POYC Christmas Party – December 5th

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POYC Christmas Party
December 5th
Cambridge Market

Happy hour with appetizers – 6:30pm
Dinner – 7:15ish
Following dinner:
Awards
Officer installation
Commodore’s Comments
Dancing and visiting with friends

Music by Rob and Son
Menu:
Prime Rib and Champagne Chicken
Cheesy potatoes
Sautéed Vegetables
Dessert Choices
Beverages provided by POYC

Cost: $25.00 / person

Please bring an appetizer for happy hour

Please come and make it a great party again this year!

Great Minnow Recap by Frank Kersting

The 2015 Great Minnow is ‘in the books.   There was excellent membership participation with 8 cruisers and 3 dinghies registering for the 2-day regatta.   On Saturday, the northerly winds were constant at 9 MPH which was excellent for racing but made holding the committee boat in position problematic.  Needless to say, it was an ‘eventful’ day of racing with 5 races started.  On Sunday, the winds were the ‘typical’ light and variable type but sufficient for 3 races.  The results were:

Cruiser                                                Dinghy

1.  R. Hatcher                                          D.Sturm

2.  K. Klarer                                             J. Brownfield

3.  L. Huddleston                                     B. Klarer

A large crowd for dinner participated in the festivities, as there was a membership meeting following an eventful day of racing. The sailors were tired but gladly shared ‘tall tales’ with those members joining the crews for dinner.

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Help – If you can!

Here’s a message from our old mate Connie Polk, Connie is living in Savannah and is working to place foreign exchange students in placements all over the US. The following is her letter to me. If you know of a placement please contact her directly:
We have a German boy living in Adair County right now in a temporary placement. He is bored to tears, a very active young man living in the middle of nowhere. The family only agreed to be a temporary home for 8 weeks, and we are now 1/2 way through that. I think he would do great in Bowling Green, if I can find a family and a school to place him in. Do you think you could send out an email to all POYC members about this? Glasgow would be ok, too, just somewhere where he can be more involved in the community. Right now he’s an hour away from anything. If you say it’s ok., I’ll write it up and send it to you. I’ll probably also post on the FB page, but I think an email will reach more people. I placed 3 of my kids here through my 2 sailing clubs! One is going to be sailing in a regatta at the USCG Academy next month!!!
Thanks.
Connie Polk
Local Coordinator/OPSM
Savannah, GA

cpolk@flag-intl.org
502-387-8672 (cell)

F.L.A.G. Intl. Office: 269.459.8883 / Fax: 269.459.8887
950 Trade Centre Way, Suite 303 Portage, MI 49002

1.800.942.FLAG http://www.flag-intl.org

Pirate’s Plunder Regatta Saturday October 17th & Sunday October 18th

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Regatta and Committee Boat Pull.. Skippers Meeting at 10AM and Racing after. Committee boat pull after the race on Sunday

Racing and Plundering. Pirates Party Saturday night All members are welcome whether you race or not. BYOB. Of course the grill will be going. Bring a dish! This is the last chance this year to get your pirate on! Don’t forget your waistcoat. It’s gonna be chillin’, but the fire will be large.

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We have found the ultimate treasure map! The Pirates Plunder course. 9.5 miles of the most fun you will have sailing for the rest of the year. This is for Real Pirates only. If you aren’t here we will know you were only posing as one.