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1 Eau Gallie Yacht Club Spray Vol. 61 No. 9 September 2017 Member of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs Labor Day Cardboard Boat Race Monday, September 4th details on page 4 For life's finer moments and memories. 100 Datura Drive Indian Harbour Beach, Florida tel fax

2 Commodore's Comments Table of Contents Afternoon Tea...3 Banquets...14 Board of Governors...Back Cover Bridge Banter...14 Calendars of Events... 8 & 9 Captains Table...14 Cardboard Boat Race...4 Club Dining & Events...4 Commodore's Comments...2 Courtside News...7 Duplicate Bridge...14 EGYC Art Show...2 Feature Evenings at EGYC...5 Greetings from the General Manager...3 Harbor Happenings...6 Kids' Corner...6 Labor Day Celebration Buffet...4 Land and Sea Fashion Show...15 Membership News...11 Membership Scrapbook...10 On the Waterfront...12 Party Bridge...14 Shoreline Scrawls...4 Shrimp & Suds...4 Tennis Tidbits...7 Waterfront Report...13 Welcome Aboard...11 Wine and Dine Around...3 Women s Council Chatter...15 Halfway through my year as Commodore, I am happy to report that your Club is doing very well currently. We have solid financials, our membership is growing, the docks are full and there are many fun events happening all the time it seems like. A big Thank You to Club management and prior Board and Committee Members for getting the Club to where it is today! At times the Club is doing too well lately, with the most popular dinner times, areas of the Club and recent events being 'fully committed' (hip new way of saying we are full). In response to this, you will notice a new expanded/improved East Lounge 'high top' area to accommodate more Dude Braselton casual and drop in dining members in the Lounge. We are also going to Commodore remove the requirement of jackets for men in the Main Dining Room starting in October (when jackets had been required for men, jackets encouraged year-round). The Main Dining Room has some of the best views and decor of the Club. If you haven't dined in the Main Dining Room lately it is a great option if your preferred time is not available in the Lounge. Labor Day weekend is the big event this month. On Labor Day afternoon at 4pm we have our annual cardboard boat races, which are always a lot of fun for everyone. Please see the Club website under Waterfront for official rules and details. Plan to come up for a great lunch and stay to cheer for the competitors. A great BBQ Buffet will follow! We, as a Board, are always working to make your Club better and we always appreciate your ideas or suggestions for any further improvements you would like to see. Rock On!! Dude Braselton, Commodore EGYC ART SHOW Get ready for the EGYC Art Show coming this fall! Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 22nd, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. The Art Show will be held in the Commodore and Trophy Rooms... If you would like to participate, please contact Chairwoman, Governor Carey Gleason at or call the Club at In Memoriam Helga Ruth Lamb Dorothea Gatti A la Carte Dining Reservations Please go on-line to make reservations for a la carte dining to accommodate you with outstanding service. Friday nights are extremely busy Club and we will continue to try and accommodate all walk-ins. Members who make reservations will be accommodated first. We ask that you make your reservation for the time you will sit down and order. Please allow for ample time for cocktails beforehand when deciding on your reservation time. Club Function Cancellation Policy To cancel a reservation; please call the Club at least 72 hours before any special event or Club function to avoid being charged in full for the event. We appreciate your adherence to this policy so that we may budget and plan appropriately. Spray September 2017 MLS $1,699, Bellwind Cir, Rockledge, FL Live Lavishly! Spectacular Luxury Estate In Viera s Exclusive Gated Community Of Summer Lakes! Barbara Wall Broker Associate BHHS - Florida Realty Direct: (321) Opulence Awaits In This Fabulous Property. Almost 1 Acre! 5 Master Suites (His/Her EnSuite Areas), 7 Full Baths, 3 Half Baths, Formal Living, Dining & Family Rooms. Theatre & Office. Flex Space: Possible Man Cave, Business Area, Or In-Law Suite With Kitchen! Gourmet Chef s Kitchens With Designer Wood Cabinets, Granite Countertops & High End Stainless Steel Appliances (Wolf/SubZero In Main Kitchen)! 2 Laundry Rooms. Exquisite Appointments Throughout! Highest Quality of Craftsmanship & Detail! Magnificent Large Crystal Chandeliers & Extravagant Designer Lighting! Resort Style 4,600 Sq Ft Covered Lanai/Pool(26X36)/Spa Area! 5 Car Garage - Just Refinished & 5,200 Sq Ft Circular Drive (6 Car Parking) Perfect For Entertaining!

