Dockland members at their post


DYC volunteers
DYC volunteers
Ray driving rescue boat
Ray driving rescue boat
David Ashburner, Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Dockland members at their post

Bob, Mark and Roy were vital volunteer contributors on Sunday 14th August with the club’s joint venture Try Sailing Day with Docklands Rotary.

The day had a registration fee for adults and was free for children.

Seeing the wind conditions were light allowed many children to go out with their friends. They were at all times overseen by Ray operating the rescue boat.

Many thanks to both Docklands Rotary and Yacht club volunteer members for their support throughout the day





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