It's that time of year when we begin to reflect upon what we feel is important to us; family and friends are of course high on that list. I think that we can all agree that we are blessed at CFSA to have so many members that have become close friends and others that are practically family. Spare a moment's thought for the great people that make life in our club so much fun and consider the amazing environment that volunteer labour has built up over more than seventy years.
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What a night last night. There was a lot of wind! A dedicated group of volunteers led by Dave Blake and Ray Weisgerber were down last night checking on everyone's boats. The team did a lot of work and saved several boats from damage.
Do you enjoy gel coat repairs? If not, Please go down and check on your boat. You may notice extra sail ties on your mainsail, or strange fenders tied to your boat; maybe there is a new dock line keeping you on your finger. If so that means someone has helped you out.
There is another storm coming tomorrow here is the forecast: