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FROM THE COMMODORE COMMODORE - CHARLES SINKS

Greetings: Summer in San Diego officially kicks off on June 21st at 0351! Not much of a winter this year in America’s Finest City, but there is something very, very special about summer in So Cal. I’ll never forget that sweet feeling when the school bell rang for the last time of the school year; the lock came off the locker, we ditched the books and hoped like heck that “special girl” left her phone number in the annual (no luck with that one here). We clicked our heels and sprinted off campus to the excitement and bliss of summer in San Diego – ahhh….long warm days, water sports galore, sunburns (kids wear sunscreen), surfing, fishing, sailing and Catalina. Oh yes! Beercan racing is the unofficial beginning of summer in SD and they are off and running. The Beer Can BBQ’s are happening at SDYC, John Fretwell and his team will soon start the junior summer sailing program and gobs of kids will be running around the MBSC all lathered up in sunscreen, lifejackets, hats and bathing suits. The young “Sea Urchins” experiencing for the first time that indescribable thrill, the freedom and sense of independence of piloting their own boat for the very first time across the waters of La Playa Cove. Just awesome! Steve and Tama Harris have, once again, done a wonderful job heading up our Junior Activities Committee along with several other very active parents. Our Junior Program is where a lot of our young members sailors got their start, and is what I see as the most important aspect of our Club. Summer is under way at SDYC! Some of those young sailors, who just a few short years ago were beginning Sea Urchins at SDYC, lathered up in sunscreen, just secured another national championship for the Point Loma High School Pointers. SDYC played host to the 2014 high school double-handed nationals the weekend of May 10-11. The city front race venue was fantastic, race organization top notch, and the Pointers win as dramatic as they make them. Picture this; a one point margin, secured right at the finish, on a surging downwind wave to overtake the second place boat by just two feet in the final race of the 22 race series. Wow! The Great Pointer in the Sky sprinkled a little fairy dust on this one. This is the 13th high school sailing national championship title for the Pointers and the 5th under coach Steve Hunt. The Pointers are off to the team racing national championship in Houston, TX at the end of May. Congrats and good luck Team PLHS. Junior sailing is on fire at SDYC! On Monday, June 9th, we will be holding our Semi-Annual meeting of the membership. The Board and I would appreciate you setting some time aside to join us as we bring you up to date on the business side of SDYC, issues your Board has been working on and new challenges impacting our Club. Recall, last year SDYC conducted a survey of the membership to get a better read on a number of topics impacting your Club. One statistic that jumped out was, respectfully, “the greying” of our great membership. Did you know the average age of an SDYC member is >60 years and just 20% of our members are under 46? Clubs around the country are experiencing a similar phenomenon, much of it attributed to a more challenging economic environment hindering younger adults from joining clubs. The Junior Flag category of our membership, those members less than 30 years old, has been stubbornly pegged at less than two-thirds of our 100 Jr. Flag maximum for years now. That is 35+ vacancies. It’s no secret, SDYC thrives with young energetic members among our ranks. We challenged our Membership Committee to develop a plan to change our current dynamic and increase not only our Junior Flag membership, but also Junior Flag participation in, and contributions to, the Club. The Committee has developed an elegant solution to tackle this challenge head on. In short, the ‘let’s attract and energize young members’ plan incorporates a modest reduction in dues for young Junior Flag members, Junior Flag member ‘Service Days’ contributions to the Club and, the best part, economic upside for the Club, with just a few new Junior Flag members coming on board and filling some long-standing vacancies. Look for more details in the weekly eblast and Semi-Annual Meeting announcement coming to you in the mail. Ok, enough of the business. We joined SDYC for boating fun. The Buffalo Beach Bash in the Pavilion is now history. Word is everyone had a blast and important funds were raised in support of the outstation. No doubt the annual “buffalo chip toss” at the Bash was a hit again this year. Senior Sabot Nationals will be held June 14&15 in conjunction with our friends at MBYC. Very cool Sr. Nats t-shirts this year. Big thanks Lois and Marshall Harrington for their incredible talent creating the “Endless Sabot Summer” logo for Sr. Nat’s ’14. Don’t forget Father’s Day June 15th - and the guy that, just maybe, took you out for your first sail. See you around the Club! Good sailing,

Chuck Sinks, Commodore

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San Diego Yacht Club 1011 Anchorage Lane San Diego, CA 92106-3005 Volume 79 • Issue 6 Board of Directors Commodore Charles C. Sinks Vice Commodore John L. Laun Rear Commodore Douglas Werner Jr. Staff Commodore Charles B. Hope, Jr.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Directors John A. Reiter Michael J. Dorgan Jerelyn W. Biehl Brian D. Thomas Michael A. Morton, Jr.

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CLUB NEWS

General Manager Terry Anglin Mainsheet Editor: Joanne O’Dea & Kirsten Stahl Production: Monica McGovern Deadline: 14th of the month Mainsheet: mainsheet@sdyc.org Website: www.sdyc.org Automated Phone Front Office Dining Room Bar Security Dockmaster Sailing Office Accounting Maintenance Juniors Membership F&B Office Catering Fax Catering Fax ARG Ham Shack

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The Mainsheet is dedicated to providing information relevant to members of San Diego Yacht Club, focusing on timely events, fleet forums and announcements that support the yachting lifestyle. Mainsheet (USPS 024-501) is published monthly (12 issues annually) by the San Diego Yacht Club, 1011 Anchorage Lane, San Diego, CA 92106-3005 (619) 221-8400/Fax: (619) 224-3059

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Lipton Cup Regatta Plotting the Course Commodore’s Dinner 4th of July Celebration information Nautical Artwork Display, Mother’s Day at the Club Women’s Events Bridgedeckers/Monday Evening Bridge Ladies Night Out Fashion Show Community Programs Committe San Diego Sailing Foundation

ON THE RACE COURSE

20 Men’s Mayhem 21 Race Committee & Race Results

FLEETS, ETC.

22 Cruising Fleet 23 J/70 24 Anglers/Cycling 25 J/22/ARG 26 Buffalo Beach 27 Tennis 28 PC 29 Model Yacht

MISC.

30-31 Juniors 32 Calendar 33 Classifieds

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Volume 79, Issue 6 Periodical Postage Paid, San Diego, California and at additional mailing offices. Each issue is mailed the last week of the month. An annual subscription rate of $24 is included in membership dues. POSTMASTER-Send address changes to: San Diego Yacht Club 1011 Anchorage Lane, San Diego, CA 92106-3005 Copyright ©2014. All rights reserved.

Photo by Bronny Daniels, Joysailing.com

Photo by Bronny Daniels, Joysailing.com


IN GENERAL THE DARREN AND TERRY SHOW JUNE 12, 2014

6:00pm arrival, 6:30pm event begins

Summer’s here and the boys are back. This month we bring back an old favorite that we haven’t featured in over a year – the wines of Ferrari-Carano. The club carries their wines on its list but we always like to bring in a few different varietals for your tasting pleasure. We are also pleased to welcome back Michael Hurst, Southern California Regional Sales Manager for the winery.

Joining us for this month’s show will be our partners, Jackson Design & Remodeling. Reservations required. $50++ per person.

GREETINGS FROM THE CLUB GENERAL MANAGER - TERRY ANGLIN, CCM CCE Greetings from the club! activity invariably picks up. But don’t don’t have to make a “save,” Another It’s June and we are full swing into forget the club needs your help on pool reminder, please encourage your summer. The kids will be getting out this. At SDYC, we are membership by children to take bathroom breaks. No of school soon, Beer Can races have referral only, so the club relies on you one wants to see the pool closed down started along with the accompanying to help us keep the lifeblood going. due to an accident. Not a fun topic but barbeque, the model yachts are going It’s an easy process and if you know one that needs to be addressed. on Friday nights, and the summer of someone who would make a good The June Darren and Terry will Junior program begins. How much can SDYC member, call Danielle Carreon, feature the wines of Ferrrari-Carano. Membership Director, at 619-758- The program is always a sellout with we pack in a month? Don’t forget the Adult Learn to 6303. There is even a membership Darren’s great food and Terry’s wine Sail program. It’s a great way to get application on the club’s website to pairings. The program for July will introduced to the sport with very little make it even easier. feature “different” whites or ABC – commitment time wise and money As the pool is in full swing, please anything but chardonnay. Now’s your wise. Also you get to meet many make sure your children are safe. The chance to taste a Sancerre or Albarino. “learning” adult members such as club does have lifeguards present, Make your reservations early!!! yourself. Who knows you may find a but the best protector is the parent new best friend? themselves. Please keep an eye on Have a great summer! As we get into summer, the membership your children and ensure the lifeguards

4th of July Blood Donors take note... On July 4th the San Diego Blood Bank will have their Bloodmobile at the club from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM in the parking lot. Several donors were turned away without picture ID. Remember to bring your ID. Also bring your friends who are not members - they can sign in as the fleet of your choice. Let’s top the 2012 record of 49 pints! Last year’s winners of the Bloody Mary contest was The MAN military appreciation group with the most members donating, and the tennis fleet a very close second. If your fleet wins, your name will be with Bobby in the bar by 4:00 PM on the 4th. You can sign up today by going to www.sandiegobloodbank. Click on Donate Blood-Bloodmobile and enter July 4 and sponsor Code SDYC. We may also have a reservation sheet at the front desk along with information on who can and cannot donate.

Help ensure our community has a safe blood supply.

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MEMBERSHIP

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS FLAG

BRETT LANGENBERG “The boating activities: teaching/ learning/participating in seamanship, while at the same time building lifetime friendships. This yacht club has the learning environment and social activities that make boating so enjoyable and worthwhile.”

DREW BELK “My application to the SDYC is based on my desire to be part of the local sailing community and to learn the finer points of yacht racing by associating with the best, most experienced sailors in the country. My focus is on racing and this club has the most to offer in every aspect of the sport of yacht racing.”

CAROL RYAN “Having been involved with many aspects of boating between the SDYC and the SBYC from crewing to Buffalo Beach, I would like to participate even more now that I am once again a full time resident of San Diego. Our 6 year old son, Christopher, will be participating in the Junior Sailing Program as he is growing up, and I will be a major part in his involvement with it.”

PROVISIONAL ASSOCIATE

PAMELA GANONG “Would like to meet and spend time with active cruisers to convoy to other locations. Would like to learn more skills in foredeck sail handling. Ultimately would like to participate in off-shore racing with our boat, Shamrock, as she was set up for cruising – racing by Disney.”

CAROL KEIGHER “Home is in Tucson, AZ but I recently retired and I will be spending more time at the boat which is moored at Sun Road Marina in San Diego. Our retirement plan includes eventually moving to San Diego and increasing our participation in SDYC events.”

SERVICE

GISELE BONITZ “I enjoy the camaraderie and friendships that I have developed in the past through sailing. I have had the opportunity to visit the SDYC after some of the races and have truly enjoyed myself. Additionally, my 12 year old son loves to sail and I believe he would excel in the SDYC Junior Program.”

TRANSFER MEMBER PROVISIONAL ASSOCIATE TO FLAG Michael Stevenson David Jensen Nelson Vargas

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MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE Staff Commodore Kenneth Bertino 619.980.2623 Vice Commodore John Laun 619.840.4804 Staff Commodore Bill Campbell 619.887.1729 Staff Commodore Andy La Dow 619.237-1404 Mary Snow 619.392.4477 Dennis Kenneally 619.885.1380 Lee Hope 619.995-0326 Steve Malowney 619.838-6353 Membership Secretary Danielle Carreón 619.758.6303


MEMBERSHIP

PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS

The individuals listed below are being considered for membership in your Club. Being considered for membership is not tantamount to becoming a member of the club. Solicitation is hereby made of any and all information which you might have, favorable and unfavorable, pertaining to the individuals applying for membership.

