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We are pleased to announce that the next date for Disability Awareness Training for our crew members will be Sunday 8th December 2019.
We need this programme in order to ensure that our disabled members are continually provided with the highest standards of care and safety so they can have the best experiences of sailing on Pride of Man III.
The day commences at 1000hrs at ARC learning in Tromode then moves onto the boat, POM III, for the afternoon session. It will finish around 1600hrs. There are 8 places available so please contact Carole asap if you would like to attend.
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A Winter training programme will start in November.
Anyone interested please contact email@example.com
Training will be week days, week nights and weekends. Please state your preference along with your contact details.
At the AGM held on Thursday 3 October, which was attended by 24 members, the election of officers resulted in the following persons being elected to serve for 12 months.
- Chairman Paul Atkinson
- Vice chairman Carole Quayle
- Secretary Gerry Morley
- Treasurer Charlotte Lewis
- Committee members
- Margaret Brierley
- Adrienne Sanderson
- Neil Johnson
- Peter Crebbin
- Anthony Charnley
The new committee will have their first meeting Wednesday 23 October and further information on relevant matters will be released to the members via the website following this meeting.
First prize: Mike Quirk - Number 31 £30
Second prize: liz Clague - Number 60 £12.50
Third prize: Stephen Turner - Number 40 £7.50
We are still hoping for more new members to help boost SFTD funds AND to increase the prize money. Please consider joining or giving a friend a years membership of the 100 club as a birthday present. Members of the 100 Club do not need to be members of Sailing for the Disabled.