Dates for the Diary
|Thursday 3rd December||5:30pm||New Members Night|
|Saturday 5th December||9:00am||Club Working Bee. See details below|
|Saturday 5th December||2:30pm - 5:00pm||Live Music Soiree with David Campbell. More info below|
|Sunday 20th December||1:00pm||SBSC Christmas Party. Mote details to follow soon|
The House Committee is scheduling another working bee for Saturday the 5th of December, commencing at 9.00am. I know it’s getting close to Christmas, but it’s not like we can go anywhere exciting, so why not donate a few hours of your valuable time to the betterment of the grounds of the club.
Jobs to be done include:
- weeding & gardening
- general tidy up & maintenance
- Weeding equipment
- Industrial size weed sprayer with the spray to go in it
(The House Committee)
Hi Owen here,
This Sunday was really fun for both me and my friends. Although it was pretty windy we were taken out on the ribs inside the marina with licensed boat drivers on board. We also were encouraged to get our restricted boat licenses considering that we are all old enough it would be great to see some of us helping out on the ribs during races.
Also coming out Covid-19, a lot of things have been different this season and we were not able to do the stuff that we usually would. but now that we are back we are already looking forward to next year and all the new and exiting experiences that it will have to offer.
At the start of the year we usually sit down as the juniors and the kind volunteers that are running the program for us, (Ciaran, Grace and Tash) and we have a brainstorm about what we would like do and achieve this year. I’m also hoping to have some new people join the club because I think that for some people sailing just clicks in their head and becomes a part of them. Its also a very welcoming community as well, like when my parents and I joined we instantly felt welcomed by everyone in the club and we just loved it so much.
Junior Club Captain