07/2010 NVYC Newsletter

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July - 2010

Volume - 258 Founded - 1987 “Live Your Dream”

Commodore’s Cruise to Petaluma

Photo: Linda Wolfe

Thank you to Commodore Larry and Linda Wolfe for organizing a great cruise to Petaluma over Father’s Day Weekend. After a rough San Pablo Bay crossing on Friday, even the weatherman cooperated with sunny, breezy warm weather the rest of the weekend. Highlight of the cruise was the tour of Keller Estate Winery and the incredible collection of antique automobiles garaged at the winery. Larry reported that it took months of telephone tag to arrange the trip but all agreed it was well worth it. In addition to 9 NVYC boats, many members arrived by Land Yacht to join the fun.
Boats: “Dancing Wolf”- Larry & Linda Wolfe “Strange Trip”- Steve & Ellen Vartan “Why Knot”- Bill & Merrilee Newton “Sol-Scape”- Soren & Ingrid Axelsen “Hot Toddy”- Don Buresh & Sharon Phillips “Grand Cru”- Ken & Naidene Graham “Betty D”- Bob & Joy Magoon “Omega”- Bob & Joyce Craven “Lady Di”- Scott & Diane Brown Land Cruisers: Bob & Nancy Gurley, Avi Strugo, Bob Weeks, Keith & Regi Poehlmann, Nancy & Marissa Schleicher, Kurt & Dominique Stahr, Tom & Judy Nunan, Dave & Donna Mendelsohn, Phil & Lynne Champlin, Bill Moore, Bruce & Jerry Butler. Guests: Ed & Linda Barwick, Laurie Wolfe & Marlon Mezquita, Neil & Roberta Kelley and Mathew Hudson

Editor: Ellen Vartan

Commodore Larry Wolfe

Vice Commodore Dirk Kruidenier

Rear Commodore Bill Newton

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uly is the halfway point of our year and time to look backward as well as forward. It is also the time of the year to take stock and review the goals that we set for ourselves and evaluate how well we have fulfilled those expectations. I am sure you can feel proud of what has been achieved in the past six months: ABC liquor license for the deck, BBQ & Bocce Ball court Signed lease with the city Website with domain name New electrical on the dock Two new TVs with blue tooth DVD Stainless steel refrigerator New handicap bathrooms Security cameras And, by the time you read this our galley will be complete.

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he bar needs volunteers for the rest of the year. Please contact me if you want to help. Thank you. Welcome Aboard New Members

Bill & Marialice Bopf 97 Valley Club Circle Napa, CA 94558 707.294.2269
Sponsors: Clay Parker George Cliff

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Editor’s Notes…
If you wish to receive the newsletter only by e-mail, and not snail mail, please contact me: [email protected] or call at 707.224.6553. The club saves money on postage and printing and you will receive the newsletter in color the same day that I send it to the printer. It is also available on our website: www.nvyc.org. Joyce Craven handdelivers issues to members living in nearby neighborhoods.
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mprovements being made to the galley and bathrooms are finished. These projects would not have been possible without the donated time and energy by many of our members. Power on the dock is still being worked on to fix some glitches but the work is intended to make our dock safer. Fleet Captain Bob Magoon needs cruisers to sign up for the Marin Yacht Club cruise on September 10,11,12 and the following Blue Water cruise from September 12-19. You can go to our website to sign up. Bob needs this info by the end of July...these cruise-outs take a lot of planning and reservations with the participating clubs. NVYachtClub2010 Here’s the schedule of cruiseins for the rest of the year. Members are always invited to come down to the club and join the fun, greet the cruisers and see the boats.
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We all volunteer in an allvolunteer organization. None of us is compelled to do so but we do it for the “club” and, you are the “club”. We are on a roll. The big projects are behind us. Hang on. The real fun is just about to begin.

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July Events
July 4th Weekend - See insert Friday - Bring meat to BBQ Saturday - games Sunday- games, hotdog/hamburger dinner ********** July 14 - Captain Ken Graham presents workshop on “Rules of the Road” in boating safety - 5:30 pm at clubhouse- see insert

Friday Dinners
July 2 - Bring your own meat to burn Hosts: Dominique & Kurt Stahr Dean Stahr & Pat Crisman July 9 - Italian Dinner Surprise Hosts: Diane & Scott Brown Karen & Charlie Agnew July 16 - California Salad, Grilled Chicken with veggies & rice, warm biscuits, ice cream Hosts: Keith & Regi Poehlmann Soren & Ingrid Axelsen July 23 - Viking Dinner: Swedish meatballs, Grilled sausages, mixed rice, Green salad Fruit cobbler with ice cream Hosts: Judy & Dave Winckler July 30 - Pizza Oven on site to make four kinds of fresh pizza, salad and dessert. Hosts: Donald Buresh & Sharon Phillips Mark & Nancy Lessler

