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Mumís success with HISC kids programme

- Thu 23rd Oct 2014

Sailing mum Anne Marie Wood has been Rear Commodore of the HISC Youth Committee for the last two years and was always keen on getting more children involved in sailing and watersports. Through her dedication and hard work Anne Marie has helped broaden the sportís appeal and helped implement new child friendly initiatives at the club. SEALS was set up in 2008 and formed part of the youth progression programme by offering a fun and informal pathway for those not concerned with racing. SEALS has been hugely successful and has helped increase the number of families members at the club. Activities arenít necessarily dinghy led Ė kids can get on the water using any type of water craft. Stand up paddle boards, kayaks, canoes, windsurfing kit and boats more

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- Wed 22nd Oct 2014

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- Tue 21st Oct 2014

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