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1 June 2016 Volume 48 Number 6 DittyBag Lake Canyon Yacht Club, Canyon Lake, Texas the SAIL CANYON LAKE www. Commodore sreport Sandra Lindsey Don't just sit there, sail something. Chery Fee As the end of the school year approaches, you wonder where the time has gone. It just so happens that I am approaching the halfway mark of my year as commodore of LCYC. It has been a great half year. So much has happened. Our last big project of last year has been finished this year. The third water well is complete and has been cleared for use by TCEQ. This project was managed by Ed Miller and Pete Macler. The two men have served a great service to the club. From planning, drilling, to getting the approval from TCEQ these two have kept up with all deadlines and kept the Board of Governors informed along every step of the way. Thank you Ed and Pete. We will have a new project starting soon. Keep reading your blasts for more information. Joe O Brien and Susie Boedeker have volunteered with Anu Day and Margaret McGill to work in the kitchen to make sure there are drinks, snacks, and food for the keelboat and boardboat sailors when they get off the water. I know the sailors really appreciate all you do. This year s Commodore s Breakfast have not only been well attended but they have had excellent food. For an activity that started out as a simple plan they have grown into a CALENDAR June 3-5 Women's Sunfish Sailing June 4 Adaptive Sailing II June 7-9 Sailing School Beginners I June 11 Keelboat Race Series June 11 Summer Breeze Party June Sailing School Advanced June 19 Comm. B'Fast Father's Day June Sailing School Beginners major social event for our club. The food is fabulous. I know it may be quite a drive for some of you to come out for breakfast but I assure you it will be worth it if you drive out. Our youth sailing group has been attending regattas across the state since their season began. Sylvie Mathis and her volunteer coaches and teachers are expecting 10 sailors to be on the racing team. They are having sailing classes. They also have special classes for the Tye Preston Memorial Library and St. Mary s Hall. Great Job Sylvie, Chris, David, Harold, Rick and Aaron. Bill McVey and Lynn Simpson have been focusing on Adult Sailing. They provide classes, if you are interested please contact one of them. Bill also heads up one of our Adaptive Sailing program. It is a wonderful way to volunteer some time and say thank you. We honored three members for Lifetime Service Awards. Betty Kannawin, Steve Edland, and Barry Parkoff were presented their award at the Founder s Day celebration. Ray Leubner has set a goal for LCYC to reach. The Leukemia Cup is a way we work to provide monetary support for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. The LLS not only provides funds for research it also provides support Table of Contents Adaptive Sailing Classifieds /8 Junior Sailing HCYC/LCYC Series Leukemia Cup Regatta Monthly Statements Port Co-Captains Series Racing Spring Work Day Women's Sailing for individuals and families who have been impacted by leukemia, lymphoma or melanoma. There are many ways you can support is activity. You can make a monetary donation, have a sailing team, or make a donation to the silent auction. LCYC has 13 teams this year. Please let Ray know if you want to help out. Sailing to make Someday today. If you are using the WiFi at the club, make sure you tell Bob Wickman and Mike Samulin thank you. They have worked tirelessly over the past 18 months to get the optic cable in and working. We aren t quite lighting fast but almost. Dave Sanford along with Josef, Donny and Ray have done a great job of keeping the club grounds and docks in shape. The lake level changing due to all the rains has meant they are out working even when we are all at home dry and warm. They are keeping the marina investment safe but also your boat investment safe. Give them each a pat on the back when you see them. As summer vacation is just a few days away, remember to keep a few housekeeping things in mind. If you use it, clean it and put it back. If you are fishing on the docks make sure you clean up your mess. Please don t cut bait on other people s boats. Some of our boats are approaching the antique age and damage quite easily. If you see someone on the docks you don t recognize, introduce yourself. Plan an outing for your dock. One of the docks has done it and a great time was had by all. Enjoy the club and see you on the water. Sandra Welcome NewMembers Dwight & Patti Stickle... San Antonio,TX Bob & Jean Drew... Canyon Lake, TX

2 Women's Sailing Program Lynn Simpson It was off to a wet start for the women s Learn to Sail Class held on May 19 & 20. Weather conditions on day one, were not conducive for sailing. The class schedule was reshuffled and that gave us a day of classroom instruction and a day on the water. It all worked out, and immediately the students; Emily, Jerrie, Mary and Kerry learned that sailing requires you to be flexible! It was a full day of classroom instruction on day one, we covered: boat parts and their functions, parts of a sail, wind awareness, points of sail, tacking, jibing, rigging and derigging, and knots. The rain finally quit right after lunch, we took advantage of that and headed down to the docks for a dock side demo. With the demo complete, there was one more topic to cover, knots! Great job by all on the knot tying, everyone successfully demonstrated the cleat hitch, figure 8 and bowline. Time to call it a day, and ready ourselves for a full day of sailing! Day two, yeah the rain has moved on. Time for us to get some sailing in, and we did just that. A total of 5 ½ hours was spent on the water, lots of time to practice what was learned in the classroom the day before. What a fantastic day! The class wrapped up with big smiles from everyone, so much had been accomplished in just two days. Way to go women sailors! A big thank you goes out to Donna Rice for her time and talent helping out with the class. The next women s class is the Sunfish Class on June 3, 4 & 5. The class is full, with a wait list! Online registration will open on June 6, for the July 23 & 24, Women s Learn to Sail Class. There has been a lot interest in this event, sign up early to secure your spot! See you on the water! Lake Canyon Yacht Club Officers Commodore Sandra Lindsey Vice Commodore Lynn Simpson Rear Commodore Bob Wickman Secretary Kathy Leubner Treasurer Renee Kizziar Port Co-Captains Anu Day Margaret McGill Rear Commodore for Sail Rick Mella Board of Governors Robin Engel Jack Carter Jean Junker Phil Crane Ben Kyzar Steve Edlund Mike Samulin Janet Lockhart Wilson Tarver Legal Counsel to the BOG - Jim Kizziar 2016 Committee Chairs Adaptive Sailing Bill McVey Adult Sail Training B McVey/L Simpson Audit Committee Ed Miller Budget Committee Henry McGill Cabana Owners Chris Besch Corps of Engineers Pete Macler Docks & Grounds Dave Sanford Vice Docks & Grounds Joe O'Brien Emergency Task Force Josef Scherm Junior Sailing Sylvie Mathis Long Range Planning Ray Leubner Membership Jim Garity Personnel Mike Samulin PHRF Jim Garity Safety Pete Macler Slip Utilization Steve Edlund Technology Brian Mikiten TSA Rep Ruben Davila Women's Sail Training Lynn Simpson Wurstfest Regatta Lynn Simpson Staff Club Administrator Carolyn Cole Property Manager Josef Scherm Docks & Grounds Staff Donny Ahr Ray Houston Ditty Bag Bill Cook Website Elizabeth Bentzen 2 June 2016 Copyright Lake Canyon Yacht Club

3 Charles L. Branch MD LeukemiaCupRegatta July 2 & 3, 2016 With six weeks remaining (as of this writing) until the 2016 Leukemia Cup Regatta, LCYC has raised donations of over $12,000 for the South Central Texas Leukemia and Lymphoma Society! Over the last two years LCYC has raised $65,000 for LLS, and it looks like we re well on our way to reaching $36,000 this year, bringing our 3-year total to $100,000! The 13 fundraising teams listed on the LCYC LCR webpage are working very hard to make this happen. So if you would like to make a tax deductible donation, just choose your favorite team and a link will take you to their team webpage. Sponsors signed up include McCracken and Carroll Wealth Management (Platinum), Roeschmann Design (Gold), and three Bronze level sponsors: Brookshire Brothers, Glen Graham &Associates, and Pete Macler Associates. Our efforts at securing sponsors have raised $4,500 so far! Also, the Silent Auction is now up to 10 items and growing. If you have something you would like to donate, please call Pat Ketchum or me. The NOR is up and posted. Expectations are that we will have fleets in PHRF Spin, PHRF Non-Spin, Catalina 22, Portsmouth Dingy, J/22, Flying Scot, PHRF Trimaran, Portsmouth Catamaran and maybe even S9 Foiling Cats! Volunteers are needed to help Jake Mathis with Race Committee. Laurie Mc- Gill needs more help with staffing two shifts of 5 to help with dinner Saturday afternoon. Please remember to bring a side dish or dessert. These need to be a larger than normal given all the crew, sponsors, and guests that will be attending. Please check the LCYC website and Blast s for details. There will be an RSVP