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IN THE NEWS:
GSC Weekly Update Feb 23, 2015Glenmore Sailing Club
Reminder of AGM
THIS COMING WEDNESDAY !!!
We hope to see you on board for an exciting new season ...
Please keep the 25th of February booked on your calendar for our AGM. At the clubhouse, 7 p.m., free pizza and beer to all members that have renewed prior to or at the meeting.
Vacant Board Positions:
- House Captain (though incumbent will continue to assist, and with significant assistance from property manager)
- Membership Director
- Youth Program Director
- Treasurer (though only as a liaison to our professional bookkeeper)
Any agenda items ? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE ….
RULES, TACTICS & PROTEST SEMINAR
BY DAVID PELLING (IJ/IU)
SATURDAY MARCH 28 AND SUNDAY MARCH 29, 2015
HOSTED BY CALGARY YACHT CLUB
635 East Chestermere Drive, Chestermere
This is an interactive seminar designed for a small number of participants, in which real scenarios are presented in TSS* diagram format. Participants are encouraged to identify the applicable rule(s) and the responsibilities of the boats at each position throughout the situation. Various “what ifs” will be presented to enable participants to understand the details of the rules and possible tactical options. The follow up slide refers to the rules, which are involved, and those, which could be involved.
By this method, the 2013-2016 rules of the RRS Part 2 and selected rules from parts 3&4 become more familiar and easier to understand. Model positioning on a white board supplements the initial scenario, enables variations and tactics to be discussed.
The aim on the second day of the seminar is to familiarize both competitors and potential judges with all aspects of a protest, from the incident through to the protest committee’s decision. Competitors will therefore be able to present their case more confidently and effectively, and the feeling of intimidation should be eliminated. Potential judges will learn how to not make basic mistakes and how to arrive at decisions more acceptable to competitors. Classroom time will be followed by having the participants split in groups of five, playing the parts of protester, protestee, protest committee chairman, member and fact writer in a series of mock hearings.
COST-$50.00 (INCLUDES 2013-2016 RACING RULES OF SAILING)
TO REGISTER PLEASE CONTACT
On site registration Saturday morning at 8:30
Course runs from 9 to 5 pm both days.
Please bring your lunch
Coffee and tea will be provided.
The Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst
Based on the true story of an unimaginable journey!
promo code is: STARBOARD
Alberta Theatre Projects
In Association with Ghost River Theatre present:
Enbridge New Canadian Play
by David van Belle and Eric Rose
Directed by Eric Rose
February 24 – March 14, 2015
Based on the true story of an unimaginable journey!
A visually stunning multimedia journey into deep waters. In 1969, British amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst seemed poised to win a solo, round-the-world sailing race. Suddenly, he went radio silent. Weeks later Crowhurst’s boat was found, hundreds of miles off course and with no sign of its captain. Only his logbooks remained to tell the tale of one man’s desire to win at any cost.
From the award-winning company that created The Highest Step in the World (Enbridge playRites Festival, 2010), comes this dazzling and imaginative new play about the art of deception. How far would you go to win?
For GSC Members
Your promo code is: STARBOARD – people can quote it when they’re on the phone with our Ticket Office (403-294-7402) or enter it while purchasing online: https://www.artscommons.ca/WhatsOn/ShowDetails.aspx?show_id=4B5D52BA-4D84-40CD-ACE1-DAFD62651201&purchase=12015 Youth Camps and Race Team
Our ever popular sailing camps and race team are back.
Registration is now open and can be accessed by going to http://glenmoresc.checklick.com
will be running full-day CanSail 1, 2 and 3 programs and our 1/2 day
WetFeet programs as well as our four month racing program.
The schedule for our 2015 camps is:
June 29-3 - CanSail 1
July 6-10 - WetFeet & CanSail 1
July 13-17 CanSail 3+
July 20-24 - CanSail 2
July 27-31 CanSail 1
Aug 3-7 - CanSail 1
Aug 17-21 - CanSail 2
Aug 24-28 - CanSail 1
Our full day camps are $385 and our half
day camps are $235 with an $85 discount for sailors with a parent who
has a Family or Individual membership or a child who has a Junior or
Student membership which has been paid in full at the time of the
Don't delay in registering, we often have extensive wait-lists for most of our programs.
Please note that as the sailing season is winding down, you will be receiving newsletters less frequently.