Penmaenmawr Sailing Club celebrated another great season of sailing at their annual Awards Dinner and Prize giving at Conwy Golf Club. PSC Commodore Gerry Frobisher MBE and Mark Knights the Club Captain, made the presentations of Trophies and Awards for the 2013 sailing season to the members of the Club.
Roll of Honour
Cold Finger Trophy – Club Captain Mark Knight & Stephan Clements.
The Presidents Cup (Tally Race) – Glenn Williams and his son Ieuan Williams.
Marie Louise Trophy – Glenn Williams and Ieuan Williams.
The R.N.L.I Trophy – David Titheriidge & Gerhard Weis.
Puffin Trophy – Arie Nouwen & Virginia Nouwen.
Commodores Clubs’ 50th Anniversary Trophy – Alice Frobisher & Kristy Carlisle.
Junior Gold Cup Series Overall Winner Dylan Williams was presented with his trophy by Junior Captain Ieuan Williams.
Mack Williams Youth Progression Trophy – George Moss.
The Merit Mug for service to the Club particularly the Tuesday Youth Section went to Mike Moss and the Tegid O Jones Silver Plate for service to the Club was awarded to Calvin Kopec.
And The Lead Hat went to Bryan Wilcock & Lewis Carlyle. The Commodore also gave thanks to Bryan for his hard work on the 2013 Year Book.
Mark Butterworth and Paul Singleton were thanked for their invaluable help with the annual community bonfire event.
The Vice President, Bernard Carter gave his personal thanks to all the “Men and Ladies” of the Club for their support throughout the year – Gerry Frobisher, Glenn Williams, Mark Stafford, Peter Lewis, Craig Petch, Paul Singleton, Mark Butterworth, Sue Petch, Hilary Moss, Kristy Carlisle. Alma Butterworth, and Mandy Williams were all awarded with small gifts. Mr Carter also made a special presentation to the Club’s Founder Member Dilys Roberts.
The Commodore, Gerry Frobisher, added “I want praise all the members of Penmaenmawr Sailing Club for their commitment and ongoing support to the Club throughout the season, and I must thank Penmaenmawr Town Council for their sponsorship of the Annual Penmaenmawr Community Bonfire Night and Firework Display staged by the Club, which would not have been such a success without the dedication of all the club volunteers and the young people making up the 15 strong team of North Wales Young Dragons – Dreigiau Ifanc Gogledd Cymru, who gave up their Saturday to prepare the club, build the bonfire, marshal, collect donations and man the various stalls”.