Tidal Diamond No. 342
******* Galley Swap required : This weekend *********** : Sunday 22nd September
Is anyone able to swap their galley duty to cover the galley this weekend please. Wendy Jones who was due to cover has badly broken her arm and obviously cant do her duty. If you could help please let me know. I will put a swap required on Dutyman.
CADETS END OF SEASON CELEBRATION : WED 25th SEPTEMBER : 6.30PM
Once again we are organising the end of season event for cadets and we are keeping the same format as last year where everyone chips in and brings along some party food for the evening. We have allocated some requirements already to the parents who were at cadets last week but we still have some food that needs covering. If you haven’t been already been allocated some food to bring and will be attending could you let me know please.
We still need people to bring the following
Cheese & pineapple
Sandwiches (various) or filled finger rolls.
If you can let me know what you can bring.
CADETS WINTER GET TOGETHERS
We will be holding the monthly cadets/cadets parents get together evenings over the winter months again. It will be every last Wednesday of the month (dates follow) : Starting at 6.30pm for a couple of hours. Its great for all the cadets to keep in touch whilst they are not sailing over the winter.
Dates will be:
Wed October 30th
Wed November 27th
Nothing in December
Wed 29th January 2014
Wed 26th February
Wed 26th March
Wed 30th April (pre-season meeting and get together)
Tudor Jazz Band
The Tudor jazz band will be performing at Eastney Sailing Club on Saturday evening 5th October. Jennifer Hartman advises that any Tudor members will be welcome to join us. And the band will be playing at The White Horse pub in Wallington, Fareham on Saturday 2nd November. Denise would love to see some of you there too!
Deadline for the October issue of Ebb and Flow – this is Friday, 27 September 2013
As usual, we need your input to make Ebb and Flow interesting so please let us know all about your sailing adventures and activities over the summer. If you are writing an article (and please do), a few photos if you have them help to make it even more interesting (and make it easier to adjust it to fit in the space available).
I’m sure you must have some sailing thoughts or experiences that we can all learn from or enjoy. Cruising tips – or trips, race training ideas, cooking in confined quarters, whether you achieved your plans and ambitions for the summer, what made you want to get afloat in the first place. Sailing trivia, book reviews, your favourite nautical film or poem? Would you recommend your type of boat to others and why? Contributions are welcomed for our next issue. Don’t be shy, start to write!
If you have an idea and aren’t too sure, get in touch.
Editor Ebb & Flow