MIYC March 2019

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March 2019 Volume 19:3

MIYC Presentation & Blessing of the Fleet

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The Presentat i on & Bl es s ing o f the F l ee t

By Roy Hershberger

After the Pledge of Allegiance and a very moving rendition of our National Anthem, MIYC Chaplin Alan Sandlin gave an especially appropriate Blessing. A moment of silence to remember those that passed this last year was followed by Taps, then the canon was fired to call in the fleet. Nineteen boats paraded past the MIYC Bridge and Past Commodores, who greeted them in full MIYC uniform with a hand salute. As the boats introduced themselves, their crews returned the salute and music for the Captain’s military affiliation was played. The colorful proceedings were witnessed by 50 people on shore. The Marco Island Police Boat followed the last vessel in, and then a delicious and plentiful Saturday afternoon lunch was served up by Chef Bob. One hundred and thirty people enjoyed the meal and friendship on the Club’s upper deck overlooking the water, listening to the music provided by Steve Reynolds, on what could not have been a more perfect day.

February 16, 2019 was another beautiful day for the Marco Island Yacht Club’s annual Blessing of the Fleet. The sky was clear and the winds less than 5 knots, just enough to flutter all the flags decorating the boats. Prior to the ceremony getting underway, the Marco Island Fire Boat, the “J.W. Adams”, directed everyone’s attention to the water with a barrage of water from their fire hoses. Commodore Jeff Comeaux then got the proceedings underway by introducing Past Commodores M.A. Harlacker, and Frank Rinker on shore plus Bob Winterhaulter on board “Sea Fari II”, Lois Dixon on board “Tri-Fun”, Randy Harris on board “Grand Pelican” and Jim Marr on board “Blue Moon”. He also introduced the 2019 Bridge Members Ray Rosenberg on board “Irish Miss”, Pete Frazier on board “Grand Pelican”, Trevor Hayworth on board “Irish Miss”, Geoff Walker, Dwyn Von Bereghy, Jill Kiley, Alan Sandlin, and Chuck Downton on shore.

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This year's Valentine's evening for Lovers of Fine Food and Music was very special. In addition to the superb dinner prepared by Chef, the 75 Members danced to the tunes of Joey Fiato, a South West Florida

well- known performer who kept us on our feet. Cocktails were served at the Point and the beautiful Marco evening made it a night worth remembering.

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Dancing Under the Stars! On a gorgeous evening in February, Members and their guests gathered at the Burgee Bar for an evening of dining, dancing and celebrating! Not just because it was a lovely evening. Three Birthdays were also celebrated that night. Singer, Nevada led the group in singing Happy Birthday to Angela Holt, Irene Soden and the Marr’s friend, Nancy Brown. Chef Bob and his Staff served up a delicious meal and as always, Pam and the Crew did their best to make sure everyone had a wonderful time. And the new Fire Pits really added a nice touch!

Marco Island Yacht Club " 5 Day Cruise to Goodland - Paradise Found! Another beautiful day in Paradise! For the February Day Cruise the 45 Members traveled by sea or land to Goodland. The Old Crab house has reopened as Paradise Found. From the looks of these photos, we found it!

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Mardi Gras! Fat Tuesday, March 5 th 5pm - Hurricane Cocktails 6pm - Dinner Many Surprises! Costume Prizes!

Gather your Crewe (group) and join us at the Club for one of MIYC’s favorite parties. Kathy & Roy Hershberger are pulling out all the stops on this one! Chef Bob and his Staff are cooking up a storm using some of New Orleans best recipes. Have you decided what to wear yet? Let your imagination run wild - it's time to let your hair down and reveal your hidden outrageousness! Whether you go for glamour or goofiness , you'll have a great time! If you want to keep it simple , just wear Mardi Gras colors of purple, green and gold. You'll get beads at the party - and a mask, too, if you don't have your own! Steve Reynolds will be serving up some catchy tunes, so you know there will be dancing! $75++ Please reserve early! 239-394-0199 Super Bowl

Although it's been said that this year's game was not nearly as exciting as those in the past, you could not tell by the laughter at the MIYC. Some 54 Members were hootin' and hollerin' as the Patriots pulled off another victory. Chef's buffet dinner was something to cheer about, too.

Roy Hershberger dressed as a blind referee.

