THE MAIN SHEET
CORINTHIAN SAILING CLUB
JUNE 2004 WHITE ROCK LAKE
CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE WINNERS
Paul finished 1st in the Laser Radial Class at the TSA Junior Regatta
May 1and 2
Kelly won the 2004 Flying Scot Texas Districts, May 22-23. Complete
results and photos are available on the CSC website.
The Corinthian Fleet has volunteered at least 7 boats to be sailed
in the White Rock Lake Championship Races September 19th and 25th.
MEMBERSHIP MESSAGE FROM DUDLEY BAYNE
Since the beginning of 2004, Corinthian has 27 new Associate
members and 7 Regular members. Be on the lookout for these folks
and welcome them into the Club.
Henry Wells & Carol Gantt
Bob & Teri Ducar
Tim & Kristin McCune
Richard & Kate McLaron
Thomas & Gail Smith
Steven & Mary Bergman
Tony & Barbara Passarello
Damon & Heidi Black
William & Stephanie Bolt
Tom & Mary Alice Garrison
Burton & Betty Shepherd
Kate Singleton & Mark Powers
Patrick & Debby Henry
Robert & Karin Talty
Gibb & Dana Joseph
Allan & Laura Tepera
M.O. & Jennifer Killion
Jonathan & Robin Thalheimer
ENTERTAINMENT AND PUBLICITY
MAY 1ST FRIDAY FIESTA
Cool, steady breezes make sailing in May an absolute delight. Weve
had fun at the Clubhouse, too, beginning with our First Friday celebration,
Margaritas & Mariachis fiesta in honor of Cinco
de Mayo. The weather was fine, and with wonderful help and a good
turnout, it was a success! The evening featured the 6-man troupe,
Mariachis los Monarcas, who entranced our audience with
their melodic tunes, with the lake and sunset in the background.
It was truly a memorable experience. We hope more of you will come
to our next First Friday... more about that coming up!
MEMORIAL DAY REMEMBRANCE AND CELEBRATION
As you know, on Sunday May 30, in honor of our Memorial Day holiday
weekend we will have a celebration beginning at 5pm, after the races.
youll come and enjoy this special occasion. Bring your family,
your appetites and sailing spirit! Members are free; guests, $10
Wednesday Night Fun Races Are Underway
May 29-30- Snipe Southwestern Regatta
May 30- Memorial Day Remembrance Celebration
June 2- Junior Sailing Classes Start
June 4- 1st Friday
June 4- Corinthian Captains Challenge
June 7- Adult Sailing Lessons Start
June 12-13- Butterfly Wrangle Regatta
June 19-20- Dallas Youth Race Week - CSC
JUNE 4TH FIRST FRIDAY
Our next First Friday comes up fast: June 4th will be right on
the heels of memorial Day, so dont miss it! Our theme is Pirates
of the Polka, and we are
looking forward to an evening with lots of fun. Come with pirate
gear, and you could win some Booty, Matey! We are excited to have
Matt Tolentino, accordionist extraordinaire, dazzle us all with
his polished, flaming-hot talent before he leaves Dallas to embark
on his first European tour! Well be planning our Independence
Day celebration, so if youd like to help with that or any
upcoming events, call Bob or Diane Van Buren. Wed be happy
to have your help! See you at the Club!
SPECIAL OLYMPICS 2004
Wednesday night, June 2nd, we will be sailing the 2004 Special
Olympics Regatta. We currently have 14 athletes, and 13 Unified
Partners. The skippers meeting is at 5 PM, and we will be
serving dinner on the dock to participants.
We are planning to run 2 races prior to the regular Wednesday Night
sailing races. We will bring the competitors in to the dock for
dinner, then compete with the Wednesday night sailing races, and
end the evening with awards on the dock.
The following are committed to be Unified Partners. Please confirm
with Joni that you are planning to participate ASAP. (214) 553 -
Phil Morris Kelly Gough Mike Mikeska Greta Mittman
George S. Jeff Perna John Diggens
Tommy Miller Red Dog Steve Comen
Prater M. Pat Manicchia Rolando F.
The following are committed to help run the regatta. Please confirm
with Joni that you are planning to participate ASAP.
