This month’s unmissable events:
GP14 Classic/Vintage open meeting, Saturday 18 April
Yes, Saturday (not Sunday). Following last year’s successful open meeting … All GP14 sailors (plus anyone else who wants to have a go) are strongly encouraged to come and compete for the Round Holes Trophy. We are expecting some visitors from other clubs as well. Three back-to-back races, with the first warning signal at 11.57 (meaning that you really need to be there by 11.00). If you can come, please do – and please BRING CAKE for the post-racing celebrations.
OPEN DAY, Sunday 26 April
We will be eagerly expecting a flood of visitors from 11.00 a.m. until 3.00 p.m. As ever, we need friendly faces for meeting and greeting duties, plus people to sail, and perhaps take visitors out for a sail. In advance, we also need ALL MEMBERS to find a few places to display the poster – which has been sent to you in a separate email.
Cleaning session, Thursday 16 April
In advance of the above two events, we need to spruce the place up a bit. So can as many members as possible please come down on Thursday evening, 16 April, for a short session of mopping, sweeping and tidying? Report (with or without mop and bucket) at (or as near as possible to) 7.00 p.m.
- KEYS – Do you have a set of keys to the club compound and clubhouse? If so, could you please let us know. Or do you need some keys? Please tell us! firstname.lastname@example.org
- SOCIAL MEDIA – Does any member fancy helping to increase our profile on Facebook and Twitter? No experience necessary – just an eye for the quirky, curious and newsworthy. Please contact us: email@example.com
- MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS – If you haven’t already done so, please do so! Form available on the web at https://yrisc.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/yrisc-membership-form-2015.pdf.
Finally, Andrew Stephenson is assembling the May newsletter and would welcome contributions on any topic, no matter how tenuous the relevance to YRISC, and no matter how flimsy the story. Deadline Monday 27 April.