Corinthian Sailing Club
February, 2004 White Rock Lake
Feb 28th -SMU Spring Regatta
April 3rd -Spruce Up Day
April 4th -Splash Day
April 4th -Junior Open House and Break Out Party
April 24th-25th -Leukemia Cup Regatta at CSC
May 1st-2nd -Leukemia Cup Regatta at DCYC
February ERC Comen
March ERC Miller
Leukemia Cup Dinghy Regatta
The Dallas Corinthian Yacht Club and Corinthian Sailing Club have
joined together to host an expanded Leukemia Cup Regatta this year
to benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society helping to fight
blood-related cancers. The regatta will consist of a Dinghy Regatta
on April 24-25 at CSC and a Keelboat Regatta on May 1-2 at DCYC
on Lake Lewisville. The Dinghy Regatta at White Rock Lake will be
open to dinghies and Corinthian Class boats. Five boats of any one
class will race as a one-design class. Boats that do not form a
one-design class will race as a handicap class. Watch the website
and future newsletters for more details. The NOR should be on the
website in a couple of weeks.
A New By-Law - Member Service Requirement
At the CSC Annual Business Meeting held on January 15th, 2004 at
Royal Oaks Country Club, a By-Laws addition was approved that encourages
involvement by all club members in club activities. As an all volunteer
organization, without any paid staff, we depend entirely on our
membership to keep the club afloat and functioning. The By-Laws
change defines a minimum service requirement which has been set
at 8 hours for 2004 and applies to each regular and associate membership.
This requirement may be fulfilled by the member, or the member's
spouse or dependents.
To assist the membership in fulfilling this requirement, projects,
such as helping with Spruce-Up Day, special club regattas or social
events, cleanup or special construction tasks, will be identified
in our club newsletter, The Mainsheet. In addition, a new Help Wanted
forum will be added to our website where requests for assistance
may be posted.
How will this be administered? It is each member's responsibility
to seek out opportunities to serve the club. As part of next year's
(2005) membership renewal, each member will be asked to state that
they have fulfilled the service requirement or remit a fee in lieu
of having performed the service. The Board has set that fee at $100
for this year.
The Member Service Requirement may be fulfilled through participation
in any of the following activities:
Helping with club sponsored work days, shoreline cleanup or
Assisting in a club sponsored sailing education program
Serving on race committee duty for club sponsored regattas
Helping with club sponsored social events
Participating on a Board of Director's committee
Completing other activities approved by a club officer
Your Board wants to actively involve each of you in the club's
activities, for your enjoyment as well as the club's benefit. In
many cases paying a $100 fee may seem the lesser of payment when
compared to an eight hour service requirement. We understand some
members may elect to submit $100 rather than become more actively
involved. This is a fee not a penalty and no stigma is associated
with a member's choice to elect cash over service. We look forward
to seeing more folks involved and sharing in the benefit each of
us will see.
Current Posted CSC Service Requests
Maintenance Opportunities -- Pier Rear
Junior Program Assistance -- Sailing Education Commodore
Second Saturday Shoreline Clean-up -- Lori Block
Archivist --Richard Wade
The annual meeting of the fleet was held on January 10, 2004 during
which the following officers were elected:
Captain Bob Manning
Racing committee Alan Caldwell
Entertainment Rene'e and Mark Pinkston
Communications Kurt and Carla Kretsinger
Treasurer Max Hibbs
Harold Westerheim Honored
OLD SALT TROPHY for 2003 was awarded to Harold Westerheim at the
annual business meeting.
In making the award Max Hibbs described Salt as an ingredient that
gives savor, piquancy or zest. It expresses sharpness of wit, pungency,
and common sense. Salt denotes a dependable steadfast person used
in the phrase "salt of the earth". It also means a sailor
when used in the phrase "a tale worthy of an old salt".
This trophy is meant for a man who is the salt of the earth; a
man who for many years has been the backbone of the Rebel Fleet.
We give this Old Salt trophy to Harold Westerheim although over
the years he has proven that he will never grow old. Congratulations
For The Love of the Lake
For the Love of the Lake (FTLOTL) is a grass-roots group of volunteers
working to improve White Rock Lake in cooperation with the Dallas
Park and Recreation Department. Since 1995, FTLOTL has organized
the Second Saturday Shoreline Spruce-Up. The second Saturday of
each month, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., volunteers pick up trash
and debris at White Rock Lake. The Corinthian Sailing Club (CSC)
is one of 44 groups who have adopted a portion of the shoreline
and park to reduce the liter and make White Rock Lake safe and enjoyable
for everyone. CSC is responsible for maintaining that portion of
the shoreline in front of the club.
