Commodore: Bob Richards (Temporary)
Vice Commodore: Kathy Stonemark (Temporary)
Rear Commodore: David Davison
Treasurer: Kathy Stonemark
Secretary: Cindi Ruckpaul
Association Legal adviser: Paul Marteney
Harbor Master: Bob Richards
Asst. Harbor Master: Mike McGraw
Web Master: Jeff Seager
Membership: Sue and Joe Boston
School Instructors: Clayton Spangler - Bob Richards
Social: Sandy Richards
Justin works in very light wind with student Frank Ward (in green vest).
Emily takes her cousin Austin for his first sail. All smiles from Emily, and a big thumbs-up from her passenger. This young gal has a real feel for the sport.
Hmm, If I 'm real nice to her, maybe she will let me buy another boat ....
After a long, hot day of cruising Summersville Lake, Terry sees no reason to worry about "How I look"
Sailing with your best buddies, on a warm sunny day, is as good as it gets. Bob at the Helm, Jim controlling the Traveler and Niel keeping an eye out for.... We had the best three days together on Escadaro, Jim's new Columbia 30 Sport.
Shannon is a true West Virginian. He has a great deal of know-how when it comes to water sports. He has been a guide on "The New River" and "The Gauley river". Guiding folks, as he has, through those rapids takes a special kind of man.. That smile , BTW,is a permanent part of our newest asst. instructor's personality.
A quiet and kind soul, Eddie has been here for me and SMS from the start. He has supported our efforts with countless hours of hard and tedious work on the pond, with landscaping, moving and storage of our boats, etc. etc. All he asks in return is to dip a hook from time to time, in hopes of catching one of our many cat fish. The hooks are barbless and the fish are returned to the water, unharmed. Always in the background, waiting for the opportunity to help.
Neil has made three annual trips to Corliss from Edmonton, Canada to help with our efforts to teach sailing.
Jim (at the helm) and his crew, during a regatta in Oregon. I will replace this picture with a front view as soon as possible...lol
Seen here running the marks to demonstrate the pattern the new students will take on their final day.