Jeff Bodkin (PRO) Heidi Gough (photos) Bob Harrington Tracy Aber
(babysit??) Michael Mittman Frank Richards Renee Comen(food) Bob
Gough Ted Perna Joni Seifrick (food, trophies) -50 year old- Chris
As you can see, this looks like a fun regatta and an enjoyable
evening on the dock. Please let Joni know if you would like to donate
food, drinks, or paper goods for dinner. Please let Jeff Bodkin
know if you would like to help on duty. We may need third crews
if the wind blows, so, come down to the lake Wednesday evening to
cheer on the athletes and enjoy the evening.
Please welcome our junior coaches Megan Chrowstowski and Evan Daugherty
to the club. They will be out at the club almost every day throughout
the summer running our junior classes and working with our junior
race team to prepare for this summer's regattas.
In conjunction with Dallas Youth Race Week there will be a Junior
Race Clinic taught personally by world class sailor John Kolius.
It is for junior sailors who already have racing experience. It
will be held at Rush Creek Yacht Club June 14-16 immediately before
the first venue of Dallas Youth Race Week which will also be at
Rush Creek. June 17-18. The second venue of Race Week will be at
CSC on the weekend of June 19-20. More information on the Race Clinic
and Dallas Youth Race Week is posted on the junior page of the CSC
To keep up-to-date on CSC junior activities, have your name added
to the CSC Junior Parent email list by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
with the subject line reading "Add me to the CSC Junior Parent
Summer 2004 Junior Sailing Classes
The schedule for our summer 2004 program of junior sailing class
sessions, clinics and regattas is as follows:
May 31-June 11- Session I: General Beginner/Intermediate Sailing
June 14-20 - Dallas Youth Race Week/Kolius Racing Clinic
June 21-July 2 - Session II: Beginner/Novice Sailing Class
July 5 15 - Session III: Intermediate/Advanced Sailing/Racing
July 16-24 - Texas Youth Race Week, Galveston Bay
July 26 - August 6 - Session IV: General Beginner/Intermediate Sailing
Mark your calendars now. Registration Forms are posted on the CSC
website and in the clubhouse. If you have any questions contact
Texas Sailing Association (TSA) Youth Circuit Regattas
The TSA Youth Circuit Schedule for 2004 has now been set. Upcoming
TSA Circuit regattas you should consider attending are:
June 17-18 - Rush Creek YC (Dallas Youth Race Week)
June 19-20 - CSC (Dallas Youth Race Week)
July 17-24 - Texas Race Week.
BUTTERFLY WRANGLE REGATTA
For 35 years, the Butterfly Fleet has held its annual WRANGLE REGATTA.
While it has been a Butterfly event for all of those years, the
Lasers joined us 3 years ago, making it bigger and better. This
year, the regatta will take place on June 12th and 13th. The registration
begins on Saturday at 8:30 with the skippers meeting at 9:30. The
first warning signal will be at 10:30, or whenever the committee
decides it should be.
The entry fee is $20.00 for Butterflys and Lasers. For Radials
full rigged Butterflys and Lasers with a skipper that will not have
his 20th birthday in 2004, the fee is $15.00
Fees include lunch on Saturday and a continental breakfast on
Saturday and Sunday.
The Butterfly Fleet has 2 boats that can be used if you want to
us but do not have a boat. These will be on a first come, first
serve basis. So, come and race with us. The Wrangle is always a
lot of fun.
If you have any questions, call me at 214-368-5797 or email me at
FOR THE LOVE OF THE LAKE (FTLOTL)
For the Love of the Lakes Annual Volunteer Appreciation Night
is Saturday, June 26, 2004 at 5:30. We will need sailors and their
sailboats to take the volunteers out on the lake so they too can
enjoy White Rock Lake from the water rather than the shoreline.
FTLOTL throws a great party with good food and drinks! If you have
any questions or want to volunteer your time and boat to a good
group and a fun party, please contact Lauri Block.
MEMBER SERVICE REQUIREMENT REMINDER
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 that 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 improvement projects
· 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
CSC Social: Events Help -- Diane Van Buren
Maintenance Opportunities -- Pier Rear
Junior Program Assistance -- Sailing Education Commodore
Minor Fiberglass Repairs -- Education Commodore
Second Saturday Shoreline Clean-up -- Lauri Block
Contact either the website or individuals shown above to indicate
your willingness to participate.
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 email@example.com. Mailing address is Corinthian Sailing Club,
PO Box 180087, Dallas, TX 75218.