Would your child – or a friend – like to learn to sail? Here is their chance for summer 2018!
Clinton Sailing Club (CSC) is offering “Sailorships” for Clinton kids ages 8-18 to participate in a FREE one-week sailing lesson experience in summer 2018.
Sailors will learn parts of the boat, important sailing terms, and experience first hand sailing a boat in Clinton Harbor! Lesson dates are every week in summer starting the week of June 18th and running through August 24th. Lessons take place at Clinton Town Beach daily from 9-12 and 1-4pm.
CSC offers both beginner and intermediate sessions. If you’ve sailed with us before, feel free to take beginner again and have even more fun – or move up to intermediate if you’re ready for a new challenge.
Applying for a Sailorship is easy. Just tell us why you would like to learn to sail this summer! It’s important that kids write this, not parents. CSC’s Board of Directors will review the essays and determine scholarship winners. Sailorships are awarded based on financial need.
To apply, click here to download and print an application. We have an open application period – so feel free to apply at any time. Note, however, that our sessions fill up and Sailorships run out! So if you want to apply for summer 2018, don’t wait…
Please email completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org, or send to:
4th Grade Teacher, Pierson School
75 East Main Street
Clinton, CT 06413
Would you like to contribute a Sailorship to help a Clinton child in need learn to sail?
It’s easy! Sailorships are available for $250 per child – simply click here and donate $250 per Sailorship you wish to sponsor. During the PayPal checkout process, you can name your Sailorship, give it in memory of a friend or loved one, or supply other instructions. You also may email us any special directions. Or, mail a check to:
Clinton Sailing Club
11 Hide A Way
Clinton, CT 06413
You are welcome to give Sailorships for kids in other towns, or arrange a Sailorship for a special child – just let us know where your gift should be directed. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!