We want to thank Cynthia and Bryan Hagar, Warren Lyon, Bill Summitt,
Kevin Flynn, Ken and Kendra Brown, Mac McCoy, Bowman and Jim O'Connor,
and Phyllis Blomstedt for participating in the January Second Saturday
Shoreline Spruce-Up. For more information about FTLOTL, please look
at its website http://www.whiterocklake.org.
RACE OFFICER TRAINING & CERTIFICATION
Advanced RACE MANAGEMENT SEMINAR
February 28-29, 2004
Phone 972-771-6500; Fax 972-772-3508 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rush Creek Yacht Club, 320 Rush Creek Dr Heath, TX
This seminar is sponsored by the US SAILING Race Management Committee,
Area F and Rush Creek Yacht Club. It is designed for people who
have some race committee experience but newcomers are also welcome.
It will be held at Rush Creek Yacht Club; will begin at 0900 and
end at 1700 on Saturday, February 28 and; begin again at 0800 and
end at 1700 on Sunday, February 29, 2004.
The topics covered include: RC objectives, competition formats,
sailing instructions, RC jobs, RC equipment, race day preparations,
setting the course, starts, during the race, finishing, post-race
RC responsibilities and scoring.
The principal instructor for the seminar is Brad Davis, a US SAILING
National Race Officer and US Sailing Judge. He will be assisted
by Jim Tichenor, also National Race Officer and the Area F Race
Officer, and by Gail Bernstein, a Regional Race Officer and Area
At the seminar you will need your own copy of The Racing Rules
of Sailing ("RRS"). People who pre-register will be sent
by email or fax a set of race management study questions to be used
in preparation for the seminar. They can also be downloaded from
the US Sailing web site. You must complete the precourse study questions
or you will find it difficult to pass the test.
The Race Officer certification test, which is given at the conclusion
of the seminar, is optional. However, in order to be certified in
US SAILING's race officer program, you are required to attend a
complete seminar and to pass the test. You will also need to have
your own copy of the current US SAILING Race Management Handbook.,
and meet the program's other criteria. The passing grade for Club
is 70 and Regional is 80. National requires a three question essay
test and a score of 90.
The workshop fee ($45.00) includes: continental breakfast and lunch
on Saturday and Sunday, and all workshop materials. A registration
form is enclosed.
Advance registration is required, and the number of participants
is limited to 30. The deadline for advance registrations is February
14, 2004. The estimate time required to complete the study questions
is 5 to 10 hours.
Saturday February 28, 2004
0900 Seminar begins
1700 Seminar ends for the day
Sunday February 29, 2004
0800 Seminar continues
1700 Seminar concludes
For further information, contact Lisa Blankenship at 972-771-6500
or fax 972-772-3508 or email email@example.com or Brad Davis 972-771-9987
/ email firstname.lastname@example.org
Advance registration is required.
The completed registration and seminar fee must be received
by Rush Creek Yacht Club by February 14, 2004.
MINUTES OF THE 2004 CORINTHIAN SAIL CLUB
JANUARY 15th, 2004
The meeting was called to order by Frank Richards at 8:00 PM
Commodore Richards opened the meeting by welcoming the membership
and directing their attention to the by-law ballots and financial
statements on each of the tables. He then began the discussion of
old business with the reports from the board members.
Registrar of Slips and Davits - Jeff Bodkin:
Davit utilization is currently at 96% and has hovered between
that number and 93% throughout the year. Boat pad fill rates have
remained close to 60% occupancy throughout the year. It was noted
that many of the members have re-built davits in the past year and
this has helped the overall appearance of the Club facilities. Mr.
Bodkin will continue in this role for 2004
Rear Commodore Membership - Dudley Bayne:
It was noted that the Club had 201 Regular Members in 2003 plus
92 Associate and 8 Honorary for a total of 301 Memberships. Overall
we had 60 new members join the Club in 2003. Mr. Bayne will continue
as Rear Commodore Membership.
Rear Commodore Pier - Mo Berry:
Mo indicated that his efforts for 2003 were 30% under budget. Projects
undertaken in 2003 included replacing the Laser pad and walkway
nearby, renovation of the fire suppression system, replacement of
the walkway at the South gate and starting the expansion of the
tack room. Thanks were offered to Allen Schmidt for his efforts
to maintain the Club facilities. Greta Mittman was introduced as
the Rear Commodore Pier for 2004.
