Keith Dahlin made an amazing video of a day cruise the club made to New Dungeness Lighthouse. If you missed it when he showed it at our Friday gathering... or you just want to see it again... here it is!
Do you want to know how to fix the scratches, dents or holes in your cherished vessel?
If so, America’s Boating Club and Port Angeles Yacht Club are presenting a clinic on repairing and refinishing damage to your composite materials.
These clinics will be held in two sessions, Saturday, February 4th and Saturday, March 4th 10:00 am at the Port Angeles Yacht Club and promises to be informative and entertaining. Each session has an in-depth presentation that will cover different aspects of fiberglass repair.
Since you get to get your hands dirty mixing up epoxy and making it work, there's a $10 charge to cover the cost of materials for both sessions.
A good time was had by all at last Friday's Bridge Meeting and dinner. Members and guests were treated to a delicious curry dinner with homemade deserts provided by Shirley Grayce.
The theme of the evening was "Volunteer Appreciation." And boy did we feel appreciated. Volunteers were honored with a round of applause with special ovation for past commodores.
Shown Below: Current Commodore Paul Kolisnikoff bows with gratitude towards Past Commodores, Frank Benson, Rick Johns, Paul Forrest, Dave Miller, Bob Morrison, Erika Hansen-Dahlin and Randy Volker.
But the pièce de résistance was a lovely song and dance honoring yacht club volunteers.