On September 8, the haulout forms were sent to all members; a reminder was included in last week's eblast regarding the haulout which included inaccurate information. To clarify the due dates for payment with an example:
For those submitting payment by e-transfer, the password in last week's eblast was incorrect. The correct password is "tyc".
Please note that the information on the haulout registration forms that were sent on September 8 was correct.
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Please register for our October 19th Celebration and Awards Dinner as soon as possible. Registration will close late Saturday night, OCT 12TH so that Lora Bay can have the time they need to arrange the dinners. NO NAMES CAN BE ADDED AFTER THIS DATE. If you know a procrastinator please give them a gentle nudge. More info is on the member's event site. Contact Kathey@pathcom.com or (647) 971-2767 for any help.
We want to gather your photo memories from another amazing season of boating experiences. At our End of Season Awards Banquet on Oct 19th we will be displaying TYC photos on the big screen. Please email your photos to Mike Wright - firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: send good quality photos in a range of .5 to 1.5 mbs/photo and keep to approximately 25 photos per person. Thanks.
Conditions were light and variable for the Stewart Wootton race. Nine boats started but due to decreasing winds only three boats finished. Had we shortened the course after one lap we would have all been able to finish but that decision had to be made at the centre mark when we were all experiencing the best winds of the day! Second Quest managed to cross the line with less than 10 minutes left in the 4 hour time-limit to take a well deserved 3rd place. The results are as follows: 1st: Crazy Eight; 2nd: Smokum Too and 3rd: Second Quest; DNF: Elmo's Fire, Sass J, Taliesin, Champagne Magnum, Cloud 9, Liminal Experience.
5 brave skippers took part in the single hander race. It was quite the change from Saturday with winds around 30 knots. It was incredible to see the display of boat handling under such conditions. Moonshadow was unable to finish due to a shredded sail (bringing a lightening bolt shaped piece of Jib to the prize giving). Second Quest was unable to finish due to a challenging furling situation. Crazy Eight took the bullet, followed by Shy Tuna in 2nd place and Liminal Experience in 3rd. Heather's family will be donating $50 to charity for each entry.
See you on Saturday for the Turkey Race. Skippers meeting 9:30 in the pavilion.
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