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  • Beaufort Yacht & Sailing Club. . . www.byscnet.com

    MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

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    Oct 3-Sunset Friday PFRF#3 Oct 5 -Fall Series #7 Oct 7 -Auxiliary

    Oct 8-Steak Night Oct 9-Fishing Club Oct 10-Sunset Friday PHRF#4 Oct 12-Fall Series #8 Oct 14-BYSC Board Oct 15-South Book

    Release Party Oct 16-Jean Ribaut

    Society Oct 17-Sunset Friday PHRF#5 Oct 18– Work Day 10am High School

    Regatta-9 am Oct 19-Fall Series#9 Oct –24 Dataw Cup Oktoberfest Friday Oct-25 Dataw Cup Oct –29-Family

    Halloween Party, 4-6 Oct 30– Annual Meeting 6 PM

    Oct 2014

    October at BYSC – always an en-

    joyable time of year as well as a

    very important month in our club’s

    calendar. The Annual Stockholder’s

    meeting is scheduled for Thursday

    October 30th. I encourage everyone

    to attend as the meeting agenda in-

    cludes the election of four new

    board members for three year terms.

    The meeting will also include

    presentations on the financial status of the club, growth in member-

    ship, on-going improvement projects, programs, etc.

    And as always, there is a lot going on at the club with the BYSC

    fall racing season well underway for both the one-design and the

    PHRF fleets, Junior Sailing of Beaufort hosting High School sailing

    practice sessions on Friday afternoons, lots of activity at the tennis

    courts, a few hardy souls still enjoying the kayaks and SUP’s, Sun-

    set and ‘Finally Fridays’, Steak Night, and just plain old ‘hanging

    out’.

    And not to worry if you have not yet gotten in your volunteer

    hours for the year – work parties will be scheduled now that the

    temperatures have dropped a bit and plenty of opportunities to as-

    sist with social activities are available.

    It is your club – come enjoy it - Chuck

  • Hey Ya’ll,

    Fall is in the air and we are having lots of fun out

    here at the club! As summer fades the weather is

    perfect for getting outside and enjoying the

    Lowcountry. Here are some important dates for

    October

    Oct 24th is our Oktoberfest Friday.

    Oct 30th at 6 pm we have our annual meeting

    and we are looking forward to sharing all the ex-

    citing things to come in 2015.

    Dylan and Ashley are planning a fun Halloween

    party Oct 29th from 4-6. Everyone is welcome to

    attend and carve a pumpkin and celebrate the sea-

    son.

    As we move toward colder weather remember to

    winterize your boat, drain the lines, and if you

    have a cover put it on before the pine needles and

    leaves start falling. If you need help with your boat

    in any way this season, don’t hesitate to call the

    me.

    Milledge

  • Oct 8th–Steak Night All filet mignons steaks served grilled to your

    perfection over a charcoal flame! Hand tossed salad with all the fixin’s. Piping hot baked potato with real butter, sour

    cream and chives. Crusty rolls. Dessert Wed , Oct 8th Cooking from 6:00-7:30pm / $18.00 PP Limited number of tickets available RSVP’s a MUST! Sign up online at byscnet.com

    BYSC STEAK NIGHT

  • It has been an awesome summer, the Pool is now closed for the season. We can’t wait for next year

  • Hey Folks If your looking to get some volunteer hours, we will be putting in a few hours of Club beautification on SATURDAY Oct 18, from 10:00 Am-1:00 PM. Landscaping and gardening fans this is your day! If you want to come out and lend a hand please let us know. Anyone who has a free morning ro afternoon please feel free to stop by for some volunteer hours, as fall rolls in, working out- side isn't so bad for sure.

    If landscaping isn't your thing, now worries! Dylan and Ashley are putting on

    Halloween Party on the 29th and could use some help for sure, we will be carving pumpkins and making Halloween decorations with the kids and there will be plenty of things to do.

    Oktoberfest Friday is Oct 24th, and I’m sure a grill man and a few Bavarian

    Barmaids would be appreciated, also help with set up and clean up are always needed.

    This club has amazing member involvement and I see a lot more folks around

    every day, which is great because I like having someone to talk to and Renee has heard all my jokes. If you have a free morning or afternoon please call us. We have all kinds of stuff going on to help you get your volunteer hours and make this club that much better.

    I personally would like to thank everyone for all they do, this place runs on

    you!

    Volunteer Opportunities

  • My MC Scow (2047) is available for sale since I recently pur-

    chased a newer one. I would rather keep it at BYSC but with the

    Nationals in Augusta this fall there is current interest elsewhere so I

    may have to sell it.

    Melges MC Scow, 2047

    Built in 2000.

    Good condition, everything works well, priced competitive-

    ly. Finished 2nd at this years' Lowcountry Regatta (not with me as

    skipper, unfortunately).

    Includes:

    Road Trailer

    Two sails-an older North Zmax and a pretty good North Zap.

    Top cover.

  • FOR SALE

    1994 13’ Boston Whaler; low hour Yamaha 25 ; trailer $5125.00 Contact Bill Pendergraft 252-

    1116

    1990 Boston Whaler Montauk 17’ ; 90 hp Yamaha, $8500 843-379-2096 Wayne Heath 17' Bay River Skiff, Graham Byrnes design. Boat is 2 1/2 years old, in great condition. Built with

    Okoume plywood, epoxy and fiberglass. Boat is very fast sailor. Cypress spoon blade oars. Trailer. She can sail in less than 6 inches with board and rudder up. $3,500 Sam 843-240-9287

    1990’s 20’ Grady White, Yamaha 200, trailer $6000 Paul 524-3177 Touring Kayak, 16 foot, two water-tight compartments, paddle, $495. 838-5359 **please contact the office for any updates or changes on these boats for sale**

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  • Your exclusive Lowcountry dealer- ship for Chris-Craft, Pathfinder, Hewes, Pioneer, Bulls Bay and Maverick. Craig Freeman 247 Robert Smalls Parkway Beaufort, SC 29902 522-2240 craig@barrierislandmarine.com

    BYSC Premium Sponsors

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