required for the Saturday dinner. A link to the form will be available in early June. Remember to include your guests/crew! And don t forget the live music from one of our favorite bands - Jazz, Blues and Diamonds. We should all be very proud of what our club is achieving in the fight against blood cancers! Ray Leubner, Chair LCYC LCR Port Co-Captains Anu Day & Margaret McGill There s been lots of activity at the club since our last column! First, a little housekeeping if you ve hosted an event using the kitchen, please put soiled linens in the bag hanging by the aprons. Unless, of course, you are willing to take them home and launder them yourself Be sure the club house is reasonably presentable when you leave, too we are so busy there may not be time for the housekeeper to clean before the next event. We especially want to thank Joe O Brien for responding pretty much whenever we ask for help, even at the last minute. He s been a real asset to the club for several years and we appreciate him very much. On April 23, the semi annual new member orientation was held, with refreshments served by Anu, Joe O Brien, and Karen Sigler. This event was followed by the Lifetime Service Awards and Founders Day celebration. Dinner was hosted by Paul and Gwen Cunningham, with assistance from Seth Cunningham, Glen and Elsa Graham, Mary Lindsey, Fred Day, Janet Lockhart, and several Sea Scouts. Margaret was soaking up her grandchildren in California, so she missed it, but all who attended reported an outstanding exprience. The Mother s Day Breakfast on May 8 was hosted by Fred Day, Joe O Brien, Terry Tomko, Bill Cook, and Glen Graham. These guys served a great meal, and even treated us to a barbershop type serenade. And they were all dressed in matching outfits. You really should have been there! Thanks to Anu, Ann Cook, Elsa Graham, Carolyn Harris and Karen Sigler, the tables were nicely decorated with hand made cards and bowls of pink wrist bands to raise awareness of breast cancer. Following club series racing on May 14, dinner was served by Joe and Lonna O Brien and Carolyn Harris. On the 15th, Susie Boedeker, Theresa Guenther, and Sue Radley made dinner. Thanks, y all! It s really nice to have a meal with fellow sailors and applaud the winners when the trophies are announced. Mark your calendars for upcoming events at LCYC and watch for blasts with details: Memorial Day, Monday May 30 at noon Carl Hawkins Memorial Fish Fry Saturday June 11 at 6 pm Usher in the sailing season with live music at the Summer Breeze party Father s Day, Sunday June 19 at 9 am Commodore s Breakfast Our sincere thanks go to all who have so generously helped out in the kitchen (did you notice several names pop up over and over?), and to all who are planning to help. We are having a great year and appreciate everyone s cooperation. Please let us know how we can enhance the social life at LCYC. See you on the water or at the club, Margaret McGill & Anu Day 3 June 2016 Copyright Lake Canyon Yacht Club

4 LCYC/HCYC Collaborative Fleet Spring Series Report Randall Moore T The final regatta of the HCYC / LCYC Collaborative Spring Series, Jamaican Me Crazy long distance race, was held on Saturday, May 21st. Eleven boats participated. The fleets were Spinnaker, Non-spin large boat, Non-spin small boat, Cruiser, and Portsmouth. Conditions at the start were ideal; a light breeze, overcast skies, and just a wee bit of moisture in the air. All boats got a good start heading toward their first destination, WORD mark #1 at the dam. Given the rapid water rise, there was a question of, Are the buoys still visible? The chase boat helmed by Randle Moore and assisted by Stacy Moore zoomed out in front of the fleets to verify the rounding marks were visible and in place. Orange marks were in the chase boat ready for backup. All marks were in place as expected. By 2:00, a nice breeze of 8 mph had dropped to virtually nothing. For the next half hour, reports from the fleet reported slow drifting. By 2:30, PRO Randle was on phone and radio conversing with fleets about shortening courses and finishing in place. The long and the short of it is the Spinnaker fleet finished their long course to Cranes Mill with Gus Medellin on Canyon Wind finishing first followed by Chris and Debbie Fogle on Skeeter. In the non-spin large boat fleet shortened course, Charles Hankins on QT finished first and Mike Fennell on Family Time taking a DSQ due to technical difficulties. In the Non-spin small boat fleet Donna Rice finished first in place near her home port of LCYC, and Robert and Diane Wallis finished in place