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April 23 & 24, 2016 • Paella Party and Master's Race

posted Apr 21, 2016, 12:34 PM by Communications Officer Ssc
Saturday April 23rd - Annual Paella Party

Come join fellow SSC members for the annual Paella Party, Saturday, April 23, 2016, at Aqualand Marina. We have reserved the upper pavilion from noon till late for this traditional feast. Most members will begin to gather about 4pm but come anytime. Depending on the chef’s schedule, we normally plan to eat anytime between 6:30 – 7:30. 

This is a “rain or shine” event. 

Nourishing, vibrant, and without pretension, paella has held a place of honor and practicality in Spanish homes for centuries. To prepare paella, combine water, saffron, and broth in a large saucepan. ... Stir in herb blend, broth mixture, chicken, pork, add peas and just before serving add calamari, shrimp and mussels. Add a glass of sangria and it is a dinner not to be forgotten.

In the SSC tradition, place the following on your “to bring” list: 
•Dessert or appetizer to share 

•Chair (the picnic table benches can be really hard) 

•RSVP to Vice Commodore @ vicecommodore@southernsailing.org 

•Membership Dues if you have not paid

There is no charge for members and their family for the paella. Visitors will be charged $5.00. If a visitor joins SSC, the entire family will eat without any charge. 


Aqualand Marina

6800 Lights Ferry Rd 
Flowery Branch, GA 30542 

Sunday April 24th is our Master’s Cup. Skipper’s over 50 this is your calling. There’s no better way to earn bragging rights for the next year. Skipper's meeting is 10am at the bathhouse nearest X Dock in Aqualand Marina.

Don't have a boat? Want to crew for someone else, or maybe just catch a ride to see what this sailing thing is all about? No Problem! Just enter in your contact information below and we'll see that someone gives you a lift!
The "Need a lift" program is offered by Southern Sailing Club with the following intentions in mind:
  1. To provide our members with the opportunity to sail if they don't have a boat or would like to sail with others to learn more.
  2. To offer potential new members the opportunity to go out on a sailboat if they have not experienced this before, to help them decide if this may be of interest to them.
Southern Sailing Club assumes no responsibility for the safety of the participants and cannot be held liable for any injury, accident or loss incurred when participating in this program.