Annual General Meeting – Wednesday 12 February 2014
Our next event is the AGM on Wednesday 12th February 2014.  The AGM will be held in City of Glasgow College, Glasgow (formerly the College of Building and Printing).  We really need some new Committee members. If you are interested in becoming involved in running the club's please speak to Catherine Toy or Roisin Harris before the AGM. 

Tea and biscuits will be served from 7pm with the AGM starting at 7.30pm and finishing before 9pm. Mercy Ships shipborne medical charity (see below) will talk about their work after formal business.   
We hope to see you there - if you are unable to attend please submit apologies to Roisin Harris - mrsrharris1ATgmail.com - 07732018204. 

City of Glasgow College

City Campus North Hanover Street (formerly College of Building &Printing)

60 North Hanover Street
Glasgow, G1 2BP

The Tower building is just across the road from the east side entrance to Queen Street station.  Nearest public parking - Buchanan Galleries.

 Mercy Ships

Imagine a ship crewed by doctors, nurses, water engineers and agriculturalists visiting some of the world’s poorest countries. Now imagine their life-changing services offered free of charge…

Right now dedicated volunteers from around the world are bringing hope and healing to thousands of people who could never have believed it possible. Welcome to Mercy Ships, a compassionate response to a world where many have lost hope.

The programme for 2014/15 is as follows:
   Annual General Meeting       Wednesday 12 February 2014
·    Review racing instructions    Charles Sutherland to organise meeting  
·    Spring Muster           17/18th May 2014 - Race Kip to Tarbert
·    Pursuit Race             14/15th June 2014 – Race / Cruise to Portavadie
·    Summer Muster       19/20th July 2014 - Craobh BBQ & Round Shuna Race
·    Autumn Muster        6/7th September 2014 – Race / Cruise to Rothesay
·    Bart's Bash            21st Sept. SYC registered & exploring options for participation
·    Frostbite Race        18th 2014 October  - Race Round Cumbrae
·    Annual Dinner          options to be considered and date confirmed
·    Curling                    seeking ice for 2015   

Membership review - Martin Yuill will be carrying out a review of our membership list.  Please respond to his requests for information promptly. 
Members should note there is a temporary hazard in the form of two large barges moored as a raft in the proximity of Kames Bay, Port Bannatyne towards the North West shores of Kames Bay.  These vessels may not be lit.  Please also beware of the outmost trot of permanent moorings if arriving at night and steering for the breakwater flashing red light. 

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