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IBRSC Iced Over AGM

  • With the temperature dropping below minus 10 Celsius (or 14 Fahrenheit) and very little if any wind over the last few day the inevitable happened; the reservoir froze over.  All bar a small area, perhaps 14 X 40 meters, the entire 122 acres were solid ice.  Despite the valiant efforts of the duty team we couldn't move the ropes tying down the safety boats, let alone the boats.  So with a final check from Harry the decision was made to call off the sailing (not sure if Harry's check was required but we captured it on video... sorry Alexis!)

    However, a fair number of us braved it back to the club in the afternoon for the AGM.  Mike Curtis was handed the reigns from Rob Pettit as Commodore and the new committee was voted in as follows:

    OFFICEOFFICER
    CommodoreMike Curtis
    Vice CommodoreGareth Griffiths
    Rear Commodore - WorksDavid Simpson
    Rear Commodore - HouseAndy Collison
    Honorary Sec.Kirstie Johnson
    Honorary TreasurerGill Lapage
    Honorary Sailing Sec.Paul Playle

    Ordinary Committee Members
    David Baldwin
    Alexis Villiers
    Nick Marley
    Malcolm Barnes
    Chris Smith

    Bar Committee
    Eddie Holland (Bar Manager)
    Colin Mattingly 
    Ann Mattingly 
    Glen Cole

    Appointments

    Social Sec.Jenny Massey
    Catering ManagerSusan Constable & Stuart Phelps
    Membership Sec.David Baldwin
    Web/Publicity OfficerNick Marley
    Team CoordinatorRoy Poole
    Bosun   Alexis Villiers
    Junior Sailing OrganiserMike Jones
    Trysail OrganiserChris Smith
    Works Committee 1Vacant
    Works Committee 2 Vacant

    Finally, the Commodore's Cup Encouragement Trophy was awarded to Nick Marley (or me... blush).  Having looked at the cup there are some great names engraved on it, dating back to 1966.  It now has pride of place on my bookcase.

     

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