Come join DSAA for our 22nd Annual Stampede Breakfast!
Just a friendly reminder to come join us this Saturday July 9th between
10 AM- 2 PM for a day filled with sun, sailing, western style Stampede breakfast, live music, silent auction items, face painting, and entertainment!
This event is open to the public so please feel free to invite friends and family!
TIME TO GO SAILING….. !!!!!
ALBERTA SAILING ASSOCIATION/CALGARY YACHT CLUB ARE HOSTING
THREE SAILING CAMPS IN MAY
THESE CAMPS WILL BE HELD ON MAY 14-15, MAY 21 -22 AND MAY 28-29, 2016
AT THE CALGARY YACHT CLUB
635 EAST CHESTERMERE DRIVE
Camps will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day
There is no charge for these camps if you are a member in good standing at any yacht or sailing Club in Alberta. If you are not a member, the cost will be $25 per day.
All fleets are welcome although the focus will be on Optimists, Lasers, Laser Radials and 29ers
Coaching staff includes:
Ian Elliott, Provincial Coach
Krzysztof of Machnowski, Coach
Chris Cowan, Ontario Sailing Association Coach ( May 14/15 only)
Michael Leitch, 29er Coach (May 28/29 only)
Nic Hamel, CYC coach
Kristi van Gunst, GSC coach
Please bring your own lunch!
Sailors with all levels of experience are welcome!
The mobile offshore personal survival course is returning to Calgary.
There will be a Sail Canada-World Sailing Offshore Personal Survival course held in Calgary the weekend of May 14-15, 2016 at the Genmore Aquatic Centre.
This unique training is for cruisers and racers and anyone contemplating extended passages over water requiring any degree of self sufficiency.
The two day course includes practical hands-on training including 2 hrs in a swimming pool with a life-raft.
Participants will receive a World Sailing offshore personal survival certificate of competence valid for a a period of five years. This certificate is a requirement for major offshore races.
Online registration is open at www.seasurvival.ca. Seats are limited and early registration is encouraged.
From: Kristin Gorkoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Bradley Hillmo Anderson Memorial Award
I am writing to request your assistance in promoting the Bradley Hillmo Anderson Memorial Award to any students you know of entering post-secondary this upcoming fall or who are currently enrolled in a post-secondary school in Calgary. I’ve added the award description below:
Scholarship provides assistance to full-time students. Preference given to students with sailing experience attending Calgary post-secondaries, full-time, any year of study first degree, minimum 2.75 GPA. Applicants must provide a brief summary of their circumstances and their involvement in sailing
There is one award valued at approximately $400 and the deadline to apply is May 30, 2016 at midnight. Interested students can go to www.calgaryfoundation.org and apply under student awards, or they can follow the link below directly to the award page:
If anyone has any questions regarding the award they can contact us at email@example.com.
Thanks in advance,
Student Awards Administrator
700-999 8 St SW
Calgary AB, T2R 1J5
ALBERTA SAILING ASSOCIATION HIRES COACH FOR THE 2016 SEASON
Alberta Sailing Association, City of Calgary Sailing School and Calgary Yacht Club are pleased to announce that they have hired Ian Elliott as Coach for the 2016 season.
Ian’s duties will be divided between Alberta Sailing Association, City of Calgary and Calgary Yacht Club. We welcome him back to the Alberta Sailing scene and look forward to a great summer on the water!
The cooperation between City of Calgary Sailing School, Calgary Yacht Club and Alberta Sailing Association is an innovative approach to deal with the unique challenges that sailing on the Prairies entails!
Alberta Sailing Association
Calgary Yacht Club
Glenmore Sailing School
City of Calgary
Assistant Mark Laying and Mark Laying course
Saturday March 12 and Sunday March 13
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days
First day will be at Glenmore Sailing Club, and if conditions permit, the second day will be at Calgary Yacht Club
The Sail Canada Assistant Mark Layer and Mark Layer Courses are intended to provide volunteers the opportunity to gain knowledge of the procedures and duties of a mark layer. After obtaining the necessary experience, attendees of the first day may apply for Sail Canada Assistant Mark Layer certification and attendees of both days may apply for Sail Canada Mark Layer certification. Here is a link describing the criteria:
This course will be of interest to sailors as well as race management personnel as it includes practical demonstration of the use of equipment such as hand bearing compasses, GPS’s, laser range finders, nautical chart overlays on Google Earth, etc. If the weather permits, the attendees will be able to practice outside with these race management tools.
You can register for the course through Glenmore Sailing Club website, or email ASA at firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor course dates have been set – please check the Learning Centre menu.