George Mac Regatta 3-4 Dec

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The 3rd & 4th of December is the George Mac Regatta, there is NO club racing that weekend, but we encourage all members to enter the George Mac and support our involvement and support of RBYC and this event.

All members are invited to the function on the Saturday night hosted by RBYC.

If you are not sailing in the George Mac can you please contact Mike Wold rearcommodore@elwoodsc.com re volunteering your support with this event is appreciated.

 

ESC Xmas Party Sat 17th Dec

This invite goes out to all our members, their friends, children, grandchildren, extended family, young and old please come along and join us to celebrate Christmas at Elwood Sailing Club.

We will have Santa handing out gifts to all the kids so make sure you reply to this email with the names and ages of kids that will be attending so I can let Santa know who will be there.  We will have food, games and of course the bar will be open!

RSVP by 5th Dec to manager@elwoodsc.com

ESC Presentation Night 28 May

TrophiesElwood Sailing Club Presentation Night 2016 will be held on the 28 May at

Bay View Room
Milanos Hotel
4 The Esplanade, Brighton

Drinks and canapes at 6.30pm for a 7.30pm sit down two course dinner.
Dress formal.  The cost per head $45.

RSVP Wednesday 18th May with numbers and names attending to danielosinga@gmail.com

Payment in CASH which will be collected on entry by Daniel Osinga & Craig Finger. We look forward to seeing every member on the night.

Top of the Bay Interclub Challenge 2016 – Sat 6 Feb

Elwood Sailing Club is once again participating in the Top of the Bay Interclub Challenge. This year Altona Yacht Club as organising authority is hosting the event and ESC is requesting a large turn out of club members to compete.

The day starts with pre-race briefing at the AYC at 12.30pm on Saturday 6th Feb. For further details about the day view the Sailing Instructions.  Further updates will be posted (NOR and Entry Form) as they come in.

Duty Instructions for Members

As a sailing club our racing is run by volunteers and member duty shifts which are very valuable to the club. We have great people involved and helping out.

As a sailing member completing your rostered duty is an essential component of your membership.  It is important to pre-confirm your attendance using “Dutyman”, arrange a swap if necessary, and to record your attendance so that you receive average race points and boat storage points if applicable. Continue reading