Celebrations
Birthdays:
Mary Parker - 7/3 Bob Beardsley - 7/8 Charles Ehrhart - 7/9 Jon Lander - 7/11 Bill Finnegan - 7/13 Sven Oja - 7/16 Chuck Youngson - 7/16 Jim Robbers - 7/19 Bob Stephenson - 7/19 Earl Diets - 7/20 Dominique Stahr - 7/20 Maxine Maas - 7/23 Lori Cranston - 7/23 Lynn Scott - 7/23 Scott Brown - 7/26 Lynn Pritchett - 7/26 Gloria Bennett - 7/31

Anniversaries:
William & Elizabeth Moore - 7/14 Soren & Ingrid Axelsen - 7/21 Chris & Lori Fultz - 7/25 Tom & Nicky Suard - 7/28 Art & Angela Lewis - 7/29 Dave & Judy Winckler - 7/29 3

Western Night on June 11 brought out the boots and hats. It was a far cry from the shootout at OK Corral but it sure was fun!

Commodore Larry traded his bars for a cowboy hat...George Cliff helped with tri-tip.

Bob Gurley’s boots from his younger days on an Avocado ranch.

Hosts Wolfe & Champlin provided a bottle of “Old Nag Rot Gut” on each table. No one died. Tom Lupori, (l) Lili Keating’s guest, and Mark Lessler loved being cowboys for an evening. Linda Wolfe & Lynne Champlin were in charge of the chuckwagon.

Laurie Wolfe & Marlon Mezquita; guests of
Larry and Linda.

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(L-R) Lou Schirm, Keith Poehlmann, Soren Axelsen, Regi Poehlmann, Ingrid Axelsen and Steve Vartan

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Officers, Board of Directors, Committees - 2010 Board of Directors: Commodore: Larry Wolfe - 253.9158 Vice Commodore: Dirk Kruidenier - 554.1098 Rear Commodore: Bill Newton - 224.0306 Treasurer: Steve Vartan - 224.6553 Secretary: Bob Weeks - 253.2276 Staff Commodore: Clay Parker - 224.0188 Directors: Charlie Alegria - 257.8299 Don Buresh - 548.2545 Chris Fultz - 287.5038 Bob Stephenson - 255.6012 Lynn Pritchett - 255.6619 Avi Strugo - 337.5614 Staff Chairs: Rear Commodore Fleet Captain: Bob Magoon - 252.2018 Web: Clay Newton Newsletter Editor: Ellen Vartan - 224.6553 Advertising: Kathie Peterson - 738.3130 Merchandise: Angela & Art Lewis - 252.8586 Membership: Evelyn Silveri -255.1254 Bldg & Grounds: Al Mueller - 967.8836 Chris Fultz - 287.5038 Public Relations: Lynn Pritchett - 255.6619 Staff Chairs - Vice Commodore Port Captains: Bill Newton - 224.0306 Don Buresh - 548.2545 Galley Captain: Nancy Weeks - 253.2276 Social Chairs: Mary Parker - 224.0188 Seeta Kruidenier - 442.1098 Bar Captain: Dirk Kruidenier Supplies: Sally Craig 888.4962 OD Coordinators: Mark & Nancy Lessler 257.9008 Other Staff: Commodore Long Range Planning - Steve Vartan - 224.6553 Sunshine: Evelyn Silveri - 255.1254 Jackie Finnegan - 255.6638 Christmas Seniors: Karen Agnew - 255.8115 PICYA Delegates: Maxine Maas - 255.4110 Larry Wolfe - 253.9158

Board of Directors Meeting 6-08-2010
Minutes
Meeting called to order at 1730 hours, May 11, 2010 at NVYC Clubhouse by Commodore Larry Wolfe. Present: Larry Wolfe, Dirk Kruidenier, Bill Newton, Chris Fultz, Bob Weeks, Bob Stephenson, Steve Vartan, Staff Commodore Clay Parker Excused: Charlie Alegria , Lynn Pritchett, Avi Strugo, Don Buresh. Motions passed: • May 2010 minutes approved. • Transfer $25,000 from CD account to cover additional expenses for bathroom & galley remodel Reports: • Fire proof safe has been installed. • Received letter from Elizabeth Frater thanking the club for good times. • Ken Graham has been appointed Safety Officer • At Memorial Day Dinner for Senior Project we made $2400. • Signups still available for September 18 pig roast to support Senior Project. • VC Kruidenier reported he will take over as bar captain. • Sally Craig has volunteered to be in charge of Supplies • Commodore’s Cruise to Petaluma is June 18-20 • Galley Project is continuing. New hood installation is scheduled for late June. • New restrooms should be functional end of June • New TV will soon be installed in bar area. • Looking for volunteers to organize boat event for boats under 30’. • Welcome new members Bill & Marialice Bopf. • Date reserved: Soren Axelsen - October 3. Respectfully submitted: Bob Weeks, Secretary
(The above is a synopsis of the NVYC Board of Directors Meeting. If you wish further information, please contact Bob Weeks)