Rear Commodore Entertainment and Publicity - Steve and Dee McCombs:
Dee began her presentation by indicating that the social budget
for 2003 was slightly over budget and ran through a list of items
purchased for the many successful events that were hosted. It was
noted that our efforts to sell CSC coffee mugs were very successful
having sold out of inventory very quickly, but that we did have
several T-shirts available for purchase from the variety of events
sponsored by the Club in 2003. Dee felt that their efforts in 2003
held true to the traditions of the Club but was proud of the new
traditions introduced such as the Sailing for Rhino's fundraiser
which raised $1800 for conservation; boats / beer / and brats party;
and live auction at the awards dinner which raised $4,600 for the
Carol Gough Sailing Education Fund. A special thanks was offered
to Michael Mittman for acting as the auctioneer at this event. Rear
Commodore for Entertainment and Publicity in 2004 will be Bob &
Rear Commodore Sailing Education - Sandy Dennison
It was noted that the adult sailing program, woman's racing program,
and juniors sailing programs all had a successful year in 2003.
A special thank you went out to Bob Harrington for his work on the
adult sailing program and Kai Kunnapas for her very successful Dawn
Riley sailing clinic and fundraising dinner. Plans for 2004 will
include a Spring Break-Out Party for the juniors and a junior sailing
email subscription to better keep the information flowing. Sandy
indicated that he would return as Rear Commodore Sailing Education
Rear Commodore Equipment - Bob Harrington:
Accomplishments for 2003 included the purchase of a new 18' Boston
Whaler rescue boat and rebuilding the davit for same to accommodate
the additional weight. Bob thanked the many folks who helped out
with the adult sailing classes and indicated that of the 29 students
who participated in 2003 four purchased boats and are now keeping
them at the Club. Bob will continue as Rear Commodore Equipment
Vice Commodore - Tom Miller:
The 2003 racing program at CSC was a successful one with well
attended weekend races and many newer members taking advantage of
the Wednesday night series to increase their skill levels and enjoy
the Club. Special events for 2003 included hosting the Area F qualifying
events for the Adams and Mallory Cup competitions. A special thank
you was given to Bob Gough for his help as PRO for these events.
Additionally the format was changed for the Lake Championship which
was determined to be a success. It was noted that the Club purchased
US Sailing Rule books that are still available to the membership
at a very reasonable cost. Plans for 2004 include race management
seminars and our hosting of the dinghy portion of the Leukemia Cup
Regatta, a very prestigious and worthwhile event. A request for
volunteers to help work this event was made to the membership. Tom
will continue in his current capacity for 2004.
Treasurer - Greta Mittman:
The Club began the 2003 calendar year with $66,000 in working
capital. A budget was set for the year with $133,000 of income and
$174,000 of expenses projected. Notable capital expenses in this
budget included the purchase of the 17' Whaler rescue boat and replacement
of several piers and docks. Actual revenues for 2003 fell $11,000
short of the forecasted amount at $122,000 which was largely the
result of more stringent enrollment requirements for the Junior
Sailing camps. Additionally the Club did not receive any income
from advertising sources using the facilities. Offsetting this loss
of income was a $14,000 reduction in expenditures largely as a result
of the facility improvements and junior sailing equipment costs
coming in significantly under budget. It was noted that the social
programs did come in over budget for 2003, but generally acknowledged
that these efforts benefited the membership as a whole. The club
also supported several charitable causes related to sailing. Going
into 2004, the Club has $28,000 of working capital available. The
$52,000 in the emergency fund remains and invested in certificates
of deposit. Total reserves for the Club in 2004 are $80,000. It
was also noted that the Club still holds title to the 15' Boston
Whaler and that it is available for purchase. Susan Justus was announced
as Treasurer for 2004.
Secretary - Rob Edwards:
Commodore Richards announced that Rob was ill and unable to
attend this evenings meeting. He thanked Rob for his success in
publishing the newsletter in 2003. For 2004, Bob Manning will assume
the duties of Secretary.