second and motored home to HCYC. In the Cruiser fleet, Pete Macler finished in place first and Bob Willis finished second. In the Portsmouth fleet, Arnie Wilenken finished in place in first, followed by David Oates in second. Final standings for the March, April, and May Collaborative Spring Series are Non-spin large boat Mike Fennell on Family Time finished in first with a score of 6, Non-spin small boat Robert and Diane Wallis finished first with a score of 9 points, Spinnaker Chris and Debbie Fogle finished first with a score of 11 points, and Portsmouth boat David Oates finished first with a score of 10 points. We are grateful the LCYC Board of Governors and the HCYC Executive Committee blessed the idea of joint races. Racing opportunities exist at all levels of competition on the lake, so there is no reason not to get your boat out and try it. I encourage each and everyone to sign up for the LCYC Summer Series and watch the HCYC website, > Programs > Events calendar for future races beginning with June 18th. Adaptive Sailing Events 2016 Bill McVey LCYC held its first of three Adaptive Sail Outings for 2016 on Saturday May 7th. Our guests came via Operation Comfort, a San Antonio group that provides activities for injured servicemen and their families. Guests for our 2d and 3d outings will come from a civilian-oriented group named Door-in-the-Wall TX providing opportunities for people of all ages with disabilities. Our schedule is for guests to arrive by 11 am, have an introduction to sailing, followed by a club-provided lunch at 11:30. We assign guests to boats at noon and go sailing until 2:45pm. We offer a maximum of 25 spaces, being limited by clubhouse size and by number of volunteers normally available...10 boats and skippers, 10 additional crew, and 3-5 helping with lunch prep. During the 10 years we have been providing this opportunity, our guests have always expressed their sincere thanks and gratitude to the club and our volunteers for giving them this unique opportunity. As of Wednesday prior to our outing, Operation Comfort had 25 on their list with a few on a waiting list...however, as unfortunately is not too unusual, but difficult to plan for...only 16 arrived on Saturday, which meant we couldn't use all of our volunteers. This is a bit frustrating; though we understand many of our guests have unexpected problems from day to day. The volunteers who can't be used are disappointed too, but fortunately also understand the realities. We all enjoyed a great hot dog lunch, with chips, cookies, and lemonade, prepared by Carolyn Harris, Joe and Lonna O'Brien, Ruth Madorski, and Millie McVey. Our sailing volunteers (not all were needed but had volunteered to sail) included Glen Graham, Brett Harris, Pete Macler, Lynn Simpson, Ed and Lancine Booth, Rick Mella, Bob Middleton, Bill Day, Chris and Debbie Fogle, Joe McDonough and daughter Clare, Fred Day, Steffen Heininger, Henry McGill, Margaret McGill, Chris and VanEtte Christian, Bob Wickman, Jean Junker, Jim Ritchie, Jan Lockhart, Jerry Anderson, and Bruce Dunn. We had a wonderful sail with a sunny sky, great wind of 12-15, gusting to 20+, and lots of big smiles! Once again, every guest thanked LCYC and our volunteers for the wonderful opportunity to enjoy a day on the water, most for the first time, in a sailboat! 4 June 2016 Copyright Lake Canyon Yacht Club

5 Spring Series Racing Rick Mella The final weekend of the 2016 Spring Series races started out in light air and ended with great racing each day. Saturday, May 14th, winds were calm where the Race Committee had trouble setting up a proper course. Three races were completed as bad weather threaten to abandon race 2 & 3, but the wind Gods kept the thunder storms to the West of Canyon Lake allowing sailors to complete nine (9) races for the Spring Series Sunday, May 15th, light air greeted four board boats for the first race with a windward/ finish race course. As the late comers hit the line for race number 2 and the winds increased allowing the RC Committee volunteers to set the racing marks for a Windward/Leeward course with a Windward finish, resulting in very close photo finishes as seen in the previous day. Highlighted in figure 2, Dave Sanford demonstrates the proper sailing position for crossing the finish line in race 3. With the first quarter of sailing completed and the Summer Series to begin next month, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to ALL the volunteers & sailors w/crew for their hard work in putting these events together. Sailing would not be the same without their support. Race Results - Board Boats Sunday, May 15th, 2016 Position Skipper Boat/Sail Points Flying Scott 1 Jeffrey Foerster -/ Chris Powers Clarabelle/ Keith Zars - / Sunfish 1 Chris Besch -/ Dave Sanford -/ Duane McBride Short Cut/ Laser 1 Darby Cox -/- 12 Portsmouth 1 William Horton Holo Nui/ Opti 1 Caleb Fogle -/ Race Results Keel Boats Saturday, May 14th, 2016 Position Skipper Boat/Sail Points J22 1 Keith Zars Shredder/ Bruce Dunn Rough Action/ Lynn Simpson Bling/24 17T 4 Bill McVey Good Grief/306 17T PHRF Spin 1 Henry McGill Marlabee II/ Gustavo Medelin Canyon Wind/ Chris Fogle Skeeter/ PHRF Big Boat 1 Bill Clark Cascabel/549 6 PHRF Non-Spin A 1 Josef Scherm Bavarian/515 6 PHRF Non-Spin B 1 Jack Mogab Pura Vida/727 6 PHRF CL Cruiser 1 Peter Macler Somewhere/ June 2016 Copyright Lake Canyon Yacht Club

6 JUNIOR SAILING Sylvie Mathis Junior Sailing Program is in full swing. Summer 2016 is divided in three sections: Youth Sailing School, Summer Sailing School and Summer Sailing Session. Each section provides a safe educational environment and offer opportunities for youth members and non-members to learn skills, have sailing adventures and competency in sailing. /) Once more the Youth Sailing School, under the direction of Coach Chris Besch, is a success. Twenty six student-sailors are enrolled and they all shown up each day. As normal, we are having fun while learning the very basic of sailing with the help of Coach Duane, Coach Harold, Coach Sylvie; Storm Sailor Team, Brittany Upton, Colin, Donovan and Shaun Besch. Once more, we need to thanks Maureen and Michele for coordinating some great lunches with a crew of volunteering parents. _/) Summer Sailing School (3-day sessions) is on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; the perfect grandparents schedule, but not only for grand-children. Beginner & Advanced follow each other twice with Coach Duane at the helm. Then it s Racing Basic followed by the LCYC Racing Camp with our guest Coach Ellen Summer Burks. _/) Summer Sailing Session meets on seven Sunday afternoons from 1 to 4 pm is for Beginners, Intermediate, Basic Racing and Racing Team. The Racing Team participates in LCYC Club races and Texas Sailing Association on a voluntary basis. _/) Please do not hesitate to call me at with any concerns or questions. SCHEDULE June 5, 19, 26 - Junior Sailing Program Classes, 12:30-4:40PM June 12 Club Racing Series May 28/29 Youth Sailing School Loft website: from tiller covers to sails an excellent product at a competitive price Lindsey Marine - Texas Rep Quotes: Voice/Fax: NorthStar Paul Cunningham Cute & cozy cabin, sleeps 8 Weekend or monthly rentals Just 7 miles from Lake Canyon Yacht Club More info at More photos on our Facebook page. complete rigging service for SS standing rigging & lifelines specializing in fiberglass repair & refinishing bottom jobs - complete boat maintenance Lindsey Marıne Fred Lindsey FM 306 Canyon Lake TX Voice/Fax: June 2016 Copyright Lake Canyon Yacht Club

7 LCYC CLASSIFIED ADS Notices Subleases Collectables BOATS 2006 Catalina 250 Some Beach (C Dock slip #260) - This boat is in very good condition and has only been stored in fresh water. It has a wing keel, pedestal wheel steering, recently serviced Nissan 9.8 hp electric start outboard with alternator, roller-furling headsail, fully-battened main sail, SS frame bimini and other upgrades. It is perfect for Canyon Lake! $20,900. Call Richard at Santana 20 Keelboat Excellent Condition, Open Stern design. Two-time Winner of Santana Nationals. Built in 2001/2002 Hull Number 921. North Sails (Used at Nationals) Like New. $9,500 ($28,000+ New) Contact Jean Junker: Cell: Hobie 16 catamaran and trailer $1800, OBO Contact Dave Sanford # (text or call), (answer machine.) Coleman 15 ft. Canoe w/paddles and trailer. Trailer has new wheels and tires, new bearings and lights. Will sell separately. $475 for both or canoe for $175 and trailer for $325. Ray Leubner or 1977 Ericson 23 (third owner) with 5hp Suzuki outboard motor, furling jib, and 2-axle trailer. A great boat for day sailing. Can be seen in slip C-232. New asking price $2000. Contact George Hall at CLSF BOATS FOR SALE 1976 O Day 17 Day Sailor II With trailer and 4 hp Johnson. A great little boat for an afternoon sail. Asking $ Capri 16.5 with trailer. A great little boat that has a furling jib and is ready to go sailing now. Asking $2000, this is below book value! Contact Marvin Arnold at Hunter 28.5 Cruiser located at LCYC. New bottom job and hull paint. All new Sunbrella upholstery inside. V berth reupholstered -also 4" memory foam. Mack Pack system for main sail. Main and Jib cleaned and repaired. New lifelines. Air conditioning - very cold!!! New port Windows. New faucets in kitchen and bathroom. 