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using an Outstation so that we are able to collect accu- rate data. And above all, be courteous and respectful to your fellow members.

Dave at d-mmehlum@comcast.net to get signed up to lead a cruise (or to be part of a cruise team). Dave at d- mmehlum@comcast.net to get signed up to lead a cruise (or to be part of a cruise team).

See you at Bell Harbor

Any questions, regarding any of the above, please con- tact me at: vicecommodore@rhyc.org

Jeff Kroeller Commodore

Looking forward to cruising season 2010.

Vice Commodore Report

Cruising season is here!!!! The Labor Day cruise was full of weather, fun, and ac- tivities.

The Screw up award makes a move --- Nat started things off by presenting it to Dave Reith for trying to float a cell phone, then to Mr. Whatmore for being ‘Smokey Joe dinghy master’, then to Tom Miner for forgetting to untie his mid ship line before pulling out of the slip in Poulsbo, then to Kenny Spiker for misplacing his dinghy outside of the wheel in Longbranch. And all of those were accomplished in the months of April and May. It could be a long summer, so watch out we are watching. J Applicants wanted Keep your eyes open for new applicants? The future of our club is in our hands today. Like in every organiza- tion there is a certain amount of attrition every year, ours is about 10%. Our wait list has plenty of room to grow right now. Next fall we will need applicants in the works going into 2011. So we all need to be thinking about who we know that might like to join and be an asset to this club. A well diversified club in age and backgrounds makes the club fun and special. Applications are available on the website, or contact me at vicecommodore@rhyc.org and I’ll send you one.

Burgee sales It’s spring cleaning time …. So how does your burgee look? Tattered, Faded, Torn? Maybe it’s time to re- place it with a crisp new one, so you can be proud to fly the RHYC colors. See me on an upcoming cruise and I’ll fix you up with a new one. The standard size is only $25. Large ones are $35, and Dinghy sized is $15.

Liz Dodge Vice Commodore

Rear Commodore Report

Thank-you to Karl & Gem- ma Tussy & their team for a fun filled Memorial Week- end. Glen Dodge & Tom Miner did an excellent job of setting up and breaking down the wheel. The dance on Saturday night was the best ever!!! I only wish we would have had less of that liquid sunshine.

We have added The South Sound Sailing Society to our reciprocal list. Their offering is located at the city of Olympia’s Percival Landing on a space available basis. Percival Landing is located at the head of Budd Inlet south of the Port’s marine terminals. Reciprocal moor- age is available for 48 hours, once a month. Additional information can be found on our web site under recipro- cals.

Thank you to Tom Miner for updating the book and sign

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    up sheets at Dock Street. I also have a lieutenant to

help me out at Roche Harbor. Skip Hanson has agreed to help at the Roche Harbor Outstation. His slip is H-4 and he will be available to answer any questions you may have. If you have any problems he can report them to me for resolution. I am looking for someone to up- date the book at Lopez Island. If you are planning to stop there in the near future please let me know. I do not plan to visit Lopez until August.

Name Badges - If you ordered in January or February I have your badge and will carry it to cruises until we meet up or make other delivery arrangements.

As always please inform me of any problems you are encountering with either the outstations or reciprocals. Have a wonderful cruising season.

Cruises for 2011 – Our 2011 Fleet Captain Dave Mehlum is currently looking for members to be our Cruise Captains for our 2011 cruises. Please contact

Noreen Millen Rear Commodore


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