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Re: Not that it really matters...

Kevin Olney
 

If anyone had the time and ambition it would be useful to update the SR kayak classification chart (http://www.soundrowers.org/boat-classes/determining-kayak-classifications/).

I would say 90% of kayaks participating in races these days are surfskis and almost all of those models have been produced since the last update in 2004. Like Steve said, most fall in the HPK category but there are quite a few in FSK and even a couple that qualify as SK (V-5 and V-6). It’s a small enough number that it should be fairly easy to identify just the boats that are borderline.

I wouldn’t mind working on it in the off season but my schedule is pretty full for the next few months.

Sorry to miss the race Saturday. Looks like there was terrific weather and a great turnout!

Kevin O



From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Todd Silver <todd2212@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 12, 2019 8:53:49 PM
To: main@soundrowers.groups.io
Cc: jcharwood248@...; Todd Silver; Shane Baker
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Not that it really matters...
 
Jon,
Thanks for the nice note. I’m not sure I understand what should have happened. We really do want to get folks listed in the correct categories as it does matter. As a rower, I have to admit that I know little about the various forward facing craft so rely on folks to self-identify at registration. Sorry if that didn’t happen correctly. 
I’ve copied our Sound Rower  friend and expert on kayaks and surf skis, Shane Baker, as he might be able to answer any questions or clarify. If I need to mail correct ribbons to you or anyone else I’d be happy to do so. 
I was glad the weather cooperated for the race. Thanks for joining us. 
Regards,
Todd 

Sent from Todd’s iPhone

On May 12, 2019, at 7:05 PM, Jon Harwood <jcharwood248@...> wrote:

I chose to haul the jumbo Pygmy sea kayak around the buoys at Commencement Bay, leaving the carbon OC1 in the parking lot, because I came for the Blue Ribbon. I wielded a wooden Greenland paddle to match the wooden boat, just to make my martyrdom complete -- and maximize my time on the picturesque Tacoma waters. What happens? Another sea kayak appears! But no! The 14-year old registered it as a "surfski" sea kayak -- unaware that makes it a different class of boat. Pics don't lie! Peyton finished less than a minute ahead, and then didn't appear to collect the covetted Blue Ribbon. I got red.
Does anyone still call it a high performance kayak? Should surfski be on the boat classes instead?
Not that it matters... It's all for fun, and fun for all!


Re: Not that it really matters...

Todd Silver
 

Jon,
Thanks for the nice note. I’m not sure I understand what should have happened. We really do want to get folks listed in the correct categories as it does matter. As a rower, I have to admit that I know little about the various forward facing craft so rely on folks to self-identify at registration. Sorry if that didn’t happen correctly. 
I’ve copied our Sound Rower  friend and expert on kayaks and surf skis, Shane Baker, as he might be able to answer any questions or clarify. If I need to mail correct ribbons to you or anyone else I’d be happy to do so. 
I was glad the weather cooperated for the race. Thanks for joining us. 
Regards,
Todd 

Sent from Todd’s iPhone

On May 12, 2019, at 7:05 PM, Jon Harwood <jcharwood248@...> wrote:

I chose to haul the jumbo Pygmy sea kayak around the buoys at Commencement Bay, leaving the carbon OC1 in the parking lot, because I came for the Blue Ribbon. I wielded a wooden Greenland paddle to match the wooden boat, just to make my martyrdom complete -- and maximize my time on the picturesque Tacoma waters. What happens? Another sea kayak appears! But no! The 14-year old registered it as a "surfski" sea kayak -- unaware that makes it a different class of boat. Pics don't lie! Peyton finished less than a minute ahead, and then didn't appear to collect the covetted Blue Ribbon. I got red.
Does anyone still call it a high performance kayak? Should surfski be on the boat classes instead?
Not that it matters... It's all for fun, and fun for all!


Re: Not that it really matters...

Steve Scoggins
 

Jon,
The hang up with a surfski category...according to the length/width rules designed by SR.....the Epic V5 is a SK, an Epic V8, Think EZE, ACE, are FSK, and the rest are mostly HPK, but all of them are Surfskis.  

Hopefully Todd will give you a blue ribbon.  

