Archive for June, 2006

EYC Dock Extension Approved by All! – 2006

Thursday, June 22nd, 2006

The EYC received final approval from the DNR to go forward with our planned dock extension. This is exciting news and a fitting announcement to add to our 100 year celebration. We are spooling up the fundraising campaign immediately in order to determine when construction will begin.

The extension is 20 feet wide and 100 feet long extending from the current dock end at a slight angle to the South. It will provide a safer and more usable space for sailing lessons and other EYC events. It will allow for dockage on 3 sides which provides for great South wind mooring. The extension will also provide much better protection to our shared Harbor.

We wish to thank Bill Hoag, George Carey, David Sauter and the entire Board of the EYC; Tom Goelz, Jack Zito and the entire ownership at the EYH; Keith Lindstrand, Paul Burton and the entire Village of Ephraim Board and Staff; Mike Hanaway of the DNR and Mike Kahr of Death’s Door Marine. Without a great deal of patience and cooperation this project would not have gotten approved!

Now, lets fund this great addition to the EYC.

Max Robinette

Commodore

Gallery – Major Update – 2006

Sunday, June 4th, 2006

The photo gallery got a major update this weekend. You can now view sets of photos, run slideshows and DOWNLOAD whichever ones you want at no charge and in whatever size you like. We are using Flickr which is a Yahoo service. It is very easy to use and flexible. If you have photos to contribute, please burn them to CD or DVD and send them to David Sauter, 255 Traders Point Lane, Green Bay, WI 54301.

Building the future history of the EYC in Photos!

The Vice – David Sauter

Regatta on Online Events Sites – 2006

Friday, June 2nd, 2006

In our continuing quest to encourage sailors to join us for regatta we have published the event on some online event sites. Go check them out! Neat tools for finding things to do.

Eventful.com

Upcoming.org

The Vice – David Sauter

The Ephraim Yacht Club is a family oriented non-profit organization focused on forwarding sailing education and racing to students of all ages located in the town of Ephraim, in Door County, Wisconsin on beautiful Eagle Harbor.