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SLSC Newsletter Week 2!

Weekly Newsletter #2 Wow, what an amazing first week of sailing club! We truly couldn’t have asked for better sailing weather and we definitely couldn’t have asked more great kids. Seriously, 64 kids might be a record for SLSC. Nevertheless, we had an extremely successful week filled with good wind, big smiles, and great times. If the first week is…
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SLSC Newsletter Week 1!

Introduction   Welcome, Welcome, Welcome to SLSC’s 60th summer. Starting tomorrow morning we embark on yet another fun fuelled summer of movie nights, dances, fundays, morning games, and of course sailing. Here to guide us through the summer is of course the…   Instructor Team! This year we are excited to have many returning familiar faces and a couple “newcomers”…
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SLSC First ever Boxing Day Sail?!?

Boxing Day Sail 2

Incredible Boxing Day Sail! You read that right! “Sail”, not “Sale” !  Richard Roberts took full advantage of the unseasonably mild weather, and launched his laser on Boxing Day, quipping “maybe we can host the Canadian Masters during the Christmas Break next year!”

Sturgeon Point Shinny…

While we wait out the winter until the sailing season returns, there are still opportunities to interact with the SLSC community!  It’s time to get your skates sharpened, sticks taped, helmets at the ready and start thinking about hitting the ice over the holidays! Ice has been booked at the Fenelon Falls Arena for some friendly shinny on the following days & times:…
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SLSC Newsletter – Week #8

What an absolutely devastating time of year. The leaves are dying like the summer’s potential, and every morning there’s a looming chill in the atmosphere and the word ‘September’ cuts like a cold knife through an over-ripened watermelon. The season’s finish line is dead ahead, but we’re rocking our boats back and forth, hoping for one more dump into the…
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SLSC Newsletter – Week #7

We have somehow inexplicably reached the penultimate week before the season’s finale. It’s certainly a difficult pill to swallow, but its side effects include rose-coloured vision and borderline depression. The finish line is in sight; shall we go out kicking and screaming or sail down the green mile with our heads held high? Tuesday Fun Day: X-Mas Last year, Megan and I put our heads…
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SLSC Newsletter – Week #6

We smoothly sail into the club’s sixth week, rounding the leeward buoy and back up to the summer’s finish line. Still so much to get through: the season’s biggest regatta, an entirely inventive dance, and a Fun Day dedicated to the promotion of gambling. Intense! Victory at Cottage Club!   In the instructor lounge at the Stony Lake Yacht Club there’s…
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