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BUMP & GRIND BULLETIN
FOR 27-Aug-19

WINE'D UP DOCK PARTY

Saturday September 14th is the final "official" dock party of the year. Please meet in the Pavilion around 5p.m. for our barbeque. Members are free and guests are $10 each. Please register on line before September 9th so that enough food can be ordered for everyone.

IF YOU ARE REGISTERING GUESTS PLEASE PAY FOR THEM AT THE EVENT.? As Is usual, this is a green event, so please bring your own cutlery, plates, beverages etc. Looking forward to seeing you all.

Relaxed Racing Continues

Skipper Meetings Moved to 5pm with race starting at 6pm –
Next race Aug 28

Coffee with the Bridge Summary

The following topics were discussed:

Cruisers are coming back from their adventures, activity in the harbour is picking back up and the end of the season is slowly approaching.  The fall racing series will be starting and there are a few more social events planned.  Check the TYC Member Events and Racing Schedule pages for dates and times.

The nominating committee, led by Mike Wright, has been busy all summer talking to various members about bridge positions and it seems that we are in the final stages of identifying the full roster for next year's  bridge and plan to being able to recommend the new bridge to the members at the Fall Meeting of Members.

James Palmer and Doug Johnson with the help of Mike Lucas have been busy finalizing our wifi upgrade having to coordinate many different moving pieces. We have received word that all of the final variables have been nailed down and installation is scheduled for this week.  Thank you for your patience as we work to complete this project.

There are many committees for you to get involved in to help keep our club active in all the different areas our members enjoy.  Talk to any bridge member about the available opportunities.

Sail Georgian Bay Challenge Report

TYC was represented by Tobyn Londos, Mark Matthews, Dieter Brand, Steven Wimmer, James Palmer and James' daughter - Ava. Conditions were challenging with strong winds from the east coupled with sizeable wave action - at least it seemed that way when you are in Pico!

Congratulations to the Sailing School for winning the event again this year. Our thanks go out to Barry Altman for organizing another successful event, and we wish him all the best with his upcoming move.

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