FLAG Andy Irwin (Courtney) SVP head of marketing, leasing, and acquisitions, Murphy Development Company Boat Owner 1st Sponsor: Steve Worcester 2nd Sponsor: Dan Fischer Hugh Egan (Eileen) Sales Engineer, NSWC Boat Owner 1st Sponsor: Jack Skahen 2nd Sponsor: Justin Mecklenborg Cynthia Morgan-Reed (John) Partner/Attorney, Higgs Fletcher & Mack Non-Boat Owner 1st Sponsor: Laura Godfrey Zagar 2nd Sponsor: James Eischen

PROVISIONAL ASSOCIATE Brian Royse (Jan) Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon, Self Boat Owner 1st Sponsor: Peter Falonk 2nd Sponsor: Clinton Ferguson

TRANSFER PROVISIONAL ASSOCIATE TO FLAG Peter Carides (Suzanne Ozorio-Carides) Skip Joyce (Julie Grafke) Thomas Schliem (Mary Jane Langton) Jessica Aminoff (Matt) Sarah Kanemasu (Jeff)

Last Call Morton Carlile – Life 1 Wayne Germain – Life 506 Michael O’Riordan – Flag 1145

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

YACHTING CUP REGATTA By JOANNE O’DEA Photos by Bronny Daniels

This year marked the 42nd running of

awards and the overall winner of the regatta crowned. On Saturday, on the two ocean venues, the fleets on the Near Roads Course, closer to Point Loma, got enough wind for three races. “It got up to 11 knots,” noted Rick Goebel, J/105

the Yachting Cup Regatta, the signature event for SDYC. New this year was an expanded two and a half day format which combined both random leg racing with windward-leeward buoy courses to truly test the competitors. “This year’s regatta featured a single, ‘Beer Can Style’ race on Friday afternoon,” explained event chair Julie Servais. “This was chosen by the SDYC organizers as many boats had requested to have some sort of Random Leg race incorporated into the regatta. Since Yachting Cup has featured well attended Friday events in the past, such as the Leukemia Cup and more recently the Ton Cup, making the Friday race count towards the overall regatta score increased the intensity and also made the regatta a better test of overall skill, not just windward leeward abilities.” The regatta kicked off on Friday afternoon, with the random leg race in San Diego Bay. By having the race late in the day on Friday, it allowed crews and skippers to work a half day but still get the weekend started early. Random Leg racing typically requires fewer crew so boats can make it around the course shorthanded. SDYC gave one throwout race for the regatta, so if a boat can’t make it out on Friday they were not totally out of the running. The exclusive ‘Skippers/Tacticians VIP Party’ followed Friday’s racing while the open invite ‘Crew Party’ was held on the front deck of the club. Saturday and Sunday featured windward/leeward courses held in multiple venues in the ocean. Eight races were scheduled for the weekend, combined with post-race parties at SDYC each day. The trophy ceremony followed racing on Sunday with class 6 • J U N E 2 014 M ai n s h e e t • w w w. s d yc .o r g

Sanity, “but it was far from steady. Huge shifts during the day, with the wind dropping to about 4 knots in the last (third) race.” Conditions at the Far Roads Course, closer to the Mexican border, were clearly on siesta. When the wind got down to 2 to 3 knots

during the second race, that was it for the day. However, mastering the spotty winds was Chuck Nichols, whose CC Rider posted two bullets in the J/120 fleet. On Sunday, the heat wave that had hovered over California began to give way as the regatta awoke to its third and final day for the 11 competing fleets. As coastal clouds and the cool Pacific put locals on notice that “May Grey” weather may soon return, it


IN THE SPOTLIGHT proved to be only slightly cooler and only slightly windier than Saturday. The Near Roads Course, fit in three races for its six fleets. Making the most of the day was Team Sanity, posting all bullets to move up and win the J/105 fleet. The Far Roads Course also completed three races for its five fleets. Conditions were an improvement over Saturday, offering a relatively steady 4-9 knots, and the leaders remained at form to lock in their victories. After reviewing the competition within the fleets, the Organizing Authority selected Rick Goebel’s Sanity team as the Overall Winner of the Yachting Cup. When asked how he and his team felt after receiving the award, he responded “Wow is the first thing that still comes to mind - to win the overall Yachting Cup was amazing and definitely the highlight of the Sanity program to date. The team is really sailing well together and keeping the boat moving. We started out deep in the 1st race Saturday but the guys did not panic, we focused on staying in the pressure and changing gears with the breeze. It was one of those regattas where all goes well, excellent crew work and being on the right side of the shifts. It was a real battle to win our class, we were tied with Blow Boat for 1st place going into the final race. To win the Overall trophy was the icing on the cake and was totally unexpected. We look forward to racing in Yachting Cup every year as SDYC runs fantastic regattas and the J/105 fleet is very strong in SD.”

The 11 fleet winners were Jay Steinbeck’s TP52 Margaritaville (Fast 50), Viggo Torbensn’s J/125 Timeshaver (Fast 40), Drew Belk’s Beneteau First 40 Precepts II (Fast 45), David Boatner’s J/35 Rival (PHRF C), John Harrop’s Justice (FT-10), Chris Mewes’ Shadowfax (J/109), Rick Goebel’s Sanity (J/105), Ted Butterfield’s Adventure (B36.7), Kownacki/Jenkins’s DFZ (J/70), and Curt Johnson’s Avet (J/80).

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CLUB NEWS LIPTON CUP CHALLENGE

THE 100TH CHALLENGE OF THE SIR THOMAS LIPTON CUP BY BARRY AULT

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Thomas Lipton remains to this day one of the truly great sportsmen of all time. Although the self-made zillionaire is famous for his popular tea, he made his money selling groceries in England and investing around the world in renowned financial centers like Omaha. His first love was sailing and sailboat racing and in an era of incredible extravagance, it is likely that his 5 America’s Cup challenges cost more money than any other challenger or defender has spent. Known as the best loser ever and famously modest, Lipton traveled widely donating trophies and helping to foster competition in several sports including soccer, rowing and of course, sailing. Meanwhile in 1902 in yachting backwater San Diego, the Corinthian Yacht Club had split from San Diego Yacht Club. In an effort to generate interest and increased membership, CYC Commodore Lucien Blochman wrote to Lipton asking that they be allowed to use his name in on a cup to be offered by CYC as an “inducement to yachting.” After some confusion about what CYC was asking, Lipton responded with the wonderfully crafted silver cup bearing the CYC identification which currently dominates the lobby of SDYC. Corinthian Yacht Club announced the first Lipton Cup Challenge and created a Deed of Gift and a set of rules governing the competition which combined existing west coast ocean racing rules with those used on the Great Lakes. While CYC and a group of challengers from South Coast Yacht Club in Los Angeles made plans to race boats from their respective clubs, a SDYC syndicate planned to build a boat. The syndicate initially approached the legendary Wizard of Bristol, Nathanael Herreshoff whose record against Lipton

had proven the speed of his designs. This plan was scrapped for unknown reasons and then came the first controversy of the Lipton Cup. SDYC chartered the 47 foot Detroit, reputed to be undefeated on the lakes, as their challenger. The Los Angeles group immediately cried “FOUL” claiming that SDYC had conspired to create a set of rules favorable to Detroit. All sides eventually came together and the first San Diego Lipton Cup Challenge was held in August, 1904. Detroit sailed away from the competition and the Lipton Cup moved to SDYC. In 1905, while SDYC was busy

finished celebrating their initial victory. With agreement of all the parties, Detroit was banned from further competition. The Deed of Gift called for racing to be held in San Diego and after winning again in 1906 with Mischief II, South Coast Yacht Club wanted to race for the cup in their home waters. So, they wrote to Lipton asking that the Deed of Gift be modified to specify that racing would be alternately held in San Diego and Los Angeles. Lipton replied that the cup was San Diego’s to do with as it wished. Happy with the way things were, SDYC refused and while the war of words waged there were no races in 1907 and 1908. Eventually, SDYC altered the Deed to allow the winners of the cup to host the regatta in their

merging with Corinthian Yacht Club, the “northerners” of South Coast Yacht Club were busy hatching a plan to get even. Proving that a committee should never be trusted to make decisions, the SDYC syndicate failed to hang onto Detroit and in 1905 she promptly returned to race under the burgee of South Coast Yacht Club. She easily defeated the defenders and hauled the Lipton Cup north before SDYC had

home waters and racing resumed in 1909. There have been other brief pauses in the battle for the Lipton Cup, primarily due to more substantive wars (WWI and WWII) and so here in 2014, 110 years after the first race, we are anxiously awaiting what has become a fall classic; the centennial Sir Thomas Lipton Cup Challenge, beginning on 31 October, 2014.

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CLUB NEWS

PLOTTING THE COURSE

LIFE LESSONS FROM THE SPORT OF SAILING BY RICK ARNESON

As a lifelong sailor fortunate enough

to grow up in as fertile a learning environment as SDYC, I’ve developed a deep appreciation for our sport that has driven its tenets into useful application in my life on shore, something to which I’m sure many sailors can relate. I have found that the principles of sailing can serve as helpful metaphors in a number of situations in a person’s personal or professional life, such as planning a new endeavor, working with others, performing under pressure and always pursuing improvement, to name just a few examples. It was my passion for the sport and the realization of its value as a guide for success in other areas that inspired me to write my first book, Plotting the Course: Life Lessons from the Sport of Sailing. Throughout the book, examples from the world of sailboat racing parallel situations that we often encounter in our work, our relationships, or everyday situations. Since the worlds of business and sailing have much in common, ample space is given to discuss the synergies between the two. When exploring topics such as leadership or decision making, examples from the world of politics are brought in. Because many of the lessons in the book are as timeless as they are universal, there are some historical illustrations, as well. For instance, parallels are drawn between the strategic decisions of Hannibal of Carthage and Queen Elizabeth I, and those of a sailor navigating rough waters or facing a more powerful opponent. Other examples include illustrations of what WWI aircraft design and London’s cholera epidemic

in the 19th century have in common with a sailor’s search for more speed. Plotting the Course is a unique hybrid of book genres: part business, part motivational, and part sports. Its foundation lies in the value of looking to our passions to find inspiration in other areas, carrying over the ease and expertise we have in one field to other fields in which we may not yet have the same comfort. For so many of us who have been sailing for years, it has become more than sport or hobby, but a way of life. What we already know and appreciate about sailing has so much to offer in informing the way we live and work. In sharing some of those lessons, I’m hoping the book may inspire fellow sailors, as well as those who have not yet been lucky enough to join us on the water. Excerpt from Plotting the Course: Artists and Scientists We all know people from various walks of life with a tendency to seem either more creative or more analytical. In most cases, people are naturally one or the other and will pursue careers and interests that cater to these characteristics. While we can find ways to put either our creative or analytical skills to good use, there is great value in building a balance between the “artist” and the “scientist,” either within ourselves or within our team, to find the best chance for success. Sailing is a sport that is derived from both art and science. It has a long history of nautical traditions, from the celestial navigation of the ancient Polynesians to the Dutch shipbuilding methods of the seventeenth century. It is also steeped in science and technology, its principles being derived from aeronautics, meteorology, oceanography, geometry, and physics. Each individual sailor has a propensity toward either artistic or scientific methods in their approach to the sport. There are the “seat-of-thepants” sailors that develop boat speed through the look of the sail shapes and

the feel of the helm, and the technical wizards that pursue more of a scientific method approach, quantifying each gain through controls and variables. Tom Blackaller seemed to take a more artistic approach, once remarking, “I think that sailing is very much seventy percent art and only thirty percent science . . . it’s much more an art than it is a science . . . and I think that every time the scientists get into it, the vagaries of the wind and the waves and the currents foul them all up.” The 1992 America’s Cup winner, Bill Koch, placed a high value on technological development but still recognized the value of balancing the two approaches. “Technology has become increasingly important in formerly low- and nontechnology sectors such as sailing,” he wrote. “Since boatspeed is a science and sailing is an art, to win we needed to combine the art and the science.” As success in sailing requires proficiency in both the artistic and scientific aspects of the sport, sailors with a tendency to favor one approach can find balance by developing their “other” side, or teaming up with people who take the other approach naturally. For more information, visit www. rickarneson.com.

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CLUB NEWS

COMMODORE’S DINNER SERIES June 10, 2014, 6:00 to 8:00 PM

Child care service offered for this event

STONE BREWING AND CHEF DARREN BEER AND FOOD PAIRING

6:00 PM - Cocktails

6:30 PM - Dinner

For the first time in Commodore’s Dinner history, we will offer child care to all guests attending the Commodore’s 7:15 PM – Presentation Dinner.

