IT'S A WRAP
Hard to believe this is the last week of lessons for our students in the sailing program. Final week of activities, the schedule is as follows:
• Thursday August 11th Closing Ceremonies come by at 6pm and hear about the achievements of the students in the program and enjoy hotdogs and chowder, a Sailing club tradition. High Tide is at 6:30, you can watch your student sail a Bic in the harbor weather permitting.
• Friday August 12th, last day of classes.
• Friday evening August 12th acoustic guitar/vocalist Jim Armstrong to perform 7pm.
• Free sailing will continue each day from 12pm-8pm. Final day is Friday August 19th.
Volunteers are needed to help with closing ceremonies, serving chowder, hot dogs and cleanup please email your availability to help to email@example.com
SUNDAY RACE DAY
The Porter and Stanton racing series have a rich tradition at the Cohasset Sailing Club. Come join fellow member sailors and enjoy racing for a shot at victory and your name on the trophy. Click here for details!
Free sailing for all members who have passed the Helmsman test. Come sail Lasers and Bics! Monday - Friday 5-8pm. Saturday 8am-8pm and Sunday 8am-1pm.
Ok we don't really have any news... But we do have these really great pictures for you to look at!
Hingham Bay Regatta
The results for the regatta are super. The Kenealy brothers steamed in to take first place. The Lucitt brothers sailed there way into taking fourth. Out of 27 boats, all the boats from the Cohasset Sailing Club placed within the top 20. This regatta was not a usual regatta due to the fact that there were only two races and both took place on that very windy day. The race team is coached by Cal Robbins and Abby McGrath
The next regatta on the hit list is Hull.
If you have any questions as to where your boat belongs... here is the 2016 Docks Diagram!
A big thank you to the hearty crew of volunteers who turned out to landscape and clean up the clubhouse earlier this month. Our crew mowed, edged, pruned, raked, spread mulch & gravel, set out kayak racks, Bic racks, planters, inspected sails and organized the clubhouse and sail shed.
The Cohasset Sailing Club is anchored by a tremendous crew of staff members and volunteers. The success of CSC is a reflection of the ever-increasing dedication and enthusiasm of our volunteers.
I would like to take this opportunity to say a heartfelt “thank you” to all that helped:
Debbie Johnson, Sean Kenealy, Kevin O'Connor, T. J. O'Brien, Joe Dionisio, Brian Gowell, Bill Scott, Sophie Gardiner, Michelle Gardiner, Kate McAlarney, Olivia McAlarney, Marcus Rowland, Rue Wilson, Bob Kincherf, Brian Kimla, Sandy Crough, Jacqui Vitello and Peter Vitello Jr.
Looking forward to welcoming the class of 2016. Remember, this is your club and we look forward to seeing everyone enjoying the porch this summer.
Peter V. Vitello