2002 ~ Corinthian Sailing Club ~ White Rock Lake ~ Dallas, TX
your Membership Now
Richards reports that membership renewal for 2002 is in full swing. We finished
last year with 284 members. To date, 225 have renewed and 17 have resigned. We
also have 15 new members.
leaves 42 members that we have not heard from. The
renewal was due March 15 and you guys are now delinquent. The board voted to
suspend delinquent members in accordance with the by-laws.
Suspension notices will be going out to those who have not paid dues and fees by
April 15. If payment is not received by May 15, you will be expelled. This is
not good! Please save yourself and the club the aggravation, expense and
embarrassment of this process. Contact the Rear Commodore for Membership, Frank
Richards, at 214-827-4434, firstname.lastname@example.org
or 7274 Williamson Cir, Dallas, TX 75214 if you have any questions. Or better
yet, just send your money.
combinations to the gates and workboats were changed on April 6. The new
combinations are on the back of your new membership card. The work boat
combination is the password to the roster on the website, which has also been
changed. Please do not give the new combinations to anyone. Refer them to Frank
Richards if they have not received their membership packet.
Dukeminier, Rear Commodore for Race, reports a good amount of activity in March
considering the blustery weather we've had. Corinthians, Lightnings and Flying
Scots have turned out fleets on several Sunday afternoons. Our Sunday program is
getting off to a healthy start for the new season. Special thanks go to the
Snipe fleet for fielding a race committee on Easter Sunday.
6 - Spruce Up Day – A few hardy souls braved threatening (and some actual)
rain to repair docks, plumbing and electrical under Mo Berry’s able direction.
7 - Splash Day – Heavy rains effectively splashed out Splash Day. Most of the
attendees were observed bringing beer but no sails to the clubhouse.
27 - CSC Boat Show
April 29 - Adult Sailing Lessons Start
May 1 - Wednesday Night Fun Races Start
May 3 - First Friday Party
11 - Special Olympics Regatta
May 26 - Memorial Day Eve Party
June 3 - Junior Sailing Camp Starts
27 - CSC Boat Show
annual Corinthian Sailing Club Boat Show is open to the public. This is a great
opportunity to promote your fleet and the club. Activities will include sailboat
rides, wooden boats, kayaks, canoes, and remote control boats. Lunch will be
served for $5 per person. If you would like to help, contact Prater
and Nancy Monning .
March of Dimes Walkathon is also scheduled for Saturday, April 27th
at 8:00 am. Most of the walking should wrap up by 9. This might bring some
additional foot traffic and be really good for the Boat Show. Be aware that the
Dallas Police who block Lawther Drive often exhibit little interest or
imagination in directing you to the Club; however the gate should be open from
1 - Wednesday Night Fun Races Start
Wednesday night fun races are back by popular demand. This popular and fun
activity will start on May 1st. The races will start about 7PM each
Wednesday, and the series will run through Labor Day. This is an excellent
opportunity to ease into racing your boat in a low pressure, supportive
environment. Chris would like to extend a special invitation to our novice
sailors to participate in this event. So come out and sail your own boat or crew
for someone else on theirs. If you have questions or would like to help run the
races contact Chris
3 - First Friday Party
Pier Rears for Entertainment, Prater
and Nancy Monning ,
will sponsor a party the first Friday of each summer month through August. The
parties will be very casual with hors d'oeuvres, soft drinks, a specialty drink
of the night, and light entertainment. Cost will be $5 per person. Come out and
enjoy the beautiful evenings on White Rock with your favorite friends. 6 – 9
11 - Special Olympics
Third Annual White Rock Special Olympics Regatta will be raced on Saturday May
11, 2002. . Sailor-volunteers are needed to be unified partners, do race
committee, or just to come out and be a cheerleader! Please contact Joni
Seifrick at 214.553.0005 or email@example.com
you are interested in participating.
New on the CSC Website
activities are starting to shape up. Check out details on the juniors sailing
education program, adult sailing classes, Wednesday night fun races, the new
first Friday parties at the dock, and the Special Olympics regatta.
new 2002 - 2003 Sunday Race Sailing Instructions and the Race Calendar have been
added to the site. The new Sailing Instructions became effective April 7. Note
that the Sailing Instructions now require a red flag for protests.
CSC membership roster has been updated with the information received during the
renewal process. The password has been changed to the work boat combination on
the back of your new membership card. To print the roster, put in a large
"Page Size" (e.g. 500) and the entire roster will be displayed. This
allows you to print the roster.
Gough won the Flying Scot Mid-Winters Regatta Championship Fleet and Red Dog
Jones won the Challenger Fleet. Frank Richards came in fourth in the Challenger
Fleet. Race results and regatta photos have been posted.
new members have joined the club this year. Please provide a warm CSC welcome to
the following who joined this month:
and Alison Bray
Max Dahlgren and Mary Barnes
Suzanna Garai and Andra's Farago
David W. Sacha and Bruce Fowler
James H. and Lynne Hefner
Stanton and Alida Laraway
Alain Ciotta and Lisbeth Ruiz
Janet L. Tekell
Barbara and Jerry Weckman
do not know who owns several boardboats on pads at the club. If you own a boat
and have not so indicated as part of your membership renewal, please contact
Clancy McKenna or Frank Richards with information on boat type and pad location.
