Knotmeter - July 2, 2015
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July 2, 2015
Officer Of The Day (OOD)
OOD schedule has now been posted on our Member's Area
OOD is an important duty held by all members with a wet mooring.
The OOD package is available for pick-up at the main bar for materials and information on the duty. If you would like to know more about the program please contact the main office.
King Wolf Swim
This Saturday, July 4th KYC will be the starting location for the annual King Wolf Swim. They will be starting from our breakwall at approximately 0800hrs. We wish all the participants luck in the swim!
For more information
please visit their website: http://www.kingwolfswim.com/
We are currently featuring Smithworks Brewing Company's Dunkelweiss, a complex, yet refreshing dark wheat beer. Come in for one before its gone! Up next is Beau's Festivale, their summer seasonal beer. Stay tuned for more exciting new feature beers arriving throughout the summer.
Watch for these upcoming events:
Summer Food and Wine Pairing Dinner
Stay tuned for a time and date, and the wines that will be pairing.
Jemmett's Family Cookout
Sailing is a world wide sport that brings many people together for fun and competition. While there are many types of boats and different ways of getting out on the water, the sailing community is tight knit. This was proven just this past week when USA Olympian Trevor Moore was knocked off his coach boat and became separated while out on Key Biscayne, in Miami, FL.
A search party was organized over three days which included the coast guard, fish and wildlife and countless friends and family out in their own ribs. Unfortunately the search was called off on Sunday with no sign of Trevor.
It was a stark reminder to all boat users to take safety seriously and to wear their PFD's and kill cords while operating boats.
Trevor did much for the development of skiffs in North America. Competing at the highest level at the Olympics in the 49er, placing 15th at London 2012 and coaching the next wave of future Olympians. I personally competed and on occasion trained with Trevor when I competed in the 49er class. He was a star athlete who competed hard on the water, but had time for anyone back on shore to talk sailing.
While many of our 49er and FX sailors had never met Trevor personally, they are recognizing his contribution to the sailing world displaying a sticker on their main sails.
Fair winds and a following sea Trevor.
-Rob Frost, High Performance Coach, KYC
A few reminders while on KYC property
Now that school is out and our Junior Sailing programs are starting we will have an increased activity level on and around the property.
For the comfort and safety of all users of KYC we would like to remind you of the following policies:
1. All dogs must be leashed and with their owner while on the property.
2. Driving out on to the breakwall is not permitted except with expressed permission from the General Manager.
If you have any questions about this please contact Greg McNab, General Manager by phone: 613-548-3052 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday Dinghy Racing Returns (at long last)!
Dingy Racing is now back every monday evening! please be geared up and ready for the 6pm gun. If you have any further questions please contact Nick (Head Bosun) at email@example.com
Adult dinghy racing was a large part of the KYC racing scene several years ago. We are happy to see it return!
Volunteer at CORK
There are still a few volunteer opportunities for Volunteers at the Laser events in July
For the Laser Standard Men’s Worlds (July 1st to 8th) there’s room for 1 in safety
For the Laser Master’s July 9th to 18th the need is a bit greater.
· 1 KYC member to run The Peel
· 7 in race – mark set, recorders, etc.
· 2 in safety
If you would like to help please call Marianne at613-545-1322
or sign up on line at www.cork.org
KYC Signaling Cannon now on Display!
Since running the story of the re-discovered KYC signaling cannon, we have decided to put it on temporary display in the main lounge at the Clubhouse. Take a look and admire this piece of ordnance from another day.
Please click on this link, to read the whole story.
David Page, KYC Archivist
Laser Championships in July
You will notice in the calendar below that we have some events planned in conjunction with the various Laser Championships being held in July. During the listed dates, please note that your Club will be busier than usual. We will be hosting many of the participants, volunteers, and spectators for dinners and events on Club property.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation during these times. KYC is proud to be a part of these events and look forward to hosting all those involved.
Upcoming Events at KYC July 3 Main Duck July 5 Laser Standard - Mid Competition Social + BBQ July 11 Laser Masters - Opening Ceremonies July 18 Laser Masters - Closing Ceremonies July 23 Partridge Bowl For a complete list of upcoming events please visit:
KPSS Upcoming Courses
Please visit the KPSS website to register: kingstonboatingandsailing.ca
or contact May Corcoran at 613 536-5367