PRESIDENT’S SPRING MESSAGE

Another windsurfing season is beginning. Steph and I have been lucky enough to do our first days of sailing in the warm waters and winds of Bonaire.

Very quickly CMWA activities commence in late May with the Spring Clinic and Get-Together at the Burgess Cottages in Port Bolster on beautiful Lake Simcoe. As usual, it will give those of us who haven’t been on the water yet a chance to and wash the cobwebs off our equipment, tune up for the summer and share in some fun with good friends.

As you’ve seen in the Fall issue of Masters Matters, there are several activities in June to participate in. The highlight of the summer will be the CMWA Championships in St Anicet, Quebec from August 1-4. This is going to be an exciting time because we will be sharing the venue with a Quebec windsurfing event and bringing a large group of windsurfers together. Please plan to come to St Anicet.

See you on the water!!

Lauri

Windsurfing Instructors Needed

The Toronto Windsurfing Club is looking for creative, fun, energetic and responsible CYA certified windsurfing instructors for the 2008 summer season. Visit www.torontowindsurfingclub.ca for club information. 

Requirements:

  • Minimum CYA level 1 windsurfing instructor certificate. This certificate is offered in May by the Ontario Sailing Association. Prerequisites for the course include Emergency First Aid, Boat Rescue and coaching Level 1.

  • Pleasure Craft Operators Card and Toronto Port Authority License. 

Employment period is usually from June to September yet dates are negotiable. Pay is $12 per hour. Hours and days of the week worked will be mutually agreed upon hiring. Send resume by March 10, 2008 to: Andrée Gauthier at Gauthier.andree@rogers.com.

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