Next month’s planned Whisky Tasting Night has been twinned with the May Movie Night to bring you an evening we hope you will enjoy, even if you don’t remember it the next day.

The evening will commence at 7pm with an informative talk and sampling of Scotland’s favourite drink. Book your attendance at this by placing your name on the list on the noticeboard and/or paying (£12/head) at the bar.

The evening’s entertainment will continue after the talk, at about 9:30pm, with the rwsABC Movie Night Presentation of a whisky themed Scottish movie from the last decade (not the 80′ this time). Free admission to this event, but you might have to bring a chair!!!

If you arrive early for the movie please make your way quietly into the bar and refresh yourself while awaiting the end of the talk.

There will be more info and promotion of both events in the coming weeks.

Funds raised from the Movie Night event will be donated to the

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Look forward to seeing a good crowd tomorrow night for another classic Scottish movie from the 1980′s

Hold onto your wallets in case there are any Robin Hood type characters about

Funds raised from this event will be donated to the

Willie has organised the event this year and we should all meet by 11am for departure at 11:30am. We are heading to the Creggan Inn at Kilcreggan to mark the start of the season.

Before we head off we will acknowledge the kind gift of the new Boathouse from Ogilvie Homes with a small ceremony. You can all have a look through it and “marvel at its wonder”.

See you Saturday morning.

Following the AGM setting new subscription levels last week the renewal forms are in the process of being issued by email, post and will be available in the clubhouse.

The website version of the form is also now available by following the link below.

Adam Graham

The season has started tonight with the first formal Kayaking evening.

The bar will be open at 8pm on a Monday now through until the end of the season.

The AGM was incredibly well attended last night, with 54 members signing in. That is over 18% of the current membership attending. The average for the previous 6 years was 25 attendees.

The Convenors’ reports were warmly received, as was the health financial report.

A mandate was handed to the Short Duration Working Group by the AGM to continue looking at sources of funding and potential development of the facilities. The Office Bearers were re-elected and previously co-opted Committee positions confirmed.

The evening concluded with a heartfelt thanks from our most senior Past Vice President Jimmy Crawford to the current Vice President Heather Scott and her Committee, for all their work and commitment to the Club in the past year. This was affirmed on mass by the meeting.

The RWSABC Membership Consultation Open Day will take place on Sunday, 17 March between 1pm and 5pm in the Club.  If you would like to find out more about the consultation, or you have questions, or you wish to provide further comments or feedback please attend.  A brief presentation lasting around 13 minutes has been produced to explain the membership consultation.  You can access this consultation on-line at

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