Lessons and Camps!
Session C starts Monday, Sign up ASAP.
It’s the heart of the summer! Session C begins on Monday with our widest selection of classes. Opti Racing is open to any student who has taken one or more sessions of Beginner and is interested in improving racing skills. Intro to Lasers is a great new option using the 4.7 rig and is perfect for those who have completed Beginner, but are too light for the 420s. One week Adventure Sailing Camps are a fun way to be on the water for students who are not interested in or want to take a session off from the curriculum based classes. In Adventure Sailing, ages 7-17 and all skill levels sail together! Visit www.eyc.org/lessons for details and registration. As always, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Saturday’s pre race chalk talk is with Jay Lott
What will he say? The only way to know is to show up at 9:00 AM on Saturday the 9th and hear it for yourself. Next up, Woody Heidler will deliver the July 16th Chalk Talk.
Regattas! Regattas! Regattas!
Opti Youth Regatta this weekend (Sat/Sun)
This weekend is the Opti Regatta, starting Saturday afternoon and ending Sunday morning. There are still boats available for draw on Saturday at 1:00 p.m., if you have an interested racer.
Thurs. July 14th 6pm: B.Y.O.B. Sunfish Regatta (in lieu of Teen Activity)
Lest there be any confusion, BYOB stands for Bring Your Own BOAT to this fun Regatta sailed in your Sunfish or an EYC Laser 4.7. Relive the glory days of the Sunfish and come out and sail your timeless boat. Skipper’s meeting at 5pm. First warning at 6pm. Open to all sailors. Spectators welcome. Bring food to grill out after the race. Sign up on the poster in the clubhouse. Questions? Contact Tommy Papenthien (laserfleetcaptain@EYC.org) or text him at 661-817-3351
Rich Hall Youth Regatta July 23-24
Early boat draw registration for the Rich Hall Regatta (July 23 – 24) ends July 15. Please submit your request to be entered in the boat draw to email@example.com prior to 5:00 p.m.. Eligible skippers must be between 12 – 17 to skipper, and crew must be under 18. Any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ahoy First Mates!
Monday July 11th 9AM: First Mates Coffee (upstairs at the EYC).
All EYC women are invited to socialize and plan for upcoming activities.
Thurs. July 14th First Mates Pot Luck at the Ephraim Village Hall at 6 pm.
Bring a dish and come join other EYC women. New members especially encouraged to come. Volunteers needed for a few positions. Sign up here.
Wed. Youth Activity: Game on!
Four Square/Ping Pong Tourney, July 13th, 6pm at EYC
Whether you are new to the game or a playground champion, come join in the fun. Players will be divided by age category, and no experience is needed. A few parent volunteers are needed to help out and some bottle water donations are appreciated. Please see signup sheet link for all the details or contact Carol Fiedler, 514-979-7115, email@example.com.
Friday July 15th 7:30 pm: Men’s night on the dock.
You know the drill: bring something to grill.
EYC Club Series
We had some record turnouts over the 4th of July weekend, including 14 Flying Scots on Saturday, 11 420s on Sunday and 7 Lasers on Friday (despite the no wind delay). Provisional series results are now posted at the 2016 Racing and Regatta Results tab that may be found at http://ephraimyc.wpengine.com/racing/
First Annual GeezerGatta Results
We had 10 staff alumni participate either as skipper or crew in our first GeezerGatta. The overall winner was Roger Waleffe, beating Teddy Papenthien by only 1 point. Our “Roadrunner” award goes to Rich Hall, who was the oldest alumni participating, and Commodore Sibylle Tasker won the top finishing woman alumni skipper award. Feedback was positive, so we will plan earlier for next year.
Are you interested in joining the EYC Pickleball Club? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in our emails on playing times and location.
Serving containers and platters
Lots left from the Opening Social. Come to the EYC and claim what’s yours. Next week, they’ll be free to a good home.
Volunteer Opportunities the week of July 11-15 (sign up at link):