The EYC is Auctioning a Wave Runner

***  BIDDING UPDATE ***  No bids have been received as of August 29, 2011.

EYC members Lisa and Paul Olson generously donated a used Wave Runner, trailer and boat lift to the EYC.  The Wave Runner and trailer don’t quite fit the EYC’s needs, so the EYC is auctioning the off the Wave Runner and trailer, to raise funds.  BID NOW to help the EYC and to pick up that Wave Runner you always wanted!

Details: Yamaha Wave Runner 650LX, used, in good working condition.  New battery and new trailer strap.  The trailer is in nice condition too, with no rust and good lights, wiring and tires.

A picture is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ephraimyachtclub/6046665966

Questions about the Wave Runner?  E-mail dockside@eyc.org

TO BID: send an e-mail to dockside@eyc.org giving your name and the bid amount. Starting bid amount is $500. Bids must be in multiples of $10.  To see the recent high bid amount, go to www.eyc.org. Final bid deadline is noon, Central Time, September 4, 2011.   The high bidder is required to pay the bid amount by personal check not later than September 12, 2011.  The Wave Runner can be inspected at the EYC on Saturday, September 3.  For a winning bidder who is outside Door County, the EYC will store the Wave Runner until June 2012 free of charge.

Remember, because of its educational and amateur athletic mission, the EYC is qualified as a charity under Federal tax law, and therefore your donation is tax-deductible.  The EYC would be grateful to receive your donation of cash, appreciated securities, and equipment which the EYC can either use or sell.  Among the items which the EYC would particularly like to receive are:

* Flying Scot, Optimist, Laser and 420 sailboats, and sails and equipment for them.
* Powerboats from 13 to 20 feet, suitable for use in the EYC’s lesson program.
* 4-stroke outboard motors.
* Shore Stations and similar boat lifts

The EYC will also gladly accept other marine items in good condition which can be used in the EYC’s programs or sold to raise funds for the EYC.