Club Superintendent Job Description
As you know, our Club Superintendent Collen Santer has tendered his resignation to begin his retirement life on the Sunshine Coast effective November 30, 2018. Collen’s departure creates a void in our club operations which must be filled with the best possible candidate.
I am asking all club members to help our recruiting drive – please forward the job description to anyone you think might have an interest in learning more about this rare employment opportunity.
We’re looking for someone who would make this job their primary employment, and who would be prepared to look at the position on a longer term basis.
Residence at the club for the successful candidate is both provided and expected.
The residence is large enough to accommodate a family – we are not limiting our search to single persons.
Please ask your potential candidates to send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before March 15th.
Any questions, please let me know at email@example.com.
Thanks for your help and support with this important activity!
Chair – HR Committee
The Christmas Carols and Tree Decorating was a great success. The choir Soundeclectic were terrific and got the perfect balance between traditional Christmas and newer songs. There were about 60 people mostly members but with several guests. The mulled wine must have hit the spot as it was tough to keep up with demand. We collected for the Union Gospel Mission and I will post the amount we collected once they have counted it.
A good evening of Christmas cheer, meeting with friends, great food and drink and giving back to people in difficulty. I hope this is an annual tradition.
The brilliant Soundeclectic
Rosie singing with the choir.
Sailing champion Dave also maestro in the bar.
Beautiful day today on the water.
Eleven yachts showed up to race in light air, hopefully filling in from the north.
Seven finished the course with Andre Wojcieszek’s RADICAL DEPARTURE taking both a line honours and corrected time victory over Dave Wilson’s MERLIN. For the rest of our club yachts, NUNNEHI came third, MOONSHADOW III was fourth, and GREY ERIK retired.
Those skippers who are not already registered in the BIYC Spring Quartet Series and who want to participate in the EHYC Invitational on Sunday, April 26th are invited to register on the BIYC website before Friday, April 24th evening.
Those who want to register at the last minute may do so at EHYC on race day before 9:00am.
There is not a separate NOR or SI for this race posted by EHYC.
Please be guided by the race instructions already posted by BIYC on their website.