Winter Party at Rockwell's this Friday. Come and welcome the newly elected 2016 SEAS board and meet other sailors.
To promote the appreciation of sailing and foster a community and culture committed to advancing both sailing and sailing education in the Juneau area.
The election results are in. Congratulations to the new board:
James Bibb, Commodore
Dave D'Amore, Vice Commodore
Mary Sternfeld, Treasurer
Craig Wilson, Secretary
Denise Wiltse, At-Large (2017)
Dane Palmer, At-Large (2017)
Nikolay Barkov, At-Large (2016)
Ruth Kostik, At-Large (2016)
The new board will be welcomed aboard at the Winter Party, to be scheduled in January.
The nominations are in!
The election is open to all SEAS members, and we are electing the following positions:
- Vice Commodore
- At Large Board Member x 2
Please see the bylaws for descriptions of the responsibilities of each of these positions.
The last races of the season had the greatest turnout - 12 boats! Despite a gloomy forecast (mostly miserable, with occasional bouts of truly awful) Saturday actually surprised everyone. At the start, light winds prevailed as the fleet slowly tacked down the channel from the Mayflower Island starting line. By the time the fleet got to Marmion Island, the wind had picked up considerably.
The days are getting shorter, fall is in the air, and there's termination dust on the mountains. Time for a party! SouthEast Alaska Sailing (SEAS) is celebrating the End of Summer 2015 at Rockwell's back room, Saturday September 26th from 6:00-10:00pm.
We'll reminisce about the past sailing season and plan winter activities. There will be a running slide show of the summer spent sailing and final standings of the SEAS Cup and Spirit of Admiralty races, along with announcements of upcoming SEAS winter events and information on how you can stay involved with the club.