There was a great turn out for the club clean up day. Lovely sunshine and tea helped the workers along. Lots of clearing out was done and a big pile of stuff was removed from the shed.
We are missing some trophies.
New Mark 5 up at creek.
The building that Midland Sailing Club call home was officially opened in June 1967. How about a party to celebrate 50 years of our clubhouse?
Last week, the MSC were contacted by a PR company asking if we would help promote an unclaimed lottery number. You may recall that we benefited from lottery funding for the purchase of our fleet of toppers which are now widely used, particularly by the juniors. Early on Saturday morning Mike and Adam were photographed looming alluringly out of the fog, knee deep in water and brandishing an enormous cheque. The footage was shown also on the local news (link in main article below). So if you've bought a lottery ticket recently check your numbers.
This course is designed to give you confidence in a wider variety of boats and conditions, as well as to polish up some of those manoeuvres.
Recreational Sailing for all, organised by Junior Team
Learn to Sail - from beginner to sailor in two weekends.
Rotary club holding a charity Dragon Boat event in the Creek. Racing restricted to east of a line between No 4 and No 6 buoy