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New CSC Blog

We’re excited to announce the launch of the Cal Sailing Club blog! Watch this space for club news and goings on, fun pics, volunteer spotlights, General Membership Meetings, Open Houses, Youth Rides, sailing and windsurfing news, tips, techniques, tricks, and just all sorts of salty & windy goodness!

We had our first General Membership Meeting of the year on February 23, and the food was (as usual) amazing! Fall-off-the-bone ribs, chicken, salmon, burgers, and I think 10 kinds of salad (okay, maybe only 9). Marshall Lombardo is our new Banquet Chair—responsible for all the scrumptious food at GMMs & Open Houses – thank you, Marshall!  I like my steak medium-rare : )

You can check out the minutes for detailed notes on the GMM by clicking on ‘Meeting Minutes’ on the front page.

At the GMM, we recognized and awarded (long overdue) lifetime memberships to some of our most active and involved volunteers (who have probably earned 3 life-times’ worth of memberships in volunteer hours): Sheldon Coad, Steve Burchick, Kim Nguyen and Mitsu. You’ll be seeing volunteer spotlights about each of them in the coming weeks.

Our current team of bloggers are Nathan Owen Ilten, Rosann Allenbaugh, Iain Thompson, and Francisco Kattan on the sailing side, and Brad Block on the windsurfing side. We’d love more writers, especially for windsurfing! Please email me at my commodore address to get involved.

 

BIG THANK YOU to the hard work of our programmers/cat herders, and bloggers for helping get this blog launched. Toiling away in the background on the site and blog: John Bongiovanni, Stefano Maffulli, and Jaime Prieto. Thank you for your efforts and I’m excited to see all the upcoming improvements to the CSC site! 

Volunteer Spotlight: Kim Nguyen
 

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joanie pacheco (website) on Thursday, 06 March 2014 11:44

it's pretty clear that sailors like to blog more than windsurfers. So are sailor full of hot air?

it's pretty clear that sailors like to blog more than windsurfers. So are sailor full of hot air?;)