Rear Commodore House Update Nov. 2018

01 November, 2018


Hi everyone,
It’s that time of the year already. Laying Up Supper time and the interest this year has been fantastic, a total sell out and a great night to catch up with and dance with “the gang”!! Thank you all for your support, this is a really important night in the club diary every year.


The White Sail series continues with the CIMARRON TROPHY THIS SUNDAY 4TH NOVEMBER FG @12.25.

The White Sail series runs each Sunday until the 2nd December.

Date for your diary,

THE GUNSMOKE BELL TROPHY will be on Wednesday 26th December FG @13.25. This is a wonderful way of working off some of the Christmas pudding!!

As I mentioned in my last update, Rob our chef is serving Bar Food on Saturdays and Brunch on Sundays and believe me that brunch is amazing as is all his food! Please support Rob and bring your friends/family along.
Private functions are becoming very popular in the club which is fantastic at this time of year. The club house is looking really well and the location is probably the best in town by far. If you would like to book a private function/Christmas Party or whatever takes your fancy, give us a shout, we are only too happy to help out in any way we can!!

The Kids Christmas Party will be on Sunday 9th December and I am informed that the Big Man will again grace us with his presents (get it?)!!

The Big Kids Annual Dodgy Jumper Party will be on Friday 21st of December, start knitting!!

The Tuesday Morning Coffee Gang Annual Christmas Lunch will be on Tuesday 18th December. Ticket demand is very strong this year, over 40 confirmed bookings already and at €30 is great value to boot, I’m really looking forward to it!

Now that Sober October is behind us, the Commodore has decided that we need a bit of a splurge for November so he has decided that we will have a HAPPY HOUR EVERY FRIDAY FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER FROM 4.45 TO 6PM SHARP!! Way to go Commodore!!

And on that happy note I will sign off for this month!
Looking forward to seeing you in the club.
Sue Horgan