2 new batteries and new battery charger. New depth gauge. New Bluetooth radio w/new cockpit speakers. New fuel gauge. Kitchen sink and alcohol stove. Full head. New windex and new lights inside and out. Surveyed 2014 and all repairs made. Contact Sherry Willis at or Catalina 22 - Lower Price Swing keel, galvanized tandem axle trailer, 4hp Suzuki outboard, epoxy bottom, good racing sails $2,000 Contact Fred Lindsey at 1983 Catalina 25, with 2005 Nissan 9.8 hp outboard and trailer. Boat belonged to Gerry Bennett. See in slip C-239. Lots of extras. $3,500. Contact Mike Hall Flying Scott #5817 Second Wind and trailer (LCYC dry dock #6). Excellent Condition. White deck and hull with Medium Blue waterline strip. Equipped with Radical Race Package, Gus sails, white and blue spinnaker, cockpit rudder lift kit, swim ladder and grab rail, aluminum Regatta Master trailer with double walkway and nose wheel/jack for trailer tongue, Sailors Tailor full deck cover, Plastimo Contest 101 bulkhead compass, paddle, and anchor with rode and line. $15,400. Contact Rick Nathan at or 1989 Hunter 23 Sloop. Clean. Nissan OB, Trailer, Roller Furler, Bimini, Pressure water, Porta Pottie, several sails Trailer and spare parts. Located at LCYC. If you want a solid day sailor for a couple or family this is a very inexpensive way to see if you will enjoy sailing. Also great for seasoned sailors. First $2, takes her. Rocky or HOISTS 3,000 lb Hydro Hoist in slip D dock. We can do a windward for windward slip swap or sell outright (you move) for $700. Contact Pete Macler: MISC Simrad Autopilot Model WP30 with remote control. Fully functional in excellent condition. Fits wheel steering on boats up to 32 feet +. You can test the system on your LCYC to confirm fit. Call Bill Lexus 330ES, around 40,000 miles. Driven by a little old lady really! Theresa Guenther Yanmar Oil Filter Brand new, still in the wrapping, large Yanmar oil filter (holds approximately one quart). It was sent to me by mistake by West Marine and will not fit within my housing. Suspect it is for one of the larger boats 35 feet and above. If you can use it, it is yours for any reasonable offer. Bob Wickman New 2.5 Hp Suzuki 4-cycle engine. Very light. Still in shipping box. $550 or best offer. Call Bog: LIVE WHERE YOU PLAY! A short walk to the yacht club, this 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 water toy garage home boasts a spectacular lake view from the 72 x 13 deck. Relax, you are just minutes from your next sail. Offered at $250, Highland Heights Contact Patty Vasey MORE ADS ON NEXT PAGE!!! Please notify the Ditty Bag Editor when your ad has been fulfilled. or call Bill Cook June 2016 Copyright Lake Canyon Yacht Club

8 LCYC CLASSIFIED ADS Notices Subleases Collectables SAILS Catalina 25 lightweight (1.5 oz. nylon), multi-color (red, yellow and blue) 150% drifter, complete with matching ¼ sheets. Move steadily across the water with this beautiful and striking addition to your sail inventory on those almost calm hot days in the Texas summer. This sail can be flown from the forestay (with hanks) or using an ATN collar (included) on a boat with roller furling. The sail retails for $1,100 and has been used very little. The sail loft (Banks Sails) considers the condition to be like new. Priced to sell at $ Contact Gary Kirkham at or (409) You must see to appreciate. TRAILERS 8 utility trailer: Kluged together but roadworthy for short trips. $50. Includes spare if I can find it. Charlie Mayer Motorcycle trailer: Maxey 50x10. Ramp, heavy duty thing I used to haul treasures around. $1,000. Charlie Mayer WANTED SLIP SUBLEASE D362 Leward Slip 26' Sublet slip for summer June 1 to Dec 1 flexible BUSINESS CARD ADS To place a business card ad or to order an LCYC burgee, contact Carolyn Cole at SHORT CLASSIFIED ADS Free to LCYC Members. Please notify the Ditty Bag editor when your ad has been fullfilled. SLIP SUBLEASES If you are looking for someone to sublease your slip, or if you want to sublease someone s slip, call Carolyn Cole at Your name and contact information will be included on the sublease contact list in the next Ditty Bag. All subleases require Board approval. Maximum term of subleases is 6 months. Please notify the Ditty Bag Editor when your ad has been fulfilled. or call Bill Cook BOAT U.S. Membership Special Co-op Rate of $15.00 Half the regular annual dues! To join call Boat US More info: Carolyn Cole June 2016 Copyright Lake Canyon Yacht Club