To escape the bogan-detritus on the streets this Australia Day, a group of productive Australians have negotiated to use our club house to enjoy the fireworks after the 18s finishing racing this coming Monday.
Hence, would Laser sailors who want to go out on Monday try to be packed up and finished before 4pm, please? The 18s have been also asked to eat their usual number of toasties, and drink the usual number of Gatorades, before their race and not to loiter after their race.
Also, we could use some help to clear the club house, so if anyone has time on Saturday or between 3pm and 5pm Monday, maybe they can contact Paul or Peter help get the place ship-shape for our new friends/visitors who will start to use the club house after 5pm.
Honorary Chief Medical Officer of DBSC, and well-known media superstar, da Dr G commented of the importance of sharing our club house:
"You are far less likely to be visiting an emergency department if you are sipping a hot-chocolate on the DBSC deck watching the fireworks than wandering around the mean streets of the 'Cross dodging drunks and black-shirted ex-footballers now working as security (ed: bouncers). DBSC facilitating the use of the club will not only be better for the visitors, but also lower the tax burden caused by unnecessay medical expenses".
PS: There has been a suggestion that the view form the DBSC deck watching the patrons from "the Island" disembarking at the public jetty is better than that seen from the Sydney Opera House. The problem is that many of the patrons consider the council's dinghy racks, to use Paul's words, a alfresco urinal.