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Calling all Women Interested in Sailing!

Posted on: March 12, 2021  |   ,

Sent on behalf of the Whiteshell Women’s Sailing League

Interested in learning to sail but not sure where to start? Already taken some lessons and wondering how to improve your skills? Looking for a reason to get social and meet other women in the South Whiteshell region? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, then we have the program for you.

This summer, the Falcon and West Hawk Lake Sailing Clubs plan to launch a new joint program targeted at women and girls of all ages who have limited to no prior sailing experience. The program will offer an opportunity to learn to sail and race a small sailboat on Falcon Lake. To sustain and build on newly learned skills, we plan to offer training workshops, mentorship opportunities, and a sailing league dedicated to program participants. Mothers, daughters, and grandmothers can sail together for safe recreational fun on our beautiful lake in our fabulous provincial park.

We are still finalizing the details of the program offering, and we would like to ask for your help in making sure that we offer the program that you are looking for! If this sounds like something that you could be interested in, please fill out our quick survey at the link below for feedback on this program. We’re hoping to have all survey results by March 31.

https://forms.gle/6GJf9jUHLBNQv4qy8

(Estimated time to complete survey: 2-5 minutes)

For more information and program registration, please click on the link to our website below, or contact us by email with your questions. Along with support from Sail Manitoba we hope to promote women sailing within the whole province. Come join us in experiencing the joy of sailing!

Thank you,

Cynthia Grant

South Whiteshell Women’s Sailing League

swwomenssailingleague@gmail.com

SouthWhiteshellWomensSailingLeague.ca

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