The last day of the RSWSC Spring Cup is today. We’re short of safety boat crew. Anyone not sailing fancies a couple of hours out on the water? Race starts at 1700 volunteers at the club at 1600 Email email@example.com if you’re up for it.
Author: RIchard (RIchard West)
The last day of the RSWSC Spring Cup is tomorrow. We’re short of safety boat crew. Anyone not sailing fancies a couple of hours out on the water? Race starts at 1830. Volunteers at the club at 1730. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re up for it.
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If you are thinking of getting out on the water and have a couple of minutes spare, please would you email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get an idea of numbers.
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