Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Inland Outrigger Canoe Club Newsletter #2

INLAND OUTRIGGER CANOE CLUB NEWSLETTER # 2

Housekeeping for June, great to see so many paddlers on the water on Sunday morning. 17 in total!

Training.
Sundays Women 9am, Men 10.30am.

Tuesday Men 5.30pm.

Wednesday Womens training suspended for about six weeks due to cold weather and low attendance, see you Sunday’s.

Juniors: Junior training for all juniors (members of Inland Outrigger canoe club or Echuca/Moama canoe club).
After School Mondays.

Dry Dock and refurbishment of recently purchased OC6.
After training next Tuesday the OC6 will be taken to Vic Park boat ramp and transported by semi to my driveway where it will be made into a two piece canoe, process will take about three weeks. This is the reason for split sessions on Sundays as we will only have one six available.

Want to learn how to make a canoe and the art of fiberglass manufacture and repair.
We need to build a new channel master ama for the six so Tony and I will be teaching anyone that is interested the process and how to use fiberglass. Please ring Tony if you are interested. There is a lot of preparation needed and man-hours required so if you can spare some time after school or after work ring Tony and come around and give us a hand. The ama will be built in Tony’s shed. Tony and I will cut the canoe in my driveway. I will need a few spare hands on Wednesday and Thursday to clean and polish the six ready for sign writing!
Ring Tony on 54801940.


Recruiting!
Be proactive and bring some new people down for a paddle on Sundays. We need members to be viable as a Outrigging Club to secure our future.

Paddle and Bumpad Offer.
Hi Clarkie,
I would be happy to offer you Xylo paddles at a discounted rate for your members, I have a lot of paddles in stock so if you get a few orders early I should be able to supply straight away. Let me know if they would like other brands as I am happy to supply all brands as part of your bulk order.

Xylo P2 Zero G $280.00 RRP $295.00
Xylo P2 Zero G Carbon Face $295.00 RRP $315.00


Gel paddle seat and bottle holder $65.





Ph 0424929667
PO Box 7294
Sippy Downs QLD 4556

How to join (all membership applications must be done online through the AOCRA website).

New Members.
First go to http://aocra.com.au/index.php?page=members
Click on Member sign in/Join as a new member.
Then click on the yellow word APPLY to be a new member.
Fill out the page with your details, the zone is NSW and the club is Inland Outrigger Canoe Club.

After you have filled out this page click on proceed, follow the prompts and payment must be made by credit card online. An email will be generated notifying IOCC that you have made application for membership. IOCC will then accept your application. For Juniors once this is done your membership is completed. For Seniors you are required to pay a club fee of $20 payable into IOCC account. The $20 is due when you renew your membership or transfer from another club.

Existing members.
You will have to log on, go to http://aocra.com.au/index.php?page=members
Then place pointer over the Member sign in box then click on the drop down box marked Club Transfer. It will ask you to log in. Log in using your password and then follow the prompts to transfer from your club to IOCC. If you have a current membership with another club no further payment to AOCRA is required. An email will be generated to your old club asking them to approve the transfer. Once your old club do this your membership with IOCC will be complete. You will be required to pay a $20 club fee if you are a Senior member, there is no further charge for juniors.

PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR JOINING DATE IS YOUR RENEWAL DATE, membership is 12 months from date of joining.

Bendigo Bank
Inland Outrigger Canoe Club Inc.
BSB no. 633-000
Account. 136107828
If you deposit money into this account make sure you put your membership ID number as reference. Eg: ID 1234.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Cold Water Boot Camp.

http://rambos-locker.blogspot.com/2009/06/cold-water-boot-camp.html

Do yourself a favor, with all the cold weather paddling we are doing at the moment the use of a lifejacket as a survival tool cannot be underestimated!

Follow the link.
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