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MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
December 7th First Friday—6 pm
December 9th BYSC Christmas Party
December 15th Jr Sailing 420 HS Regatta
December 16th Karaoke Party—3-5:30 pm December 14, 21, 28 Sunset Friday 6 pm
December 30—31 JY15 Round Robin
January 1st- New Year’s Day Jr Sailing Fund
Raiser and Oyster Roast, 12:00 til….
January 4th First Friday 6 pm
January 9th - Steak Night 6 pm
January 11, 18, 25 Sunset Friday 6 pm
Welcome New Club
Perry & Sally Harvey Mike & Dawn Fisher
Commodore’s December 2012 Bow Watch
Our members did their usual stellar job for our Change of Watch Party on November 10. It
wouldn’t feel like the real thing without Buddy and Davis Yoakum serving up roasted oysters by the
shovel full to eagerly waiting patrons around the tables in the yard. And Susan Cosby and her Auxil-
iary Committee crew did an outstanding job with the other food and fun. Thank you to all who
pitched in so readily. And congratulations to the winners of our club awards for the year. In case you
missed it, the following were recognized for outstand-
ing accomplishments this year.
Matthew Monts- Youth Seamanship Award
Drummond Koppernaes- Top Junior Sailor
Everett Ballenger- Race Management Award
Woody Norwood- Sportsmanship Award
Walt Gnann- Most Improved Sailor
David Dixon- Commodore’s Service Award
John Potter- A. Mills Kinghorn Sailing Excellence
John Potter once again proved his hold on the top
sailing award by winning the JY-15 North American Championship held at our club the same week-
end. There were many former JY-15 champions in the fleet, but John sets the standard almost any-
where he sails and in almost any kind of boat. Congratulations, John. And thank you to Frank Pon-
tious and his race committee who put on a great regatta in spite of not so great breezes.
We also recognized your new officers for 2013 and passed the torch to our new leaders.
Alan Dechovitz – Chairman of the Board
Larry Hamilton- Commodore
Chuck Rushing- Vice Commodore
Sandra Myrick- Secretary
Walt Gnann- Treasurer
Frank Pontious- Fleet Captain
Please congratulate them and give them your full support for next year.
We are also so pleased to welcome Milledge Webb as our new General Manager. Milledge will
join us effective December 3. Drop by the club to introduce yourselves to Milledge. We are delight-
ed to have someone of his capabilities to join us. But I especially want to thank David Dixon for fill-
ing in as our interim GM for the last few weeks. In his typical fashion, David has kept things running
smoothly and I appreciate what he has done and will continue to do for BYSC.
As we pass Thanksgiving and head toward Christmas and the New Year, Betsy and I want to wish
each of you a wonderful and blessed holiday season. It has been my privilege to serve as your com-
modore this year. BYSC has a bright future. You are a wonderful group of people to be associated
The BYSC Christmas Party
December 9th 4pm-7:30pm
The Club is providing ham and rolls, and members are encouraged to bring a side dish or holiday goodies to
Please bring a donation of canned or dry goods for the less fortunate.
A Sunset Champagne Toast will be held at 5:15pm. Bring the family as there may be a special guest!
A special thanks goes out to all of the volunteers and folks who put up the out of town people for the JY15
Regatta. The club couldn’t have done it without you!
Please remember, try to shop local this holiday season!
You can now shop online at http://newsouthshirts.com/BYSC/Products to pur- chase BYSC wares! Don’t forget that we still have a few things here at the club
house for purchase as well.
GINGERBREAD HOUSE RAFFLE
TICKETS $1.00. PROCEEDS GO TO BYSC SAILING EVENTS. DRAWING 12/9 AT THE CHRISTMAS PARTY. PRESENTED BY
ESTER LONG. DONATED BY KAREN LONG-BARLOW
Kids Karaoke at BYSC
Sunday, December 16th from 3 – 5:30 pm!
Drop off your diva’s or your aspiring rock stars for an afternoon of
singing and dancing!
Refreshments will be served!
