by Loree Lipstein
September 16, 2009
Hello fabulous Leukemia Cup supporters!
First and foremost, a Big, HUGE, heartfelt THANK YOU to each and everyone of you for your contributions to this year’s Leukemia Cup Regatta. Whether you sailed, volunteered, fundraised, registered, race committee your participation and time played a part in a very successful and enjoyable weekend for all!
How about that wind?!! I am very happy to be able to continue providing that service for you all 🙂 Just keep up that great participation from year to year and it would be my pleasure to continue providing you conditions for great racing 😉 And what about our wonderful band the Cahoots?! Many asked me to pass on compliments to the band. Anyone who would like more details or to be in touch with them, their website is: www.cahootsrockandroll.com
Continue reading Leukemia Cup Fundraising results!
This in from Keith Strasser:
For the past three years a PRSA member, found a way to promote our sport and help others. attached here are the two flyers from this year and below is a cut out from the write up in the Baltimore Sun. Every event each year all sailors are invited. It started as a Hobie Cat ride but that is not set in stone. If you search our PRSA Yahoo Group message you can find the PDF on the 1st year and 2nd year just for reference.
Continue reading 3rd Annual Santa Sail
Our heartiest congratulations to TEAM SPOT on their first place finish at the 2009 Albacore Internationals. Yes indeed by a nine point lead too ! Nice going guys.
Continue reading TEAM SPOT Takes First Place in the 2009 Albacore Internationals!
Congratulations Barn to you and David for representing PRSA and placing second place in a tie breaker in a 50 boat fleet at the UK Albacore nationals in Scotland.All of us wish you victory in the Internationals that continue the rest of the week. Go get ’em Team Spot !! THE NUDGE
Khin Thein sailing with his son Thant come in 23rd in 50 boat fleet.
Go here to see all the scores: http://scottishsailinginstitute.com/ssi_results.asp?eventID=80
Last night I had the pleasure of taking my 7 year old nephew Spencer out for his first sail.
Continue reading Passing it on to the next generation
Choice footage from this years event. Ich Weiss Warum
A tongue in cheek look at the Lightning Fleet as they try their level best to sail in some pretty trying conditions…
We continue to have issues with the ethanol in the gasoline causing the carburetor to gum up, making the engine difficult to start and to keep running at idle. We have developed new refueling and operating procedures that we hope will keep this from happening, Please follow them.