3 Upcoming Club Events... Greetings Dear Members & Guests, As the summer winds down, I'd like to bring your attention to some of the activities that have taken place Club. Robert Crissman General Manager First and foremost, our Summer Youth Program came to life in early June! Much credit for the success and growth goes to our SYP Director, Chris Rower. Chris brought her past EGYC experience and teaching experience to the program, and really elevated the quality. Kids and parents alike enjoyed the programing so much that during the final weeks, we had over 50 participants! Chris has agreed to return next year for even more fun! In the meantime we will be working on some other youth offerings for the balance of the year. Stay tuned! Wine & Dine Around Wednesday, September 20th 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Join us for a Dine Around and Wine Pairing... Sample a variety of Chef Levent's signature dishes while enjoying special selections of wine. Make your reservations early! Afternoon Tea Friday September 29th 3:00 pm 5:00 pm $22.95 Get your hats out again ladies, it s time for another Afternoon Tea. Finger sandwiches, tea cakes and scones with clotted cream and jams. We have champagne as well if you want to make it a Royal Tea. (Limit 80 people) 45++ Lobster Night Join us for Lobster Night the 2nd Wednesday of every month! New! Starting in September, your choice of 1.25lb, 2 lbs or 3 lbs of delicious, mouthwatering, Steamed Cold Water Maine Lobster... Make your reservation early! Must order lobster 48 hours in advance. The Strictly Sailing Program was also a huge success. Special thanks to Phil Spletter who is really the one spearheading the rebirth of Junior Sailing in Brevard County. His leadership of the EGYC Program has become a "feeder" and vice versa, for the recently formed Space Coast Sailing Education Foundation. Supporting and assisting Phil were, Capt. Kenny, who runs "all things water", as well as member volunteers, Chris Mohrman and Jon Williams. For Mr. Williams, "volunteer" is an understatment. His dedication to the program includes, being here and on the water every day, donating a dinghy for on the water support, serving on the Board of the SCSEF, and, all the while serving as Rear Commodore of the FCYC. Wow! With all of our programing, it is truly important to focus on our youth, our future. New menus in both the and have been rolled out and mostly well received. We know you may have personal desires and or dietary restrictions Just let us know! With little exception, if we have the ingredients, we can make it for you! And as far as dietery needs go, also be sure to let us know. Chef Levent, Leigh, Elysee and Jonathon, along with the rest of the team, are here to serve!! Looking foward to a cool fall and football!! Bob Robert P. Crissman, CCM General Manager, COO (Lobsters are sold at market price and will be posted on the Mainsail.) Spray September 2017

4 Shoreline Scrawls Leigh Hinton, Food & Beverage Join us for every Saturday $2 Domestic Drafts $3 Import Drafts Fabulous Food Specials Games!! All aboard for cardboard! 6th annual cardboard boat race monday, september 4th Mark your calendar and start planning your boat! There will be both pre-built and last minute built categories for adults and juniors. Complete rules, building tip ideas and registration forms are available front desk and on-line. Any questions, ideas or comments, please feel free to call Harbormaster Kenny Kooyenga at or Pre-built Boats on Display at 1:00 pm Last Minute Boat Building 12:30 pm -3:30 pm / Race at 4:00 pm. Labor Day celebration Buffet following the race! 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm inside the and on the poolside deck. MENU Smoked Texas Style Brisket, Grilled Mahi, Grilled Skirt Steak, Jumbo Hot Dogs, Burger, Chicken Breast, Fried Chicken, Macaroni and Cheese, BBQ Ribs, Baked Potato Bar, Vegetable Medley, Bourbon Baked Beans, Salad Bar with assortment of toppings, dressings, composed salads, and dessert bar. Adults $ / Children $ Reservations Required The will close food service at 4:00 pm Bar service will remain open until 8:00 pm 15% OFF For Yacht Club Members! Come discover the largest selection of battery-operated vehicles in one location. Plus, enjoy free test-rides and 15% OFF our already low factory-direct pricing! Hoverboards People Movers E-Bikes Scooters Skateboards Unicycles Mini-Bikes WE RE OPEN WEEKENDS TOO! 1097 S. Patrick Dr. Satellite Beach, FL Note: 15% discount for all members in good standing, must show membership card to be eligible. Offer expires on October 31, 2017, may not be combined with any other discounts or special sale items. (321) electricfunrides.com Spray September 2017 Stay-at-home mom? You need to consider Allstate life insurance. I can help you protect your family at an affordable price. To replace all you do to keep up your household, it could cost around $138,000* a year. I can help you take care of your family even if something happens to you. Call me today. Deborah Rufo N. Wickham Rd., Ste. 2 Melbourne *Source: Salary.com, Mom Deserves a Raise in 2007, May 2, Life insurance offered through Allstate Life Ins. Co. & Allstate Assurance Co. Northbrook, IL; Lincoln Benefit Life Co., Lincoln, NE; and American Heritage Life Insurance Co., Jacksonville, FL. Securities offered by Personal Financial Representatives through Allstate Financial Services, LLC (LSA Securities in LA and PA). Registered Broker-Dealer. Member FINRA, SIPC. Main Office: 2920 South 84th Street, Lincoln, NE (877) Allstate Insurance Co Coming up this month we will be rolling out our new and expanded Happy Hour menu. Currently we offer drinks between 5pm and 6:30pm, Tuesday to Thursday. As of the first Tuesday in September, we re Leigh Hinton going to be extending Food & Beverage Director the hours and changing the offering. Happy Hour will run from 3pm until 6:30pm, Tuesday to Thursday, and 3pm until 5pm on Fridays. There will be no more 2-4-1, but in its place, will be a new menu of drinks. The menu will include $2 domestic drafts, $3 well drinks, $4 house wines and $5 select premium wines. In addition to Happy Hour drinks, we will have Happy Hour food too. Half priced appetizers will be served between 4pm and 5:30pm Tuesday to Thursday, and Friday 4pm to 5pm. So please come join us and let us know what you think of the new EGYC Happy Hour. Club Dining & Events

