Got a few things coming up peeps.
First up: Australia Day! January 26, just in case you've been living under a rock.
Tickets to the WARC Skyworks event are selling fast and it seems to be a pretty good deal: For $50 you get air conditioned comfort, no erg tests, a make-your-own burger buffet and amazing fireworks display. Stop procrastinating and buy your ticket now.
Selling raffle tickets on Australia Day: We will be looking to set up the WARC tent on the land-side deck of WARC to give away free water and sell raffle tickets to the masses. If you are looking to offload tickets, please sign up to volunteer some time to sell tickets. You can sign up here.
Elizabeth Quay opens to the public at 4pm on January 29. This will start a three-week string of events to mark the opening of the new inlet to the public, but on its inaugural evening, WARC will have the opportunity to row into the inlet as part of the first boats.
We have a 30-minute timeslot from 6.30pm to 7pm, during which Channel 9 will be doing a live broadcast of the news.
Captain Nick Wakeford is organising the boats and rowers, so if you want to get involved, drop him a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
WARC will be participating in the Barrack Square markets on January 30. This is the last opportunity the club will be actively providing for members to sell raffle tickets to the public. If you would like to shift some tickets, you can sign up to volunteer here.