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Thank You BMO Britannia!

David Christie, Branch Manager, BMO Bank of Montreal, Britannia has generously donated $8,000 towards the purchase of a new coach boat for NSC’s Able Sail programs!

Aaron Wong Sing, 2.4 metre sailor and Peter Wood, Head of NSC’s Paralympic Program, accept the BIG cheque on behalf of NSC Able Sail from Mr. Christie at NSC’s Spring General Meeting, 2015.
2 BMO CHeque Presentation

BMO RIB donation

Annual Volunteer Celebration

Each year NSC likes to thank our wonderful volunteers who tirelessly pitch in to make the club and its programs a success. Please join the Board and members for:
 
NSC’s Annual Volunteer Celebration
Friday May 22, 7:30 to 9:30 pm 
Harbourview Hall, NSC 
Enjoy a free beverage and appetizers as our way of expressing appreciation. Your time, energy and commitment are essential in ensuring our club’s continued success!
Please register online so we can keep track of numbers: Reservation
Thanks so much for your help in making our Sail Training Centre one of Canada’a s best!


 

Thanks to work party volunteers!

A heartfelt thank you to all volunteers who gave up their Saturday morning to get the sailing school operational.  

This indefatigable crew made short work of hauling 60 boats, 120 dolly wheels, assorted masts and what nots out of the sailing school, not to mention assembling over 60 dollies, taking down boat racks and getting the sailing school shipshape. All this was accomplished in the space of 2.5 hours – a record! AWESOME! 

420 Named Top Youth Training Boat

A recent article on the sailing news site “Scuttlebutt” did a story on one of our core training boats – the 420:

“The 420 is the youth development boat in 43 countries around the world. It is the equipment for the two-person dinghy boys and two-person dinghy girls events at the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships, the pinnacle youth event in the world.”

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