5 What s Cooking? September 7th (5th Club Close/6th Boaters' Night) Pan Roasted Cod "Clam Chowder" Old Bay fingerling potatoes, Applewood smoked bacon, littleneck clams Classic Meatloaf mashed potatoes, green beans, mushroom sauce September 12th, 13th, 14th Stuffed Chicken Breast Florentine spinach, goat cheese, mashed potatoes, sundried tomatoes cream Mussels fra diavolo PEI mussels, linguini, lightly spiced tomato sauce September 19th, 20th, 21st Seafood Cioppino clams, shrimp, fresh catch, tomato-herb broth and grilled ciabatta Classic Chicken Pot Pie roasted chicken and vegetables in a fluffy puff pastry September 6th Boaters' Night / Evening Colors 6:00 pm Featured Menu September 13th Lobster Night: 1.25, 2 or 3 lbs Steamed Cold Water Maine Lobster - Market Price Lobsters must be ordered in advance. Wednesday Night Features September 26th, 27th, 28th Pan Seared Corvina Mojito macadamia nuts, mint, lime, coconut rice, chayote squash salsa Sweet Tea Brined Chicken panzanella salad, heirloom tomatoes, natural pan sauce All meals are served with your choice of a House Salad or Caesar Salad. Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm $ No Substitutions Please - Reservations Suggested! September 20th Slow Roasted Prime Rib of Beef with Au Jus, $ September 27th 1 Pound Steamed Snow Crab Leg Clusters $22++ From the Kitchen As the new Executive Chef Eau Gallie Yacht Club, I would like to thank the membership for the warm welcome I received. My first month flew by. The first couple of weeks were mostly observation Chef Levent Yurdatap Executive Chef and familiarizing myself with the staff and surroundings. The second week was working on a new dinner menu. We rolled out our new dinner menu with our first dinner after the maintenance closing. I am planning to adjust the menu on a monthly basis with the local produce growth season. Also, soon we will be working on revamping the lunch buffet, speeding up service time for a la carte orders, along with the other changes I am planning on. Looking forward to a great season!! Levent Yurdatap, Executive Chef Wines of the Month Pedroncelli Sauvignon Blanc Aromatic with citrusy and grassy aromas, very varietally correct. The fresh flavors are layered with Meyer lemon, peach, and apple highlighted by a minerality and crisp taste. $9.00 6oz, $ oz, $32.00 btl Groom Zinfandel This first release is a solid wine displaying very typical zinfandel hallmarks. Brick red in colour, a very spicy, raisiny aroma and a rich medium weighted palate with some apparent sweetness, although the wine is dry. $ oz, $ oz, $60.00 btl Spray September 2017

6 Kid's Corner Harbor Happenings EGYC Youth Fishing Tournament Kids' Craft & Movie Night July 29, 2017 Friday, September 8 & 22 6:00 pm 9:00 pm Bring your child to do a craft and watch a movie while you dine Club. We will serve Chicken Fingers or a Hot Dog with French Fries, Chocolate Chip Cookies and Lemonade. Children must be bathroom independent. $ Children's Halloween Party Sunday, October 29th 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm D.J. Timmy Vee will entertain the kids and adults alike! Join us for a Fun Spooktacular Time! 2017 Winning Youth Anglers Winner overall Landyn Mitz, biggest fish 17 inch sheepshead with girth and most total fish First place female angler Miss Chandler Braid, and the third place winner was Ethan Linder! An amazing fun filled time was had by all! Buffet $15.95 Kids & Parents Licensed Bonded Captain Paul Frommann II Professional Yacht Broker/Owner Serving FCYC Members since 2009 Spray September 2017

7 Tennis Tibbits Courtside News Thank you to the members, management and staff of EGYC for allowing me the opportunity to step in and make a difference during their directorship gap. Space Coast Tennis League Boot Camp Congratulations and special recognition to our newest two tennis members Susan Extein and Lisa Mohrman who both came to Boot Camp ALL 4 Days! Junior Tennis The tennis portion of the Summer Youth Camp was so popular that we decided to kick start a new format Junior Tennis Program! The schedule should start in Mid-September. Please call or come by the pro shop for more details: EGYC Land Yachters RV Club The EGYC Land Yachters RV Club's latest adventure! The group went to Tropical Palms Resort in Kissimmie. Our next and last trip of the year will be to LION COUNTRY SAFARI! We have 9 sites on hold for December 28-January 1. The cost is $275 + tax, 13%, and it includes 4 people in the RV and 4 two day passes to the park!! Additional people in RV are $10 pp +tax and admission to park. Another RV trip to St. Augustine Beach KOA has already been planned for February 22-25, For more information regarding the St. Augustine trip please Rick Lewis at For more RV Land Yachters Club information, please Lorraine Totty at Bottom Row: Tim Nunno, Paul Dupre, Paul Osman, Standing: Beth Fromman and Terri Johnson, Middle Row: Kristi Dupre and Jodi Nunno, Top: Robin Panicola Nancy Taylor Broker Associate Direct: (321) Highway A1A Indian Harbour Bch, FL Lakefront pool home in the Cloisters in Indialantic! Over 3080 sq.ft of living..34 Acre lot with 3 car garage. Formal Living with soaring ceiling and fireplace. Island kitchen with breakfast nook and 2 sided fireplace that leads to family room. Family room has slider to super pool area that includes large Cabana with Summer kitchen and half bath. Expansive Master suite w/balcony, sitting area and his/her super walk in closets! $624,900 MLS Erica Cossairt During the weeks of the Club closing we were able to construct new fences on the east/west and north sides of courts 1-4 and the east/east west of courts 5 and 6. New clay was added on all the courts, and both courts and lines were rolled for even play. There was some rearrangement of the new equipment in the fitness center and some remerchandising in the tennis shop. We are still working on cleaning and putting things back together. Thank you to the players for your patience. The SCTL kick-off Boot Camp was a huge success! With 74 participants in 4 days, the courts turned into a training field as the players worked through some very demanding exercises. Thanks goes to special guest and former EGYC tennis employee Stan Oley, who is now the owner of Stan Oley Tennis and the product marketing specialist for Playmate Ball Machines. Stan brought his demo igenie ball machine and put the players through some rigorous drills. The machine can be programmed on an iphone and is a great resource for training and teaching purposes (and you don t need a partner!) I am grateful to have met so many nice members at Eau Gallie Yacth Club. I look forward to meeting more of you either on or off the court. Thank you again for the opportunity to serve (and volley!) Erica Cossairt, Tennis & Fitness Director Luxurious Custom Estate Home on Indian River NEW CONSTRUCTION 510 N. Riverside Dr Indialantic, FL Offered at $2,300,000 Pam Vanderveer Broker / Owner Spray September 2017

