NOTE: This is a different time than we have normally run this race..
(An adventure race where the infamous Jolly Roger Flags are up for grabs.) Race registration is $20 per boat. Club Meeting at the Lake – The always fabulous Low Country Boil for Dinner – Don’t miss this one! – Dinner only is $10 each. – Break out your Pirate gear! Skippers Meeting is at 10AM CDT.. RSVP for dinner so we have an idea how much to get. This will be a poker run kind of race and we need volunteers to hand out the cards. You dont need to know how to race on this, just sail from place to place and get cards. Come out and have a good time.
2015 – Huddleston Cup – Congratulations to the Winners!
Cruisers 1st Lee “The Hammer” Huddleston, 2nd Kevin “Boom Boom” Klarer, 3rd Steve “Why Knot” Tabor
Dinghys 1st Dale “Der Sturminator” Sturm, 2nd Joe “Y Fly” Brownfield, 3rd Steve “Silent Running” Stahl
Lets get out there and start the season off right with our first race of the season.. Don’t race? Then come for the dinner and a movie and sailing trivia
Saturday, May 30, 2015
Regatta, Huddleston Cup @ POYC (race registration $25 per boat and $10 each to eat after the race) 1 Dinner in Race Fee … All Members invited to Dinner etc.
- 9:30 – 10:00 -Pancake Breakfast
- 10:00 Skippers Meeting
- 11:30 Race Starts
- 3:30 Race Ends
- 5:00 Dinner ( Pork Loin and Fixins thanks Kerstings!)
- 6:30 Sailing Trivia
- 8:00 Movie (Cap’n Ron)
Sunday, May 31, 2015
Regatta, Huddleston Cup @ POYC
- 9:30-10:00 Coffee & Donuts
- 10:00 Skippers
- 11:00 Race Starts
- 3:00 Races end
- 4:00 Awards and Dinner – Leftover Pork Loin if any and Hotdogs and Hamburgers
Here’s a Picture of our booth at the Summer Activities Fair; thanks to Rob, Holly and Gwen Hatcher for organizing and manning this along with Devin Mitchell and Bill Miller.
Rob Hatcher said “The booth at the Summer Activities Fair yesterday at Bowling Green High School. Had a rigged sunfish outside the front door of the gym. (Wish I had a pic of that…) Lots of attention and prospects. Thanks Bill Miller and Devin Mitchell for the help!”
Holly Hatcher related “I manned the table, too, and we had a lot of people stop and ask questions. We gave out about 40+ flyers. And Gwen made sure kids got dum-dums from the candy jar! Several inquiries were made about the club itself, and we had many chances to promote the adult sailing class, too. I think having the sunfish parked out front was a big hit. Was fun to do!”
Rob said “This type of exposure is bound to be effective. Even if kids don’t sign up for the camp, it lets families know that we are here and what we are about. Getting over the “yacht” hurdle still seems to be one of the bigger challenges, lol.”