Steve

On May 12, 2019, at 7:05 PM, Jon Harwood <jcharwood248@...> wrote:

I chose to haul the jumbo Pygmy sea kayak around the buoys at Commencement Bay, leaving the carbon OC1 in the parking lot, because I came for the Blue Ribbon. I wielded a wooden Greenland paddle to match the wooden boat, just to make my martyrdom complete -- and maximize my time on the picturesque Tacoma waters. What happens? Another sea kayak appears! But no! The 14-year old registered it as a "surfski" sea kayak -- unaware that makes it a different class of boat. Pics don't lie! Peyton finished less than a minute ahead, and then didn't appear to collect the covetted Blue Ribbon. I got red.
Does anyone still call it a high performance kayak? Should surfski be on the boat classes instead?
Not that it matters... It's all for fun, and fun for all!


Not that it really matters...

Jon Harwood
 

I chose to haul the jumbo Pygmy sea kayak around the buoys at Commencement Bay, leaving the carbon OC1 in the parking lot, because I came for the Blue Ribbon. I wielded a wooden Greenland paddle to match the wooden boat, just to make my martyrdom complete -- and maximize my time on the picturesque Tacoma waters. What happens? Another sea kayak appears! But no! The 14-year old registered it as a "surfski" sea kayak -- unaware that makes it a different class of boat. Pics don't lie! Peyton finished less than a minute ahead, and then didn't appear to collect the covetted Blue Ribbon. I got red.
Does anyone still call it a high performance kayak? Should surfski be on the boat classes instead?
Not that it matters... It's all for fun, and fun for all!


La Conner this Saturday, Feb 2!

watersprite
 

Are you ready to race? Are you ready for soup? La Conner is this weekend! Cut your time in registration by 

1) renewing your membership: http://www.soundrowers.org/home/membership 
2) registering online (and save $5!): https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=162612 


See you there!


Re: Motorcycle and kayak trailer

Larry Bussinger
 

Judging by the angle on the boat racks, they are for sea kayaks.

Larry Bussinger

On Dec 11, 2018, at 9:50 AM, Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...> wrote:

This has been in a church parking lot on Fox Island for a few days.  Texas plates with paper dealer tag. know anything about it?

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Motorcycle and kayak trailer

Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS
 

This has been in a church parking lot on Fox Island for a few days.  Texas plates with paper dealer tag. know anything about it?

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Re: Deception Pass Dash

Kevin Olney
 

Peter,

We may try and join you this weekend.

As for the official unofficial DPD, it looks like Sunday, December 2nd is the favorite date. 11:00 start


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Peter Hirtle via Groups.Io <pehirtle@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 12:32:40 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
Good to know, thank you!

There will be a small group (two boats, rowing 2X's) doing the course this Saturday.  Launching at 11:00 for a 11:24 slack tide.  May or may not go around Deception Island depending on conditions.

Peter

Sent from here.


On Thursday, November 15, 2018, 12:23:55 PM PST, Kevin Olney <olneykc@...> wrote:


Heard from a friend today that Outdoor Adventures has decided not to run the race this year. In their words:  

"If we find a united paddle community who supports and values this event, we will definitely return next year."

There will be a group paddling the course on Saturday, December 1 at 10:08 (high slack is 10:28) if anyone is interested in an informal outing.


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 7:23:26 PM
To: main@soundrowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
While the web page has 2018 on it, the registration page is for 2017 and will not let you register.  Just wondering if anybody has any knowledge about whether it is happening this year.

G

On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:51:16 PM PST, Kevin Olney <olneykc@...> wrote:


I’ve tried contacting OA multiple times about the race and gotten no response. There doesn’t seem to be any way to register either.

Kevin Olney


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Peter Hirtle via Groups.Io <pehirtle@...>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 6:46:35 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:41:50 PM PST, Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...> wrote:


Does anybody know if the DPD s happening this year?

Thanks
Glenn


Re: Deception Pass Dash

Peter Hirtle
 

Good to know, thank you!

There will be a small group (two boats, rowing 2X's) doing the course this Saturday.  Launching at 11:00 for a 11:24 slack tide.  May or may not go around Deception Island depending on conditions.

Peter

Sent from here.


On Thursday, November 15, 2018, 12:23:55 PM PST, Kevin Olney <olneykc@...> wrote:


Heard from a friend today that Outdoor Adventures has decided not to run the race this year. In their words:  

"If we find a united paddle community who supports and values this event, we will definitely return next year."

There will be a group paddling the course on Saturday, December 1 at 10:08 (high slack is 10:28) if anyone is interested in an informal outing.