8 September 2017 Calendar SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 J&R Entertainment Labor Day Kids' Craft Club Closed Boater's Night & Movie Night Cardboard 6 pm - 9 pm due to the Labor Evening Colors Boat Race Day Holiday 6:00 pm CJ Nopper & Buffet Featured Menu Entertainment No regular a la carte London Ink this evening 3:00-8:00 pm Men's Tennis 6 pm Mixed Doubles Social Tennis 5:30-8:00 pm SUNSET CRUISE Club Closed Captains' Table Women's Council Happy Hour 5 o'clockish Party Bridge 7:00 pm Club Closed Captains Table Captains Table Lobster Night Prime Rib Night Wine & Dine Around 6:30 pm Steamed Snow Crab Leg Clusters Ladies Bridge 9:00 am Women's Council BOOK CLUB 5:30PM Men's Tennis 6 pm Ladies Bridge 9:00 am Men's Tennis 6 pm Ladies Bridge 9:00 am Dance Club 6:30-7:30 Men's Tennis 6 pm Land & Sea Fashion Trunk Show 11;30 am - 1:00 pm Harry Merlet Mixed Doubles Social Tennis 5:30-8:00 pm Open House 6:15pm Kids' Craft & Movie Night 6 pm - 9 pm Lonnie & Delinda Harbor City Back Beat Band 7:00-10pm Mixed Doubles Social Tennis 5:30-8:00 pm Afternoon Tea 3pm - 5pm Pearl Joy & Howard Mixed Doubles Social Tennis 5:30-8:00 pm Shrimp & Suds 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm No regular a la carte service Join us for Happy Hour every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Reservations Suggested for all a la Carte Dining and Required for all Club Functions & Events hr Cancellation Policy applies to all Club Functions. Phone: Fax: Food Service / Dining Room Hours Luncheon: Tues. - Fri :30 am - 2:00 pm Dinner Tues. - Thurs...6:00 pm - 9:30 pm Fri. - Sat :00 pm - 10:00 pm... Bar Service / Lounge Hours Tues. - Thurs... 11:00 am - 11:00 pm Friday :00 am - 12:00 am Saturday... 5:00 pm - 12:00 am Sunday... Food Service / Hours Thurs...11:00 am - 3:00 pm Friday...11:00 am - 10:00 pm Saturday...11:00 am - 9:00 pm... Sunday...11:00 am - 9:00 pm Cancellation Policy: Reservations are required for all major club functions and events. No Shows will be charged in full for events.72 hour cancellation for club events unless noted.

9 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Erick Esteves 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm Children's Halloween Party 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Club Closed Club Closed Club Closed October 2017 Calendar 30 Captains Table Party Bridge 7:00 pm Captains Table Captains Table Party Bridge 7:00 pm Captains' Table 31 Captains Table Boater's Night Evening Colors 6:00 pm Featured Menu Lobster Night Prime Rib Night Wine Club Steamed Snow Crab Leg Clusters Ladies Bridge 9:00 am Women's Council BOOK CLUB 5:30PM Men's Tennis 6 pm Ladies Bridge 9:00 am Men's Tennis 6 pm Ladies Bridge 9:00 am Dance Club 6:30-7:30 Men's Tennis 6 pm Join us for Happy Hour every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Shopping Trip to Mall at Millenia J&R Entertainment Kids' Craft & Movie Night 6 pm - 9 pm CJ Nopper Mixed Doubles Social Tennis 5:30-8:00 pm Harry Merlet Mixed Doubles Social Tennis 5:30-8:00 pm Kids' Craft & Movie Night 6 pm - 9 pm Pearl Joy & Howard Mixed Doubles Social Tennis 5:30-8:00 pm Reservations Suggested for all a la Carte Dining and Required for all Club Functions & Events hr Cancellation Policy applies to all Club Functions. Phone: Fax: Food Service / Dining Room Hours Bar Service / Lounge Hours Food Service / Hours Luncheon: Food Tues. Service - Fri.... / Dining 11:30 Room am - Hours 2:00 pm Bar Service / Lounge Hours Food Service / Hours Dinner: Luncheon: Tues Tues. - Thurs...11:00 am - 11:00 pm Tues. - - Fri. Thurs :00 11:30 pm am - - 9:30 2:00 pm pm Thurs...11:30 am - 3:00 pm Tues - Thurs...11:00 am - 11:00 pm Thurs...11:00 am - 3:00 pm Dinner: Tues Friday :00 am - 12:00 pm Friday...5:00 pm - 10:00 pm Fri. - Thurs...6:00 - Sat....6:00 pm pm - 10:00-9:30 pm pm Friday :00 am - 12:00 am Friday...5:00 pm - 10:00 pm Saturday... 5:00 pm - 12:00 am Saturday :30 am - 9:00 pm Sunday Fri - Sat...6:00 Brunch... 11:00 pm am - 10:00 2:00 pm pm Saturday... 5:00 pm - 12:00 am Saturday...11:00 am - 9:00 pm... Sunday... 11:00 am 2:00 pm Sunday :00 pm 8:00 pm Sunday... Sunday :00 am - 9:00 pm Cancellation Policy: Reservations are required for all major club functions and events. No Shows will be charged in full for events.72 hour cancellation for club events unless noted.

