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SEAS Sailor Talk #2

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Time: 
Fri, 02/26/2016 - 17:30 - 19:30
Where: 
NorthWind Architects, 126 Seward Street, Juneau

The February SEAS sailor talk is scheduled for this Friday, February 26th, at 5:30 pm. It will take place at the office of NorthWind Architects at 126 Seward Street. The SEAS race committee has established a proposed race schedule for 2016. This sailor talk will focus on all aspects of racing, including a discussion of the race schedule and options for a skipper’s choice race out of Auke Bay! The topics for the sailor talk will include:
*SEAS Cup schedule, Eligibility, Rules, and Race committee management;
*Admiralty Island Rally;
*GPS techniques for racing;

Winter Party

Time: 
Fri, 01/22/2016 - 18:00 - 22:00
Where: 
Rockwell's, 109 South Franklin Street

Winter Party at Rockwell's this Friday.   Come and welcome the newly elected 2016 SEAS board and meet other sailors. 

Election Results

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The election results are in. Congratulations to the new board:

James Bibb, Commodore
Dave D'Amore, Vice Commodore
Mary Sternfeld, Treasurer
Craig Wilson, Secretary
Denise Wiltse, At-Large (2017)
Dane Palmer, At-Large (2017)
Nikolay Barkov, At-Large (2016)
Ruth Kostik, At-Large (2016)

The new board will be welcomed aboard at the Winter Party, to be scheduled in January.

2016 Board Elections

The nominations are in!

The election is open to all SEAS members, and we are electing the following positions:

  • Commodore
  • Vice Commodore
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • At Large Board Member x 2

Please see the bylaws for descriptions of the responsibilities of each of these positions.

 

Labor Day Regatta

Time: 
Sat, 09/05/2015 - 10:00 - Mon, 09/07/2015 - 21:00

The last races of the season had the greatest turnout - 12 boats!  Despite a gloomy forecast (mostly miserable, with occasional bouts of truly awful) Saturday actually surprised everyone.  At the start, light winds prevailed as the fleet slowly tacked down the channel from the Mayflower Island starting line.  By the time the fleet got to Marmion Island, the wind had picked up considerably. 

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