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2021 PRE-WORKDAY JOBS

So that we can get the Clubhouse open in advance of the Workday on May 22 we need members to volunteer (or even just show up and take care of these High Priority Tasks. Many of these can be done by individuals, pairs or small groups. Just let Mik Morrissey know in an email your plan. (EMAIL ADDRESS) Our goal would be to get them done by the Spring Workday. A full list of Spring Workday Tasks will be published soon.

SENIOR CLUBHOUSE INSIDE 

Kitchen

  • Clean kitchen drawers, unpack contents
  • Inventory paper & plastic supplies, (see list in the sleeve inside the cabinet door) determine what we need and plan to purchase.
  • Move shelf contents out of drawers
  • Plug in fridge, (in closet behind) turn on low. Add a few gallons of water for efficiency if available
  • Bring the Optis on the porch to the end of the boat racks 

Bathrooms

  • Clean toilets, sinks

Main Room

  • Move items stored here to their proper locations
  • Sweep and mop floors in club house 

JUNIOR CLUBHOUSE

  • Remove FJ out of the clubhouse
  • Set up Ping Pong Table
  • Move any items from outside (foosball, slider swing) back inside
  • Clean out unassigned lockers so they can be ready to rent
  • Clean out small room so it can be used as a changing room
  • Move water cooler inside (if it has been delivered)
  • Store cleaning supplies out of kids’ reach on the shelf above the bathroom sink
  • Clean Bathroom

GROUNDS/ LANDSCAPING

  • Distribute trash and recycling cans near beach, picnic area and tennis courts….liner bags are in the kitchen 

Attention Young Sailors!

2021 Program Committee Positions Available

Would you like to help with sailing instruction for beginning and intermediate classes?

This summer, the sailing program is looking for sailors to fill two different positions this summer. 

Assistant Sailing Instructors. (1 or 2 openings) This is a paid position that will involve working closely with the head instructors Molly and Grace Skelton for teaching levels 1 and 2 of sailing lessons. Assistant Instructors will work afternoons, Monday-Friday during the seven weeks of lessons (June 28-August 13). It is very likely that they will also work the week of June 21-25 with a smaller group of students in the afternoons.

Requirements: Applicants should be at least 15 years old and have completed up through Level 3 sailing instruction (or the equivalent if they have learned at other clubs). 


Junior Assistant Sailing Instructors: (1 or 2 openings) This unpaid volunteer position allows you to improve your own sailing skills by sharing them with younger students. It may also provide useful training for possible employment as an assistant sailing instructor in future years. (This possibility depends on staffing needs.)

We anticipate the position will involve working five afternoons, Monday-Friday, for the seven weeks that are slated for the summer lessons (June 28-August 13). The instructor will work with the Level 1 and Level 2 classes for the seven weeks. If you anticipate having problems working every day for any reason, please explain them in your letter. We understand that it is important to be flexible with a volunteer position. 

Applicants should have completed Level 1 and Level 2 sailing instruction (or the equivalent if they have learned at other clubs) and should be at least 14 years old.


Applicants: If you are interested in either of these positions, please submit by noon on Saturday, May 15, a one-page letter explaining why you are interested in the position and what skills or experience you might bring. In addition, please provide a short resume (a list of your educational and other experience). Please pay special attention to any qualifications related to teaching sailing). 

You can submit applications to Bruce Hall (brucehall.maine@gmail.com).