At this point Commodore Richards put the issue of changes to the
bylaws before the membership and introduced Jeff Bodkin, chairman
of the bylaws committee, to lead the discussion. The format used
to review and vote on the 7 proposed changes was a discussion of
the intent of each issue with an opportunity for members to raise
any questions regarding the proposal being discussed. After addressing
all questions from the members regarding the proposals the floor
was opened to discussion on each point in turn. Once the membership
had concluded the discussions each point was brought to a show of
hands vote. Had any of the votes been close a re-count via written
ballot was available. Based upon 42 voting memberships in attendance
and a 2/3rds majority required to change the bylaws a quantity of
28 votes were required to enact a change. The results and number
of affirmative votes are shown below. The revised bylaws, along
with a markup showing the approved changes, are posted on the website.
TOPIC 1: MANDATORY SERVICE
ARTICLE II - MEMBERSHIP, SECTION 1 - REQUIREMENTS
Passed with 37 affirmative votes
TOPIC 2: YOUTH AND GROUP MEMBERSHIPS
ARTICLE II - MEMBERSHIP, SECTION 1 - REQUIREMENTS and SECTION 3
Passed with 33 affirmative votes
TOPIC 3: MAINTENANCE AND USE OF DAVITS
ARTICLE II - MEMBERSHIP, SECTION 6 - SUSPENSION
Passed with 30 affirmative votes
TOPIC 4: EXPULSION OF ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
ARTICLE II - MEMBERSHIP, SECTION 7 - EXPULSION
Passed with 35 affirmative votes
TOPIC 5: BOAT STORAGE and STORAGE OF PERSONAL ITEMS IN COMMON
ARTICLE II - MEMBERSHIP, SECTION 9 - SLIP AND DAVIT OWNERSHIP
Topic was split to address 2 sub sections individually and vote
on the remainder of the points as a whole.
(f) Limit storage of board boats to dingy pad area
Defeated with 22 affirmative votes
(h) Limit the size of boats moored on White Rock Lake by club members
Passed with 30 affirmative votes
(g) Define maximum weight and length, and water clearance restrictions
for boats in davits to minimize collateral damage caused by over
(i) Limit the storage of materials that may harm the club or its
(j) Prohibit the storage of private property in common areas of
(k) Identify the owner's responsibility for his own equipment.
Passed with 34 affirmative votes
TOPIC 6: MAINTENANCE OF DAVITS
ARTICLE II - MEMBERSHIP, SECTION 15 - CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF
DAVITS AND BOATS
Passed with 35 affirmative votes
TOPIC 7: CORRECTION OF TERMINOLOGY
ARTICLE VI - COMMITTEES, SECTION 2 - RACE COMMITTEE
Passed by unanimous consent.
A motion was then made from the floor to modify several of the
newly amended bylaws. Unanimous consent is required to approve any
motions from the floor.
Section 1 paragraph (e):
(e) Members participating in the race program with non-fleet boats
who are not already assigned duty in another fleet may be assigned
to race committee duty by the Vice Commodore.
Passed by unanimous consent.
ARTICLE II - MEMBERSHIP, SECTION 9 - SLIP AND DAVIT OWNERSHIP
Limitations to boats stored in davits.
1) The maximum weight shall not exceed 1,000 pounds based on the
manufacturer's specified weight.
(j) Privately owned equipment shall not be stored in common areas
of the club for longer than 24 hours without the consent of the
Rear Commodore of Piers.
Passed by unanimous consent.
ARTICLE IV - OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
SECTION 3. VICE COMMODORE. The Vice Commodore shall serve as Executive
Officer and shall succeed the Commodore in the event the Commodore
is unable to complete the term of office. The Vice Commodore shall
assist the Commodore in the discharge of duties and in the absence
of the Commodore shall act as Commodore. The Vice Commodore shall
be responsible for the club race program.
Passed by unanimous consent.
ELECTION OF 2004 OFFICERS
Commodore Richards then introduced Past Commodore Bob Gough who
chaired the Past Commodores nominating committee. Bob presented
the proposed slate of officers to the Club for 2004. A motion from
the floor was introduced to accept the board as proposed which was
unanimously approved. The 2004 Officers for the Corinthian Sailing
Commodore - Richard Wade
Vice Commodore - Tom Miller
Rear Commodore, Membership - Dudley Bayne
Rear Commodore, Pier - Greta Mittman
Rear Commodore, Entertainment and Publicity - Robert and Diane Van
Rear Commodore, Equipment - Bob Harrington
Rear Commodore, Sailing Education - Sandy Dennison
Treasurer - Susan Justus
Registrar of Slips and Davits - Jeff Bodkin
Secretary - Bob Manning
At this point, Commodore Richards thanked the 2003 Board of Directors
for their efforts, with special thanks to the outgoing board members.
