MINUTES OF KILLINGTON SAILING ASSOCIATION
5th September 2006
Present - Geoff Pardoe, Ian and Geraldine Downs; Rob Blair, Paul and Lydia Holdworth, Andrew King, Pete Lawson, Myles Ripley
– Chris Bell
to contact Derek Stephenson and ask for ideas ref club handyman.
to investigate numbers for dinghy park
to sort out main door, and increase dwell time on showers in ♂ changing
to “Chair” a discussion group at the occasion of the first winter series
race to discuss the future of racing at KSA
to get spikes sawn off the dinghy park spikes.
to install final buoys
to investigate price of walky talkies for next meeting
to install rack for gear by roller door.
to weed kill around the clubhouse and dinghy park - done
to contact Cedar House to enquire of movement of Wayfarer
to get outboard control cables replaced.
to offer a few dates for next rescue boat course.
to install rigging guides
of Summer Events
had been cancelled after the first few events had
received little interest and few volunteers for duties.
Ian’s efforts were appreciated and his frustration understandable.
The winter series was due to start on Oct 29th and Myles
offered to OD for it, and Rob for the 5th Nov.
It was further agreed that publicity for it should include an invitation
for all interested racers to attend a discussion after the first winter races to
try to thrash out interest levels, types of series/races etc for both summer and
winter series. Agreed that we should really try and run these series. One idea
was a monthly pursuit race. Pete
was prepared to run an OD course if required.
a Sail Day
had been moderately successful and raised 82.50 pre gift aid which had been sent
off to the RYA Sailability charity.
was this w/e and Paul is the manager (a short meeting was held after the
committee meeting to discuss fine details of the w/e)
asked if club would be interested in purchasing 2 or 3 walky-talkies to assist
events at the club. Mandated to
enquire and report back at next meeting.
door needs some attention – top solenoid
bulb in ♂ showers need replaced
time in ♂ showers requested to be lengthened – agreed
cleaning of floor required –
rotten wood on windowsills noticed – sealant on outside would be a good first
aid measure. Pete also reported comment by two architects that more ventilation
in lounge area needed. Velux vents
noted to be closed and suggested opening them.
of the above items need the attention of a club handyman.
Derek Stephenson was suggested as a contact and Ian agreed to contact
pruning was requested – possibly on work day or services of a proper tree
trolley had been purchased and installed – much appreciated – Oppy sprit
needed attention (done)
was still being offered but the donor was being slow in releasing the boat to us
despite his best intentions by getting it fettled at Shepherds etc.
DATE OF NEXT MEETING WEDNESDAY 1ST NOVEMBER 8PM