2018 Jan eNewsletter – KASK

Safe and happy holiday season From KASK

As 2017 comes to an end, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support of KASK throughout the year and wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season.

Also, for your reading pleasure, here are the electronic versions of the last three issues of New Zealand Sea Kayaker for you to read over the holiday season any time, anywhere!

Click below to download:

NZ Sea Kayaker 191 ~ October _ November 2017

NZ Sea Kayaker 190 ~ August – September 2017

NZ Sea Kayaker 189 ~ June – July 2017

Why am I getting this email?

You are getting this because you are a member of KASK (membership ID: <<Membership ID>>) for 2017.

If you missed previous editions of the eNewsletter emailed to you, you can read past issues of this eNewsleters in here:
http://news.kask.org.nz

KASK Kayak Fest 2018 – Have you registered?

If you have not yet registered for Kayak Fest and don’t want to miss out, please take a moment to register. With over 50 registered and paid already, the places are going fast!
If you have never attended a KASK forum before, Kayak Fest is a national event to up-skill and have fun with other kayakers. The KASK Kayak Fest 2018 is being held at Ngatitoa Domain, Mana, over the weekend of 2-4 March 2018. It will be a glamping weekend, with showers, catering, and covered areas for eating and socialising available at the local Sea Scouts hall. Full program coming soon.
KASK Kayak Fest 2018 – Wellington: More information
If you have any problems registering or you need additional information, please contact Noel Pepperell at the Kayak Fest 2018 team.

Help us grow KASK

If you have paddling friends who would like to join KASK as a member, please forward this link below to join online:
http://news.kask.org.nz/join

We need you!

We are lucky to have Paul, Sandy, Ian, Lois, Dave, Rob, Shaun, Peter and Steve in our Committee this year. As we countdown towards the AGM in March 2018, we need more KASK members to take a turn on our committee. A strong team (committee) is really important for the survival of KASK and to carry on the important work we do with education, safety, training – as well as growing our member base with fresh ideas and energy and internal governance. The main time commitment is to attend an online (Skype) meeting on the first Tuesday of the month for half an hour or so and take on some responsibilities. If you or someone you know would like to be a committee member, please get in touch with me and I am happy to talk through in more detail before any commitments are made at the AGM.

The contact details of the committee members can be found here. We are always open to your comments and input and feel free to contact me any time.

Happy paddling.

Tim Muhundan
President
Kiwi Association of Sea Kayakers
(021) 2767727
[email protected]
http://www.kask.org.nz

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