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 7:23:26 PM
To: main@soundrowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
While the web page has 2018 on it, the registration page is for 2017 and will not let you register.  Just wondering if anybody has any knowledge about whether it is happening this year.

G

On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:51:16 PM PST, Kevin Olney <olneykc@...> wrote:


I’ve tried contacting OA multiple times about the race and gotten no response. There doesn’t seem to be any way to register either.

Kevin Olney


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Peter Hirtle via Groups.Io <pehirtle@...>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 6:46:35 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:41:50 PM PST, Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...> wrote:


Does anybody know if the DPD s happening this year?

Thanks
Glenn


Re: Deception Pass Dash

Kevin Olney
 

Heard from a friend today that Outdoor Adventures has decided not to run the race this year. In their words:  

"If we find a united paddle community who supports and values this event, we will definitely return next year."

There will be a group paddling the course on Saturday, December 1 at 10:08 (high slack is 10:28) if anyone is interested in an informal outing.


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 7:23:26 PM
To: main@soundrowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
While the web page has 2018 on it, the registration page is for 2017 and will not let you register.  Just wondering if anybody has any knowledge about whether it is happening this year.

G

On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:51:16 PM PST, Kevin Olney <olneykc@...> wrote:


I’ve tried contacting OA multiple times about the race and gotten no response. There doesn’t seem to be any way to register either.

Kevin Olney


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Peter Hirtle via Groups.Io <pehirtle@...>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 6:46:35 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:41:50 PM PST, Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...> wrote:


Does anybody know if the DPD s happening this year?

Thanks
Glenn


Re: 2018 Annual Meeting Nov. 10th

Michael Lampi
 

Ok - Saturday April 13th will be the date for the Lake Sammamish Race!

Best regards,

Michael Lampi

 


On 2018-11-08 22:21, Tyler Peterson wrote:

Countdown to Annual meeting time!
 
The annual meeting is this Saturday Nov 10th, 10:00 AM at the Lake Washington Rowing Club located at 919 North Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98103.  Once you get inside head upstairs and follow the signs to the meeting room at the end of the hall on the left.  Feel free to give me a call if you get lost (206) 786-1083.
 
Attached is the agenda for Saturday, the minutes from 2017 and a draft of race safety guidelines that are close but still in the development process (created by Theresa Knakal).  I will print out a few copies of the agenda and minutes but try to bring your own if you would like.
 
Feel free to bring some food to share and I will do my best to keep the meeting moving and get us all out at a reasonable time.  I will also need a volunteer to take notes during the meeting.
 
Let me know if you have any questions.
 
Thanks,
 
Tyler Peterson
Sound Rowers President
(206) 786-1083   
 
 

From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Tyler Peterson <teaspoon5150@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 8, 2018 5:50 AM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] 2018 Annual Meeting Nov. 10th
 
 

 

From: Tyler Peterson
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 6:21 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: [SoundRowers] 2018 Annual Meeting Nov. 10th

 

Hello all Sound Rowers & Paddlers,

It is that time once again when those that enjoy being apart of Sound Rowers have the opportunity to share in the of the magic of what goes on behind the scenes.  Our annual meeting is open to all members and is the time when we review all aspects of the club including but not limited to; races, budgets, safety, and marketing.  Officers are elected, and issues are voted on.

To note for this year:

1)    The date is Saturday Nov. 10 at 10:00 AM at the Lake Washington Rowing Club: 910 North Northlake way, Seattle, WA 98103

2)    After 8 years I will not be running for reelection, so the position of president will need to be filled.  This is an incredible opportunity to be a part of an tremendous club filled with fantastic passionate people.  If you are even considering it of just have questions please reach out to me. 

3)    Feel free to come early and row or paddle off the LWRC Dock and explore the waterways of Seattle.

4)    Review the attached minutes from last year's meeting.

5)    Feel free to bring some food to share and snack on.

6)    If you have anything that you would like to add to the agenda, please email me prior to November 2nd and I will add it. I will send the agenda out in about a week.
   

Our club only works because of our all-volunteer team of race directors, officers and other support staff that take the time to ensure we all come back safe with a smile on our faces. Please feel free to reach out to me directly if you have questions or would like to find a way to volunteer.  

I look forward to seeing you all on the 10th,

Tyler Peterson- Sound Rowers President

tyler@...