He recognized Bob Gough for being named Area F PRO-of-the-Year and
then turned the meeting over to the incoming Commodore Richard Wade
to conduct the new business portion of the meeting.
Commodore Wade presented Frank Richards with a CSC burgee as a
gift of thanks for his stewardship of the Club in 2003 and then
introduced 5 initiatives that he would like the Club to focus on
CSC will join DCYC in expanding the Leukemia Cup Regatta to a two
weekend event and host a dinghy regatta on White Rock Lake for the
first time. Mark Smith and Red Dog Jones were announced as CSC co-chairs
of this event. A request for help from the membership in the areas
of sponsorship, entertainment, and social events was put to the
CSC will host the US Snipe Masters Regatta on October 7-9, 2004.
A total of 30-50 boats are expected to attend this 6 race series
which will receive national attention.
Social events like the First Friday series of parties will continue
in 2004. Commodore Wade asked the membership to continue to make
use of the facilities and participate in these events.
A long term plan for Club infrastructure improvements was suggested.
Maintenance of Club docks will utilize a new materials such as galvanized
steel and plastic as a test bed for additional projects to come.
Results will be shared with the membership as a whole and comments
will be requested. Assuming the results are positive these technologies
will be applied to the entire facility including those areas renovated
in the last 3-5 years.
Commodore Wade expressed his hope that the membership will continue
to be involved in the day to day business of the Club.
In closing Commodore Wade acknowledged that the bylaw changes have
been sensitive issues but asked that the membership keep in mind
that the intent is to make the Club a better place.
Recipients of the following awards were announced.
Old Salt's trophy: Harold Westerheim
Norm Watkins award: Sandy Dennison
MOTION FROM THE FLOOR
Ralph "red dog" Jones made a motion from the floor to
recognize Lori Block for her efforts in behalf of the Club with
the Love of the Lake Organization and David and Debbie Butler for
their work to bring the Leukemia Cup Regatta to CSC.
The meeting was adjourned at 10:25 pm on Thursday January 15th,
Membership Committee Report to the Annual
Club membership grows solidly but slowly. Regular membership increased
by 5 members during each of the past two years. The number of associate
members increased by 15 in 2002, and declined by 5 in 2003.
The above numbers are net. The total number of regular plus associate
members went up by 20 in 2002, and was constant during 2003. However,
people come and people go. During 2003, 63 new members were added
to the Club roles, so that 63 members left (moved away, got sick,
got lazy and took up golf, or whatever.) During 2002, 66 new members
were added, so that 46 went away. Honorary membership declined from
10 to 8 during 2003. One member passed away, while another requested
that they receive no more communication from the Club.
Friends of the Club increased from 4 to 10 during the past two
years. The additions were members of other sailing clubs who generously
contribute to Corinthian Sailing Club in various ways.
Rear Commodore, Membership
2004 Tentative Junior Program Plans
Summer 2004 Sail Classes
Our summer 2004 program is tentatively planned to run for 10 weeks
from May 31 through August 6, with four two week sail class sessions
running from 9am-2pm each day. We are pleased that Megan Chrowstowski,
one of our coaches from last summer, has committed to return for
another year. We are now on the look-out for a second certified
coach to round out our summer staff. Several of our more experienced
junior racing sailors will also be returning to help out with the
beginner and intermediate classes as student coaches.
Our summer program will begin with a two-week open sail class from
May 31-June 11. This class which will also be suitable for beginners.
The following week of June 14-20 will be devoted to race training
and participation in junior regattas. We will start that week with
a race clinic on June 14 which will include a 2 day clinic conducted
by John Kolius. The week will conclude with our junior sailors competing
in Dallas Youth Race Week on June 17-20, which will include a regatta
at CSC the weekend of June 19-20. After Dallas Race Week we will
hold 2 back-to-back 2 week junior sailing classes, which will include
a class geared for beginners from June 21-July 2 and an intermediate
/ advanced class from July 5 - July 15. For our racing Laser sailors
there will be a two-day Laser clinic sponsored by TSA conducted
by John Kolius at Houston Yacht Club on July 15-16. From July 17-24
our junior sailors and coaches will be in Houston to compete at
Texas Youth Race Week. We will all then return to Dallas for a final
two-week class session from July 26 - August 6, which will be open
to beginners, those who have been through the program and want more
experience and all other juniors who want to get in some more sailing
before the summer ends.