Padraic “Paddy” Lenehan , Brewery Rep for the Stone Brewing Company, knows lots about beer. Chef Darren knows lots about food. Put the two together and you are in for a great night learning about the history of beer, the basic ingredients of beer, and why beer pairs and works with food so well. Chef Darren and Paddy will create a menu that pairs several different beers with a host of food items prepared by our very own Chef Darren and his team. Paddy will also be answering any questions people have.

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The price is a flat fee of $15 per child (ages 3 to 10) and care will be available from 5:30pm - 8:30pm (the dinner is 6-8pm). KiddieCorp is the premier provider of on-site child care to conventions and sporting events, and has its national headquarters right here in San Diego. They are in their 28th year of providing high quality children’s programs, and keeping children safe and happy while parents attend their functions. Their staff is licensed, bonded, screened.


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CLUB NEWS Nautical Artwork on Display in the Dining Room If you have not seen the classical nautical artwork displayed in the dining room, you are in for a treat. The new San Diego Yacht Club art loan program with the support of the San Diego Maritime Museum has the goal of rotating nautical art work every four months. A special note of thanks to Staff Commodore Fred Frye and Bill Waite for their work in making this innovative program a reality. The current paintings on display include Richard DeRosset’s “Parade of Lights” from the Maritime Museum’s private collection. Captain Richard DeRosset is a maritime and aviation historian and accomplished artist. DeRosset’s works are displayed in museums across the country, including the San Diego Aerospace Museum and the Smithsonian Institute. A San Diego resident, he is the official artist for the San Diego Maritime Museum. The three other paintings are by Hans Skalagard and are part of his “War of 1812” series. Skalagard was born in the Faeroe Islands of Denmark in 1924 and began painting at the age of eight. Later he served on merchant ships on convoy duty during World War II and survived the sinking of three ships in six years of war. That experience was the inspiration for his series of ten “North Atlantic Convoy” scenes. At age ninety, Skalagard is considered a world renowned marine painter and has been described as a living legend by art critics. SDYC members interested in loaning their nautical art to the club should contact the House Committee.

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CLUB NEWS

SDYC WOMENS EVENTS

“From Undercover Cop to Chief of Police” Luncheon with SDYC Member and San Diego Police Chief

The History of Point Loma and the Lighthouse presented by

Karen Scanlon and Kim Fahlen

Shelly Zimmerman Wednesday, June 4th 11:30am $16 Wednesday, Sept. 10th 11:30 am We will have Raffle Items, with all monies going to O:HHH to support our military Sign up online at www.sdyc.org or call (619) 221-8400 48 Hour cancellation policy

BRIDGEDECKERS BY DEEGEE FARRELL

The month of April has just sped on

by. Opening Day down here at the Club was phenomenal. The club house, the grounds, the garden, and the trophies, looked really spiffy. All that hard work paid off. Members remembered not only to “dress ship” but most got right into the yachting spirit and wore clothes in red, white, and blue. The weather cooperated with fog giving way to brilliant sunshine. Brisk winds made all the nautical flags snap and dance. The whole club was alive with color and activities. A day to remember-you bet. We play bridge each Thursday from 10 until 2:30 with lunch at noon. The Hostess for the month of June is Nancy Peckham. If you would like to play Bridge with us please call Nancy

Peckham at 619-222-5525. Many thank yous go to Phyllis Haynes for being our Hostess for the month of April. Thank you also Phyllis for bringing us cookies and candy each Thursday. You spoiled us with delicious treats. Just a gentle reminder ladies that we play the game of Bridge just for fun. We play friendly Bridge. It should be a positive experience for each of us. If players make mistakes, which we all do, please be understanding rather than critical. We are saddened by the sudden death of long time bridge player Sherron Brinker. Sherron was an outstanding bridge player, with a quick wit, a fun personality, and definitely a favorite of everybody in Bridgedeckers. She was in the process of applying for membership to our club. We miss you, Sherron. Winners for the month of April were: *Jane Baldwin, *Doris Ellsworth,

Phyllis Haynes, *Jane Kenny, Jean Kremm, Jeanne Lynch, Cameron Peter, and *Dorothy Wheeler. *Denotes First Place.

MONDAY EVENING BRIDGE

Monday Evening Bridge at SDYC will be held on June 2 at 6:30 PM. This is a relaxed, lively and fun game, open to all members and guests. Many players meet early in the bar for a casual dinner. Congratulations to our April winners: 1st-Jane Kenny, 2ndD’Neane Wilkinson, 3rd-Gary Piazzoni. To reserve your seat at the game, please RSVP by May 30 to Stan Nadel or Cecilia Carrick at 619-2222254 or smnadel@cox.net. Reserve early to avoid disappointment. The game begins promptly at 6:30 PM, playing four rounds of bridge.

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CLUB NEWS LADIES NIGHT OUT FASHION SHOW BY MARY COPELAND Photos by Joanne O’Dea

The SDYC Women’s Events Committee held its first ever Nautical Attire Fashion Show at the May 6th Ladies Night Out. All our models were successful

sailors -- SDYC women and juniors. Our models were Vickie Barrett, Betty Becker, Annie Gardner, Rita Moeller, DeeAnn Reynolds, Betty Sherman, Lynn Sinks and Pam Werner. They each were a smash on the runway. But our junior sailing models Molly Pleskus, Caylin Schnoor and MacKenzie Harris stole the show! West Marine outfitted our models from head to toe and provided a lively narration for the show. In addition,

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West Marine, along with their vendors, also provided generous raffle items and loaded gift gags for every attendee. Vikki Cutri and her friend Nannette Woods modeled Vikki’s new clothing line V Performance Wear, which was very well received. Hope you can join us at a future Luncheon or Ladies Night Out. Watch the Mainsheet, the website and the weekly SDYC News emails for upcoming events.


CLUB NEWS

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS COMMITTEE

BY NANCY LAZARSKI

Military

Appreciation Nights kick off on Wednesday, May 28th and are scheduled for Wednesday Nights throughout the Summer. If you’d like to volunteer to be part of the “Shore Party” - those who welcome our military guests and dine with them – please contact Ruth Rollins. There are only a few slots left. Or, if you happen to be at SDYC on a Wednesday Evening, feel free to stop by and thank our military guests for all they’ve done for us! We’ve once again scheduled a Red Cross 1st Aid / CPR Class - it will be on Saturday, July 26th. Sea Scouts - there’s lots going on… > William I. Koch International Sea Scout Cup: Ryan Poole and Wyn Adams have qualified to represent SDYC and Ship 1886 at Long Beach Yacht Club

June 22-28. They’ll be sailing FJ’s and competing against about 20 US and International Sea Scout crews. > Tour of USS Albuquerque Submarine: A big thank you to Captain Scott Adams and Kim for hosting a fantastic day that included a tour of the ALBUQUERQUE that provided lots of info about life on board submarines, and the party that followed, hosted by the Adams’, was fantastic! > 2014 Charter Presentation: The Ship’s annual charter presentation took

place on the evening of May 5th. The Boy Scouts of America Representative presented Commodore Sinks the 2014 Charter for Ship 1886. Ship 1886 would like to thank the San Diego Yacht Club for supporting our youth program that is instilling life and leadership skills, as well as, a love for the water and youth sailing. > Summer: The Sea Scouts are looking forward to a summer full of sailing, raft-ups and charting a course and boating to Catalina!

Live Music Night

SDYC

Saturday, June 28, 2014 In the Bar

& Music

Series

June 4

Josh Thompson

June 11

Jessica Learner

June 18

Rhandi & Associates

June 25

JD Priest

Featuring

Anthony Garcia As a soloist, Anthony covers a wide variety within the spectrum of flamenco styles, ranging from the most intricate, non-rhythnic taranta, franaina or ronderna, to a solemn, yet profound solea, to the light rumba made so popular in recent years which will have you tapping your feet! Live Music Begins at 7:00 PM Please Call 619-221-8400 for Reservations.

All Performances are from 6-9pm

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SAILING FOUNDATION

2013 Crew List: SDYC Members & Friends Who Made a Difference

The San Diego Yacht Club Sailing Foundation received strong financial support in 2013. These funds enabled the Foundation to provide grants to our award-winning high school and college sailing teams, sponsor a sailing camp for at-risk youth at MBAC, support our world-class Junior Program and variety of other programs.

We couldn’t have done it without you! CORINTHIAN CLUB PLANNED GIFTS The Corinthian Club was established to provide recognition for those donors who have made a planned gift through their will. Roger Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Ian Gardner-Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gibbs Staff Commodore & Mrs. Nicholas L. Frazee Staff Commodore & Mrs. Gary Gould Sam and Mona Morebello Mrs. Lewis Moulton Mr. and Mrs. John Rebelo Capt. Robert Shinn William Waite

REGATTA SOCIETY A listing of donors who gave cash or property directly to the Foundation. $5,000+ Platinum Cup $1,000-4,999 Gold Cup $500-999 Silver Cup $100-499 Bronze Cup Under $100: Friends of the Sailing Foundation

Platinum Cup Beyster Family Foundation Burnham Foundation Hervey Family Fund at The San Diego Foundation Slattery Family Foundation William Waite Jeanne Lehman Frost

Gold Cup Roger Elkins Barnes Ken Bertino William Campbell Annie Chambers The Cruising Club of America Rhett Dodson Kim Fletcher Nicholas Frazee Gordon T. Frost Gordon T. Frost, Jr. Connie K. Golden Gary Gould David Jackson Mary Lou Jefferson Geves S. Kenny Ruth Rollins

Ryan Family Charitable Foundation John Shoemaker Brian Thomas Gwynn D. Thomas

Silver Cup Todd Bloom Chester Alan Dorman Elliot Feuerstein Mimi K. Kirsch R. Andrew La Dow Peter La Dow West Coast Yacht Club

Bronze Cup Robert Adelizzi Robert & Elizabeth Alexander John Alioto Kenneth Andersen Jim D. Anderson Agnes (Nancy) Atherton Greg Augustine Lois A. Baker Christopher Calkins Matthew Dathe Joseph Benoit Joyce Benton Jerelyn Biehl Arnold L. Busse Joyce Butler Robert S. Butler Larry Bradley Eric Brelin Alex Caldwell Ed Carlson Timothy Caulfield Charles Cheyney Don Clark David Cloyd William Cole Robert Copeland Gary Copson Douglas A. Cowan Michelle Cowell Les Cross Cecil M. Dameson Frank Dwinnell, Jr. William Engle Austin Evans Kurt Eve Peter Evering Val Farrell Robert Faucett Thompson Fetter Stephen Fletcher David Folsom Gary Fraser Ann Fulmer

Wayne Germain Patty Giddings George Gildred Kenneth Greene June Greening Bennet Greenwald Richard Gulley Charlotte Hartley G. Harris Hartman Robert Heft Philip Heintz Blaire Herron Andrew Hewitt Jerald Hilbert Diana Stephens Holman Alan Holmes Charles Hope, Jr. Susan Houser George P. Huber Forrest ‘Ed’ Huggin Tom Hurlburt Thomas Janes Jimmy Jensen George Jessop Stephen M. Kew F. Bruce Kimball Paul Kissel Richard Knoth Bill Kralls Bill Kraus Gale Krause Larry Kuerbis Robert C. Kyle Jerome La Dow Stephen La Dow Paula Landale Jane S. Landon Maureen Latham James M. Lee Veronica Lee Chris Leitz William Logan Mack Lovett Edward Mackey Zachary Maxam Mary Lou McClellan Douglas McGinty J. Keith McKinnon James McNeil Paul McPherson Jack Meek Connie Melhorn Riley Mixson R. Lynn Moore Patricia Moulton Kenneth Murray Nicholas Nayfack Michael Neal Scott Norton Olde Boys’ Club

Robert Peacock Albert Pleskus Kathleen Porter Barbara Pruett John Rebelo David Rice Butch Richardson Martha Schreiner Paul Scripps Neil Senturia William John Shannon Arlene Simpson Kendall Squires Craig Starkey Hugh Starkey Allen Steele Gary Stephany Mrs. William Stephens Dean Sutter Frank Thompson J. Frank Thompson Barbara Todd Ramona Walker Louie Zimm