(206) 786-1083

 

 


Re: Deception Pass Dash

steven wort
 

After a bit more digging it looks like someone by that name is still active on Facebook. Has anyone tried messaging their Facebook page?

~Steve Wort
 


From: main@soundrowers.groups.io on behalf of steven wort <steven_wort@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 07:42
To: main@soundrowers.groups.io; main@soundrowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
Given that the current address is still listed as the store on 90th in Redmond that Dan Henderson took over with Cascade Canoe & Kayak multiple years back, and Dan has been out of there for at least a year now, I would assume the business has gone under and that’s why no one is responding.

Maybe time to look for someone else to take over as RD for the Deception Pass Dash?

~Steve Wort
 

From: main@soundrowers.groups.io on behalf of Richard Farr <richardfarr@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 06:59
To: main@soundrowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 

Because I am trying to organize a trip out of the country around that date, I have been attempting to contact Outdoor Adventures for weeks, by multiple methods, including leaving messages, emails, and messages through their website. No response whatsoever. I think the material on the site is simply left over from last year - including the link to "2018 results"! Given the currents on December 9th, I think the only possible dates are December 2nd and December 16th. I had to go ahead and book travel on December 2nd so am hoping for the 16th.


Re: Deception Pass Dash

steven wort
 

Given that the current address is still listed as the store on 90th in Redmond that Dan Henderson took over with Cascade Canoe & Kayak multiple years back, and Dan has been out of there for at least a year now, I would assume the business has gone under and that’s why no one is responding.

Maybe time to look for someone else to take over as RD for the Deception Pass Dash?

~Steve Wort
 


From: main@soundrowers.groups.io on behalf of Richard Farr <richardfarr@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 06:59
To: main@soundrowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 

Because I am trying to organize a trip out of the country around that date, I have been attempting to contact Outdoor Adventures for weeks, by multiple methods, including leaving messages, emails, and messages through their website. No response whatsoever. I think the material on the site is simply left over from last year - including the link to "2018 results"! Given the currents on December 9th, I think the only possible dates are December 2nd and December 16th. I had to go ahead and book travel on December 2nd so am hoping for the 16th.


Re: Deception Pass Dash

Richard Farr
 


Because I am trying to organize a trip out of the country around that date, I have been attempting to contact Outdoor Adventures for weeks, by multiple methods, including leaving messages, emails, and messages through their website. No response whatsoever. I think the material on the site is simply left over from last year - including the link to "2018 results"! Given the currents on December 9th, I think the only possible dates are December 2nd and December 16th. I had to go ahead and book travel on December 2nd so am hoping for the 16th.


Re: Deception Pass Dash

Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS
 

While the web page has 2018 on it, the registration page is for 2017 and will not let you register.  Just wondering if anybody has any knowledge about whether it is happening this year.

G

On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:51:16 PM PST, Kevin Olney <olneykc@...> wrote:


I’ve tried contacting OA multiple times about the race and gotten no response. There doesn’t seem to be any way to register either.

Kevin Olney


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Peter Hirtle via Groups.Io <pehirtle@...>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 6:46:35 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:41:50 PM PST, Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...> wrote:


Does anybody know if the DPD s happening this year?

Thanks
Glenn


Re: Deception Pass Dash

Kevin Olney
 

I’ve tried contacting OA multiple times about the race and gotten no response. There doesn’t seem to be any way to register either.

Kevin Olney


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Peter Hirtle via Groups.Io <pehirtle@...>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 6:46:35 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] Deception Pass Dash
 
On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:41:50 PM PST, Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...> wrote:


Does anybody know if the DPD s happening this year?

Thanks
Glenn


Re: Deception Pass Dash

Peter Hirtle
 

On Monday, November 12, 2018, 6:41:50 PM PST, Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS <rogersclan@...> wrote:


Does anybody know if the DPD s happening this year?

Thanks
Glenn


Deception Pass Dash

Glenn/Cheryl ROGERS
 

Does anybody know if the DPD s happening this year?

Thanks
Glenn


Re: 2018 Annual Meeting Nov. 10th

Tyler Peterson
 

Countdown to Annual meeting time!

The annual meeting is this Saturday Nov 10th, 10:00 AM at the Lake Washington Rowing Club located at 919 North Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98103.  Once you get inside head upstairs and follow the signs to the meeting room at the end of the hall on the left.  Feel free to give me a call if you get lost (206) 786-1083.

