Work Party & Chili Cook-off

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November 10th Saturday at around 10AM.

You know the Drill ! The List is long and the need is great! Come out and let’s get the Club ready for Winter. Please bring yard cleanup tools, like rakes, brooms, blowers or what have you. If you want to compete in the Chili Cook-off, make a batch of your best stuff and bring it. A Fabulous Trophy will go to the winner, I will be bringing chili with a secret ingredient this year (no, not goat). We will post the list of duty items here, when I get the information from our Yardmaster. Thanks and I hope we all have a good time and a productive day. The fun starts at 10am. Maybe bring some stuff that goes good with chili or a dessert like Rum baba or something.

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The Pirate’s Plunder Regatta

Join us for the Pirates’ Plunder on Oct. 27.   Skippers meeting at 11:00 am with racing soon after  And, in the spirit of the Halloween season, we are encouraging members to let their inner pirate out to play  for the evening!  Pirate garb encouraged with best dressed getting a bottle of grog. Land-lubbers will walk the plank, into the icy cold Barren. Hope you’ll get your eye patch and peg-leg out and meet up with the other swashbucklers!  Dinner around 5:00 pm. We will provide meat and members can bring sides.

The Great Minnow Regatta

October 13th and 14th .. Saturday Breakfast at 9:30AM with asymmetrical pancakes by Leah.and mimosas. 10:30AM Skippers meeting with racing after, $25 race fee for skippers, $10 for crew and non racers. Dinner will be around 5pm. Troy is doing meats and Leah will have baked beans and slaw.. Please bring a dessert.. Live music on Saturday.. More later

Trashmasters Classic – September 15th!

The Friends of Barren River Lake and Park is organizing a hands-on opportunity to be good environmental stewards with the 31st annual Trashmasters Classic Lakeshore Cleanup at Barren River Lake on Sept. 15 from 8 to 11:30 a.m.

“This cleanup is important for a couple reasons – it gives the community a chance to come together and pitch in and be a part of something bigger than themselves,” said Holly Myers, Army Corps of Engineers park ranger, and “it really makes a difference in the health and welfare of the lake itself,” in addition to the surrounding wildlife and water ecosystem.

Check-in will be from 8 to 9 a.m. at various locations: Baileys Point, the Narrows, Barren River Lake State Resort Park, Port Oliver and Walnut Creek. At each station, pontoon boats will shuttle volunteers to the shoreline to pick up trash. Trash bags and gloves will be provided, but bring your own water and sunscreen.