Friends of the Sailing Foundation Ken Abady Elizabeth Adams Ian Adleberg John Adriany Daniel Aeling Mark Akins David Alberga Mrs. C. Douglas Alford Tamara Allen Joseph Allen Blake Allen Norman Allenby Dwight Allgood Stephen Allman Douglas Allred James Altizer Miguel Alvarez Richard Ament Donald Anderson Jim Anderson John Anderson Richard Anderson William Anderson Robert Anderson David Anderson John Anderson Thomas Anderson Tinja Anderson-Mitterling Michael Anderson-Mitterling Richard Arneson Brian Arrington Arthur Arsenault

Frank Asaro Raymond Ashley Douglas Augustine William Ault Eric Axford L. Michael Axford Robert Baker Thomas Baker Donald Balfour Christopher Ball Elaine Balok Joel Baranski David Barba John Barbey, Jr. Vicki Barker Stephen Barnes Hugo Barrera Leland Barrett Victoria Barrett Tyler Barrett Zachary Barrett Timothy Barry Marian Barry James Baskin Michael Basnight Whit Batchelor William Bauce C. Bayne Gresham Bayne Marie Beaulieu Gary Bechtel Gary Becker Samuel Beckey Don Belding, Jr. Charles Bell Allison Bell Daniel Bell R Scott Bell Roy Bell Michael Benedict Richard Benjamin Hugh Bennett Edwin Bennett John Bennett Brad Bennett Matthew Bennett Marvin Benson Eric Benson Joyce Benton Randy Benton Margaret Benton John Benya Jonathan Berger Deborah Bergman Lorenzo Berho Nancy Berner Joe Bernolfo David Berry Kenneth Bertino Betty Berzins Lisa Betyar


Thomas Beutler Graham Biehl Roger Bill Dale Bingham Robert Bingham Howard Birndorf Charles Bishop Emrys Black Peter Black Bruce Blakley Donald Blucher, Jr. Elizabeth Bluhm Debra Blum Louis Blum Robert Bohl John Bohne Susan Bonanno Peggy Bone Kenny Bonilla Sumner Bookwalter Holly Bookwalter James Boone Eric Borowsky Fred Borrelli William Bowman Ryan Bozigian Lawrence Bradley, Jr. Matthew Brash Dr. E. Breitenbach Jack Brewer Matthew Brewer Mary Bridge Jo Briggs Robert Britton Daniel Brown James Brown James Brown Barbara Brown Jeffrey Brown Niza Brown Shelby Brown Robert Brownlie Heather Brownsea Jeff Bruhn Mrs. J.L. Buchanan John Buchanan Capt. E.O. Buchanan Buck Buchanan Michelle Bucklew Gregg Buckley William Budd Robert Buie James Buley Robert Burkett John Burnham Malin Burnham William Burns Patricia Burns F. Michael Busch, Jr. Christopher Busch Karen Busch Paul Buss Arnold Busse Lyle Butler Patricia Butler James Butler Mark Butler Karen Butler Ludlow Butler, Jr. Rex Butler Jerome Butsko

Mike Bythewood G. Wytie Cable Robert Cadranell Mary Cairns Alexander Caldwell Cheryl Caleca Gregg Caledonia Henry Callihan Leon Campbell Jason Campbell William Campbell Kasey Campbell Andrew Campbell Michael Campbell Barrett Canfield Stewart Cannon Robert Canterbury Steven Cantrell John Cappetta Giovanni Caprioglio Matthew Capron Robert Captain Rosemary Carey William Carey D. Christian Carleton Jeffrey Carlile Morton Carlile William Carls Sam Carpenter Cecilia Carrick Tommy Carroll Bill Carroll Thomas Carruthers Jesse Cartee Michael Caruso Ernest Casares, Jr. Sharon Case Stephen Case Sheila Casinelli Mike Casinelli Gerald Cavalieri Caryl Chabot A. Ben Chadwell, Jr. John Chalker Mike Chalker Anne Chambers Edward Chapin Steven Chatfield Beth Chavet-Oberg David Cheresh Dr. David Chigos John Choisser Adrienne Churchill Cathy Cibit Mark Clapper Kyle Clark Russell Clark Tod Clark James Clarke Kers Clausen Carda Clawson Robert Cleator, Jr. Scott Clifton David Cloyd Andrew Coldicutt Alan Cole Michael Collins Henri Colt Jeffrey Commisso Michael Conerty Dennis Conner

Michael Connolly Tacy Cook Larki Cook Rabon Cooke Derick Cooper, Jr. Dempsey Copeland Roger Copeland Gary Copson William Corbett Thomas Corbett Curtis Corda Vernon Corea Lanny Cornell Steven Corney William Corwin Stephen Cota William Courington Alvin Cox James Cox Pamela Cox Bruce Crabtree Bill Crafton James Craig Damian Craig Tyler Cramer Loch Crane Joe Craver Gary Crawford Jack Crivello Leslie Cross Les Crouch Scott Cummins Joseph Dagostino Carol Dahlberg-Bohl Bennett Dahlin Toni Daley John Daley Sharon Daley Timothy Daly Cecil Marie Dameson R. Scott Dann Keith Danon Carol Davis Ron Davis Brett Davis Julie Davis Richard Day David De Rosier Douglas De Souza Perry Dealy James DeBello Lois Dechant Thomas Deere Ruth DeFever Edele deKirby Carolann Dekker Thomas Delahanty Frederick Delaney Vincent DelPidio Cindy DeMassa John Dennis Jim Dennison Richard Denzler Craig Dever Ashley Dever Stephen Diamond Phillip Dias Elizabeth DiMelfi Charles Didham Michael Dingman Tom Dingman John Dodge Rhett Dodson John Doede Thomas Dore Richard Doering Michael Dorgan Jack Dorsee Tracy Downing Eric Doyle Charles Driscoll John Driscoll Thomas Driscoll Vicki Droz William Dubbs Charles Duddles Thomas Duffy

Michael Duffy Brian Dunn J. David Dye Rodney Eales Walter East Alejandro Echeverria John Edson Charles Egan Carl Eichenlaub James Eischen Melissa Ekdom Bradd Elander Erik Elander Linda Elefante Peter Ellsworth Thomas Ellsworth Matthew Engel Veronica Engel Arthur Engel John English Neal Esterly Craig Evanco Thalia Evenson John Eves William Eves Barry Faber C. Forrest Faison Peter Falonk Erik Faucett Kevin Faulconer Marcellite Faust Robert Feeney Robert Feinstein August Felando William Fenick Rachael Fernandez Shawn Fettel Trevor Fetter Elliot Feuerstein Brett Feuerstein Alene Fiedler Benton Field Guillermo Fierro Carolina Finch John Fink Michael Fink Jordan Fink Marjorie Fischer Todd Fisher Wade Fisher Leasa Fisher Robert Fletcher James Flynn J.E. Fogerty David Folsom Nancy Folsom John Folvig Betty Foss Mark Foster Ron Fowler Tammy Fowles William Fox Warren Foy Blair Francis Sigrid Frank Gary Fraser Bob Frazee Daniel Frazee Jeffrey French Thomas Friedkin Dan Friedman Albert Frost, Jr. Mrs. Gordon Frost Gordon Frost James Frost Christopher Frost Thomas Frost Aaron Frost Edwin Frusti Frederick Frye Frederick Frye, Jr. Timothy Fuller Donald Fulton Stephen Games Michael Ganahl Joseph Gann Richard Gant

Brian Ganz Gerald Garapich Ian Gardner-Smith Doug Garfield Simon Garland Mrs. Allen Garrett James Garrett Martin Garrick Robert Gault Robert Gault, Jr. Phillips Gausewitz Patrick Gayner David Gee Daniel Geissmann Mrs. Harold Georgens Thomas Geraghty Jeffrey Gerwin Emil Ghio Christopher Ghio Jerry Gibbs Brooks Gifford George Gifford Philip Gildred G. Lewis Gildred, Jr. Sophia Gile Ian Gill Lee Gillard Alfredo Giovannelli Jeffrey Gladstone William Glazebrook John Gleason Richard Gleason Fred Gledhill Richard Goebel Robert Goff Frances Golden Gene Golliet John Gonnerman John Goode Ewart Goodwin Barbara Gorder G. Gartz Gould Christina Grady Dianne Grafton William Graham James Grant Mrs. Kenneth Greene Bruce Greene Howard Greene Summer Greene Sherman Gregory Shirley Gresham Matthew Grob Warren Gross J. Mark Grosvenor Craig Grosvenor Walter Groves Ralph Grutsch Vance Gustafson Stefen Gustafson Richard Gustafson Vincent Guzzetta Joseph Hagan Brian Haines James Hall William Hamlin Chris Hamm Joette Hammett Wells Hampton, Jr. Ronald Hansen Wayne Hanson Susan Hanson William Hardesty Jon Hardesty Nancy Harding John Hardisty Dan Harlan P. Kent Harman Stan Harrelson Marshall Harrington Fred Harris Steve Harris Mrs. Kenneth Hartley Paul Hartley Stuart Hartley Troy Hartmann Rudolph Hasl


2013 Crew List: SDYC Members & Friends Who Made a Difference Gregory Hastings Robert Hatch Andrew Hatch Emi Hatter Kathryn Hattox James Haugh Alexander Hawk John Hawkins Kevin Haynes Mrs. Vital E. Haynes Bruce Haynes William Haynsworth Eve Hearne Raymond Hedrick Aimee Heim Frederick Hein J. Kevin Heinly Michael Held Carl Helfrich Eugene Helsel P. Lance Hendricks Jerry Herbst Michael Herman Gilbert Herrlin Matthew Hervey James Hervey Kjeld Hestehave Raymond Higgins Kimberly Higgins Anne Hill Peggy Hill James Hill Teresa Hixson Christian Hoag Allan Hodge William Hoese Linda Hoffman Paul Hogue Joseph Holasek Keith Hollenbeck Douglas Holthaus Thomas Holthus J. Michael Honeysett Todd Hoover Sharon Hope Frank Hope, Jr. G. Bruce Hopkins Mary Anne Hopper Robert Horsman Chadwick Hough William Houlihan Susan Houser Kipland Howard Frederick Howden Frederick Howe Steve Howell Jason Howerton Ralph Howlett Marie Huff Joseph Hughes Corky Hughes Todd Hughes Carol Humes E. Woodrow Hunt Steven Hunt Millie Hunter David Huntley Leslie Huntley Thomas Hurlburt Frank Hurst S. Doug Hutcheson William Hutchison James Ingraham, Jr. Donald Innis Joseph Inzunza Marilyn Irwin Jennifer Fetter Isler Bruce Ives Kirk Jackson Robert Jackson Tom Jackson Jason Jager David James Charles Jenkins D. William Jenkin J.R. Jensen Thomas Jensen

Mrs. Arthur Jessop Elizabeth Jessop Stuart Jewell Kay Johns Patrick Johnson Philip Johnson William Johnson, Jr. John Johnson Katherine Johnson Brian Johnson Paige Johnston Henry Jones Stanley Jones Todd Jones James Jones Nyda Jones-Church Stan Jorgensen Liz Jorgensen-Zborowski Howard Justus Abel Kaase Ellen Kaheny Lori Karp Michael Keefe Laura Kelleher Laurie Kellerhouse Timothy Kelley Richard Kelley Pam Kelly Michael Kelly Ryan Kelly Dennis Kenneally Sue Kennedy Lisa Kenny-Carey James Kerr, Jr. G. William Kettenburg Rosalie Kew Douglas Kincart Kenneth Klestinec Brigand Kline Gordon Knight Steven Knoblock Yutaka Kobayashi Charlotte Kobey-Morton Clarence Koehler Paul Komadina Robert Kopaniasz Geoff Kopecky Michael Koumjian Martin Kovacevich Gary Kreitzer David Kreitzer Mark Kremers Dena Krueger Michael Kuerbis Dennis Kuhn Kim Kundrak Mrs. Frederick Kunzel William Kurtz Derek Laffey A. M. Lahitte John Lake Randy Lake Katherine Lake Thomas Lancaster Richard Lancaster Nicolas Landauer John Landon Donald Lang J. C. Langlois G. “Rags” Laragione Richard Lareau W. Daniel Larsen Fred Larson Dorothea Laub John Laun Scott Launey Shala Lawrence Edward Lazarski, Jr. Grant Ledford Joy Ledford Christopher Lee Michael Lee Bradford Lee Jack Leer Geoffrey Lehy William Leonard Douglas Lepore