Attached is the agenda for Saturday, the minutes from 2017 and a draft of race safety guidelines that are close but still in the development process (created by Theresa Knakal).  I will print out a few copies of the agenda and minutes but try to bring your own if you would like.

Feel free to bring some food to share and I will do my best to keep the meeting moving and get us all out at a reasonable time.  I will also need a volunteer to take notes during the meeting.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Tyler Peterson
Sound Rowers President
(206) 786-1083   


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Tyler Peterson <teaspoon5150@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 8, 2018 5:50 AM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] 2018 Annual Meeting Nov. 10th
 

 

From: Tyler Peterson
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 6:21 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: [SoundRowers] 2018 Annual Meeting Nov. 10th

 

Hello all Sound Rowers & Paddlers,

It is that time once again when those that enjoy being apart of Sound Rowers have the opportunity to share in the of the magic of what goes on behind the scenes.  Our annual meeting is open to all members and is the time when we review all aspects of the club including but not limited to; races, budgets, safety, and marketing.  Officers are elected, and issues are voted on.

To note for this year:

1)    The date is Saturday Nov. 10 at 10:00 AM at the Lake Washington Rowing Club: 910 North Northlake way, Seattle, WA 98103

2)    After 8 years I will not be running for reelection, so the position of president will need to be filled.  This is an incredible opportunity to be a part of an tremendous club filled with fantastic passionate people.  If you are even considering it of just have questions please reach out to me. 

3)    Feel free to come early and row or paddle off the LWRC Dock and explore the waterways of Seattle.

4)    Review the attached minutes from last year’s meeting.

5)    Feel free to bring some food to share and snack on.

6)    If you have anything that you would like to add to the agenda, please email me prior to November 2nd and I will add it. I will send the agenda out in about a week.
   

Our club only works because of our all-volunteer team of race directors, officers and other support staff that take the time to ensure we all come back safe with a smile on our faces. Please feel free to reach out to me directly if you have questions or would like to find a way to volunteer.  

I look forward to seeing you all on the 10th,

Tyler Peterson- Sound Rowers President

tyler@...

(206) 786-1083

 


Re: 2018 Annual Meeting Nov. 10th

Tyler Peterson
 

Perfect.  Thanks for the update.

Tyler


From: main@SoundRowers.groups.io <main@SoundRowers.groups.io> on behalf of Terrie Ragins via Groups.Io <Tragins1@...>
Sent: Wednesday, November 7, 2018 6:30 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SoundRowers] 2018 Annual Meeting Nov. 10th
 

Tyler, sorry for the late notice but I have to watch my niece’s kids on Saturday. I was in contact with Theresa Knakal  and I would like to cast a vote for her after Shane nominates her for President. As for publicity notes I’ll give them to Shane.

Happy Holidays

Terrie

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Tyler Peterson
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 6:21 PM
To: main@SoundRowers.groups.io
Subject: [SoundRowers] 2018 Annual Meeting Nov. 10th

 

Hello all Sound Rowers & Paddlers,

It is that time once again when those that enjoy being apart of Sound Rowers have the opportunity to share in the of the magic of what goes on behind the scenes.  Our annual meeting is open to all members and is the time when we review all aspects of the club including but not limited to; races, budgets, safety, and marketing.  Officers are elected, and issues are voted on.

To note for this year:

1)    The date is Saturday Nov. 10 at 10:00 AM at the Lake Washington Rowing Club: 910 North Northlake way, Seattle, WA 98103

2)    After 8 years I will not be running for reelection, so the position of president will need to be filled.  This is an incredible opportunity to be a part of an tremendous club filled with fantastic passionate people.  If you are even considering it of just have questions please reach out to me. 

3)    Feel free to come early and row or paddle off the LWRC Dock and explore the waterways of Seattle.

4)    Review the attached minutes from last year’s meeting.

5)    Feel free to bring some food to share and snack on.

6)    If you have anything that you would like to add to the agenda, please email me prior to November 2nd and I will add it. I will send the agenda out in about a week.
   

Our club only works because of our all-volunteer team of race directors, officers and other support staff that take the time to ensure we all come back safe with a smile on our faces. Please feel free to reach out to me directly if you have questions or would like to find a way to volunteer.  

I look forward to seeing you all on the 10th,

Tyler Peterson- Sound Rowers President

tyler@...

(206) 786-1083