Saturday August 9th - 5pm
Come join the fun !!! We're planning to grill hotdogs and burgers, and everyone is bringing side dishes to share as well. It will be a wonderful time to relax with friends, and watch the kids run around. There will probably be some folks sailing in the afternoon as well.
Please RSVP to the email sent by Debra Currie (Social Governor) ...
First Race Day - Saturday August 23rd, 2014
The fall racing series starts soon, and we expect some excellent sailing. Each class that has 3 or more boats will get their own start, and everyone else is welcome to race in the Portsmouth class. So call your friends and we'll see you there !!!
Race dates for the series are:
Aug 23 Race 1
Sept 13 Race 2
Sept 27 Race 3
Oct 4 Race 4
Oct 11 Race 5
Oct 25 Club
Skipper's meeting is at 1pm, and the first start is at 2pm.
The catamarans love these races, but can the hare beat the tortoise ???
August 30 - Our annual Labor Day pursuit race. Start times are based on handicap and we'll see who finishes first. The course is 12 miles, so bring your sunscreen !!!
October 11 - Rum Run Race to Redfish Shoal. This race will have its own start on this Fall Series Race day, and then blast off to Redfish Shoal. But don't forget to come back ... it's pretty nice out there. The finish is at the SSC pier.
September 20-21, 2014
"The Opti's are like a cloud of butterflies floating in the air ..."
This is the premier youth sailing regatta in Texas !!! Around 100 boats took to the water last year, and this year could be even bigger.
Each year, youth sailors from all over Texas and surrounding states participate in the Endless Summer Regatta at the Seabrook Sailing Club. This regatta is huge on the Texas Youth Circuit with approximately 200 sailors, coaches, parents, and organizers coming to Seabrook and Galveston Bay.
The youth sailors participate in 6 different fleets; the beginner sailors in the Optimist Green fleet, the experienced Optimist sailors in the Red/White/Blue fleet, Laser 4.7, and Laser Radial. Parents enjoy the view of the sailing course and Kemah from the clubhouse deck...
All of us would like to have a property that we are proud of, that is well maintained and is attractive. We want to enjoy the grounds, invite guests, and attract new sailors to join the club. The Grounds Committee maintains the Club grounds all year long and mows every week from late March to late September. We will continue to work hard doing everything we can to make the Club look nice, but we need your help. Take pride in your Club!
1) Members are responsible for mowing their Ground Spot
2) The grass height (no greater than 4 inches) is inspected on the last Sunday of each month
NOTE: The use of weed/grass killer is strictly prohibited!
Peter Hansen currently has agreements with several members to maintain their ground spots. He is willing to do it for others as well. If you are interested contact Peter.
We decided to not assess any fines for the month of March. Consider this a grace period. Starting the end of April it is expected that all ground spots will be maintained. All spots will be assessed on Monday, April 27.
If you are having any issues with getting the mowing completed in any month please contact me so I can make note of it.
SSC Grounds Governor
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