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Chairman’s Report

Club attributes as having a friendly and fun membership environment. But the camaraderie and friendships gained on these cruises through shared experiences and activities really cements the bond between our Members. And that is what makes our Club a great place to

Ellie and I participated in the February extended cruise! The cruise included stops in Boca Grande, Venice and Legacy Harbor in Fort Myers. About half a dozen boats from the Club took part in at least a portion of the Cruise, with nearly 20 Club members participating at some point along the way. The opportunity for Full and Equity members to participate in the Club’s ‘on water’ events is one of the key benefits we communicate to our prospective members. However, it is sometimes hard to describe why these ‘on water’ activities are so important to our membership. Being a part of the February cruise was a good refresher why Ellie and I enjoy these Club events so much! For those of you who have not been on an extended cruise for a while (or never experienced it), let me try to describe why it is such an important part of our overall Club’s membership experience. You do not need a boat to participate. We try to schedule cruises so that guests riding on boats can stay in hotels near the marinas we visit, or can meet up with us by arriving by car. Our Cruise Captains do an extraordinary job putting together itineraries that make the time spent at the various marinas filled with excursions and different activities that one can only enjoy from a cruise-based travel plan. And, the opportunity to see more of Florida’s ‘waterfront’ through the cruise stops is truly unique. But, I think the most valuable benefit is the ability to develop a much deeper relationship with the Members making the trip. We often describe one of our best

Dave Everitt Chairman

belong. We certainly have a great calendar of events (Thank you Angela Holt and the Member Events Committee!) And Friday Night Happy Hour is a great time to connect with friends at the Club. And, without a doubt, the Club is one of the best dining venues on the island. (Thank you, Chef Bob and the dining Staff!) But the deeper relationships built on Extended Cruises adds to a shared experience that enhances the benefits of Membership and Membership experience for all who participate in these Extended Cruises. I encourage you to find time to participate in one or more of our ‘on water’ events. Elsewhere in the Anchor Lines, we provide calendars and other information about upcoming cruises. Take a look at the cruise calendar and block time to participate. Those of us with boats are always happy to take someone along for the ride! Dave Everitt - Chairman

Courtesy vessel inspections are provided by the Power Squadron and the Coast Guard Auxiliary Inspections cover US Coast Guard required safety equipment.

Decals awarded for successful inspections. SCHEDULE YOUR INSPECTION NOW Contact Rudy Landwaard of the Power Squadron (239) 389-4444

John Moyer of the Auxiliary (239) 248-7078 Al Rapp of the Auxiliary (239) 393-4949

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Wine & Dine Wednesday, March 13th 6pm

Please join us for our “Join the Family” Wine and Dine dinner, a five course culinary adventure highlighted by the great wines of Goldschmidt Vineyards. Nick Goldschmidt / Winemaker will take you through his travels, creating wines in over 9 countries. Nick’s first grape harvest was in his native New Zealand in 1982. By 1989, with his wife Yolyn in tow, he began to travel the globe to make wine. To date, he has made wine in New Zealand, Australia, Chile, United States, Canada, Argentina, Italy, Portugal, Mexico (yes, even Mexico) and Spain. Each year Nick works two harvest seasons—the first part of the year in the southern hemisphere and the second part in the northern. Nick loves making world-class wines, and even more, he loves to share them with people who are as passionate as he is about wine. 1 st Course Passed Hors’doeuvres BOULDER BANK - SAUVIGNON BLANC - MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND 2 nd Course Chilled Maine Lobster Spring Roll with Udon Noodle Salad and Ginger Wasabi 2017 - GOLDSCHMIDT SINGING TREE CHARDONNAY – RUSSIAN RIVER, NAPA 3 rd course Kurobuta “Adobe Style” Pork Sliders, Yellow Curry Guacamole and Grilled Scallions HILARY GOLDSCHMIDT “CHARMING CREEK” CABERNET 2015 – OAKVILLE, NAPA VALLEY Entrée Oxtail Stroganoff with Boneless Cross Rib, White Truffle Purple Potato and Butternut Squash GOLDSCHMIDT CABERNET SAUVIGNON – “YOEMAN VINEYARD”, ALEXANDER VALLEY 2014 Dessert Chocolate Tazza – Ice-cream & Cherry Compote TEN YEAR OLD TAWNY - OTIMA PORTO

$89.00pp Reservations - 239-394-0199

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Marco Island Yacht Club 2019 Season

• 1 st Boater’s Night • 3 rd Cinco de Mayo Happy Hour • 4 th Kentucky Derby Party • 9 th Twilight Golf • 12 th Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet • 16 th Fishing Club • 17 th -19 th FCYC Marathon YC • 18 th Intl Wine & Dine (Club Casual) • 22 nd Sunset Cruise • 24 th Evening Colors honoring Memorial Day • 30 th Book Club Educated • Boater’s Night - first Wednesday or Thursday each month • Fishing Club – third Thursday each month • Sunset Cruise – fourth Thursday each month • Every Friday Happy Hour • 12 th -14 th July FCYC St. Charles YC • 13 th -15 th Sep FCYC Bird Key YC • Other events to include: Margaritaville, Independence Day Eve Picnic, Lobsta-fest, Cooking with Chef Bob, Labor Day Luau, Trivia and Game Nights and Dancing at the Burgee - just to name a few Events! And Beyond! Hello Summer!

