Photo German Steins

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Social - 5:00
Dinner - 6:00

Don't forget to bring your beer steins for the contest!

(See the Oct. Telltale on this website for more information on the contest!)

(prepared by Jason and Dorsie of Creekside Catering)

Smoked Kielbasa with Peppers & Onions
Pork Roast with Cabbage and Apples
Garlic Mashers
Traditional Tossed Salad
Rolls and Butter

German Chocolate Cake
Bread Pudding with Bourbon Pecan Glaze

BYOB or GERMAN BEER & wine available for purchase
(setups, sodas, and water provided)

Adults - $16.00
Children 10 and under - $5.00

RSVP - by Wednesday, September 30
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Commodore's Comments

commodore flagIf you are not aware of how busy WRYC was the first few weeks of September, you have certainly missed out on some great opportunities. The Anchor on the Ware event on Saturday, September 5th was fantastic! We had great weather, music by Nature's Child which is a reggae band and food provided by Smokin Logans that was both plentiful and good. It was great to see so many boats tied to the dock (as they listened to the music)! A truly great time was had by all who attended. Thanks to Keith and Carrie Barrack for spearheading an event that will become a regular social for all ages in the future.

The very next day our Labor Day Hawaiian Luau took place complete with name tags in Hawaiian. The food was excellent, the mai tais tasty, and the camaraderie second to none. Much thanks to Ted and Brownie Bartley and Tom and Bonnie Bernard for heading up the team for this enjoyable event.

On Sunday, September 13th, your club hosted an effort to take some disabled veterans fishing. Bill Tunner put together an extremely nice function complete with the Gloucester High Jr. ROTC color guard, the National Anthem sung by Farren Winter, and food contributions by John Gordon of Chick-fil-A, a retired military officers group, and some of our members. We had 16 volunteers agree to provide their own boat, fuel, and time to take the vets to their secret fishing holes. Some of the boat captains were club members, but many were members of the community who wanted to participate in this worthy cause.

The tenant in the club's apartment has moved, so we are currently looking for a new person to rent that space. If you know someone who might like a two bedroom apartment with a huge front yard, great water views, and the opportunity to meet some really nice people, please have them contact Cheryl Davis.

This year is 75% complete and it is time for the club to think about replacing the board members who will rotate off in January. Contact me if you are interested in or curious about serving at the board level.

We still have several socials remaining this year. Please plan on attending. It is your club, enjoy it!!

Jay McGlohn



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