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Sunday 19 April 2020
Rear Commodore Pier, Mark Mihm, has been busy. In the last several months, the tack room has been expanded to improve access and protect club assets.
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Friday 10 April 2020

The 2020 club and race year was set to get underway the weekend of April 18-19. The virus put the quash on this. Spruce Up and Splash days have been postponed.

We cleanup and fix-up the club on Saturday Spruce Up Day. There will be jobs available for all skill levels. This a great opportunity to get some of your service hours in.

The Splash Day festivities generally follow the races on Sunday.

More info will be available on both day's activities in the near future.

 


Monday 9 March 2020
It is that time of year again - time to renew your CSC club membership. You should have received an email providing a link for renewal. Renewal can be completed online and needs to be completed by April 1.
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Monday 9 March 2020

The initial cut at race duty assignments has been made by your fleet race officer working with the VC Race. They are posted on the Race Duty Schedule page. Note that you can use the filter at the top of the page to focus on the entries that you are interested in. Remember that it is your responsibility to find a replacement if you are not available for you assigned dates. Please coordinate these changes with your fleet race officer.


Friday 6 March 2020

The Sunday Racing Program Sailing Instructions have been updated to correspond to current practice that we are seeing used at other sailing clubs. The new SIs will be be used for races starting on April 5, 2020. The Race Management page provides a summary of the changes and the revised SIs. 


Saturday 1 February 2020
Special Olympics athlete Tyler Dodson with CSC member Roland Foerster as his crew came back from Abu Dhabi with a silver medal! After four qualifying races they were ranked 2nd to a tough Belgian team and were placed in the top division. The finals consisted of 8 races. The Belgians dominated for the gold, but Tyler and Roland held off...
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