10 Member Spotlight Membership Scrapbook Camilla Carvalho Camilla Carvalho, daughter of members Dr. Marco & Mrs. Silvia Carvalho, plays the upright bass for several local youth orchestras. This summer, Camilla toured Europe and participated in the Summa Cum Laude International Youth Music Festival in Vienna, Austria, with the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra. There were 37 participating ensembles from 14 countries in the music festival. The European tour included sightseeing, visits to several museums, palaces, and Mozart s house, as well as master classes University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, the largest institution of its kind in Austria and one of the largest in the world. The tour included eight concerts, multiple rehearsals, and master classes. Concerts were performed in great halls such as the Mozarteum Great Hall in Salzburg, Austria; Musikverein, Muth Konzertsaal, Pöttsching Maierhof, Pfarrkirche Fels am Wagram, Wiener Konzerthaus in Vienna, Austria; Rudolfinum Concert Hall in Prague, Czech Republic; and Sophiesaal in Munich. The concert repertoires included Pyotr Tchaikovsky Symphony no. 5 (complete), Ludwig Van Beethoven's Coriolan Overture, Nancy Bloomer Deussen's American Hymn and Béla Bartók's Hungarian Sketches. To make the Carvalho family and the EGYC even prouder, the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra received 2nd place with outstanding achievement and performed Gala Concert in the Wiener Konzerthaus in Vienna, Austria. This fall Camilla will be a high school junior at Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan. Camilla will continue to be seen at EGYC, where she enjoys paddle boarding with friends, and cruising with her family on their boat, Bandit, when she returns home to visit during summer and holidays. Congratulations to Camilla Carvalho for her extraordinary achievements. Continued success is wished for her! Spray September

11 Membership News WELCOME ABOARD Jason C. and Denise D. Stanley Sponsors: Cary Lipman & Katie Fredericks Nathan Hammond & Yvonne Schopke Quality homebuilder owners Jason and Denise of Stanley Homes, Stanley Realty and Stanley Commercial have been well known in our area for over ten years. They stay on-the-go with work and youth sport activities of their children 20 yr. old daughter Bree, 18 yr. old Gia Monique, and son Logan, 16, who plays on a beachside soccer team. Travel, fine dining, tennis, hunting and fishing on their 45- foot Silverton boat, Bite Me Fishing keep the family near the water and with friends. We think the Stanley s construction skills will be useful in building a cardboard boat for our Labor Day Races here! Sylvia Toni Nunno Sponsors:.Tim & Jodi Nunno Past Commodore Ben & Carolyn Saxon Legacy members are tremendously special because we welcome another generation aboard! Sylvia, best known as Toni, has enjoyed many yacht and country clubs with her late husband, Commander Thomas Nunno. She now celebrates and plays here with her grandchildren, daughter-in-law, Jodi and son Tim, as well as other Club family members, like the Saxon s. She enjoys wine tasting / cuisine events, playing bridge, and travel cruises. Toni is an engaging conversationalist, loves entertaining and excited to be part of events for the ladies and the entire social scene here. At other clubs, Toni assisted entertainment committees and was a Ladies Day Chairwoman. We are excited to welcome Toni on-board with her bright smile and friendly participation! Thomas S. & Lisa M. Guy Sponsors:.Mary Baldwin & Steve Arnold Giles Rainwater, Ph.D. A spring Trial as a jump-start to Resident membership recently brought us the Guy family, following a well-earned retirement. Working previously at Harris Corporation and residing here for over thirty years, Tom and Lisa, then moved north to Andover, Massachusetts, and are now back here. They love skiing, adventurous traveling along with cycling, fishing, golf and tennis. They are continuing their athletic pursuits here in Florida, socializing Club along with boating and tennis. Their sponsors shared with us that Tom plays tennis well, is an enjoyable tennis partner and challenging opponent! We welcome them home to our community and Club! Membership Manifest Membership continues to grow at EGYC with vibrant young families, established professionals and retired new members. We ve welcomed more than 34 new members thus far in 2017 and anticipate more over the next half of the year. While our growth is good, we also lose members time to time, and can always use your help and referrals to keep us on the upside. A great way to start here at EGYC, is a two year Associate, Resident or Non-Resident membership! With warm summer afternoons and evenings, it continues to be a perfect time to invite and host future EGYC members for an enjoyable time around the pool and Club waterfront. For a great day Eau Gallie Yacht Club, bring your neighbors or business associates to attend either a casual lunch Harbor Grill, Friday cocktails, or! Soon, we will welcome prospective members for a special Sunset Cruise, Friday, September 22nd! Wonderful EGYC boat owners host our guests with a cruise out to the river to see the Club from the water and then join us Terrace and Dragon Point Bar! If you would like to participate as a boat host or get acquainted with our guests, please make a reservation to join us! Guest names and RSVP's are required. At your service, Micah H. Simpson, Membership Director Micah Simpson Membership Seeking Boat Hosts & Guests to Invite for Friday, September 22nd Call Micah Simpson at (321) ext. 12 STAPLE HERE SUNSET HARBOR EGYC CRUISE Micah Simpson ext:12 INSERT FIRST CLASS TICKET FROM Eau Gallie Yacht Club TO Sunset Harbor EGYC Cruise PASSENGERS NAME Future EGYC Member BOARDING PASS DE LUXE SUITE #2017 DEPARTURE DATE SHIP S NAME Friday, September 22, 2017 EGYC Bon Voyage Party Cruise Land to Water Sunset Cruise Reception Check in 6:15 pm Cruise Departure 6:30 pm Bon Voyage! I SPY! Somewhere hidden in this Newsletter is a member number. If you find it and it s yours, you ll be treated to a lunch for two Club! Just call Deanna Delgado at ext:10 before the end of the month to claim your prize! Spray September 2017

