We spend the winter months working to improve and maintain fabric of the club working bees start in June, run every Saturday morning between 10 am and mid-day, and go through to the start of the season in October.
It is a great opportunity to stay in contact with fellow members during the winter months and making an important contribution to the club.
There is also time for a cuppa mid-morning, and then we provide lunch. Come along, meet some fellow members and help the club.
Winter 2019 working bees
Starting Saturday 1st June at 9.30am.
We are hoping that all club members will participate in this year’s working bees. There are all sorts of jobs to be done, some big and many quite small, but nevertheless important.
We have prepared a list of all the tasks that need to be done, with a description of the steps involved. This should make it easy for you to see which task you might be able to take charge of, or help with. There are plenty of things to do for members who don’t have special skills, so have a look at the list and see what things you would best like to be involved in.
The list of tasks will shortly be on the Working Bee Planning Winter 2019. There will also be a printed copy of the lists on the notice board in the briefing area of the club house.
It will help greatly with planning if you would please email the Rear Commodore to let him know which task you would like to take charge of or help with. In particular we need a helping hand with supervising the Deck replacement project during June, so please contact Jason. He will then add your name to the spreadsheet, and we will be able to see who is doing what, arrange the supplies you need in good time, etc. The email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope that, with things organised in this way, you will be able to help the club maintain its premises for the next year, while at the same time not being unduly burdened every Saturday.
I look forward to hearing from you all.
Ian Whelan, Rear Commodore
Jason Whyte, Captain