• 5 th Mardi Gras Party • 6 th Boater’s Night • 8 th -10 th FCYC Eau Gallie YC • 10 th Full Sunday Brunch • 11 th Beach Party • 12 th Theater - “Fiddler on the Roof” • 13 th Wine & Dine – Jackets Required • 13 th – 30 th Circumnavigation Ext. Cruise (Short Version Mar.13 th - 20 th ) • 14 th Twilight Golf • 15 th St. Patrick’s Day Happy Hour • 16 th Music Trivia • 20 th Couples’ Bridge • 21 st Fishing Club • 22 nd March Madness Happy Hour • 23 rd Signature Event - Greg Miller Band - Motown Themed • 27 th Sunset Cruise • 28 th Book Club Unsheltered • 29 th Evening Colors • 30 th Dancing Under the Stars

• 2 nd Theater – “School of Rock” • 3 rd Boater’s Night

• 5 th -7 th Bud Light Regatta • 6 th Member Talent Show • 8 th Scavenger Hunt • 11 th Twilight Golf • 11 th – 13 th Ext. Cruise Pelican Isle Yacht Club • 13 th Wine & Dine–Jackets • Required • 16 th Member Semi-Annual Meeting followed by ‘Dancing in the Courtyard’ • 17 th Couples’ Bridge • 18 th Fishing Club • 19 th Evening Colors • 21 st Easter Brunch • 24 th Sunset Cruise • 25 th Book Club Elinor Oliphant is Completely Fine • 25 th Singing Bingo

Weekly Activities - Some dates & activities may change as planning continues.

• Burgee Bar Opens Jan 12 – April 27 Wed-Sat Noon -2:00pm; 4:00-8:00 pm; Saturdays through Memorial Day • Mah Jong – Tuesdays: 12:00 Noon • Ladies’ Bridge – Wednesdays: 12:00 Noon • Ladies’ Canasta – Thursdays: 9:30 am • Men’s Golf – Fridays: 9:00 am • Water Aerobics – Tuesdays and Saturdays: 10:00 am; Thursdays 1:00 pm • Happy Hour Fridays: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

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$70pp++

Make your reservation now! Call 239-394-0199 or send an email: receptionist@marcoislandyachtclub.net

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MIYC Extended Cruise The Florida Loop - Thru the Ditch and Okeechobee March 13 – 20 The Short version March 13 – 30 The Long Version It has been a number of years since this cruise has been offered by our Club and now, we will do it again. It starts at Legacy Harbour in Ft Myers, goes through the Caloosahatchee to Clewiston, across lake Okeechobee and on to Stuart FL. The longer version continues South on the Intracoastal to Palm Beach, Ft Lauderdale, Key Biscayne, Islamorada and ends up in Marathon at Faro Blanco. Stay as long as you want and then return to Marco Island. Because we need to reserve slips along the way I must have confirmations to me ASAP. Please send me your interest and boat information. I will then forward more specific detail on the cruise. Send Loop Cruise confirmations and inquiries to: raymondhrosenberg@gmail.com

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MIYC Extended Cruise to Boca Grande - Venice - Old Downtown Ft. Myers

By Peggy Frazier Meet..Eat....Laugh...Talk...Smile..Learn...We had an amazing adventure! While most of the boats in the Midwest and Eastern USA are fast asleep, tucked into bed for the winters with their blue tarps awaiting spring, the boats of the MIYC sit comfortably in the sun waiting for their next adventure! Our MIYC trip to Boca Grande, Venice, and Legacy Harbour February 20-26 i nc l uded participating boats captained by Treavor and Maureen Hayworth, Pat and Nancy McNally, Jim and Linda Marr, Bill and Sandy Wallen, Ray Rosenberg and Linda Spell, Pete and Peggy Frazier, and Dave and Ellie Everitt. Joining us as land cruisers were

Jeff and Carol Comeaux, Heri and Heidi Polzi, Morris and Nancy Margolis, and Jon and Angela Holt. With the Cruisers benefiting by navigation plans provided by Jim Marr the yachts had smooth seas for the cruise and safe and comfortable travel together. Irish Miss hosted a beautiful brunch in Boca Grande (thank you Ray and Linda). Each evening we had docktails on Seafari or Sea Esta and spectacular dinners at fabulous restaurants From exploring Boca on golf carts to shopping adventures in Venice and even water exercises we enjoyed traveling with MIYC friends; be sure to join us for the upcoming circumnavigation cruise! (More photos on next page)

