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The Log

Details:

Title

The Log

Other title

Darwin Sailing Club

Collection

Darwin Sailing Club e-Log; Darwin Sailing Club newsletters; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

1993-03-01

Description

This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Notes

Date:1993-03

Language

English

Subject

Darwin Sailing Club -- Periodicals; Yacht clubs -- Northern Territory -- Darwin -- Periodicals; Yachting -- Northern Territory -- Darwin -- Periodicals

Publisher name

Darwin Sailing Club

Place of publication

Darwin

Copyright owner

Check within Publication or with content Publisher.

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/159228

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/717605

Page content

Rear Commodore, Itrorrse eing a member of the Sailing Club is about using its facilities, pafiicipating in its activities and enjoying tie social interaction with the other memben. Pafi icipating in workin g bees is an excellent opportunity for new members to meet those of longer standing, and ol broadening their contacts. There is a lot of maintenance work to be done iuound the Club. If working bees cannot achieve the required level ofmaintenance, then we will have to pay out ... this The L March 1993 means less money for other facilities and sponsorship. Friday nighs in the Sailors Bar is where sailors meet to discuss tactics for the next race, or conduct post monems over the last race. Skippers are always looking fbr extra crew, so if you are looking for a sail, get there to meet the skippe$. The childrcn's play$ound is cunently being upgraded. The equipment is being rc-painted, the ground areas re-sanded, and gass planted in the sLlrounds. The arca shouid look pretty good by the beginning of the season, Ijoined the DSC seven years ago to go sailing (I'd never sailed before), and to enjoy the associated social activities, and because I liked the members I had n'let. I did notjoin because ofthe happy hours, the cheap drinks or the give-aways, Think about itl Clean Up Australia is Sunday 7th March 0800 1200.The recent stoms have left a lot of cleaning up to do. Spend some time at YOUR club - after all, it is part of Australia! Mick Feneley Rear Commodore, Social busy social year is planned for the DSC, with a major fulction every month and many other organised social activities. March activities will include a Quiz Night on March 17th (Wednesday), a Family Day to b organised for March 20th and every Wednesday evening lhe Bistro will have a food theme. TIIE March activity is the Club's 30th Bhhday celebration on March 27th. - a big Birthday Bash. Live entertainment playing good old 60's music, 60's videos and many more excitin g party activities. The actual birthday is Friday 26th. It could be the night you win the $1,500 Badge Draw (subject to it not being drawn on a previous Thursday night). Fist draw, for $1500 - the usual conditions. lfit hasn't gone off, then therc will be three separate draws of $500.00. A1l (fi nancial! ! ! ) members will be issued with a tickt at the door. Youjust may have the winning ticket. You HAVE to be there to win it! Each Association is urged to give serious thought to organising a least one function. This gives us a major function once a month. Let's boost the morale and see you all down here enjoying yourselves. We have to have your support - we can't do it alone. los Brown


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