Looking for a way to get involved with the club? Join the exec as the Secretary. You'll be right in the middle of the action as this is a directorship.
Assist preparing agenda for monthly executive meetings
Take minutes at executive meetings (usually on a Tuesday or Wednesday evening)
Vote on club policies and spending matters
Field correspondence and help keep the club compliant with paperwork requirements
Assist with keeping online archives
This is a collaborative position with the president, vice president, treasurer and webmaster. If this sounds interesting to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, with your questions, etc.
The Trip leader Planning Meeting and Workshop is Sunday Feb. 17. The invitation is extended to folks who may be interested in leading a club trip this year. For first timers, there is an opportunity to get support or team up to co-lead with an experienced member.
The meeting is a collaboration between Training and Trips and features a presentation by Mike Gilbert, former president of Paddle Canada.
The details are:
Time: Tentatively 9am - 4pm (lunch will be provided)
Date: February 17th 2019
More details and registration are in the event listing. (log in to view on the calendar). If you have any questions, email email@example.com.
There's a new page on Club History on this site. Read about the founding of the organization, then called VOTKA, through the moments and memorable milestones that brought us to where we are today. There are links to new write-ups by influential former members Heather Harbord, Dan Lewis, Mercia Sixta and Shelley Lear.
Special thanks to long-time club members Rick Davies, Harald Riffel, Simone Avram and Tony Clayton for contributing to this project.
Derek Spragg was a long time and quiet member of SKABC. He left us after a long battle with cancer.
Derek had a unique character and typical British sense of humour. A bit of a non-traditionalist which showed in his several years as editor of the club’s newsletter. A completely left turn addition was his stories of “Definitely not Kayaking” as a takeoff on the CBC program “Definitely not the Opera”.
Derek was a long-time teacher and specialized in woodworking courses of which he enjoyed not only in the local school system but also helping the less fortunate.
He will be missed.
Submitted by Rob Leeson
Looking for a way to help out at a club meeting? When you arrive, put on an "Ask Me" badge. They'll be at the membership table by the nametags.
The idea is for new people to know who to go to to chat about the club.