Anne Flannery writes: Just a wee reminder about the video and survey presentation tomorrow, Thursday 31 January – Port Edgar Yacht Club at 7pm. Can I ask everybody who is intending to come along to have a read of the rowing technique and protocol document that Anne P sent out and also to bring their own mug/cup for tea/coffee.
I know that Keith has kindly brought some extra mugs for the shed, but on this occasion it would be easier for the clean up post meeting if folk brought and removed their own mugs. Thank you for this.
Any queries please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rachel writes: As part of our development plan, we offer coxing training each year. Our trainers, Mike McDowall, Peter Locke and John Howell, are ready to make a date in January.
Coxing is vital to the running of the club sessions. We all love to row, but we all need a cox to allow us all to enjoy this rowing. We aim to have as many people as possible gain experience in coxing. Sharing in coxing at any time – whether on a social row or a training row – there is always a skipper on board.
If you have completed your Competant Crew form, please consider this next step of training. If you haven’t finished that form, now is the time!! We know we have some strong keen candidates amongst you all!! We will also have a Man Overboard session set up soon, for those who need to ‘tick that box’!! See this page for more details.
The cox training will be at a weekend and will consist of interesting classroom-based sessions plus on-the-water training.
We hope to set a date for this very quickly, so please email your interest to me at rachelholburn[at]gmail.com.
an award-winning photo of the Forth Bridge taken by Dónal
bottle of malt, signed by a top celebrity
bottles of Christmas cheer!
We will have resident Soup Dragon Alistair’s delicious soup to sustain us, mulled wine to warm us and top Christmas tunes to lift the newly repaired roof off the Shed! If the weather forecast is be believed, we may even have some seasonal weather on Saturday!
So leave the car at home, wrap up warmly, look out your best Christmas jumper, pop reindeer antlers on your head, and get down to the Shed on Saturday!
Please bring a bottle if you wish and your own reusable cup to help reduce waste… and washing up! The washing-up fairy is taking the day off.