James Lester Richard Levenson Charles Lewis John Lightner Travis Likert Elizabeth Lillie Wan Lim R. Clark Lindberg George Lindley Robert Lindley Terry Lingenfelder Anthony Lisenko Christopher Lisle Albert Lizarraras David Lockwood Michael Loffer Christopher Logan Michael Loper Eric Loper Keith Lorence Kathleen Love Donis Lovett William Lowe David Lowry Jed Lowry Scott Lowry Mrs. Gordon Luce Andrew Luce Spencer Lugash Agnes Luster Gordon Lutes Jennifer Luther Stephen Lyford Timothy Lynch Brandon Lynch Andrea Lyon Myron Lyon John Lyon Phyllis Maas Laurie Macgillivray Bonita MacVaugh Dave MacVean James Madden Larry Maio Mark Majernik Alan Makinson Dan Malcolm Christopher Malloch Bent Moller Edward Malone Thomas Malone Steve Malowney Jean Malthaner, Jr. Charles Mann Larry Manzer Joseph Manzer Colleen Manzer Jana Mar Ray Marchetta Andy Marcus Joe Markee Amanda Markee Bill Martin Nicholas Martin Barbara Martin-Pinhero Thomas Martinez Steven Martini James Mashburn Lauren Maxam Warren McArthur Thomas McBride Michael McCafferty Thomas McCann, Jr. Catherine McCarthy Ronald McCleave Gloria McColl-Powell Gary McCormick Kenneth McCrobie Richard McCune, Jr., Jr. Barbara McDowell Rick McElvain Audrey McGinty Christine McGregor Bill McKenna Keith McKenzie John Gerard McKaveney Kelly McKeown

Douglas McKerrow Sunny McKesson Chris McKesson Daniel McKinney Janice McKinnon Michael McKittrick John McKnight John McKnight Richard McLaughlin Rod McLennan Michael McLeod Andrew McLeod James McMillan Stephen McNally Timothy McQueen William McWethy, Jr. Noel Meadows William Meanley Artie Means Mrs. Robert Meiners Charles Mellor, Sr. Enrique Mereles Richard Merriman Herbert Mertens John Messerschmitt Stephen Meyer Craig Meyer Randall Milanowski Charles Miller David Miller Morgan Miller Marjo Miller Karen Miller Traci Miller Brad Milligan Scottie Mills Bonnie Minaker Julie Mitchell Risto Mitrovich Tiffany Mittal Mark Moffat Rodney Moll Rita Moller Steven Mollering Brian Monaghan Thomas Money William Monk Barbara Monroe Scott Monroe Theodore Montag Kristina Montag Alan Mooney Mike Moore E. Blake Moore Matthew Morris Robert Morris Peter Morrow Lauren Morse Kevin Morse Ernest Mortensen Asa Morton Lance Morton Dane Morton Michael Morton Michael Morton, Jr. Mark Morton Matthew Morton Emil Mosbacher Robert Mosher Barry Moskowitz J. Andrew Moulds

Steven Mueller Martin Muir Joseph Mullen David Mulliken William Munster Scott Murfey Benjamin Murphey Mary Murphy Janette Murphy James Murray James Murray Ron Murray John Musa David Neal Joe Neale Bruce Nelson Andrew Nelson William Newbern James Nicholas Arthur Nicholas Charles Nichols Victor Nichols Donald Nicholson Michael Niggli Kazumasa Nishioka H. Elizabeth Noll Kay North Daniel North Muerl Norton Daniel Nowlan Kirk O’Brien Chad O’Connor Joanne O’Dea Gary O’Hara Sean O’Keefe Angela O’Mahony Daniel O’Malley Michael O’Riordan Edward O’Sullivan James Oberg James Ogle Robert Olds, Jr. Jed Olenick John Oliver Morgan Oliver Erika Olsen Peter Opsal Erica Opstad David Ostrander Mary Ostrander Kenneth Ott John Otterson Beverly Owens Steven Pacelli R. Michael Pack Robert Palko Keith Palmateer Michael Palumbo Mark Panissidi Greg Parise Gail Parker Sean Parker Erica Parker Thomas Parry William Pascoe James Patrick James Patterson Elizabeth Patton T. Otis Paul Richard Pavelec Douglas Pay Betty Peabody


2013 Crew List: SDYC Members & Friends Who Made a Difference

Cleo Pearson Helen Pecka Mrs. Peter Peckham Michael Peckham Bruce Peckham John Pedlow Bruce Peeling Steven Penhall Dennis Pennell Ernest Pennell Robert Pennell Trevor Perich Alex Perry James Person Oliver Peter Jeffrey Peter Daniel Peter Douglas Peterson Pat Peterson Reeve Peterson Richard Peterson Thomas Peterson Suzanne Peterson Steven Petter Marjorie Phaler Max Phelps Peter Phillips Robert Phillips Mrs. William Phillips Gary Piazzoni Randall Pittman Edward Plant John Plavan, Jr. H. Al Poindexter Ingrid Poole Helen Powell Kimberly Pretto Stephen Prough C. Pruett Tyler Pruett C. Blair Pruett James Pugh David Purcell H. P. Purdon Clive Pusey Charles Pyle John Quan Kevin Quan Scott Quan Bobbie Quick Terrence Quinn Raymond Quint Francis Radford Susan Raffe Susan Randerson Andy Rasdal David Reams David Reed, Jr. Ferrell Reed Sunny Read Ty Reed Robert Reighley Thomas Reilly John Reiter Lisa Reitz James Reynolds James Reynolds Mark Reynolds Norman Reynolds Matt Reynolds Kathyrn Rhodes

Lawrence Rhyne Cliff Rhyne E. Lee Rice Danielle Richards Fritz Richardson James Richardson Jim Richardson Ralph Richey Susan Rick John Rickard Robert Rickon Thayer Ridgway Diane Riehl Roy Rieve Scott Rights Jeannette Rigsby Thomas Riley Jill Roberts Lawrence Roberts Mika Roberts Todd Roberts Adam Roberts Robbie Robinson Buddy Robinson Paul Robison Kenneth Robison Stephen Rock Rosemary Rodger Mrs. Michael Rodi Brad Rodi John Rogers William Rogers Erik Rogers George Roland Randall Rolfe Mrs. Frank (Ruth) Rollins Stephen Root Crosby Roper Phyllis Rose Gerald Rosier Margaret Roulette Brad Ruetenik William Ruff Nick Rugen John Rumsey, Jr. Eugene Rumsey Daniel Rumsey Jerome Ryan Hal Ryan Tomas Ryan Amy Ryan David Ryan Donica Ryder Paul Saber Howard Sachs James Sakasegawa Bert Salonen Carol Sands Edward Sanford Michael Sanford T. Denny Sanford Jack Santone Catherine Santone Richard Santore Dr. Michael Satterlee G. Bradford Saunders Eduardo Savigliano Thomas Sayer Thomas Sayer, Jr. Kai Scharnweber Louis Schlegel Andrew Schlesier

Robert Schlesier, Jr. Carrie Schluter Pauline Schmid Diane Schneider Neal Schneider Diane Schwab Aldo Sciomachen Jeanne Scott Michael Scott Troy Sears Cheryl Sears Mrs. Thomas Sefton William Selby Michael Selter David Servais Erik Shampain Colin Shanner Mike Shannon Douglas Sharp Susan Sharp Xavier Sheid Tammie Sheldon Charley Sheridan Betty Sherman Barry Shillito James Shillito Barry Shillito Beth Shillito George Shinn Robert Shinn Jeffrey Shinn R.Clayton Shinn Andrew Shoemaker Jo Bobbie Showley Roger Showley Virginia Shue Helen Shultz Ann Silliman Cathleen Silliman Maria Simon Michael Sindici Chuck Sinks James Sinks Tyler Sinks Tracy Sinnott Michael Sise RADM Kenneth Slaght Matthew Slakoff James Slattery Steve Slaughter Richard Slayter Patrick Sloan Mrs. Elmer Small Stacey Smith Carl Smith Kenneth Smith Jenner Smith Matthew Smith William Smith Lindsay Smith Sandford Smith Larry Smith Matthew Smith Mark Snell Mary Snow Aislinn Sotelo Jonathan Spangler P. Tom Sparrow Walter Spath George Spellman, Jr. James Spithill Robert Spriggs Morgan Spriggs Mrs. Wallace Springstead Rocky Springstead SSSS Fleet-SDYC Kirsten Stahl Thomas Stanford Brian Stanford Harold Starkey Scott Starkey Linda Starkey Lindenmeyer Kirsten Starr Alexis Steele W. F. Stevenson Greg Stewart Richard Stoddard

Laura Stolpe James Stone James Storm Paul Strand Hans Strom Vernon Stubblefield Todd Struyk Harold Suiter, Jr. Leo Sullivan Bruce Sutphen Edward Swan Beth Swanberg Mrs. Joseph Swedelius Donald Swortwood Diane Szekely Jeffrey Tadder Richard Taubman Richard Tear E. Wayne Terry Stephen Thein Lindy Thomas Clifford Thompson Gordon Thompson Kent Thompson Jim Thompson John Thornton Steven Tietsworth Bill Tilden Michael Timon Justin Tjalma James Tomcik Mary L. Toomey Isao Toyama Matt Traino Adrienne Tran Helmut Trapp Albert Trepte Christine Trimble Maria Trotter Max Trummer William Trumpfheller Eric Tucker Eric Turner R. Dean Tuttle Donald Tuverson Julianne Tweeten Frank Tybor Peter Van Horne Molly Vandemoer Keith Vaux Peter Venieris J. Craig Venter Douglas Vickery Glen Vieira Dave Vieregg Earl Vikander Robert Vincent Richard Virgilio Saundra Vissman Bill Vogt John Voigt John Vorgeas Christopher Waddell Eric W. Walker, III Theodore Walker, Sr. Theodore Walker Howard Walker Paul Walker Jane Wallace Mark Wallace Brian Wallace Brian Walsh John Ward Ted Wassel Mark Weatherup Shannon Wehsener William Weiland Karl Weingarten Eric Weintraub Gary Weisman Sylvia Welles Frank Wellington Robert Welsh Douglas Werner Michael West John Weston Mrs. Richard Wheeler

Dorothy Wheeler Donald Whelan David Whisenhunt James Whistler Byron White R. Shelton White Daniel White Jack White, Jr. Gregg Wickstrand Colin Wied James Wiesler Victor Wild John Wilks Betty Jo Williams Stephen Williams Aaron Williams James Wilson Robert Wilson, Jr. Mrs. Thomas Wilson Phillip Wilson Nicholas Wilson Douglas Wilson Robert Winchell Robert Witt Ashley Wolters David Wood Lara Wood Robert Woodall Steven Worcester G. Barry Worthington III Bradley Wright Thomas Wright Richard Wright Steve Wright Donald Wyatt Frank K. Wyatt, III John Wylie Heather Xitco Donald Young Laura Zagar Peter Zarcades Paul Zeigler Shelley Zimmerman Julius Zolezzi Peter Zouvas Andrew Zucker ★

SAILING FOUNDATION

2013 Grant List $16,341: SDYC Junior Program $ 8,000: Grants to San Diego area active school sailing teams $ 7,500: Mission Bay Aquatic Center Sailing Scholarships $ 5,000: San Diego Hall of Champions $ 4,000: USA45 Racing – Youth America’s Cup Team $ 2,095: Monarch School outreach $ 2,160: Seascouts Ship 1886 $ 1,500: Southwestern Yacht Club Sailing Scholarships $ 1,000: South Bay YMCA Aquatic Program $ 1,200: US Sailing Leadership conference – registration fees $ 1,000: Pacific Coast Interscholastic Sailing – sail replacement $ 2,000: Grants to San Diego County team at High School Team Race Nationals $ 2,000: Grants to San Diego County team at High School Doublehanded Nationals $ 1,000: Grants to San Diego County team at High School Singlehanded Nationals

TOTAL GRANTS FOR 2013 $54,796


ON THE RACE COURSE

MEN’S MAYHEM BY DEE VAN HORNE

Thank

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Let’s show our red/white/blue colors on and off the water! The SSSS also races once a month on a Saturday. So, if you can’t make the Tuesday, come join us on Saturday. Check out the SSSS fleet calendar online at www.sdyc.org/fleets/ssss/ senior_sabots for our sailing dates. Photos by Joanne O’Dea

you all Men’s Mayhem’rs for joining in on the fun of racing on Saturday April 19th. We had 29 men out on the race course for a day of sailing and “boy o boy” what a day! We had terrific wind and a total of 5 races. We also had lots of action on the water including capsizing at the dock – a little over excitement to get to the racing venue as well as broken boat parts and capsizing at the finish line next to the committee boat! Our big winners are our very own Commodore, Chuck Sinks taking home the big one… the “Auld Mug,” Micky Ryan, winning the notorious and well respected Lindley Gould Fat Ass trophy that so proudly hangs in the men’s room and John Rudderham winning the Club ‘Tub” award. Congratulations to all of our manly men for sailing in this year’s Mayhem. Don’t forget the Sr. Sabot Nationals on June 14th and 15th at Mission Bay Yacht Club. We need your help to make this event shine for our club. If you have a little time to spare to help with event coordination on the weekend of June 14 and 15, please let myself know or Michael or Geves. We appreciate your support! Please purchase a t-shirt online for this event! Save the dates…June 22nd is the

Ladies and Men’s SCWSA regatta to be held at Newport Harbor Yacht Club. If you are interested in attending, please contact me so I can reserve a space for your boat on the trailer. The SSSS fleet will be hosting a fun race during the fourth of July festivities. Please come out and sail in this event!


