OCTOBER winners of the 100 CLUB draw
First prize number 73 Robert Killip. £30
Second prize number 33 Kathleen Killey £12.50
Third prize number 39 Phil Manton £7.50
Since the SFTD AGM more people have joined the 100 club resulting in the prizes increasing in value. With even more joining the prizes will increase even more!
Would you like to support your charity and become part of the 100 Club then simply download the application form here. Membership is only £24 per year. More than 50% of your donation will go towards the charity.
We had a busy successful Flag Day in Port Erin on Saturday raising a fantastic amount of £519.73 !
Adrienne would like to thank everyone who helped but in particular Peter Crebbin and Sarah Spencer. These loyal members always work hard not only collecting but also chatting enthusiastically to the public about the joys of sailing. Thank you all for giving time to SFTD to help with the very important fundraising.
First prize: Paul Atkinson - Number 65 £20
Second prize: Ian Clark - Number 7 £8
Third prize: David Bridson - Number 53 £5
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.
At the AGM held on Thursday 20 September, which was attended by our Patron Sir Miles Walker, 30 members and 5 non members, the election of officers resulted in the following persons being elected to serve for 12 months.
- Chairman Rodger Clague
- Vice chairman William Paterson
- Secretary Gerry Morley
- Treasurer Paul Atkinson
- Committee members:
- Neil Johnson
- Adrienne Sanderson
- Carole Quayle
- Margaret Brierley
- Peter Crebbin
The new committee will have their first meeting Thursday 18 October and further information on relevant matters will be released to the members via the website following this meeting.
Join us Sunday afternoon 23rd September on ‘Pride of Man III’ and familiarise yourself with what’s involved during a sail.
Whether you’re a new member or would like to obtain ‘reminders’ you’ll be equally welcome! We intend running two ‘quizzes’ for preparing the boat for a sail, down below, and on deck, and then motoring off the berth to the bridge and back, putting our results into practice.
We’ll also be announcing the dates and times for monthly evening sessions for those of you who wish to be fully familiar with what’s involved.
Just e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com so we know you’ll be with us on the 23rd September (or phone/message 491785)