Skidaway Island Boating Club Meeting and Potluck Dinner
February 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Enjoy friendship around the fireplace at the annual “Tall Tales” Potluck Dinner on February 25 at Skidaway Island State Park inside the park’s Group Shelter Building. This potluck meal will be complemented by one of our sailors, Ruth McMullin, sharing her pictures and humorous stories of several of the trips she and her husband Tom took on their 11-foot cat rigged Penguin they received as a wedding present. It was designed by Phillip Rhodes, who designed the Rhodes 19s raced on the island. Additional stories will be shared while traveling on their 30-foot Pearson 30 which they raced successfully and cruised extensively. Recently, they moved up to a 40-foot IOR One Ton X-402 built in Denmark. They have chartered boats in Europe, the Caribbean, and Australia. Tom was invited to race in the first-ever Soviet International Invitational in what was still Leningrad (he came in second). They left January 30, 2020 to sail from Grenada, where they look forward to visiting old haunts (Tobago Keys, St. Lucia, and Union Island). Join us on February 25 to find out if they repeated their adventure when they drove into a coral reef off Palm Island. See you on February 25 to find out what happened!
For membership information, please contact Membership Director Jean Kovaleski, (610-657-1772 or email@example.com).
There is no charge, but you must RSVP by Feb 21 to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name(s) and what dish you’ll bring (appetizer, entree, veggie/salad/side or dessert.)
Sign up today for this delicious and delightful evening! BYOB and email email@example.com with any questions. Non members are invited to attend as well. Want to join? Go to skidawayislandboatingclub.org. Boat ownership is not required.
Please Note: The starting time has not been specified, so email SIBC to be sure what time to arrive.
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