ON THE RACE COURSE

RACE COMMITTEE BY SUSI GRAFF

May was another busy month for

SDYC’s Race Committee – we ran races on four out of the five weekends in the month. The racing ran the gamut from the Yachting Cup with all the big boats to the High School Doublehanded National Championship sailed in CFJ’s. This year’s Yachting Cup featured a Friday afternoon “tour-de-bay” race, with participation by mostly the bigger boats. We started at the east end of Harbor Island and finished up by Buoy 17. As we were starting the last fleet, the Transpac 52 Bud zoomed by us on the way to the leeward mark so we

quickly picked up anchor and beat feet to the finish area. And then of course the wind started to shut down. Luckily we got all boats finished before the 6 PM time limit. The rest of the Yachting Cup weekend was raced on two courses in the ocean. We saw light and fluky winds on Saturday (and those of us on the far ocean course were quite jealous of the better winds on the near ocean venue – they got in 3 races while we only got in 2). Sunday was a better day all around, although the seas got a little lumpier. On the heels of the Yachting Cup was the High School Doublehanded National Championship (Mallory Trophy), sailed on the city front with club CFJ’s and the 20 best high school

teams from around the country. If you have not witnessed high school racing, put it on your to-do list. This was a fast-paced regatta with tight starts and close finishes, keeping the race committee on their toes. There was never a dull moment and hardly time to grab a bite to eat between races. The kids were phenomenal and it was very exciting to be on the race course. The month rounds out with the annual ORCA Bowl for the Etchells fleet (always well attended and competitive) and the 52nd annual Rollins Bowl for the Star fleet. And June promises to be yet another busy month, again with only one free weekend out of five for the race committee. Come out and join us! Sail fast…live slow.

RACE RESULTS

COURTESY OF THE SAILING OFFICE

Opening Day Race: April 12, 2014 Class 1 Winner: Mike Hatch, J Almighty Class 2 Winner: DagFish, Viggen Class 3 Winner: Karen Busch, Wani Racing Class 4 Winner: Ben Nieting, J/22 Overall Winner: Karen Busch, Wani Racing Men’s Mayhem, April 19, 2014 1st Place: Chuck Sinks 2nd Place: Brad Rodi 3rd Place: Eric Heim Fun Race Winner: David Ryan

PCISA Gold Pacific Coast Championship, April 26-27, 2014 1st Place: Newport Harbor High School 2nd Place: Point Loma High School 3rd Place: Corona del Mar High School 4th Place: The Branson School * Top 4 qualify for Mallory High School Nationals

May 2 - 4, Yachting Cup Class Boat Name

Owner

Fast 50 Margaritaville Jay Steinbeck Fast 40 Timeshaver Viggo Torbensen Fast 45 Precepts II Drew Belk J/120 CC Rider Chuck Nichols PHRF C Rival David Boatner Flying Tigers Justice John Harrop J/109 Shadowfax Chris Mewes J/105 Sanity Rick Goebel Beneteau 36.7 Adventure Ted Butterfield J/70 DFZ Kownacki/Jenkins J/80 Avet Curt Johnson

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The Cruising Fleet continues to enjoy the best of both worlds, cruising to neat places with a lot of fun thrown in for great memories and special events planned for ever member. If you are reading this and you are not a member of the Crusing Fleet and want to enjoy the special programs we have at our dinner or the other events, you should join our Fleet for only $50/year!

June Cruise - Friday, June 20th

July Cruise - Friday, July 18th to Sunday the 20th

Med Tie at SDYC starting at 2:00 p.m. Cocktails on the guest dock 5:00 p.m. Bring your favorite bottle of wine & appetizer.

Friday- Cocktails and dinner at the Chula Vista Yacht Club. Saturday morning, we will all participate in a potluck breakfast on the docks with the Cruising Fleet providing the fresh perked coffee. Followed by an Expedition to ferry interested members over to the Living Coast Discovery Center At about 5:00pm we will be boarding Chula Vista’s own tall ship Bill of Rights for a good time. Cocktails and you can cook aboard or head over to one of the two restaurants in the marina. Sunday- Depart by noon. Cruise Captain: Bob Morris

Saturday 21st Games for whoever wants to play. Sat. 5:00 p.m. BBQ in the Pavilion please sign up online. The June BBQ will feature prime steaks and fresh caught Norwegian Salmon BBQed on the outdoor grill of the SDYC pavilion by famous culinary experts from as far away as Pt. Loma and Claremont. Such tender vittles as Potato salad, and many other cowboy style chuck wagon feeds will be featured. Sign up now because space will be at a premium.. Ketchup is supplied too free of charge along with other fine steak sauces, many unheard of at the SDYC previously. There will be free water and other refreshments and a no host bar for those who have to travel from far, far away to imbibe upon. There are rumors of margaritas but no confirmation thereof. Sunday 22nd Bloody Mary’s & Mimosas on the guest dock. Med Tie breaks starting at 11:00 a.m Todd Bloom, Co-Cruise Capt. Lanny Cornell, Co-Capt. /BBQ Capt.

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FLEETS, ETC. J/70 BY JOANNE O’DEA PHOTOS BY BRONNY DANIELS

The J/70 fleet at SDYC is growing and

becoming more active as we speak! The fleet welcomes new members Jeff Brown and David Jensen, hull 306, and David Cheresh, hull 540 Flare. David and Team Flare sailed their first regatta last month in SDYC’s Yachting Cup. Great job Team Flare! Team Soggy Dollar also had a great showing at Yachting Cup. The photos included with this article are from Yachting Cup. There is a fun summer in store for the J/70s here at SDYC, and beyond San Diego. The first weekend in June is Cal Race Week, the SoCal fleet expects a strong showing. Long Beach Race Week is the last weekend of June. Both events are Fleet 4 High Point regattas. By the time you are reading this, the CRA Beer Can Series 2014 will be in full swing and Fleet 4 has come up with a way to take the FUN of Beer Can racing to the next level! The “Fun Race to the Fun Race”! The boats are launched at the hoist between B and C docks. As the skippers and crew arrive, they are greeted with ample pre-race refreshments. At the designated time, there is a “Le Mans” start racing to the Race Committee boat on the Beer Can Course. Once out to the racing area, if the wind is super light, the fleet starts the CRA course, races to the first mark, then peels off to race back to the hoist dock. If the wind allows for a typical evening race, the fleet races CRA course, then races back to the hoist dock, first back to the dock wins! Racing both ways creates a fun and pleasant way to get to and from the course. After racing, once back at the hoist dock, refreshments are enjoyed, where the fleet shares racing stories. J/70 Fleet 4 has great camaraderie; folks love to share tuning and racing tips, and we look forward to welcoming new members. • w w w. s d yc .o r g •

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ANGLERS BY BROCK GUENTNER

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une is here and the kids are ready for summer! The Angler’s Group has 3 great opportunities of all SDYC members to get kids involved in fishing. Kids Fishing Seminar – June 8, 8-10AM – Learning to fish is a great hobby and a tasty way to put dinner on the table. This seminar will teach kids (and their parents/grandparents) the basics of fishing in our local waters. We will meet at 8AM in front of the club house and be giving lessons on everything you will need to know to get started. We will help you learn to rig your fishing tackle, to bait a hook, how to use a lure and hopefully help you land a fish right there from the dock. Everyone is welcome; tackle and bait will be available. Come on down to

CYCLING FLEET ARTICLE & PHOTOS BY TINA WILLMORE

the docks and learn a new skill that will help you land a big one at the 4th of July Dock Fishing tournament! Kids Fishing Day aboard the Sea Watch -- June 29 – A tradition for more than 3 decades, the kids fishing day is a great way for kids to try their hand at deep sea fishing. SDYC members can sign up their child/grandchild for a half day deep sea fishing trip aboard the Sea Watch sponsored by the SDYC Anglers Group. The boat will depart from Dana Landing at noon, please arrive by 11:30. Bait and tackle as well as a hotdog and drink will be provided, but you can bring your own. Additional food is available for purchase. SDYC members must RSVP at the front desk to secure a spot on the boat; space is limited. Come join us and be part of a SDYC Anglers Group tradition. 5th Annual SDYC Anglers VS SWYC Anglers VS Coronado Anglers Bay Fishing Challenge – June 21 – This

event is open to all Angler member boats and their guests. Captains must by SDYC Anglers members and sign up by noon June 20th at the front desk with your entire crew list, sorry no exceptions. Fishing is limited to San Diego Harbor. This year the SWYC will host dinner after a great day on the water. No entry fee required. Come join some fun and camaraderie with other local anglers. The Anglers Group takes pride in providing events to help encourage our kids and grandkids to get out and enjoy being on the water. These events are funded by Anglers annual dues. It’s never too late to join the Anglers and help make recreation on the water more meaningful for our next generation. For more information contact Pete at peter.evering@att.net. Tight Lines!

Staff Commodores that include Kyle Clark, Andy LaDow, Chuck Hope & our current Commodore, Chuck Sinks.

1: Saturday, July 5th 2: Mileage is approximately 34 FLAT miles 3: Start time: 8:30am (please be there by 8:00-8:15am to be ready to roll at 8:30am) 4: Helmets REQUIRED!!! 5: Make sure to have water with you. (there will be 1 rest stop with water & some snacks) 6: The Ferry ride back to San Diego is $4.25. The Ferry runs every hour on the half hour. We are looking forward to seeing you all out there!

Details about the ride:

We

are gearing up for our 2nd Annual 4th of July Ride around the Bay and want to invite Everyone & Anyone to join us! This ride is not a race, it is a social/fun ride & it’s for anyone who knows how to ride a bike. This year is a very Special ride as we will have our very own SDYC Cycling Members Mayor Kevin Faulconer & Chief of Police Shelley Zimmerman riding with us as well as many of our

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FLEETS, ETC.