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MIYC Mini Reef Program Helps Clean Our Canals We all love our Island Paradise and the beautiful waters we boat on. Doing what we can to keep our waters clean is a priority at Marco Island Yacht Club. That’s why we are promoting Ocean Habitats’ “Mini Reefs” to Members to be installed under your docks. We have three under our MIYC docks and dozens of Members are installing them, too. . Each reef establishes an ecosystem of aquatic life under the docks which mimics the environment normally found in the prop root system of mangrove trees. Once established, one reef can clean 30,000 gallons of water a day.

Left: Carri and John Kendall with David Wolff. Below: The Mini Reefs are lowered and set it place. Right: Nancy McNally with David and her new Mini Reef.

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Join us for a Day Cruise Beach Party Picnic at the Tip of Tigertail Monday, March 11th - 11am A Fun Day in the Sun for full MIYC Members! Invite a prospective member as a guest. The tip of Tigertail is a Great Place to Dock Your Boat! This year we have a new opportunity to ride from the MIYC to the Beach Party on a chartered full service boat that includes lunch. Their unique docking ramp makes going ashore for the gathering and that special shell discovery easy for everyone. First come first served so reserve now! Passage on the boat is $ 50/person including Lunch and 2 drinks and transportation from the Club to the Island and return.For those who bring their own boats, an optional Lunch (hot dog, chicken, or bratwurst) and 2 drinks may be purchased for $20 Wear comfortable shoes, bring seating, sunscreen, shade, umbrellas, towels and any beach games you want to share. Please send me an email at heck3@bevcomm.net to confirm your participation In your email please inform on the following: • Members bringing their boat - Please state how many Members you can take. • Members without a boat - Please state if you would like to go on the chartered pontoon boat or ride on a Member boat.

I look forward to hearing from you ! Jim Heckenlaible – Cruise Captain

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Enjoy a Beautiful Sunset Cruise Wednesday, March 27th Enjoy a beautiful Sunset Cruise with your friends from the Club. Return to the Club for a wonderful dinner! No boat? Our boating Members love to share! Participating Members will meet in the Marina for light refreshments and libations and then headset for a cruise in the Gulf, viewing a great sunset and with any luck, a “Green Flash”. Agenda 4:30pm - Happy Hour on a Members’ boat 5pm - Vessels depart for cruise (Captains discretion) 5:30 - Sunset 6:30 - Dinner at MIYC

Ray Rosenberg Vice Commodore

As we get closer, watch for eblasts pertaining to the Sunset Cruise. To learn more, contact: Ray Rosenberg - Vice Commodore raymondhrosenberg@gmail.com Reservations for dinner - 239-394-0199

Sunset Cruises are very popular and enjoyed by our full and associate Members. The January 23 rd Cruise was a huge success, with 55 members crewing, and the February 27 th Cruise was over the top with 57 participants. A big thank you to our Captains: Everitts, Fraziers, Haworths, Marrs, O’Briens, Sandlins, Walkers and Wallens. Everyone enjoyed the pre-sail docktails and nibbles, and the voyage out and about the river to view dolphins and, only occasionally, cloud-covered sunsets. Everyone had fun. Upon returning to the marina, we all raced to the Club for more libations and an exquisite dinner prepared by Chef and his Staff. What was exceptional for both of these cruises, and will be repeated for future cruises, was that we all selected our menu choices earlier in the day before arriving at the docks, and the Boat Captains called them in to the Club. The dinner service went as smooth as silk. Chef said, “We will continue this welcomed process in the future.” Our next Sunset Cruise is scheduled for March 27 th . An advance email blast will be sent out announcing the event. Make sure you respond to me if you would like to participate raymondhrosenberg@gmail.com. DO NOT respond to one of the boat Captains or the Club receptionist or your neighbor next door 😊 because you could be left waiting on the dock. Once we develop the list of participants, boat assignments will be made and the menu from Chef Bob will be distributed. If you would like to volunteer your boat, or prefer to crew on a certain boat, please let me know. We aim to please and will definitely have another great, safe and fun time. BTW – Your MIYC Boating Committee is working on the daytime, lunchtime, fun time and Extended Cruising schedule for 2020 and beyond. If you have ideas and/or destinations you would like, please forward them to me so we can get them into the process. Thanks, and happy boating!