To sum up, the tentative schedule for summer 2004 is as follows:
May 31 - June 11: Two-Week Open Junior Sailing Class (Also Suitable
June 14-20: Racing Clinic/Dallas Youth Race Week;
June 21-July 2: Two-Week Beginner Junior Sailing Class;
July 5 - 15: Two-Week Intermediate/Advanced Junior Sailing Class;
July 16-24: Texas Youth Race Week, Galveston Bay; and
July 26 - August 6: Two-Week Open/Beginner Junior Sailing Class.
Mark your calendars now. Registration Forms will be posted on the
website in the Spring and distributed to those on our CSC Junior
Parent Email List. To add your name to the list, send an email to
email@example.com with the subject line reading "Add Me to
the CSC Junior Parent Email List."
Junior Open House/Spring Break-Out Party.
A Junior Open House and Spring Break-Out Party is planned for Sunday,
April 4, 2004, weather permitting. An alternate date will likely
be May 2nd . Invite your friends who have an interest in sailing
and encourage them to join CSC and enroll in our summer sailing
classes. There will be open sailing for CSC juniors and boat rides
for your invited guests. As with our Halloween Party last fall,
there will also be some fun activities organized around sailing.
Mark your calendar now for these tentative dates and check your
email and the CSC website for further details as we firm them up.
If you would like to help with planning contact Sandy Denison at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-826-3998, who will put you in touch with
Nicole Keehn who has agreed to Chair the planning committee.
Leukemia Cup Regatta at CSC April 24-25, 2004
We also want to encourage junior Optimist and Laser Radial sailors
to sail in the Leukemia Cup Regatta for Dinghies at CSC April 24-25,
2004. We will run a separate course for juniors and other single
handed boats. There will be a reduced entry fee for juniors, which
will be waived if the junior comes with a donor sponsor to the Leukemia
Fund - there will be no minimum donation. The specifics will be
spelled out in the Notice of Regatta, which will soon be posted
on the CSC website. As discussed below, we plan to make the Leukemia
Cup the first stop on the new North Texas Regional Junior Circuit.
High School Sailing
SEISA 2003-04 Regatta Schedule. CSC's bylaws now provide the opportunity
for High School Sailing Teams/Clubs to join CSC as a group. The
2003-04 SEISA High School Sailing Regatta Schedule (covering Texas,
Louisiana, Oklahoma, the Florida panhandle and several other states)
is posted on the TSA website: http://www.txsail.org. For more information
on forming a High School Sailing Club/Team contact Sandy Denison
and check out the Southeast Interscholastic Sailing Association
(SEISA) website: http://www.seisa.org.
SEISA High School Super Bowl Regatta. It may be winter, but High
School sailing is still in season. On the weekend of January 31
- February 1, Houston hosted two Super Bowls, one for football and
the other for high school sailing. CSC's Paul Denison, representing
B.T. Washington H.S for the Visual and Performing Arts, competed
in the SEISA Super Bowl Regatta for Lasers at the Houston Yacht
Club. After 14 races over two days Paul finished 3rd overall against
entries from high school sailing teams throughout Texas and Louisiana.
Want More Information. . . .
For further information regarding our plans for Race Clinics, Sunday
Open Sailing when the weather warms up in the Spring, Junior Spruce-Up
Day, the 2004 TSA Regatta Schedule and how you can volunteer to
help out with the junior program regularly check the junior page
on the CSC website and get your name added to the CSC Junior Parent
Email List by sending an email to email@example.com with the subject
line reading "Add Me to the CSC Junior Parent Email List."
The Main Sheet - Your Newsletter
The Main Sheet belongs to each member of the club. This is an invitation
to all members to submit articles about the club, regattas, meetings,
fleets, awards, members, family and community. The deadline for
information is the 20th of the month. Please submit articles to
Secretary@CSCSailing.org. Any suggestions concerning improvements
to the newsletter are welcome. If you have experienced formatting
problems with the newsletter, please contact me at the email address
Corinthian Sailing Club
Membership in the Corinthian Sailing Club is open to anyone with
an interest in sailing. Club facilities are located at 441 E. Lawther
Drive on beautiful White Rock Lake. Phone 214-320-0841. Email address
is firstname.lastname@example.org. Mailing address is Corinthian Sailing Club,
PO Box 180087, Dallas, TX 75218.