Our procedures for reserving and scheduling the usage of all boats, oars and launches for practicing and racing are provided below. If there are questions contact Ted Pytlar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teams and groups: We have several teams and groups who practice on a regular schedule. Their schedules can be found at this link: 2015 Equipment Usage Schedule. It includes their anticipated racing schedules. The team and group schedules are primarily for eights, fours and quads. Although the Youth Team has made regular use of singles, pairs and doubles as part of their practices and races. The Men’s Team has also used small boats.
Google calendar: The Club has established a Google calendar on the website. The password was sent in a separate Constant Contact email on 5/1/2015, if you did not receive it email your request to email@example.com. All teams, groups and individual club members should use the calendar to make reservations for boats, oars and launches. Teams and groups should enter their reservations on the calendar along with individuals. The calendar can be accessed via the Schedules\Team Boat Schedule tab on the website. Members who wish to use the calendar for reserving equipment should read and follow the rules listed on the calendar page. An important rule to remember is that reservations that are not to be used must be deleted from the calendar.
Please be considerate of other members. If you are not going to use a reserved boat, take down the registration.
The SPLASH folks have offered to put the docks in this Saturday (May 2). The SPLASH itself will not be going in due to some repair work. This would be great as we can tie up our coaching launches!
The plan would be to meet with the folks from the SPLASH ~ 9:00 (after our practices, we could get coffee and come back). We would do the move as the Youth program is out on the water. To move the docks into the water and secure them (this is the same dock system we used last year) should take ~ 1 – 1.5 hours. The need is for 3-4 SCRC adult members to help with the move.
Please let me know if you some some of you team members can help out this Saturday! Richard
The Coryell’s Ferry guys had an awful time getting their boat on a trailer yesterday, they managed to smash their back windscreen so please be extra careful in the water, there are fresh shards of glass down there! Don’t launch with bare feet
Please note that the deadline for membership dues has passed. If you have not mailed your dues for 2015, please print the application from the website and send along with a check for the appropriate dues as soon as possible.
The 2015 National Selection Regatta has been going on this week at Mercer Lake in Princeton. Mark Craig, Jack and Dave Gallagher from the Men’s team volunteered to serve as stake boat holders this morning. “It was fun and easy.” The Men’s coach, Liz Soutter, is helping run the regatta and really needs at least two more volunteers for tomorrow (4/25) for the finals. Specific volunteer needs are at the bottom of THIS page (where people can sign up also).