12 Banquets Book Your Holiday Party at EGYC Have you planned your Holiday Party yet? Turn your Hot! Hot! Hot! Into Ho! Ho! Ho! Banquet space is quickly filling in. Don t be left out in the cold! Give me a jingle, Cindy Sutherland, Catering Director, extension: 14 to book your Holiday Celebration today! As a reminder, all dinner reservations for parties of 12 or more must be coordinated through the Catering Department. Boats for Sale Brand new ft. offshore Yellowfin 4 hours of sea trial time $264,000 - Call Richard Greer (434) Call us at Immunization & Wellness Care Boarding & Grooming visit us at SouthPatrickAnimalHospital.com Dental Care Micro Chipping Fully Stocked Pharmacy Emergency & Critical Care 1761 South Patrick Drive Indian Harbour Beach Spray September 2017 On the Waterfront Fourth of July at Cocoa Village Marina! Two of Eau Gallie Yacht Club s newest members, Dr. Tony and Mrs. Nancy Adams, were among the Eau Gallie Yacht Club s member cruise to Cocoa Village Marina July 2nd 5th. Also attending were Bruce and Carol Hess, Jon and Edy Williams, Dentis and Jean McDaniel, Bob and Bunny Adams, Joy and Dr. Harvey Inventasch, Chuck Kuhlman, Joey and Pam Sowell with granddaughters Emma-Caroline and Sophie Avery. Members enjoyed a pot luck and trivia contest on the afternoon of the 4th and an awesome fireworks display presented by the City of Cocoa later in the evening. During the pot luck, a contest orchestrated by Emma-Caroline and Sophie Avery, presented Fun Facts about the Fourth of July and trivia questions about our Nation s founding. Carol Hess won the trivia contest and was presented with the grand prize. Many thanks to the staff of Cocoa Village Marina for their awesome service and support of what has become a wellattended EGYC event. Pictured are, back row, Chuck Kuhlman, Joey Sowell, Pam Sowell, Jon Williams, Edy Williams, EmmaCaroline Avery, Dentis McDaniel, Bob Adams. Middle Row, Dr. Harvey Inventasch, Joy Inventasch, Carol Hess, Bunny Adams, Bruce Hess. Front row, Jean McDaniel and Sophie Avery. Carol Hess sporting the Trivia Contest Grand Prize Edy Williams carved our pot luck center piece filled with a delicious fruit salad.

