with tasks ranging from 

  • Shower  wall/floor deep cleaning 
  • Window cleaning
  • Wooden vanity door locks replacement
  • Roof vent fixing
  • Moving topper accessories back into the training container

etc.

 

We hope you’ll be able to assist on at least one of the days. 

 

Thanks

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Dubwath Silver Meadows AGM 11 March

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Pre Season Preparations

Neil Garrison is planning one further briefing next weekend.

Saturday 7 March – Preparing to Start Dinghy Racing. – What you Really really need to know. Alternative tile “To fail to plan is to plan to fail”

Talks will run from 2.00pm to approx 5.00pm

To help with planning, it would be appreciated, though not essential, if you could book tickets using WebCollect The talks are, of course, free

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Budding Child Actors Being Sought

This casting company is in Cumbria 3-12 March looking for 9-16 year olds for Swallows and Amazons.

Interested? Get in touch with them soon!



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Winter Walk

Perhaps the title says it all!

Not all those that started the walk through Dodd Wood made it to the top, here’s those that did!

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Restoration/Repair Project

My Scorpion’s fore deck was damaged when a visiting worker dropped something through it. The insurance would only give me the boat’s market value, which was less than the repair cost.

The boat is in reasonable condition and very enjoyable to sail.
I hope someone (apprentice at a boat yard?) would like to repair/restore this boat.

If so, please come and take it away, on its trailer – with mast, boom, rudder, sails (main, jib & spinnaker).

Robin Le Mare
Laburnum House, The Square
Allithwaite,
Grange-over-sands
LA11 7QE
01539 532 497

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Youth Training

Some Advanced Youth Training sessions, open to all former trainees, and all 2014 trainees who were part way through training, have been scheduled as detailed below.

April 4th 2015
April 11th 2015
April 18th 2015
April 25th 2015
May 2nd 2015

Also, there will be an all day Assistant Instructor Training Course on April 4th and 11th. Please speak to Neil Garrison if your son or daughter are interested in attending as a certain sailing ability is required.

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Bass’ Burns Night Supper

Views were unanimous. This was the best Members’ social event at the Clubhouse for quite a while. Claire, Lucy and Kirstie had pulled out all the stops. There were immaculate tartan table covers and serviettes plus a wee dram of whisky at each place setting. In the absence of a piper, Alistair was in charge of downloading the themed music.

And then the guests arrived with some suitably attired for the occasion. Pauline wore, arguably, the most chic Scottish outfit while Graham had, without doubt, the most flamboyant national dress – to which Judith commented that he wasn’t with her!

Proceedings started with Mark summoning all to the tables before AJ, complete with kilt, recited an Ode to the Haggis ending in the ritual stabbing! This was accompanied by Alistair’s bagpipes and the downing of the dram! The three chefs then served all with the main course featuring the haggis and, despite generous portions, there was another helping for all who fancied one. Next came a fruit pudding with whisky laced cream for those who dared. And, finally, a gigantic cheeseboard with six varieties of cheese was placed on each table.

Some abandoned this final offering and took to the dance floor to make the most of the music which, by then, seemed to have moved into an Irish theme! Others just relaxed and chatted at their tables and nearly three hours had passed before some made the move for home.

Who needs a sailing season when we can have pre season events like this one?

Thomas’ Twitterings

The event provoked some thoughts and observations from a man that almost always has a camera to hand

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The great chieftain o the pudding race is addressed by AJ. Probably the only time a Haggis has been addressed by a kilt wearing Sassenach wearing gold coloured Budgie Smugglers under his kilt

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These galley slaves briefly deserted their post trying to have a peek at the Budgie Smugglers, obviously they had been given information about what Alan was wearing under the kilt.

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The MacPatricks were there too!

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7
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2:00 pm Talk – Race Preparation
Talk – Race Preparation
Mar 7 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Neil Garrison is planning a short talk to help members know how to prepare to start dinghy racing. Alternative title ‘To fail to plan is to plan to fail’ Tickets are free. Please book your ticket to help with preparations.
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