Hope that the first week back is going well, here is some info on our latest events...
Give it a go session - Today 2pm on East Sands
Head down to the boatshed today for a taster. Bring along a swimming costume, towel and many warm layers to wear! Free tea, and perhaps a cheeky biscuit or two.
Tribal OGM - This Friday - 7.30pm!
This Friday we'll be holding our soon to be annual Ordinary General Meeting. The committe will let you know what they've been up to these past few months and you can tell us what you want to see us doing this semester, it's a great opportunity if you would like to run for a committee position next year to find out what the role is all about! Tribal fancy dress is strongly encouraged, expect some tribal challenges before getting our bop-on big time. Location tbc, check Facebook later on in the week for an invite.
Tree Planting - 15th of February we'll plant a tree for you LM!
Get your spades ready for the biggest tree-related event of the year. Next Wednesday's the day we make StAUCC carbon neutral. For more details check out ★Tree planting with Canoe Club★ on Facebook. The event will run from noon until dark, don't worry if you can't make it right at the start, buses run from outside the New Inn to the planting site (no. 95), and we will be running several shuttles throughout the day. It's going to be awesome. Email (sed32) if you have any questions.
AWWSR - Changed to the 25th and 26th February
There are still some spaces on the course, so if you have WWSR and want a refresher and to learn more, then please let Amy know soon (ak632).
Kirstie is still doing sign ups for NSR, the biggest student freestyle kayaking event in the entire universe! See her at the pub for more details or email km732.
AU driving tests
If you've got a driving licence and are keen to drive for the club don't forget to contact Sam (firstname.lastname@example.org) or go into the AU office (at the sports centre) to sign up for a test!
ALPS 2012 - 23 June - 8 July - The Alps began to form about 65 million years ago when the African crustal plate shifted into Europe.
Places are open for this years Alps trip, grab your place now! The trip will cost £500 but this is an upper estimate so there is a good chance of getting some of this back. We will require a £100 deposit with sign-up. To come to the Alps you should be happy paddling grade 3, speak to Patrick or James if you're unsure. http://youtu.be/HO6jJMKyi98?hd=1