MSP by Miraclesuit - Reversible Mesh Sport Crop Leggings Shades of Blue
MSP by Miraclesuit Shades of Blue - Reversible Crop Leggings with elasticised waist, tummy control technology and sheer side panels.
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Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Sailing Club Hawkesbury River Yacht Club - The HRYC sails from Brooklyn, north of Sydney, on the beautiful waters of Broken Bay. The majority of HRYC yachts are on moorings in Parsley Bay or close nearby. Access is primarily from Parsley Bay. The HRYC fleet currently comprises yachts ranging from 6 to 13 metres, but also welcomes trailer sailors and sports yachts. The club’s history reaches back to 1992. We have a varied social program which includes Twilight Sailing and BBQ's during the summer months, and additional events at member's homes during the year. Races are usually followed by on/off-water get-togethers. Membership of the club ranges from experienced sailors to beginners. All are welcome. Hawkesbury River Sailing Club - The HRSC, formed in 1970, currently race a mixed fleet of trailer and fixed keel yachts on courses set on the lower Hawkesbury River and Broken Bay. The racing program consists of ten Sunday races spread across the summer sailing season, with results being determined by fleet handicaps and Yardstick handicapping.In addition to racing, the Club ran a cruising program, with local cruises to Pittwater, Cowan Creek and Brisbane Water being popular, whilst longer cruises to Lake Macquarie and the Myall Lakes were popular with the trailer yacht group. In recent years (pre-covid), the Club has organised for members (and friends), a series of bus tours to maintain interest during the off seasons and as fund raisers. These have resulted in some memorable visits to interesting parts of NSW and Victoria. Hawkesbury River Dragons - The HRD were the 49th Dragon Boat Club to be formed in NSW. The club started in 2011 and train at Parsley Bay, Brooklyn. All paddlers appreciate the opportunity to enjoy the stunning surroundings of this Norther Sydney location on the Hawkesbury River. Members are from Brooklyn and the wider Hornsby Shire. The club, which welcomes paddlers of all ages, combines a competitive spirit with a community-minded social atmosphere. On weekend mornings (and on Wednesday evenings during daylight saving) throughout the year, HRD paddlers can be seen taking advantage of the club’s location to enjoy a workout on the water. Enthusiastic paddlers are upholding a tradition that’s been around for over 2,000 years. Today Dragon Boating is the fastest growing sport in the world. Competitions take place across Australia and internationally. Interested people of all ages are always welcome for a trial paddle. Brooklyn Community Association Brooklyn Community Hall Project Committee