On Thursday there was a sail fleet meeting to discuss the upcoming season and the schedule. Mostly routine, but some good ideas were brought forward to build the fleet and make the season more interesting for those who come out. I hope PC Jonathan Knowles will have more information as the weeks tick by before racing starts in April.
Friday was our monthly Steak Night. I wasn't there and so I really have nothing to report. I hope it was well attended. I'm sure Dick Labadie did a good job with the broiler duties as he usually does.
This Friday will be our first Pasta Night and New Member Mixer. I will be in attendance to welcome our new members. A big Thank you to Susan Hempler and Susan Henderson for setting everything up.
I would also like to get more folks interested in attending the Seattle Boat Show Bus at the end of the month, Saturday, the 30th. We only have 16 people signed up so far and we need to get at least 40 by January 15th. Otherwise, the bus will have to be canceled. It's a great event and we eliminate the parking hassle. I urge you to consider this as a great end of month excursion to a fun venue.
For those who use our facility, especially the Ward Room (down stairs), please remember to lock up after you leave. I have come down to the Club the last two Wednesdays and found the downstairs entry door locked in the open position.
Lastly, I was so happy to see our mighty Seahawks triumph (a real nail biter) over the Vikings. What a game!