Spring 2003


Commodore’s Report
Thing’s we need to know
Message from Joan Bray

Annual Club Fee
Work Party

Calendar To May
Start of Season Party
Open Weekend
Very Windy Sunday
Sailing Secretary Report
2002 Prizes
Annual Dinner 1
Annual Dinner 2
For Sale/Want
Murder Mystery Evening
Valentines Dinner
Land of Pasty Factories
Richmond Theatre
Tower of London
AGM & Prize Giving
In The Money
Web Site

The Sailing Program
The Last Race Day
Carrot and Coriander Soup

We're In The Money
George Bray

Twenty three braved the elements and the receding floods to enjoy the Aquarius version of " Who wants to be a Millionaire "on the last Saturday in January.

Chris Tarrant sent his apologies but Lynda Rowley proved to be an excellent substitute and kept the evening rolling along despite four unruly teams.

The questions , with four multiple choice answers, ranged from the dead simple to the very tricky and caused much "debate " within the teams and the options of " ask the audience" or " phone a friend "proved spectacularly wrong on several occasions.

The half time refreshments of soup and jacket potatoes, masterminded by Diana, were very welcome and revived our energies for the second half with the teams attempting to answer the million pound questions. Surprisingly this went to a playoff and winners, and also rans were all rewarded with chocolate truffles.

Lynda and Diana thanks for a super evening - roll on the next social!!

Aquarius Web Site

The AQSC Web site and E-mail continue to be useful communication media. We now have our own domain name and all committee posts have an E-mail address like

About 70% of our members have access to e-mail. If Members with e-mail are not receiving an occasional e-mail from me could they please let me have their e-mail address.

I would welcome any suggestions on improving the communication, marketing and presentation aspects of the web site.

Richard Cannon.