J/22 FLEET By J/22 COMMITTEE

The J/22 Fleet is going strong and

the La Playa Race Track is open for business! Steve Hunt kicked off the season with Tuesday Night Training which was attended by Rolex Yachtsman of the Year Bill Hardesty and World Match Race Tour Leader Taylor Canfield as well as a deep group of teams – the breeze was almost as big as the learning curve – not many Clubs can put together such a level of skill and enthusiasm, or boats for that matter. Wednesday Night Beercans have

FIELD DAY

AMATEUR RADIO EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION IN ACTION BY PETER VAN HORNE, KA6U, SDARG CHAIRMAN

The ARRL Field Day is an emergency

preparedness activity where radio operators in North America operate emergency radio stations to practice setting up and operating stations in adverse conditions. In the United States, over 30,000 operators participate every year. The SDYC ARG invites any club members who are curious about Amateur Radio to visit the club station between 11:00 am Saturday June 28 and 11:00 am Sunday June 29. We are going to operate for 24 hours nonstop. Anyone who visits the station will be invited to make contacts using our club station. You don’t need to have a license to participate! Children are welcome. In 1933 the ARRL held the first Field Day. With the exception of during WWII, Field Day has been held the last weekend in June every year. This

started as well – what a great way to blow off steam mid-week. The courses are short, the margins small, but the knowledge gained is huge. The races are very casual, we set a course and use the sabot automated timing system and just race. There is no scoring. We usually manage to get in 4-5 windward/leeward twice around races an evening. Here are the guidelines: - Membership in the J/22 program required - Reserve your J/22 on the fleet website - Marks will be set and starts will be run by Darin Hayden/Dick Denzler (J/22 racers) - Courses will be called out on VHF69 but if you don’t have a radio, you can

expect windward/leeward...twice around. - Competitors are expected to help pickup marks at the end of racing and place them on the sabot dock - US Sailing rules apply. No contact between boats. If you are over early, you must restart. We are on the “honor system.” Reminder that Adult Sail Training is underway! There is a whole summer’s worth of instruction and opportunity; pick your days and set your goals now. Become a member of the J/22 fleet, or just show up as a crew and get in on the learning and fun now! For more details about any of the J/22 programs, visit: http://sdyc.org/fleets/j_22_fleet.

year Field Day stations will operate from 11:00 AM PDT Saturday June 28 – 10:59 AM Sunday June 29th. Many Field Day stations set up temporary operating stations outof-doors operating from tents using temporary antennas and emergency power. Emergency power sources include batteries, generators, solar cells, even human powered generators. Other stations operate from Emergency Operations Centers using emergency power. Some stations operate mobile from vehicles on the road, the water, in the air, even from the International Space Station. Most Field Day operations are run by clubs and for many clubs it is the biggest event of the year. Field Day stations try to contact as many stations as possible in all areas of North America. Stations compete to score points and be recognized as the most effective emergency communications station in their part of the country. The SDYC ARG is going to operate our club station W6IM as a Field Day station on Saturday and Sunday June 28 – 29. We are going to operate as a multi-operator station and will make contacts using our high-power HF station, VHF and UHF radios and we are even going to make contacts using

Amateur Radio satellites orbiting the Earth. The W6IM station will operate using emergency power. Making contacts is easy. W6IM will have one of the strongest signals on the air and hundreds of stations will call us. One of our club’s experienced members will be available to help anyone who is interested in trying Amateur Radio. We are going to publicize our Field Day operation. One of your SDYC ARG’s objectives for 2014 is to establish our club station W6IM as a qualified emergency operations center providing communications services to our community in times of need. Field Day is a great opportunity to test practice emergency communications. Please drop by the SD ARG station on the 2nd floor of the locker building the last weekend in June and join in the fun!

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BUFFALO BEACH WORK PARTY 2014

Everything but the Kitchen Sink BY SCOTT LAUNEY

Scratch that; we did bring the kitchen sink!

Your SDYC Work Party departed Sunday, May 4th in the late evening on three boats with 12 volunteers to tackle the Outstation repairs and improvements for the coming season. You will all be amazed and impressed with what they accomplished over the 5 days we had on Catalina. On board Neptune were Captain and Work Party Lead Gregg Buckley, Paul Robison and Phil Wilson. On Merriment were Captains Myron and Andrea Lyon, Buck Buchanan and Steve Corney. Aboard Sunshine Captain Bob Vincent, Scott

Launey, Roger Showley, Bud Robinson, Archer Sagman, and guest Fabio Vaglio. The night crossing was a little rough this year, but no problem for the “Old Salts” aboard the well found SDYC vessels. Unloading all the gear, tools and food and drink is always a challenge, but we accomplished that in a couple of hours then it was a well-deserved breakfast and down to work. Space allowed here does not even come close to letting me cover all the details our crew did, but I’ll highlight a few. Bud went right to work servicing and cleaning the essential Ice Maker a key ingredient to summer fun. With Roger and Bob taking care of the galley it was scrubbed spotless and we all were treated to a fantastic cuisine for the whole week. From Cinco de Mayo Monday to steak Thursday we never went wanting. Everyone else was continually cutting, trimming, cleaning, painting, repairing and building. One project you’ll soon see when you come out to BB is an entirely new dishwashing area. A commercial sink (hence the title) now will make room

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for all and along with two new trash bins to make keeping the Outstation clean an easier task. We assembled two new BBQs and a new stainless steel top now graces the food prep table thanks to SDYC member Tod Firotto. There are new side and front tent panels installed on three tents thanks to Paul and Phil. I wish I could continue for several pages in this Mainsheet, but alas they won’t let me. You’ll have to get out to BB to enjoy it all. It was a special pleasure for me to work with these outstanding members and please stop them around the club house and let them know how much you appreciate their efforts; they all took time from their busy lives to improve our “little slice of heaven.”


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TENNIS BY KEITH DANON

Summertime

is knocking on our doors. Be sure we have your current e-mail address to keep you informed on all of our fun events coming up! A big “Thank You” to everyone who attended my 6th annual “Tropical Tennis Mixer.” We were hoping for cool weather and we got our wish. The Launeys, the Fetters, Marti Smith, Andy Shumaker, and Kari Topxand were hitting hard. Matt Brown, Steve C., Skip Rickon, Sandy Valone, and Jerry Hilbert had their rackets swinging all day long. Carrie Schluter, Todd Bloom, Kelly Thomas, John Dodge, Sandra Angel and Uncle Joe took no prisoners. Bruce Ives, Laurie McNamara, and Marci Van Stee rounded out the competitive field. Vice Commodore John Laun and Rear Commodore Doug Werner along with 30 spectators supported our players. As the afternoon progressed, the winds calmed down, and the sounds of the 2 blenders and crowds came to a fevered pitch. Fresh fruit cocktails, smoothies, sandwiches, snacks, and excellent conversation was enjoyed by all. My oddly fruit colored hands were a concern after the tournament until Dr. Chambers told me to “Stay away from the blender” for a few days. It came down to Andy and Kelly battling Bruce and Jane. Bruce and Jane came

out on top with a 6-1 victory. It’s something Jane always does to get her doubles partners motivated. All four finalists received nice bottles of “Moet” to take home. Congratulations to our “Fantastic Final Four.” The hula hoop contest was a different story. Suzy “Hula Hoop” Launey astounded us again. A hula hoop seemingly attached to her hip allowed her to win the prize of a nice bottle of wine. Kelly was inches off the ground with the limbo pole and went home “Limbo Champion” along with a bottle of wine in her purse. And your chiropractor is ...? Applause go out to Scott and Matt for pictures and all their help. The 4th of July weekend is only weeks away. Right around the corner from that is our “Tennis Fleet Raft Up” in La Playa. Thank you to everyone that makes the Tennis Fleet” a success! See you on the courts.

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PC BY RISH PAVELEC, PC #16 DAWN

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e just returned from our trip to Virginia. I am still speechless after visiting Mt. Vernon and Monticello. At my “advanced age”…it is still a complete wonderful experience to walk the grounds of these fathers of our great country. We also visited the Mariner’s Museum at Newport News, Virginia, where we saw the remnants of the Monitor. That, too, was a wonderful experience. Thanks to our membership with our SD Maritime Museum, we saved the $24.00 entrance fee and visited for free. Those of you who are not yet members of our great museum and who travel a lot…this is an example of what savings membership in our SDMM offers. It was great to read of the historic battle between the Monitor and the CSS Virginia (AKA USS Merrimac). On Sat. April 5, 2014 the PC Fleet hosted a get together for the purpose of getting the PC’s ready for our 129th

opening day. The turn out was sparce, but those who did participate enjoyed themselves. Barry Worthington #54, Dennis & Ernie Pennell #62, Dennis Allen #26, Rocky Hatch #24, Beth & Jim Oberg #11, and the team of Gould, Kenny & Lindley #14 all enjoyed themselves. Participants feasted on Home Made Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Coleslaw, Chips, and sodas, beer & wine. It was a good opportunity to talk about rigs, paint & varnish, and some construction discussions. We had our newest PC owners, Chris & Dale Frost, stop by to look at some other boats while considering their updating project on #43. The AMSS April Fool’s race produced another winner. PC #14 cleaned up and took first place in Group A of the regatta. Congrats to George L and SC Gary G for a great PC performance. You all made us proud! By now, you know that Chris Frost is the new owner of PC #43 brought down from Marina Del Ray. Club Member Roger Stewart made a trip back east to see #50 with the hopes of bringing her home…but determined that she was in pretty bad shape and would not survive the trip home…. for the price. The fleet continues to grow and interested skippers continue to

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be realistic about the condition of the boats and what they are willing to pay for boats that are not well maintained. Roger and the owner of #50 are still discussing a decent price. More to follow!! Next week, Roger is going north to look at #83 which is now for sale. I went down to the club today to give DAWN a well deserved cleaning and got her Flags up. It was lonely down there but know you all will surface soon and make PC Row shine. I must say it was kind of neat to see that all the boats were still covered up, except for DAWN, but knowing that in a few days the entire line up with sparkle!! The PC Fleet Champion Regatta will be held on May 17th and 18th, but I can not report at this time. May 10th will bring the AMSS Yesteryear Regatta. The Kettenburg & Classic Yacht Regatta will be held on June 28th & 29th. This will be a very active packed weekend, with the Concours D’Elegance on Friday evening on the front dock, an ocean race on Saturday and a bay race on Sunday, the bay race will start off the yacht club, from the club house copula. Skippers may sign up for just the bay race, just the ocean race, just the Concours D’Elegance, or do the whole weekend! Remember that June 14th and 15th will bring the San Diego Wooden Boat Festival at Koehler’s. I plan on DAWN being there showing new brightwork. Lastly, I was soooo pleased and excited to see the PC’s uncovered with flags up on Opening Day!!! All but 3 boats were on display and I have to say….I have NEVER seen E Street look so great and our fleet look so fantastic. Thanks to all you fleet members who took the time to make your boats shine!! Congrats to #31 and #14 for placing 2nd and 4th in the Opening Day Race (Group 3)! So here we are into June. Please get out there and enjoy your boats, your fleet and your club!!


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MODEL YACHT FLEET BY DAVID RYAN

It never fails. Every year SDYC’s Model

Yacht fleet continues to experience special, unexpected moments that reinforce our appreciation for the camaraderie and compassion, which is at the core of what it means to be member of SDYC. Whether it’s hosting the CR-914 Nationals (as we will for the 4th time in 2015) and re-connecting with our good friends from around the country, or unforgettable memories from past Corte Madera regattas, our fleet has been blessed with amazing opportunities and experiences, year after year. This past month was no exception. As you may have read in a recent “SDYC News” email blast from our ever-eloquent Commodore, Chuck Sinks, we had a special opportunity to welcome our newest fleet member in a very unique way. Due in large part to the creative care and concern of SDYC Junior parent Kimberley Carter McKnight, we were alerted to the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the life of one of our top Junior sailors, Jack Egan. With some recent significant medical issues, Jack has had to restrict himself from routine participation in the Junior Racing program that has been such an important element in his recreational activities. Apparently, the sensitive access ports for chemotherapy treatments cannot risk contamination, should he fall overboard while racing out on the water. So, the perfect solution seemed to be the obvious “dock-side” alternative, model yacht racing. Despite the short notice, it didn’t take long for our dedicated team of boatwrights, Jean Malthaner and Dick Denzler, to refurbish a couple of boats

from the “bone yard” that had seemed destined to be “parted-out.” Working more feverishly that Santa’s Elves and with a level of secrecy reminiscent of Jean’s work on cruise missiles during the cold-war era, they outfitted not one, but two, boats with new electronics, paint and tuned rigs and rags. Payment for all of the equipment expenses was made possible from the generosity of the model yacht fleet budget, not to mention the numerous hours of dedicated “labor-of-love” contributed by Jean and Dick. In a matter of a couple of weeks, the boats were ready to go…on budget, on time… classic Jean!