Ages 5 and up
Cost for BYSC members is $5/kid or $10/family
Non-members are welcome at $5/kid
Babysitters will be provided, so parents do not have to attend!!!
For more info or to volunteer, contact Ty Reichel at 271-4102 or
We are still looking for volunteers for First Friday and Sunset Friday’s through the end of the year! Please sign up on the sheet on the back
porch, email or phone us!
The December issue of "Points East" magazine containing an article by BYSC’s own Bill Cheney on the 2012 Classic Boat Rally with mention of the club and various members thereof can now be seen online. Once on the cur- rent issue go to page 30. Hope this will be of interest to you and club mem- bers.
Cut and paste this link into a new browser to view: http://issuu.com/pointseast/docs/december-2012-issuu/31?
AUXILIARY COMMITTEE REPORT
“To the promote social enjoyment, fellowship, and the general welfare and beauti- fication of the Beaufort Yacht & Sailing Club”
Christmas is not far away and the Auxiliary has the perfect solution to some of your present
buying quandaries. There is some wonderful new Fall/Winter BYSC logo’d Clothing & Merchandise that has been added to the summer line available. Limited stock is available through the office, and items are also available to order through our website. DON’T DELAY. SHOP TODAY!
Many thanks to all the Auxiliary members who supported the onshore activities of the JY15
North American Championship AND the Change of Watch Party. Although many people helped, I like to recognize and thank a few of the main onshore organizers: Susan Cosby for coordinating the Change of Watch. Steve Weeks for doing JY15 breakfasts. Nancy Day for doing lunches. And Ricky Akers for doing the dinner on Sunday night. The club once again got rave reviews for our hospitality!
If you have visited the Ladies Restroom in the clubhouse lately you will see that a “spruce-up”
is underway. Many thanks to Paula Sullivan and Henry Potts! Our second Steak Night was another big success. Jim Travis got the top grade steaks. Re-
ports are that they were even better than the first months. For set up and cooking help, anoth- er big thanks to Jim & Maureen Travis, Kay & Phil Newsome, John & Cheryl Potter, Sam Levin, Larry Hamilton and Renee and David Dillinger. There will be no Steak Night in December, due to so many parties already that month, but it will resume going forward the second Wednesday of each month.
December’s Auxiliary Meeting is also cancelled so that members can concentrate on Christmas.
Our next meeting will be Thursday, January 17th at 6pm. Whether you are a new member or old, this is a great way to meet new friends and get involved
in making your club the best ever. The meetings are always very social and fun in nature and eve- ryone is welcome.
See you there! Sue Hamilton, President, BYSC Auxiliary Board: Lisa Presnell, Vice-President; Angie Williams, Secretary; Kristi Rushing; Treasurer;
Carey Kerney, Social; Nelson Brown, Board Member
Junior Sailing of Beaufort is wishing every- one a Happy New Year!
Show your continued support by joining us for a Lowcountry meal and fund raiser.
Menu: Oysters by Buddy Pulled Pork BBQ
Hoppin’John Collard Greens
$20 Adults/$10 for kids under 12
All proceeds support Jr. Sailing of Beaufort
Silent Auctions Oyster Knives—$20 Bloody Mary’s
January 1st, 2013, 12:00 Noon until...
“Donate” a bushel of
oysters to further support
Jr Sailing of Beaufort
Live Auction at 1:30 pm with
Jr Sailing will be accepting
items to be auctioned
Please contact Ricky Akers
with your items at
Please RSVP by 12/28/2012
B Y S C
Does this look familiar?
First BYSC Regatta 1967
HIGH SCHOOL SAILING REGATTA, NOVEMBER 3, 2013 REGATTA HIGHLIGHTS
Fourteen schools were represented at NPLC#1 the weekend of November 3rd on the Medway
River in Sunbury GA. Teams arrived to find a very light 4—5 kt NW breeze. The race commit- tee got on station early and started on time as the weather report for the rest of the day was not good. Two races in each division were completed by abou