13 FLORIDA Council of Yacht Clubs From the Director Roger Wernow The 2017 F.C.YC. East & West Coast Rendezvous October 6-8, 2017 Lake Beresford Yacht Club (LBYC) See you around the Club! Roger Wernow, FCYC Director It s party time at Lake Beresford Yacht Club! Come, October 6-8, for the friends, stay for the fun! Here is a peek festivities: Thursday, Oct 5 Dinner, Ala Carte RSVP Friday, Oct 6 Lunch by RSVP (if 20 or more RSVP) 6-7 PM Happy Hour ** 7 PM Dinner, Ala Carte Saturday, Oct 7 11:30-1 Lunch *** Ala Carte (RSVP) 2-4 Let the Games Begin! *** PLAY or cheer on your favorite players/ or Yacht Club team(s). Bocce Ball Corn Hole Left, Right, Center ($ game, bring dollars) Fishing (freshwater) Catch & Release or take home 6-7 Happy Hour ** 7-9 Octoberfest Buffet $20/pp++ Sunday, Oct 8 Breakfast, Ala Carte **** ** Yacht Club Casual *** Casual **** Summer Casual Lots of fun things to do: LBYC Pool, screened in with walk up pool bar. Boat ramp & slips available! BYOB (bring your own boat!) SHOPPING in beautiful downtown DeLand. See what makes America s Main Street Contest Winner (see mainstreet deland.org) so very special. Enjoy browsing shops and galleries. You won't be disappointed! Accommodations One, if by Land: Hontoon Landing Resort & Marina 2317 River Ridge Road, Deland River front rooms from $ miles from Club DeLand Country Inn B&B 228 W Howry Ave, DeLand Rooms from $ miles from Club Artisan Downtown B&B 215 S Woodland Blvd, DeLand Rooms from $ miles from Club Lake Beresford Yacht Club, 1961 Hontoon Road, Deland, FL Evening Colors / Boaters' Night Hampton Inn & Suites 20 Summit Oak Pl, DeLand Rooms from $160 6 miles from Club The Alling House B&B 215 E French Ave, Orange City Rooms from $ miles from club Heritage Inn B&B 300 S Volusia Ave, Orange City Rooms from $55 for 2 nd floor, $65 for 1 st floor. 10 miles from Club For RVers - St. John s Marina and Resort (KOA), 2999 SR 44 West, DeLand, , Basin Sites $36, Super Pull Thru $45. These are sunny sites. Only F18-42 have shade. 3.4 miles from Club Two, if by Sea: Come by boat!! Bring your own boat or rent a spacious House Boat from Holly Bluff Marina! It s your floating hotel! Bring friends the boats sleep 4, 6, or 8! Just for the Rendezvous, we get complimentary delivery to LBYC!! See for floorplans and rates Wednesday, September 6, 2017 Evening Colors ceremony at 6:00pm Yard Arm. Enjoy a Deluxe Soup and Salad Bar while ordering from a featured menu for the event. Menu Service from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. Sample Menu Soup Station and Deluxe Salad Bar with Assortment of Rolls 12 EGYC Fried Haddock Fillets in Tempura Batter, Crisp French Fries, Remoulade, Coleslaw 14 Sugar-Bacon wrapped Meatloaf with Thyme Gravy and Buttery Mashed Potatoes 14 Linguini Carbonara with Peas, Pancetta and Egg Yolk 16 Stuffed Chicken Breast Andouille Sausage, Thyme and Bell Peppers 17 Asian Inspired Flat Iron Steak served with a Ginger Chow Chow 19 Salmon Coulibiac, Egg, Puff Pastry 16 Roasted Pork Loin stuffed with Goat Cheese, Spinach and Sun Dried Tomatoes 16 Waterfront Report Kenny Kooyenga Harbormaster "It s always better in September, which has nothing to do with the fact that it s your Harbormaster"s birthday month. "The month of September is always a joyful month where we return to a more structured schedule while hopefully retreating from the 100 degree Dog Days of Summer. The weather should remain beautiful, the ocean waters warm and the pace of summer chaos seems to fade with each passing day. For those still fortunate to have flexible schedules and a few days off here and there, remember that our waterfront activities remain available at a moment s notice. With the passing of Labor Day and our ever-entertaining Cardboard Boat Race, the Lifeguard schedule will be placed on the sidelines until further notice. This is a reminder to all that when visiting the Club during September, October and November, you will need to keep a personal eye on your children while continuing to enjoy your EGYC pool facilities. No Lifeguard will be on the stand as we move forward into our fall schedule. As related to our docks, our occupancy has reached a solid 94%, which has created multiple waiting lists for vessels in the 40 to 46 plus range as well as our ongoing wait list for vessels in the 50 plus range on our B dock facilities. Should any of our members be considering a vessel in the 32 to 38 ft range the time is now as the two or creatively three slips remaining are within this category. Please note that our dock layout is constantly evolving as slips are leased maximizing the Harbor Utilization policy, per our EGYC bylaws. So, should a request be made to shift your vessel from one location to another, it should not be taken personally, it is simply good harbor management for all. Looking forward with much anticipation to all the special events that revolve around the waterfront facilities throughout the fall season here at your Club. All the best: Capt. Kenny, Harbormaster Spray September 2017

