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Louisville Sailing Club
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September 03, 2015

This weeks schedule:

Saturday, 2:00 - Thistle Racing

Sunday, 11:00 - Laser Racing

Sunday, 2:15 - Highlander Racing

Monday, 1:30 - Sail Around Twelve Mile Island for the Styrofoam Cup

Tuesday, 5:00 - Sunfish Racing

Read on...

Crew Duty Assignments

Crew Duties Click Here
Full List of This Years Crew Assignments Click Here
Each individual is responsible to recruit a replacement if they are unable to fulfill their own obligation.
Fleet Captain - If your fleet decides not to race, please contact the crew duty members as soon as possible.

09/05 - 09/06 Bob Roderer; Rick Martinson; Ed Craig

09/02 - 09/13 Bill Timmer; Eugene Cox; Mark Linder
10/10 - 10/11 David Bader; Stuart Ulferts; Kevin Estes
10/17 - 10/18 David Bader; Scott Binzer; Robert Zax
10/24 - 10/25 Mike Sill; John Campbell; Jay Geil
10/31 - 11/01 Lee Gerstle; Ben Weible; Bob Tulenko

Upcoming Events

September 7
Round the Island Sail for the Styrofoam Cup
Starting Gun 1:30
All class of boats are invited.
Food and a good time following the sail.  
Your trophy case is not complete without a collection of Styrofoam Cups.  Every boat will receive an engraved Cup by the club's Commodore.

September 19
Commodore's LSC Sixty Year Celebration; 
Thistle Regatta; Commodore's Social
RSVP Brent Deaves by Sept 14th.

September 26 - 27
Captain's Quarter Regatta


Club House Reservations  - Contact Lisa Hart

Be sure to invite former members. We need them to RSVP so we will have enough food.
Club Reminders
  • Watch your speed on Beachland Beach Road
  • Plug the Starting Box in after running races.
  • In the upper lot, park your boats in neat rows on the east side of the road.
  • Use the tie downs to secure your boat on the lower level.
Club Work List
  • Build three cradles for launching Club boats. There are plenty of 2"x4"s laying around the property. (This would be a good job for those of you who use club boats.)
  • Check gutters of club house and install missing gutter guard that is laying on the lower deck.
  • Weed wack the weeds at the front gate.
  • Straighten Gate Post
  • Clean Out the Tool Shed
 
Despite the river not cooperating most of the summer, the club is looking great. Trees have been trimmed, to give the grounds a more park like atmosphere. Boat are finally populating the lower area. Do your part and help keep it clean.
Thanks to Lee Gerstle for securing a replacement refrigerator.