REMINDER

For information:
(taken from the membership form)

Coxes/organisers for a rowing session should:
• Look up a weather forecast
• Check the tide
• Tell someone, who is not going out, when you expect to return
• Ring/tell this person you are safely back
• Check the boat equipment before going out
• Report any damage or missing items to a committee member
• Please treat Selkie and her equipment as though you, and friends of yours, had spent hundreds of hours making and painting her
• Everyone to wear a lifejacket onboard
• Make sure that at least one of the crew knows how use the VHF radio

To become an ‘approved cox’ (if you havn’t been on an SCRA coxing course), you should come out with an experienced cox (who can either be sitting in the passenger seat or rowing) to make sure that you know the ropes. Its good for everyone to take a turn in case the cox is taken ill; plus it gives a whole new dimension to rowing for you. Coxes need lots of extra clothes (and/or a dog) ru8v7q9.

AGM 5 December 1830 @ Tigh an Truish

The 4th Annual General Meeting will be held in the back room at the pub, starting at 1830, on Monday 5 December. The pub closes at 2000, so no chance to enter into long discussions about oars (on this occasion, anyway!) Items for AOCB to Sue asap please.

AGENDA

1. Apologies
2. Draft minutes of the 2015 AGM
3. Matters arising
4. Convenor’s report
5. Treasurer’s report
6. Setting of membership fees for 2017
7. Election of officers and management committee
8. Winter maintenance
9. Regattas and events for 2017
10.AOCB