JSC Summer Bash
Posted 13 October 2014
One word, WOW!!!!!
That was the most fun I have ever had at the club on a bad weather day! There was so much work put into this by our energetic committee members! I don’t even want to mention names, only in fear of getting the sequence wrong, but we all know who they are! :)
Guys, I salute you! Not only for successfully organising a mindblowing weekend, potentially filled with Chopper jumps, Balloon jumps, even more fun jumps, but on top of that for having organised the even more brilliant WONDERBOOM to entertain us throughout the evening!
Well, some of us did manage to get their knees in a breeze, and NO, I WAS NOT ONE OF THEM :( My personal and best experience however, was to hear members and visitors alike, cheer JSC for the event and the fantastic organisation, and that after not having jumped once!!!!
The WONDERBOOM party simply was phenomenal! Martin, thank you so much for bringing out your group and for spending the evening with us!
Also a huge thank you to Ian, Yvonne and the team! The food was fantastic, the beer was cold and as usual, fantastic service with a smile!
The biggest thanks must go to our members and especially our visitors from other clubs all over South Africa for biting the bullet, enjoying a "perfect bad weather weekend" with us! It was a privilege to welcome you at JSC and we will be delighted to see you again soon!
Watch this space though! The Choppers and Balloons are on standby, coming soon to a good weather day near you!!!! :)
Helicopter + Balloon Jumps @ Summer Bash Boogie
Reminder about the Boogie to be held at JSC the weekend of 11-12 October, with Wonderboom performing live Saturday evening!!
We will also have a R66 Helicopter!!!!! Slot price will be R500, and we will jump from 4000ft AGL.
Remember you need to have a B Licence to jump the helicopter.
If you are interested in jumping the helicopter, please send me the following to email@example.com
There are limited slots available so book NOW to avoid disappointment.
Highest Licence Number
Number of jumps you would like to do from the R66