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Commodore's Communiqué

Happy New Year to you all!

It was good to see so many of you at the Laying up Supper, Annual General Meeting and the Christmas Lunch. Thank you for supporting the Club.

This Sunday 10th January sees the start of the Winter Working Parties. We meet at 10.30am. The aim is to maintain the Club and the Sailing Area. You can do as much as you wish some hand tools are available but if you have your own that is especially welcome. We stop for lunch which is usually Bacon Butties and Soup.

If you cannot make the working parties then please consider adopting a boat. A bit like when you took the school guinea pig home for the holiday. What is needed is someone to give each of the 18 club boats a home for 10 weeks. There are three Laser 1s, two Picos, two Laser 2000s, nine Toppers and two Wayfarers. This would greatly help the maintenance of the berths, prolong the life of the covers and spare the boats from the rigors of temperature fluctuation. If you have got a space and are willing to share then please let any of your new General Committee know.

Your New Committee

Commodore: Alayne Seymour – commodore.elysc@gmail.com

Vice Commodore: Gary Ungless

Rear Commodore: Mark Stamford

Treasurer: Simon Loach

Membership Secretary: Liz Ungless

Committee Members:

Simon Leeks

Gaby Perry

Ian Wakeling

Karen Knight

Clare Christan

Steve Board

Fleet Captains:

Jack Knight - Laser

Kirk Stamford - Topper

Gary Ungless - Solo

Gaby Perry - Menagerie

Jill Sallis - Model Yachts

Social Sailing Representative: Ian Wakeling

Cadet Fleet Captain: Chandler Stamford

Looking forward to seeing you all soon.

Your Commodore Alayne

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