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Yoga classes resume Mondays at 8:30 PM, with certified instructor, Bettyann Hodges.
Bring your favorite wine and chocolate!
$6 per person for a 1 hour class
Wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat.
Contact Jeannine Stetter for more detail
at 586 530-1904 or email@example.com
hosted the F18 North American Championship under Chairman PC Chris
Tuckfield and a cadre of volunteers. The event ran from September 14 - 19, with 23 teams from as far away as Texas, Oregon, Florida,
California, Montreal and even Hawaii. The event included an extensive social schedule for regatta participants, CSYC
members and guests; highlighted by a beautiful cruise down the Detroit River.
The race committee, led by principal race officer Matt Bounds did a great job to complete 9 races in challenging conditions. CSYC member Uli Gollwitzer and Liam Walz fought hard to finish 3rd overall, beating the Canadian Champions by one point. Their third place came down to an exciting and tightly contested final downwind leg in the final race. Other F18 teams from
CSYC finished well including Jeff and Evan Rehm (9th), and Arnold Slominski with Wayne Tetlow (19th).
A special award was given to Lise Duchesne as the top female skipper with crew Patrick Caux. This perpetual trophy was created in honor of Sandra Tartaglino, long time catamaran sailor and dedicated supporter of sailing, who died in a tragic accident this year.
annual ‘Crescent Day’ was a blast. The
day started with a Watermelon Race, followed by a hot dog lunch, and a variety of
games and activities including the popular ‘shoe box’ race. Click here to view pictures from 'Crescent Day'.
The 2019 Spring and Summer Rick Johnson Memorial Doublehanded Series has concluded. Click here to view pictures.
The Annual Hind-Hornett Memorial Spring Regatta was sponsored again this year by Crescent. Flags for the first three finishers in each class were awarded. A casual post-race BBQ get-together took place after the race near the Tiki Hut. Read about why we remember and honor Shelly Hind and Guy Hornett from the 2001 Huron Doublehanded Challenge at: https://www.sailingworld.com/racing/challenge-was-extreme
of our Crescent Junior Sailing Program is to provide instructional classes to promote sailing to our
youth so they can learn seamanship, boat handling skills, regatta tactics and
have fun at our club. Our 2019 program had a solid
summer in the midst of a major transition. The junior sailing program was
fortunate to host 76 sailors over nine weeks, which included three separate
program terms and now another season of education and fun has come to a
The program was organized by the able hands of head coach Ben Peters,
who oversaw coaches Liam Walz, Johnny Walton, Alex Jaraki, Alex Johnson, Drew
Clutterbuck, Audrey Whittaker and Carly Orhan. Additionally, thanks to Rich
Marsh and his brilliance with the gasoline engine keeping our coaching fleet
alive and ready at all times and Paul Nuechterlein for keeping the equipment
and gear in tip top condition. A BIG thank you to co-directors Greg Normand and Sally Roberts and all of the members and parents who volunteered for the various positions that made this year's program a huge success.
A Junior Program Wrap-up Special Edition of the Breeze can be found in the Member's Only section of the Crescent website.
Detroit area clubs have a place for Past Commodores. It is the ‘Commodore’s Club’. They are
well organized and fun group of over one hundred members. The Edison Boat
Club sponsored a well attended event; with power boat rides,
croquet, boccie ball, food, door prizes, and sailing competitions. Congratulations to Commodore Champ Glover for receiving the esteemed
Oil Can trophy.
Our club awards a perpetual trophy to the boat which logs the most miles on the water annually. The CSYC Logged Mileage Trophy is in honor of Commodore Charlie Todd and Barb Schmid. They spent 11 years on Sayonara traveling down the eastern shore of the US and venturing on to Europe. They traversed to 17 countries and logged over 25,000 miles. This trophy is a commendable tribute to their adventure and we proudly placed their names on it.
The Logged Mileage Trophy winners for 2018 are Grace Pytell and Emily Gazalle. “Elpis" is
owned by Mark Pytell and his wife Ann. Mark proudly accepted the award on behalf of Grace and Emily, at the Dec Crescent Membership Meeting. Grace and Emily left on Sept 14th on the family boat, a 1983 Columbia 29 and have logged over 6,000 miles on their Great Loop adventure.
We wish Grace and Emily a rewarding and memorable adventure – best of luck girls!
Follow them at https://emandgracegosailing.wixsite.com/greatloop
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