Posts for November 2003

#178 SOUTHERN BAY RACING NEWS YOU CAN USE

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SBR News You Can Use
Southern Bay Region 4 Scheduling Meeting:  The first meeting of our clubs' representatives to set up the 2004 big boat schedule is one week from today.  Martin Holland, region scheduler, reminds everyone that the meeting is set for Monday night, DECEMBER 1, 2003, at 7:00 pm at Hampton Yacht Club in the upstairs dining room.  Martin's goal is to have the big boat schedule ready for print by January 5, 2004.  Monday night will be first draft time. 
 
PHRF of the Chesapeake  has wrapped up the 2003 season.  Close to 1200 racing boats sailed under PHRF ratings this year.  For 2004 Randy Pugh will serve as vice-president of our ...

Eugene Sydnor Estate Sale

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The estate of former Fishing Bay member, Eugene B. Sydnor, is being sold Dec 5th 6th and 7th at his home, 6000 St. Andrews Lane, Richmond. 9AM until 4PM.
His entire collection of sailing books, art , ship models, and sailing theme related china, silver, linens etc. will be sold.

#177 SOUTHERN BAY RACING NEWS YOU CAN USE

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SBR News You Can Use
FBYC AUTUMN SERIES IS A WRAP - SHAMROCK and LA MAGA rule the Series:  Bob Rock's Shamrockwon the combined spinnaker fleet and the PHRF A Division at the FBYC 2 Race Autumn Series.  Miles Booth, Shenanigan, took second among combined spinnies.  On the Non-Spin side of the course, Allan Heyward, La Maga, was first and Eric Powers, Nercid finished second.  PRO: Randy Alley

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CLUBS'  RACE CAPTAINS:  Please contact immediately  our region scheduler, Martin Holland, so that he can provide you with information concerning the up coming scheduling meeting(s)  for next year's  PHRF/MORC/COD events (sanctioned as well as non-sanctioned).  THIS IS IMPORTANT.  Please call ...

Join Us for Holiday Cheer! December 17th at 6PM

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Club News
Please bring your favorite beverages and a festive hors d'oeuvre to accompany Jane and Dixie's turkey rolls and ham biscuits. Please RSVP to Jane Hall at ce.ja.hall@mindspring.com . To quote Millie Hampton of the Dept. of Social Services, Middlesex County. "It's the teenagers who get the short end of the stick." Santa Claus shouldn't forget you when you turn fourteen. Help bring Christmas to the needy teens of Middlesex Co. too. Please bring a wrapped gift with a blank gift tag and a note identifying gender, size, and contents. Below at Read More is a suggestion list.

TEEN BOYS AGES 14 TO 17 SLIM, SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE, HUSKEY/BIG SIZES

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  • ICSA Sloop Nationals

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    One Design Racing
    I havn't seen many of you since this past summer, so I thought that I'd give you an update on how college sailing has been going for me this fall. Having qualified in J-22s a month ago, this past weekend I traveled to the NY Maritime College for the ICSA Sloop National Championships.The regatta was sailing in three man crewed Flying Scots in the East River and Long Island Sound. On Friday we had very puffy conditions at around 15-20 in the East River. We got off four races and were in Sixth at the end of the day, only seven points spreading us from the leaders, Kings Point.

    Saturday brought high winds and freezing conditions. With ...

    Leukemia Cup Regatta Wins award

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    Leukemia Cup
    At the National Leadership Conference for the LLS in Cleveland this weekend, The Southern Bay Chesapeake Leukemia Cup Regatta was recognized as one of the best in the nation. Out of 47 Regattas nationwide they only give awards to six chapters and we were one of them. I was proud to be present representing FBYC and the regatta committee to receive this award. We should be very proud that we are part of this amazing organization and that is truly making a difference in eradicating all blood related cancers by raising money for research, our regatta is helping them achieve this goal. If all the survivors could thank you personally they would. To them it is because of us that ...

    #176 SOUTHERN BAY RACING NEWS YOU CAN USE

    Lin Mccarthy on

    SBR News You Can Use
    For 2004, think about the Lloyd Phoenix Trophy.  The 2003 US SAILING OFFSHORE CHAMPIONSHIP was held in October in Annapolis and it was won by a team from Rochester, NY, Area E.  The Chesapeake Bay (CBYRA) is a part of Area C.  The skipper and crew that represented Area C (our Area) in the competition were from a J/44, Vamp (Skipper Leonard Sitar, Holmdel, NJ).  Areas A and B finished 2nd and 3rd respectively.  Area C did not get a sniff of "a place in the money."  Wouldn't it be nice if next year we could nominate a boat from the southern Bay for the Area C slot, and maybe, just maybe ...

    #175 SOUTHERN BAY RACING NEWS YOU CAN USE

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    CLUB RACING EVENT SCHEDULERS - RAISE YOUR HANDS!   Tom Roberts has taken on the task of coordinating the One-Design (dinghy) Region 4 and Bay-Wide schedule and the Region 4 North Division "big boats" schedule for CBYRA.  Please, if you are the person who is responsible for your club's schedule (or if you know who is), contact Tom immediately at (804) 843-2682  or email him at  Mobjack@crosslink.net.  The scheduling dance is about to begin - get in the loop now!

    2004 Racing Officials Elected:   Randy Alley has been elected the Offshore Division Commander for FBYC for 2004;  Richard Bauer, Jr, will head up FBYC's One Design Division and Noel Clinard the Juniors.

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