The project was made even more special by the fact that young Jack had no idea what was about to happen. In a surprise, informal “ceremony” on April 19th just prior to the SSSS Men’s Mayhem, several members of the yacht fleet, including Fleet Captain. Chuck Mellor, Jean, Dick, and yours truly, met in the member’s lounge, along with Commodore Sinks and the McKnights. With a palpable air of excitement and anticipation, we waited as Jack, along with his parents, Chuck and Sara Egan, walked through the doors to the collective exclamation of “Surprise!” The moments that immediately followed can be classified as nothing less than pure “magic.” Following expressions reflective of Jack’s initial shock and bewilderment, his eyes lit up, as it was apparent that he was becoming aware of what was transpiring. Beaming and grinning, with his buddy Cole Harris by his side, Jack began ogling the gleaming model

yachts, noting the special detail on one boat’s transom, bearing the SDYC burgee and his name. As all in attendance exchanged hugs of appreciation after some heartfelt sharing by several folks, Jack and Cole made their way down to the docks with master instructor, Jean Malthaner, and an entourage of well-wishers. After a brief procedural demonstration of proper sealing of the deck to prevent damage to the electronics (see photo), Jack and Cole grabbed the controls for each of the two boats and began to show how all those hours of “gaming” on an X-Box can translate directly into model yacht handling skills. What everyone witnessed next was nothing less than a “clinic” of masterful match racing technique, courtesy of these promising, young skippers. The following weekend, during our scheduled Spring Series II, Jack had an opportunity to “mix it up” for the first time with some of the seasoned vets (some a little more seasoned than others), including International Star World Champion, George Szabo, and his most-recent crew, Craig Moss. With a “stacked deck” of skippers participating that, through mere coincidence, reads like a historical account of SDYC homegrown talent, Jack and Cole were able to show moments of brilliance, reflective of irrefutable, impending future successes. The top 5 positions of the 13-boat fleet are: 1. George Szabo 10 pts. 2. Skip Malthaner 19 pts. 3. Craig Moss 21 pts. 4. Larry Adams 33 pts. 5. John Landon 40 pts. To say that the SDYC Model Yacht fleet is experiencing rejuvenation, both literally and figuratively, would be an understatement. We look forward to continuing shared experiences with all who are interested in becoming involved with a dynamic and everdiversifying fleet, in the pure spirit of Corinthian competition.

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JUNIORS

JUNIORS

BY JOHN FRETWELL PHOTOS BY BOB VINCENT

Besides honoring the most important

women in the world, SDYC observed another Mother’s Day tradition in May by hosting the High School Doublehanded National Championship. The top twenty teams from around the country assembled to vie for ISSA’s coveted Mallory Trophy, setting the stage for a dramatic weekend. Utilizing SDYC’s regionally unrivaled fleet of 24 CFJ dinghies and the ultraspectator-friendly Cityfront venue; sailors, coaches, and fans were treated to breezy conditions and a nail-biter finish! Congratulation to the Point

level that aspect of the competition. Teams also often field heavy and light crews, as conditions dictate. With no throw-outs, every race counts and a team’s score is the sum of their divisional scores. Consistency is key! Saturday began as planned with a tow downtown, but Mother Nature still had her surprises in store. A normalenough seeming southwesterly began toggling wildly from south to west, calling for many course changes and a couple abandoned races and starts; especially frustrating since pressure was great at about 10 kts the whole time. PRO Jeff Johnson and his team put up a valiant effort, and we’re able to put six very high quality races on the books for both A and B Divisions. As the sun set on day one, The Branson School from San Francisco held the lead, with

2014 National Champs! (from l-r) Coach Steve Hunt, Will La Dow, Kenny Moats, Scott Sinks, Johannes McElvain, Rebecca McElvain, Mercedes McPhee, Jennifer Johnson, Andy Reiter

Loma High School Pointers, who rallied on Sunday to win by one point, capturing their sixth National title! Competitors arrived on Friday, and were greeted to typically excellent conditions for practice at the downtown venue, and an evening Competitor’s Meeting to get ahead of the game. For those not familiar with scholastic sailing, teams field two divisions called A and B. Divisions alternate sailing two races at a time, while the division on shore confers with coaches, etc. At each rotation, teams change boats, in an attempt to 30 • J U N E 2 014 M ai n s h e e t • w w w. s d yc .o r g

Corona del Mar in second, and Point Loma and Shorecrest (FL) tied for third, illustrating the depth of talent from the Pacific Coast conference! Sunday provided much better racing with breeze veering smoothly from west to northwest and building from 12-17 kts! Getting starts off was easy, but the new challenge was keeping up with various breakdowns as sailors pushed boats and themselves to the edge in the escalating conditions. As the 4pm time limit approached, just one more race would be held for each division. PLHS A Division sailors Scott Sinks and Johannes McElvain posted a 6, drawing their team into a tie for the lead with St. George’s, with Shorecrest just one point back! PLHS B Division, Will La Dow and Jennifer Johnson hit the water. A finish of 5th place may not seem as exciting as the five bullets Will racked up to win his division, but with St. Georges crossing 6th, it was just what the doctor ordered to seal the Mallory Championship for PL! Hosting the Mallory was no simple feat. Literally a year of preparation went into making this event a success and a wide variety of members were involved. Not insignificantly, SDYC also hosted the Pacific Coast Championship just two weeks before the Mallory, which proved to be a great warm-up! Big thanks to Regatta Chair Danielle Richards for all of her many efforts. John and Lisa Reiter also took on many


critical tasks, with John spearheading the complex logistics of staging from the B Street Pier, and Lisa leading registration! Carrie Schluter handled trophies, and Bob Vincent led the daunting effort of getting the floating rotation dock installed after its trip from Shelter Island! S/C Bill Campbell and his team did an amazing job with on the water judging and protests, which is not to be taken lightly in this highly-pressurized championship! A long list of additional volunteers were present daily to turn this vision into reality! Big thanks to everyone at SDYC who made this impressive regatta a success and congratulations to Coach Steve Hunt and the entire PLHS Sailing Team on a hard-fought victory!

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JUNE 2014 MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY 1

Night Tennis

Bridgedeckers

Prime Rib

3

2

TUESDAY KIDS TENNIS CLINIC

9

4

5

SEMI ANNUAL MEETING

23

ADULT SAIL TRAINING

Beer Can BBQ

11

Prime Rib

Beer Can BBQ

LEHMAN TWILIGHT IV

18

19

CRUISING FLEET DINNER SSSS SUMMER SERIES III

Night Tennis J/22 BEER CANS

Prime Rib

Beer Can BBQ

24

30

TUESDAY KIDS TENNIS CLINIC

25

SSSS SPRING SERIES IV

SNACK BAR OPENS

Night Tennis J/22 BEER CANS

Prime Rib

Beer Can BBQ

MODEL YACHT SUNSET II

13

Darren & Terry Show Bridgedeckers

TUESDAY KIDS TENNIS CLINIC

7

Deck Dining

12 Night Tennis J/22 BEER CANS

17

ADULT SAIL TRAINING

Bridgedeckers

Night Tennis J/22 BEER CANS

SSSS SUMMER SERIES II

ADULT SAIL TRAINING

16

TUESDAY KIDS TENNIS CLINIC

6

Ladies Luncheon

Prime Rib

10

STAR ROLLINS BOWL Steak Night

Deck Dining

SSSS SUMMER SERIES I ADULT SAIL TRAINING

NORTH U YOUTH VARSITY CINEGATTA

Bridgedeckers

26

KIDS FISHING SEMINAR JUNE ONE DESIGN WEEKEND SSSS SATURDAY RACE Steak Night

14

15 MATCH RACE INVITATIONAL SENIOR SABOT NATIONALS

MODEL YACHT SUNSET III

Steak Night

Deck Dining

20

21

MODEL YACHT SUNSET IV

CRUISING FLEET BBQ SDYC/SWYC FISHING TOURNEY

27 Bridgedeckers

8

Deck Dining

22

28

LADIES/MENS REGATTA

29

Steak Night KIDS FISHING DAY

KETTENBURG CLASSIC & YACHT REGATTA USSA JR. TRIPLEHANDED QUAL MODEL YACHT SUNSET V

LEHMAN BEER CAN I

LEHMAN SUMMER SERIES I

Deck Dining

JULY 2014 MONDAY

TUESDAY 1

TUESDAY KIDS TENNIS CLINIC

WEDNESDAY 2

3

8

TUESDAY KIDS TENNIS CLINIC

Night Tennis

Bridgedeckers MODEL YACHT SUNSET II

9

ADULT SAIL TRAINING

14

Prime Rib

15

22

ADULT SAIL TRAINING

28

16

TUESDAY KIDS TENNIS CLINIC

TUESDAY KIDS TENNIS CLINIC

Night Tennis J/22 BEER CANS

Prime Rib

Steak Night

12

MODEL YACHT SUNSET III

Deck Dining

13 PC ONE DESIHN ONE DESIGN WEEKEND

Steak Night

SSSS Saturday Race

19

Bridgedeckers

20

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Bridgedeckers

YVONKA INTERNATIONAL RACE

26

27

Steak Night

MODEL YACHT SUNSET V

Deck Dining

31

Beer Can BBQ

Dutch Shoe Marathon Deck Dining

25

Beer Can BBQ

Night Tennis J/22 BEER CANS ADULT SAIL TRAINING

6

MODEL YACHT SUNSET IV

24

30

SUNDAY

4th of July Cocktail Bingo

18 Bridgedeckers

Beer Can BBQ

Prime Rib

29

Bridgedeckers Darren & Terry Show

17

23

5

11

RACING RULES SEMINAR

Night Tennis J/22 BEER CANS

Prime Rib

ADULT SAIL TRAINING

21

TUESDAY KIDS TENNIS CLINIC

Beer Can BBQ

SATURDAY

4TH OF JULY TENTY CITY

10 Night Tennis J/22 BEER CANS

FRIDAY 4

J/22 BEER CANS

Beer Can BBQ

7

THURSDAY

Steak Night


HOUSING WANTED The 2014 Snipe Western Hemisphere & Orient Championship will be held at SDYC September 8-12. We are looking for volunteers to house a skipper and crew for this event. If you don’t have room at your house but have a boat they can stay on that would be great too. Dates needed for housing September 5-12. Some teams may arrive as late as the 7th. Please contact Lynn Sinks at 619-8516872 or email lynnsinks@gmail.com if you would like to help.

The Snack Shack is Back! Opens May 24 on the Weekends June 1, 11AM-4PM June 7&8, 11-7PM New Hours starting June 14! Sunday – Thursday, 11AM-4PM Friday and Saturday, 11AM-7PM

Father’s Day Feast RSVP by June 11. A 48-Hour, 50% Charge Cancellation Fee Policy will be in Effect.

Sunday June 15

Adults $26.00++ Ages 7-12 13.00++ Children 6 & Under with our

Enjoy your favorite pool treats and introducing our brand new Snack Shack Cocktail

FATHER’S DAY MENU Stone Crab Claws, Poached & Smoked Salmon, Baked Brie with Pesto & Sundried Tomato, Grilled Vegetables and Assorted Dips, Ham and Asparagus with Garlic Aioli, Fresh Garden Salad Bar, Bubba’s Macaroni Salad, Marinated Button Mushrooms, Seasonal Fruit Display, Surfing Chef Tri Tip, Assorted Rolls and Homemade Sauces, Leg of Lamb with Charred Rosemary & Garlic, Uncle Roberto’s Famous Omelets, Jalapeno au Gratin Potatoes, Grilled chicken with Salsa Verde & Queso Fresco, Chilaquiles, Chipotle Parmesan Cream Corn, Southern Style Green Beans, Teriyaki Steak, Ray’s Hell Fire Chicken, Grilled Fresh Fish with Surfin’ Chef’s Fresh Salsas, Portugese Sausage with Special Sauce, Sticky Rice, Hawaiian Rolls DESSERT BAR Coconut Cream Pie, Homemade Carrot Cake, Assorted Cookies, Chocolate Walnut Brownies, Soft Serve Ice Cream Bar

Compliments.

11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

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1011 Anchorage Lane, San Diego, CA 92106

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