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The Log July 2002 page 5 Sailability NT PO Box 127 PARAP 0804 WHAT IS SAILABILITY? Sailability is a nationwide movement that facilitates on-water activity for everybody regardless of ability. Sailability is a program of the, Australian Yachting Federation (AYF) The principal aim of Sailability NT is to facilitate sailing and boating in all forms for people with disabilities, and for their families, friends and volunteers. An association has now been formed here and office bearers elected President Gary Martin Secretary Reean Sneddon Treasurer Christine Carrigg Committee members Paul van Oosten Judy Hansen Anyone interested in being on the committee or helping in any capacity please contact us. We especially need someone able to tow boats to and from Batchelor. Meetings will take place on the 3rd Wednesday in the month at 7.30pm in the committee room here at the club so the next one will be on 17th July. We now need to concentrate on raising money to buy our own boats and to get people on the water. Please contact any of the above committee members or come along to a meeting if you want to be involved in this exciting new venture. Brenda Carew 8981219 Freo to Darwin Splash Presentations Friday 12 July 2002 At DSC
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