14 Bridge Banter ALL ARE WELCOME! For Partners Call: Marlowe Baranowski BRIDGE SCORES July 13, st Donna Beckwith/Guest 2nd Irma Dubowsky/Jo Pridmore 3rd Jean Frischman/Guest July 20, st Donna Beckwith/Guest 2nd Jo Ellen Askeland/Pat Bonn July 27, st Irma Dubowsky/Mary Hammond 2ndJo Pridmore/Evelyn Martin 3rd Barbara Unger/Guest PARTY BRIDGE SCORES July 18,2017 1st Jean Cacciatore & Ann Downey 2nd Jo Ellen Askeland & Pat Bonn 3rd Donna Beckwith and Guest All are welcome on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 pm. For partners or more information call Donna Beckwith Mildred Hilliard enjoyed her 99th birthday with friends here Club last month. Mrs. Hilliard plays bridge on Thursdays and has been an EGYC member since Happy Birthday! Captains' Table Join us for Captains' Table The Captains' Table is an informal men s group that meets for lunch to explore and discuss issues that affect people today. Expert speakers present an eclectic variety of topics of current interest and the meeting provides great fellowship for all members. For more information, please contact Roger Teurfs at Every Tuesday - Commodore Room 11:30 am - Happy Hour - 12:00 pm Lunch of Choice Commanding Captain: Roger Teurfs Executive Officer: Edward Baranowski Purser: Jim Mallon Yeoman: Brian Kilpatrick, PhD Chaplain, Ralph Bliss Captains' Table Speakers Sep 05 (Club Closed) Sep 12 CWO Dan McIntyre (ret) - USCG Status Report Sep 19 Prof Scott Tilley The FIT CTS Project Sep 26 Stu Glass - Honor Flight Update (WW II & Korean Vets) Speaker 7/18/2017: Dwight Bell, Wing of Grace Ministries Inc. Mr. Bell talked about his Ministry called the Wings of Grace. Their mission is to reach out to troubled teens to help improve their decision-making skills through the teaching of aviation skills and science. Wings of Grace has three areas in its organization: Aviation, Housing, and Music. They use aeronautical decision making to teach "Pilot in Command" concepts such as total authority and total responsibility. They also use accident investigation principles to analyze poor and good judgement and apply these skills to real life situations. The Ministry also has acquired about 25 houses thy rent to raise money. The Teens work to help maintain these properties as a way to pay for flight school. Mr. Bell s wife is also involved in the ministry. She has a degree in music education and teaches piano, vocal, and songwriting to the Teens. Speaker 7/25/2017: Ed Baranowski, Selective Service Board Member, EGYC Member Ed gave a very interesting talk about the selective service. The Selective Board was established in 1940 and lasted until 1973 when the allvolunteer armed forces act was passed. In 1975 President Ford suspended Registration. In 1980 President Carter reenacted Registration with President Bush reinstituting the Selective Service Board in Currently everyone 18 to 25 yrs. old must register with the Selective Service. Forms are available in the Post Office. The last people to be inducted was in Ed spoke also about National Service Programs. such as the Work Progress Administration and the Civil Conservation created as part of the New Deal in 1934 and includes the National Service programs such as the Peace Corp, America Corp, and the Forestry Service. Belize Fishing Trip Once again Harold Roberts (Captain Hook) usually organizes fishing expeditions annually to enjoy with fellow Captains Table members. This year we headed south for a 5-day fishing trip in Belize for Bonefish, Tarpon, and Snook. We stayed Belize River Lodge and accommodations were nice and we had amazing home cooked food served family style everyday! Regretablly, the weather was windy, overcast and the fishing was slow, particularly for the Bonefish. However, everyone enjoyed our fishing experiences and new friendships. We look forward to more fishing expeditions in the future! Contract Bridge with Chicago Scoring All Players Welcome Wednesday afternoon from 1:15 pm to about 4:30 pm Please contact Murray Boggs at or Try it - you will like it. Duplicate Bridge Anyone? Men's & Women s Duplicate Bridge We have a small group that has started a duplicate game on Thursday afternoons from 1:15 pm to about 4:30 pm. Please contact Barbara Armstrong at or by Tuesday Noon of that week. EVERYONE WELCOME! Spray September 2017 Mark's Permit Harold s Snook Don s Tarpon Left to right: Lee Leonhardt, Ralph Bliss, Harold Roberts, Brian Kilpatrick, Mark Kilpatrick, Mike Holmes, Carl Miller, Bill Childress, and Jack Blasy. (Not in photograph: Don Thomas) The big one got away! Brian s first Bonefish Mike s Barracuda

15 Women's Council Chatter Council Chat Well, now that school is back in session, all the women of Eau Gallie Yacht Club can start preparing for our own season of fun to begin. Coming up soon, on Lisa Lewis Friday September 15th Women's Council Chairwoman we will be hosting our Land and Sea Fashion show at 11:30 am with a champagne toast! This will be an event that you do not want to miss. Be sure to bring your credit cards, check books or good old fashion cash, because we will be having some great fashions available for you to take home with you. Sailor Sailor, Scout and Molly, Tail Active ware, will all be here with their latest and greatest fashions for the fall season. SEPT 15 EGYC WOMEN S COUNCIL PRESENTS If you just can t clear your calendars for September, then you may want to schedule Friday, October 6th for our shopping trip to the Mall at Millenia in Orlando. This year we depart from the Club at 8am and have a continental breakfast on the bus along with Mimosa s. Council Member, JoAnne Infurna, has been busy working on a great day of fashion and special promotions for the women of Eau Gallie Yacht Club. If you missed the trip last year you certainly want to get your seat now. There will be plenty of time for lunch and shopping the many interesting upscale stores. The ride back will be the time to wind down with some wine and cheese refreshments, and see what your friends have purchased. Land & Sea Fashion Trunk Show 11:30-1:00pm Champagne Luncheon featuring clothing from Lululemon, Sailor-Sailor, Scout & Molly and Tail activewear $35++, MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS TODAY EGYC Book Club Sponsored by the EGYC Women's Council Thursday, September 14-5:30 pm The EGYC Book Club is open to all members (not just the ladies!) Please join us for wine, cheese, and a conversation about "The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood Set in a near-future New England, in a totalitarian theocracy that has overthrown the United States government, the novel explores themes of women in subjugation and the various means by which they gain individualism and independence. There is no charge for this event as it is during the regular EGYC happy hour. Cocktails by signature... Please call to let us know your will be attending. We will get back into our Book Club on September 14th with A Handmaid s Tale by Margaret Atwood. You still have time to read the book, but if not, join us anyways and meet some new friends. Our 5 O clockish Happy Hour also returns on Tuesday September 19th. There is always a barstool available for anyone interested in meeting up and enjoying some lively conversations. Looking forward to seeing everyone at an event soon! Lisa Lewis Download My Real Estate App! app.sorensenrealestate.com/dsrejinfurna Tap into the strongest network of skilled talent - Call Spherion today! Marj Bartok, Owner Search Homes for Sale Find Open Houses Contact Me Quickly Jo Anne Infurna, REALTOR CIPS, TRC, CSP, WCR, G-Certified Spray September 2017

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