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Letter from the Commodore

Dear Fellow Sailors,

As I sat eating my lunch this afternoon I scrolled through Facebook on my phone and saw a

meme that I was able to relate to. It showed one picture of people preparing for Super Bowl

party and another picture of someone working on their boat. The caption read, “People over

there preparing for Super Bowl, and I’m over here preparing the boat for spring.” This morning I might not have been working on the boat, but I was working on the Winter Dinner Meeting packet.

Pocono winters sure drag, but with the meeting around the corner that could only mean one

thing; spring will be here before you know it. The Winter Dinner Meeting will be at The

Willowtree Inn, Stroudsburg, Saturday March 7th. Cocktails and appetizers start at 5:30 and

dinner at 6:30. Our meeting will commence immediately following. Please RSVP and pay to Judy McCoy by February 22nd .

Mother nature was rather kind to us last year and we surprisingly completed nine races and

picnics! Alicia did a phenomenal job keeping picnic costs down and quality up. We have enough money to keep the fees the same for another year, $35 membership fee, and a $35 racing fee.

Please return your membership form with any changes and dues to Judy McCoy by May 1.

We welcomed two new board of directors, Steve Belfield and Andrew Berger. We also

welcomed Don Snyder back to the board, after a several year hiatuses. We split the

entertainment chairperson to two positions, entertainment and picnic. This should lesson the

burden from the entertainment chair. There isn’t much change to the schedule and I’m hoping for a bigger and better turn out for the reunion event.

See you for the dinner!

Commodore, Kristen Schmidt

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