Archive for October, 2007

ALL HANDS ON DOCK! SATURDAY HOUSE CLEAN OUT, LAST CALL! – 2007

Friday, October 19th, 2007

REMINDER: This Saturday 8:00 am at the EYC Clubhouse!!!

This Saturday we are looking for anyone who can help us get the
clubhouse ready for it’s upcoming renovations. Quinn Brennan is our man
on the ground and has everything in place for the construction to
begin. But, he needs your help. Many hands will make light and fast
work.

The goal is to move anything still in the lower level up to the
porch, it is our hope to have so many people that we can create a
bucket brigade. If we complete this and still have daylight we will
start some of the demolition work. So, bring your work gloves and
grubby clothes.

Please try and join us, all are welcome and needed. Bring a friend and introduce them to the awesome EYC Community!

That is, this Saturday the 20th at 8:00 am!!!

Posted by David Sauter, Commodore

CLUBHOUSE RENOVATION HELP NEEDED THIS SATURDAY – 2007

Monday, October 15th, 2007

CALL TO ARMS: This Saturday 8:00 am at the EYC Clubhouse!!!

This Saturday we are looking for anyone who can help us get the clubhouse ready for it’s upcoming renovations. Quinn Brennan is our man on the ground and has everything in place for the construction to begin. But, he needs your help. Many hands will make light and fast work.

The goal is to move anything still in the lower level up to the porch, it is our hope to have so many people that we can create a bucket brigade. If we complete this and still have daylight we will start some of the demolition work. So, bring your work gloves and grubby clothes.

Please try and join us, all are welcome and needed. Bring a friend and introduce them to the awesome EYC Community!

That is, this Saturday the 20th at 8:00 am!!!

Posted by David Sauter, Commodore

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.