If in doubt, let us know. Boats that have not been identified by mid-May will be
Women's Racing Program (WRP) 2002
The WRP is designed for experienced female racers who desire to improve their
racing skills, knowledge and confidence on the water.
you are new to sailing, we encourage you to first learn how to sail by attending
the CSC Adult Sailing Classes. We also encourage you to gain a fundamental
understanding of racing by participating in the Sunday afternoon races or the
summer Wednesday evening race series. Just come on down to the dock, or give Kai
Kunnapas or Susan Justus a call and they will do their best to hook you up with
a crew position on a boat or find ways for you to become involved in the CSC
2002 WRP will run for 5 Saturday sessions: June 1,
8, 22 and July 6, 13. All sessions will start with boat rigging (Laser) at 9:30
am and run until 12:00 noon.
for the program are:
or other TSA Sailing Club membership
of basic boat handling, sailing skills/terminology, and the rules of racing.
of 6 months of continuos racing experience within the past year.
Note: If you do not meet the last two qualifications, we encourage you to take
the Adult Sailing class and begin racing, but you are also welcome to audit the
WRP. For a donation of $20.00 to the Carol Gough Sailing Education Fund, you are
welcome to attend all of the on-the-dock instructional sessions and help our
coaches with setting the courses, rescues, running races, etc. By participating
in this manner you will begin to build your racing skills. A detailed schedule
and registration form will be available by the end of April on the Club website
or you can contact us for more information.
Justus email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 214.328.4133
Kunnapas email: email@example.com Phone: 214.324.4593
Junior Sail Camps: June 3-14; June
17-28 and July 1-12
to instructor staffing and equipment limitations, the previously announced
junior sailing camp schedule has been altered slightly to add a third camp
session and to change the dates for the July Session and the Advanced Race
I will be held from June 3-14 and will culminate with CSC’s hosting of a Texas
Sailing Association Juniors’ Circuit Regatta the weekend of June 15-16.
Preference for registration to Session I will be given to Juniors who have
attended a previous CSC sail camp or plan to compete in the TSA Junior Circuit
Regatta hosted by CSC on June 15-16. The emphasis in Session I will be preparing
our junior sailors to compete in CSC’s regatta. Session II will be held from
June 17-28 and will be geared more to beginner and intermediate level sailors.
Session III will be held from July 1-12 and, while it will still be appropriate
for beginners, Session III will be more race oriented than Session II, with an
eye toward preparing our junior sailors for participation in Texas Race Week
later that month from July 20-27.
forms for Sessions I, II, and III can be obtained by contacting Sandy Denison at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Forms will also be posted on the website and made
available in the clubhouse. Register early for the best chance at securing a
spot in the session of your choice. As in past years each camp day will begin at
9am and end at 2pm. Your child’s safety is our first concern; therefore, due
to instructor staffing limitations, each session will be limited to
approximately 17 juniors. The fee will be $125 for each 9am-2pm two week camp
session. For a limited number of juniors interested in race training, we will be
offering two extra hours of intensive race training by the coach from 2 to 4 PM
each day for an additional fee of $50 per session.
register for the camps the junior must have a parent or grandparent who is
either a full or associate member of CSC.
Advanced Race Training Camp and
Texas Race Week: July 15-27
one-week Advanced Race Training Camp will be held from July 15-18 in preparation
for the July 20-27 Texas Juniors Race Week in Houston. Friday the 19th
will be a travel day for our coach and juniors to Houston. This camp session
will be limited to junior sailors serious about racing who plan to attend Texas
Race Week. The camp fee will be $125 for the one week session which will run
from 9 to 4 each day and will include on the water coaching during Texas Race
Week. For registration information contact Sandy Denison 214-826-3998.
AYC Jr. Roadrunner Regatta
juniors Myles Busch, Tommy Hudson and Paul Denison attended the Austin Yacht
Club’s TSA Junior Circuit "Roadrunner" Regatta on March 23-24. With
winds gusting to 30 and swells of 3 feet on Lake Travis, it was not a regatta
for the faint hearted. The conditions proved somewhat severe for our Optimist
Green Fleeters, but Tommy and Myles should be proud that they were able to get
out on the racecourse to compete in such conditions. It was an experience both
can build on and they had a great time too boot. Paul notched consistent top ten
overall finishes in the Combined Optimist Red/Blue/White Fleets and he took home
a trophy finishing fourth among the 11-12 year old Blue Fleeters, missing 3rd
by a point. The regatta was attended by the best junior sailors in Texas, all of
whom will descend on CSC to compete with all our juniors on June 15-16 during
the TSA Junior Circuit’s stop at our club. Let’s all start practicing now!!
Main Sheet - Your Newsletter
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 Dudley Bayne at 3612 Hackamore Ct., Plano, TX
75023, or at CDBayne@worldnet.att.net.
I am also interested in any suggestions on how to improve the newsletter.
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.
Website is http://www.cscsailing.org.
Both regular and associate memberships are available. Contact the Membership
Rear Commodore, Frank Richards, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 214-827-4434 for details.