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  • 30 Aug 2017 1:59 PM | Matthew Burpee (Administrator)

    The club will be closed for spraying as they missed some of the red ants the first time around. 

    When:  Friday Sept 1 from 8am until 12 noon. 

    Reminder:  BBQ Sept 14th

  • 02 Aug 2017 6:02 PM | Matthew Burpee (Administrator)

    August BBQ Help Wanted
    We still need 1 volunteer to help out on August 10 at 7pm. You will earn 3 work hours. Please let Yvonne know if you can help:

    Please do not park near the racks at the south shore (near the dumpster). Please refrain from parking "on the hill". As a result of the high water we have had to move some kayaks/canoes and sailboats onto the lawn beside the clubhouse. At the moment there are two saw horses indicating the 'in and out' for that area. Please do not park in front of them. Thank you. 

    If you have a canoe/kayak and you have not spoken with Sylvia about its location you are probably one of the stragglers. Please email ASAP. 

    Ants: Please be careful behind kayak rack #7 for now.

    F18 Help Wanted
    WRSC is hosting the F18 Canadian Championships, Sept 30/Oct 1. For this to be successful we need some volunteers. If you could help us out, please contact Jeff at:

    Clean Up Day - Nov 4th
    Christmas Party - to be determined

  • 02 Aug 2017 4:50 PM | Matthew Burpee (Administrator)

    Everyone is welcome to join and tag the Water Rats Facebook page.

    Facebook Group is available for members of Water Rats to share discussion.

  • 12 May 2017 2:52 PM | Matthew Burpee (Administrator)

    Massive amounts of water is coming from upstream. The skies are clear but the lake is still rising. Lake level could rise by another 25 cm.

    The water is very high on the harbour racks, up to the level of the lowest boats, higher when there are waves.

    One of our members managed to pull in a kayak paddle that had floated away, but could not reach a paddle board.

    The water is very cold. The Outer Harbour has been polluted from water draining into the Inner Harbour so please proceed with caution. 

    More discussion by members

  • 26 Apr 2017 3:46 PM | Matthew Burpee (Administrator)

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