THE MAIN SHEET
CORINTHIAN SAILING CLUB
September 2005 WHITE ROCK LAKE
Flying Scot Open House Regatta
Friday, November 11th, 7pm
Dallas World Aquarium.
We have the entire Rainforest reserved.
Scott Mauney has invited Scott Self to provide a brief talk about
his first-among-seven double-handed boats in the 2005 Centennial
Transpacific Yacht Race to Hawaii. Scott says he has great pictures.
Help Keep White Rock Lake Beautiful
Second Saturday Shoreline Clean-up
Held each month in conjunction with
For the Love of the Lake
Meet at CSC at 9:00
Will Only Take Two Hours
Lori Block Will Coordinate
White Rock Lake Championship 2005
The Corinthian Sailing Club hosted the annual Lake Championship
this month. Qualifying took place on September 11 2005, 13 boats competed
in the Flying Scot and Lightning Class, (three qualifiers), 7 scored
in the handicap class (two qualifiers) and one junior was invited to
participate in the Lake Championship to be sailed in Butterflies. Please
see race results on the web site
for full details.
Saturday morning September 11 2005, seven contestants squared off for
the round robin format finals. Conditions were similar to those common
to the area (warm, light and variable). At the end of the day Richard
Wade was crowned as the new Lake Champion This to go with the Club Championship
title. Congratulations Richard
Corinthian Fleet held their annual Single Handed Regatta
Saturday September 10, 2005
6 boats turned out for the event. Race committee PRO Bob
Harrington set a multiple lap course around 4 marks Mac McCoy finished
in 1 hour 52 minutes, Ken Brown was second (plus 6 minutes) and Bill
Wilson narrowly held off Gina for third. The Fleet will have its
Harvester Cup Regatta Saturday October 8th.
The Corinthian Fleet has grown by one more boat Hull
157 was brought here from Marblehead this month by Jill Perez et al
.115 th Dream is a welcome addition to the Fleet.
Sandy Dennison has been receiving assistance from Steve Comen and Jennifer
Draheim, together theyve been able to provide a course for juniors
on Sundays. Look forward to seeing more of this.
White Rock Lake Museum
A new museum has opened in the Bath House Cultural Center to "preserve
and present the human and natural history of White Rock Lake Park and
its surrounding environment." CSC has helped with the development
of this project and is being recognized as a Bronze Patron sponsor for
our efforts. We will be listed on the Permanent Exhibit Plaque and in
the Museum & Lake Guide. A display on White Rock sailing will be
prominently featured in the White Rock Lake Museum. Check it out. See
museum website for more info.
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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