Every Tuesday evening during the boating season, we take our sailboats and powerboats out on the water for an hour or so and gather afterwards at Ponus Yacht Club. If you would like to take out your boat, or if you would like to crew on someone else’s boat, please contact Gordon Updegraff or Susan Ryan here. We will email you each week to see if you are available and then match boats with crew.
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Come to the Squadron’s Annual Drinks &
Hors d’Oeuvres Celebration
May 15th, 2015, at 1900
chez Jenny deGarmeaux, 15 Corrigan Lane, Greenwich, CT 06831
Bring your life vest for a surprise!
On the evening of Friday, May 15th, the Greenwich Sail and Power Squadron will celebrate the onset of the boating season with a gathering at the lovely home of our Administrative Officer, Jenny deGarmeaux. A wide array of finger food and small plate dishes will be served. For sure no one will go away hungry. Drinks will include wine, beer, soda and water.
The cost per person will be $20 (payable by check made out to GSPS and sent to Jenny deGarmeaux at 15 Corrigan Lane, Greenwich, CT 06831.) We have extended the RSVP date, but space is limited so please call Jenny deGarmeaux at 203-629-4424 or Bill Vernon at 203-561-4776 soonest to keep a place for you.
Tracy Brown presents:
‘Saving Long Island Sound’
At the Squadron’s April Meeting
- Wednesday, April 15
- at 1930 (7:30pm)
- Greenwich Boat & Yacht Club (9 Grass Island Road, Greenwich, CT)
Each year Long Island Sound and its tributaries suffer from the impact of the population resulting in closing beaches and shellfish beds which affect the quality of life on the Sound. In addition, low oxygen “dead areas” threaten the health of wildlife in our area. Tracy Brown will speak on what the current clean water infrastructure initiatives are doing and what we, as stewards of our waters, can do to improve the Long Island Sound water quality for future generations.
Tracy Brown is the director of Save the Sound’s office focused on the Western LI Sound. Prior to that she worked at Hudson Riverkeeper where she was instrumental in building Riverkeeper’s Water Quality Program, focusing on recreational water quality, sewage pollution and storm-water management.
At the meeting, there will be plenty of food and drink starting at 1930; the speaker will begin about 20 minutes thereafter.
Get Your Connecticut Safe Boating Certificate
Come to a special 1-day Safe Boating Class offered by the Greenwich Sail & Power Squadron in conjunction with the Greenwich Marine Police
- Saturday, May 9, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
- Greenwich Police HQ, 11 Bruce Place, Greenwich, CT
- $75 per person, includes coffee and sandwich lunch
- Emily’s Bill (the water-skiing safety bill named in honor of Emily Fedorko),
- The latest results of our education classes,
- How NOT to retrieve a halyard from the top of a mast, and
- See pictures from our latest Change-of-Watch dinner.
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