The Commodore's Watch

March 2014

commodore Andrew

It’s hard to imagine that there is still three and a half weeks left of this insufferable winter. Snow, Ice and Frigid Temperatures...

O.K. I got that off my chest.

Now for something uplifting…

Your Board of Directors has had its first meeting and I am pleased to inform you that I came away from the meeting very optimistic about the future of our club. It was mentioned during the meeting that 2014 will be the year of positive change. I feel confident that this Board will make it happen.

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April 2014

commodore Andrew

As spring is “officially” here, (unofficially it’s still damn cold and the snow and ice are taking their sweet time disappearing), we will be called upon to participate (Volunteer) to spruce up our Club. Volunteering to help out at the Club has a two-fold benefit, while meeting new people during whatever project you are helping with you are also helping the Club and yourself save money, a win-win for both you and us.

Keeping our Club "Ship Shape" can also help in increasing our Membership. It's time to shed the image of The Best Kept Secret in Toronto.

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May 2014

commodore AndrewYou should never rely on a weather forecast predicted by a ground hog.

Having said this, there is no ice in the river and the docks will be in soon.

I would like to thank Harry and his First Mates, for providing an interesting evening of entertainment April 26th.

Can't wait to see what else he has in store for us.

Don't forget, your input and participation are important to the continuing success of the THYC

Regards,
"Capt. Andy"
p.s. Play Hard and Play Safe

June 2014

commodore Andrew

In-case you did not notice, the Flag Pole has been vandalized!

It has been painted; new hardware and flags have been added. The principle culprit is our Fleet Captain, Bob Breau and a handful of mischievous scoundrels.

I believe this has been done in preparation of our annual "Sail Past".

This event is scheduled for June 21 and I cordially invite all members and guests to attend.

Dress code for the day is "whites" for all Captains and crew, guests on a participating vessel are required to wear a white shirt or blouse or T shirt. All Captains will attend a brief meeting conducted by our Fleet Captain. Looking forward to seeing ALL MEMBERS of the THYC and friends at this event.

Reception with light refreshments will follow.
Andrew Witwicky, Commodore

July 2014

commodore Andrew

Well, even if Mother Nature keeps throwing curves at us, we are officially in the 2014 "Boating Season", so let's enjoy it.
The most gratifying event as Commodore is "Sail Past".

Not only is this the start of our boating season, but it allows us to participate in the time long ceremony that reminds us all that no matter how small we are in numbers we are still a Yacht Club.

I would like to thank everyone, Board Members, Captains and Crew, Social and Paddle Members, as well as the visiting Guests who participated in celebrating this Special Annual Event and making it the highlight of the season.

A heart felt thank you to Mario Germani (Humber River Boys), for leading us in the singing of our National Anthem during the lawn ceremony.

Nadia and I wish everyone a Happy Canada Day and look forward to seeing you at the Annual Horseshoe event.

Regards
Andrew Witwicky

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