Monthly Archives: May 2010

Get ready for Nanga with Intro to Whitewater

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Dates for Intro to Whitewater

Jun Sun 20th
Jun Sat 26th
Jul Sat 17th
Aug Sun 1st
Aug Sat 21st
Sep Sun 5th

For more details, and dates of other Whitewater courses, see the link below and keep an eye on the Club Calendar.

Wildwater News – Upcoming Races

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Upcoming Races

 

No Races until about May 2011.

 

Lots of opportunity to get in some pre-season training around the bouys in front of the Club.

Contact Paul 0403 577 732 or brownepd@gmail.com if you want to organise a regular training paddle.

 

New Committee for 2010/11

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SCC COMMITTEE AND OTHER KEY POSITIONS 2010/11
MANAGEMENT POSITIONS
President Rebekah Manley
Vice President Roland Bodt
Secretary Judy Pedro
Treasurer Lenore Rolando
Membership Officer Marion Ewing
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Webmaster Craig Woodhead
Training & Dev Sub-committee Chairman Colin Priest
Social Coordinator VACANT
Boat Space Officer Steve Emms
Building Sub-Committee Peter Ewing
Building Sub-Committee Lee Edwards
Building Sub-Committee & Insurance contact Andy Skreiner
OTHER APPOINTMENTS
Sponsorship Liaison Karen Green
Publicity & Communications Officer VACANT
Safety & Security Officer Kate Simpson
Assets Officer Colin Scully
Building Maintenance Officer Brian Scheldrick
Boat Repair Coordinator Ian Garthwaite
Boat Hire Coordinator Steve Emms
BBQ Gas Coordiantor Richard Jolly
Paddle Bash Coordinator Roland Bodt
Paddle Bash Time Keeping Coordinator Andy Hewlett
Marathon Representative Andy Hewlett
Sea Kayaking Rep. Colin Priest
Ski Rep. Craig Porteous
Slalom Rep. Peter Ewing
Sprint Rep. Joel Ferguson
Wild Water Rep. Paul Browne
Trip Coordinator Kerstin Beckmann
Photographer Ken Livesey
Food & Beverage Coordinator Claudia Zappalenti
Environmental Officer Sarah Whittaker
House keeping Officer VACANT
Rod Fry Race Coordinator. VACANT
Open Day Coordinator VACANT
Working B Coordinator VACANT

Boat usage and repair log books

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1. A usage log book for members who use the club boats to log which craft they are using.

2. A repairs log book for members to write up which boats need repairs.

This will enable us to do several very useful things;

1) Gather statistics on which are the popular boats so we can arrange to purchase more of the frequently used and popular craft.
2) Gather statistics on which boats get damaged regularly and if this relates to the frequency of their usage or perhaps is a design flaw that may steer us away from re-purchase of these craft in future if they are damaged frequently but are not paddled regularly.
3) As a safety measure if members are paddling alone and haven’t returned, unlikely but good practice to have an intentions log.
These books will reside on the pedestal in the ground floor entrance area of the club, please make every effort to use them for the intended purpose so we can better service the members needs with the appropriate equipment.
 

Many Thanks
SCC Committee
 

Rod Fry Memorial Race results posted

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Preliminary results – still looking for juniors’ times.