Thursday Snippets, 3 June

In accordance with Victorian Government COVID19 restrictions announced on 2nd June the cancellation of activities at Albert Sailing Club and closure of clubrooms and boatyard continues for a further 7 day period until 12 midnight on 11th June. For those living within 10 kilometres of the Lake who have their boat stored at home the following extract from may provide some joy “Recreational fishing and boating are permitted as long as it doesn’t require use of a facility (the opening of a closed jetty or pier) and within 5km of your home for up to 2 hours once per day, and with members of your household or 1 other person.”
The boundary will now be 10 kilometres following the Government announcements of 2 June.
Access to club facilities including the boatyard continues to be not permitted until restrictions on this are changed. The only exception is for essential club maintenance and from 4 June, the midweek use of ASC clubrooms by SEDA teachers and students who can return to face to face classes for Year 11 and 12 education groups.

* No club activities are programmed for the 12 – 14 June long weekend.
* The ASC sailing program from saturday 19 June will depend upon Government COVID restrictions and requirements, and the availability of duty crew and other key club volunteers. Decisions on this will be communicated after due consideration of eased restrictions.
* Albert Sailing Club Top of the Lake Regatta, is scheduled for saturday 26th and sunday 27th June. A decision on whether the Regatta proceeds or not will be made and communicated out in the week commencing 12 June.
* The June ASC committee meeting will be held as a Zoom meeting at 7.30 on Thursday 10th. Non-committee members are welcome to join the meeting. To do so email Cindy for details via

Rod Thomas
for ASC committee

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