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November 30, 2020
ECSC painting

Commodore November 2020

To say the least 2020 has been a challenging year.  I would like to thank Nan Wishart and the entire board for their hard work in unparalleled times. It is my pleasure to serve as your Commodore for 2021. Your board will be working hard to use unused funds from 2020 to improve infrastructure next year. You may not know it but we still gave a few awards this year, congratulations to Sportsman of the Year Tom Ortman and Sailor of the Year Rich Fox.  It is now late November and the ECSC sailing season has officially ended.  I know many of you will be happy for 2020 to end and hopefully have better 2021 at least by mid year.  And the long anticipated new ramp will not be happening until at least spring so you can still use the existing one to take full advantage of the good winds this time of year.  I am also pleased to announce that we will have a new gin pole this spring courtesy of Tom Newgent, and I want to extend a thank you to Tom.  If you need assistance finding a place to store your boat for the winter please contact Harbormaster Kenny Chapman. Our 2021 Club Officers are: Commodore Chuck Goff Vice Commodore Ki Hickok Treasurer Tom Moore Secretary Rich Fox Past Commodore Nan Wishart The Committee Chair appointments for 2021 are as follows Grounds Ki Hickok Harbormaster Kenny Chapman assisted by Dennis Robertson Racing – John Kohne assisted by Nancy Goff Social Vickie Greenough assisted by Amy Miller Membership Perry Cameron Junior Program Wayne Myers assisted by Katie DeGrella Safety & Education John George Publicity EJ Williams I would like to give a very special thanks to Jane Schmidt who has served many years as our Membership Chair. Keep in mind that the officers and committee chairs all have full time jobs and they volunteer their time to run the club for the benefit of the members.   Those of you who are storing your boat at the club over the winter, be sure to stop by every 2-3 weeks to check on your boat – especially after a heavy snowfall.  Tarps need adjusting over the winter as wind and snow cause things to shift.  If you are out at the club and notice a boat that needs attention, please take note of the member number on the hull or trailer and contact that member. Have an enjoyable winter season and be sure to post pictures on our Facebook page of your adventures. Cheers, Chuck Goff, Commodore