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you
Thank you to Don Buresh & Sharon Phillips, and Mark & Nancy Lessler for stepping into the breach and volunteering to host the July 30 dinner. They are bringing in a pizza oven to prepare made-to-order pizzas. This is their second Friday night dinner so we really appreciate their generosity. Don’t miss the party. Thank you to Bob & Nancy Weeks for all the dinners and special events that they have volunteered to cook. Every member who comes to the club on Friday night and has a great time with their friends should personally thank them. If you haven’t scheduled your membership obligation for a once a year turn in the galley and feel overwhelmed by cooking for a group, Steve Vartan has arranged with Tyler Anderson, former owner of Fresh Squeeze Deli in downtown Napa, to cater full dinners. He has several entrees to choose from. Call Tyler at 530-304-9671 or Steve. Dates that are open: August 27 September 3 (Potluck) September 10 October 15 Please call Mark or Nancy at 257.9008.

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Napa Valley Yacht Club 100 Riverside Drive P.O. Box 5851 Napa, CA 94558 www.nvyc.org

July - 2010 “Live Your Dream”

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July 4th Family Weekend at the NVYC
Friday - July 2 - Bring your boat for the weekend Bring your own meat to BBQ
Hosts: Dean Stahr & Pat Crisman Dominique & Kurt Stahr

Saturday - July 3 - 10 am Bocce Ball. Teams will be guys against the girls. (Who wants to bet that the girls will win?) Stick Ball. Taco Truck for lunch. Wear your best patriotic shirt for the “dry shirt contest” Sunday - July 4 - 11 am - Patriotic Pet Costume contest. Dress your favorite pet in costume for parade and judging. Two-legged animals acceptable. Watermelon eating contest. Ring Toss and more. 6:00 pm - Basket Auction (benefits Senior project) 7:00 pm July 4th Dinner - Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Potato salad, corn on the cob, apple pie.
(If you can help with Sunday dinner please call Linda Wolfe or Karen Agnew)

City of Napa Fireworks at dark.

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Senior Project Update

ccording to Senior Project Chairman Karen Agnew, $2,455.00 was raised Memorial Day weekend during club festivities. Silent auction basket donations were provided by Larry & Linda Wolfe, Mark Cordeiro, Tom & Judy Nunan, Soren & Ingrid Axelsen, Bob Fowles & Linda Parzych, Bill Kisliuk & Elizabeth Frater, Bob & Nancy Weeks and Charlie & Gloria Bennett. Clay & Mary Parker hosted Saturday lunch and dinner was prepared by Bob & Nancy Weeks, Larry & Linda Wolfe, Clay & Mary Parker, Charlie & Karen Agnew. Bartenders were Don Buresh and Sharon Phillips. One of the silent auction items was a donation from Bob & Nancy Weeks to host a pig roast on September 18. $50.00 per person includes everything from drinks to dessert (wine included). Call Bob for reservations. “The pig roast will be the last Senior Project fundraiser for the year,” explained Karen, “We have nearly reached our goal of $5,500.00 in donations that will enable us to match last year's efforts. “Thank you to all who have given their time, money and participation for this worthwhile Christmas project.”

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CAPTAIN KEN’S BOAT SAFETY WORKSHOPS Captain Ken Graham, our Safety and Training Officer, is scheduling three boating safety workshops for our members. Ken and Naidene also cruise with the Grand Banks club aboard their 36’ trawler “Grand Cru”. All workshops will be at the NVYC clubhouse at 5:30 pm and will last about an hour. Mark your calendars the second Wednesday of the month. • July 14 - Rules of the Road, courtesy and safety • August 11 - Marlinespike seamanship, round two • September 8 - TBD Contact Ken: [email protected] or 707.224.7015. Please call the week before so he can provide sufficient course material.

More photos...Commodore’s Cruise June 19

(L & C) It looks like Dave & Donna Mendelsohn have a vintage Bentley all picked out… (R) The NVYC group on the patio at Keller Wine Estates for a wine & cheese Photos: Mendelsohn tasting before a tour of the car collection. 10

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