KILLINGTON SAILING ASSOCIATION
to post link to RYA advice on blue green algae on website
To consider putting all club boats together in one dinghy park block
To contact Andy Trull concerning boards done
Update website info on club boats/boards
To advertise 24 hour race entry proposal and solicit entries from all
deal with urinal!
to consider/vet the webcam proposal
ACTIONS from last time
Geoff Kirby Stephen Canoeing club request to find more details and
inform Ian done
to collate committee members mobile number list and circulate to committee Ongoing
To find out more from Christian Fellowship and discuss terms of group membership Nothing more heard
To advertise KSA Family day on May 22nd 11 am start
volunteers requested (via Website) done
Myles to action family Day at
KSA on penultimate w/e in May Sunday May 22nd 11am
To collect and deliver new club Pico - done
To action repair of leak in RIB done
- to repair club laser ongoing
Repair/replace club RIB cover done
Blue Green Algae
advice was voluminous and link would be posted on website however the need
to get all members to sign a disclaimer was not adopted. All agreed that
newspaper story was unhelpful in view of ongoing presence of the algae for many
years no different this year. Yellow sign to be displayed on gate
outside notice board still needs installing]
Youth training day Myles agreed to run this and it was to be
advertised on website. Ian would
email those members with youngsters in their family. Chris and Paul volunteered
the meeting the event was called off due to very inclement weather an
attempt to reschedule it for Sat/Sun 4/5 June foundered on lack of interest
separate email sent to committee]
Pico new pico courtesy of Twiname trust had been collected and
installed. Myles would keep paperwork. Enquiry
to put all club boats together in one block in dinghy park. Ian would consider
this and report back.
Webcam Chris Morphet outlined a proposal to install webcam and
associated equipment for benefit of club. All
hardware would be provided free from his employers and costs would be broadband
line rental plus one off connection charge.
Would be able to put a live feed onto website which would allow view of
lake (conditions) and allow a feed to be recorded (1 month capacity) for
security purposes view of gate proposed.
System would also allow remote access of security system.
A visible sign may help deter vandals/thieves.
Various queries about who owns kit; whether broadband is available at the
club; servicing fees; insurance; wireless access for members;
was invited to submit detailed costs (which has been done) and Andrew is
considering. Those present felt
that it was a good idea.
also offered his mothers services to provide first aid tuition.}
OPENS past and future
18th June Miracles -
to be confirmed (v.disappointing turnout in 2010) volunteers would be needed
Paul and Lydia offered and Pete/Jack would check
19th Topper event junior Myles is sorted for this
no news of replacement event but maybe in 2012
event went very well small profit of £150. Helps spread the word about KSA.
23 boats, lots of Killington sailors including 1st/2nd!!
evenings biggest ever regular turnout
Urinal blocked Geoff to sort
Windsurfer storage old ones should be
removed but in fact the 5 chained together are owned by Settlebeck and in
use and the other one is the clubs second board.
Website to be updated to have info on club
boards (website not quite correct yet states three boards but only 2) Chris
confirmed that all the kit was complete for the boards.
Rebate of BWB sub was still ongoing
Safety boat course to be run by Pete in summer
- pete to update and list on club board.
Some younger members want to do level II course.
24 hour race entry fee ongoing discussion
but if fully open to all members eg adverts in club and on website then could be
paid for by club. Agreed to advertise on website