The EYC has a full schedule the week of June 20-26, including lessons, racing, and social events for members of all ages and genders.
LESSON SESSION B begins Monday, June 20 and runs through July 1. Lessons are taught in both the mornings and afternoons. Sign up now before your student’s level fills up, at www.eyc.org/lessons. Signup deadline for Session B is noon, Sunday June 19.
Monday, June 20 at 9:30 is the first of two scheduled FIRST MATES COFFEE meetings. First Mates, connect with friends and plug in to upcoming EYC events! Bring your calendar. If you are a woman and an EYC member then you are a First Mate. For more information contact First First Mate Nancy Pillat [email protected] or (920) 854-4310.
The first JUNIOR ACTIVITY will be on the evening of Wednesday, June 22. Keep an eye on the EYC bulletin board for details.
June 23 is the first THURSDAY TEEN ACTIVITY: pizza and bowling at the Sister Bay Bowl. Meet in the bowling alley at 6:00 PM. Each person should bring $10 to cover pizza, bowling and beverages. Parents, please pick up your teen promptly at 8:00 PM. Sign up on the sheet at the EYC. Questions? Call Junior Activities Chair Heather Andersen (847) 420-3978.
The EYC’s second annual MARINE RUMMAGE SALE runs from 9:00 AM to noon on Saturday, June 25. Bring any marine items that you don’t have a need for, or have outgrown, and find someone who needs them. Everyone is asked to tag and sell their own items. Also, you can donate gently used PFDs and sailing shoes (especially in kids sizes); Duska Pearson will handle the sale of these, with leftover items and proceeds going to EYC. Invite your neighbors and friends — this sale is open to the public. Questions? Contact co-chairs Deanna Peterson [email protected] or Duska Pearson [email protected].
The EYC’s OPENING SOCIAL begins at 6:00 PM on Saturday, June 25 at the EYC. Mark your calendar and watch for a further e-mail with more details.
Members are reminded of the EYC’s DOG POLICY. For several years, we have seen an increased number of our furry friends on the pier. They continue to be welcome, but only if the dog is always 1) leashed, 2) attended by its owner, and 3) under control (which means no barking, pulling, or fighting). Please do not bring dogs to organized social events like the Fyr Bal cookout, the Opening Social and the Ice Cream Social. Members are responsible for the actions of their dogs. We have many children who may not know about the appropriate way to approach someone else’s pet. Please also consider the needs of our many senior members who enjoy spending time on the EYC pier. Members will be asked to remove their dog from the EYC if the staff feels that an uncomfortable or dangerous situation exists.
Members are also reminded that SMOKING is not allowed anywhere at the EYC.
Thank you for helping keep the EYC family-friendly!