Members meeting; Commodore’s party; & one remaining week of lessons

Saturday 9 a.m. Annual Meeting of the Members

The Annual Meeting of the Members will take place 9:00 a.m. this Saturday at the clubhouse.  All members are welcome (yes, that’s you!). Among the business to be conducted at the meeting is the election of new board members. The Nominating Committee has nominated the following: Liz Gheorghita, Laura O’Rourke, Craig Rawlins and Geoff Werner.

Commodore’s Party Saturday 6 p.m. Peninsula School of Art

Beverages provided. Bring an appetizer to share.  Tickets at the door ($20 for adults, $10 for children). Proceeds benefit the EYC.  Season trophies for racing will be awarded at the event.

Flying Scot Series – Final Race on Sunday, August 13.

Boat draw at 9:00 a.m., First Warning at 10:00 a.m.

Say it isn’t so . . .

Next week is the final week of sailing lessons for the summer.  There will be Beginner classes in the morning.  Please register by Friday at 1:30 pm.  Private lessons may still be possible, pending instructor availability.  Many thanks to everyone for participating in and support the EYC Education program.  Have a fabulous school year, and we will see you next summer!

Zombies are coming for the lost and found

This is that time of year that the lost and found begins to take on a life of its own. You might want to peak in there to see if some of your beach towels, life jackets, rain jackets, shoes (don’t ask!) or other items have made their way into the bin.

Labor Day 420 Clinic on Sunday Sept. 3rd, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Join our Gibraltar High School Sailing Team and our friends from the UW-Milwaukee Sailing Team for some Labor Day Weekend sailing.  Former EYC Sailing Director Isak Peterson will lead the sailors through a day of 420 drills on the water both in the morning and afternoon.  Students will take a mid-day lunch break on the dock.  After the clinic, participants will derig several 420s for winter storage. The clinic is free to members and $10 for non-members. Questions? Contact Jodi Hoyerman, jhoyerman@gmail.com