Ray Rosenberg - Vice Commodore and FCYC Director, MIYC

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Commodore

Mar ch wi l l be an awesome month, with our c i r cumnav i ga t i on mi d - month and two awesome Signature Events at the Club-- Mardi Gras on March 5 and a soulful Motown Party with the Greg Miller Band on March 23. There’s all that plus St. Pat’s, March Madness, and all our regular monthly activities

We have a terrific season underway, with wonderful activities on the water, at the Clubhouse and around the community! Our Blessing of the Fleet was a beautiful event with 19 boats participating and about 120 celebrating afterwards at a delicious luncheon at the Club featuring music by Steve Reynolds. Thanks to Roy Hershberger for coordinating this special event. A few days after the Blessing, many Members embarked on a fun-filled cruise to Boca Grande, Venice and the Legacy. The weather and seas were perfect and the camaraderie was even better! A special thanks goes out to Pete & Peggy Frazier for organizing the entire trip and for Jim Marr for navigation management during the journey. In addition, special thanks to the Rosenbergs, Everitts and Wallens for hosting a brunch and cocktail parties on their gorgeous vessels. Our Sunset cruise at the end of the month featured a cloudy evening, but the clouds made the spectacular pinks and corals spread even more dramatically across the sky. We got some TV publicity last month when Fox 4 in Naples interviewed Angela Holt and me about our beautiful Club. You can watch it here: https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gv-TV9dX3Q&t=6s

Jeff Comeaux Commodore

from Twilight Golf to the Fishing Club and Book Club. Mark your calendars for all these events and more! Finally, I’d like to call your attention to MIYC’s efforts on behalf of clean waters. Carol and I had our second Mini Reef installed under our dock to help build the marine ecosystem and promote cleaner canal water, as did numerous other Members. If you have a dock, please consider getting a Mini Reef installed and watch the increase in marine life in your back yard! Contact David Wolff at Ocean Habitats to order one yourself! Jeff Comeaux - Commodore

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Port Captain

Big boats - small boats - new boats - old boats - fancy boats - and practical boats, whatever your pleasure, February had been a busy month at the Marina! We have had some spectacular weather this month that brought out over 30 visiting vessels to the Marco Island Marina. All of which, were doing what the love and loving what they do right here in Paradise. A big shout out for the “MIYC Blessing of the Fleet”! We were all Blessed with a spectacular day and a great turnout. A Big THANK YOU to all of those that participated or helped out in coordinating this spectacular event. Jill Kiley MIYC Port Captain

Jill Kiley Port Captain

Lunch & Learn with Chef Bob Chef Bob entertained over 30 members and guests on Thursday, February 7th in our second Lunch and Learn Event. Chef focused on the best way to prepare vegetables especially root vegetables like beets. He also shared his secrets for 'breading techniques.' The lovely luncheon also featured a glass of St. Supery Sauvignon Blanc, now a Club favorite! Thanks to Chef, a good time was had by all!

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Boaters’ Night Wednesday, March 6th Cocktails - 6pm Dinner - 7pm Come enjoy Fellowship, Dining and the 3rd Presentation of a Rookery Bay Series. This month's speaker is Anne Mauro. Anne Mauro is an Avian Ecologist at Rookery Bay Reserve. Anne hails from Ohio but has extensive Florida experience through her work with Ding Darling Refuge, Zoo Miami and Audubon Florida in various roles of shorebird and wading bird research. Anne will be presenting "Waterbirds of Rookery Bay”

Salad Mingled Greens with Dried Cranberries, Mandarin Orange and Lemon Lime Vinaigrette Entrée Short Rib and Jumbo Shrimp Scampi Angel hair Pasta, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Honey Roasted Baby Carrots Dessert Ice cream Tartufo with Cherry Salsa and Raspberry Sauce

Hosted by Rear Commodore Geoff Walker $29++ Reservations - 239-394-0199

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MIYCMember Events By Angela Holt

After a fabulous start to the ‘Season’ in Marco, we are heading into the busiest month of events for the Marco Island Yacht Club. The Mardi Gras being held on Fat Tuesday, March 5, is a perfect way to lead the parade. We will have masks, and beads, and feathers and more beads. There will be music and strutting along with prizes. The dinner promises to be a true reflection of New Orleans. On March 11, don’t forget to sign up for the Beach Party. And, Wine and Dine, the finest of all dinner events follows on Wednesday, March 13. On Friday, March 15, we will have a St. Patty’s Day Happy Hour with a bean bag toss in the court yard. Chef will serve his famous corned beef and cabbage as a special menu item. You won’t want to miss Music Trivia on March 16 th . Here’s a chance for you music lyric lovers to dine, dance and in-between name that tune. So it will be a Saturday evening with a twist. March Madness is our basketball contest held in the court yard while cocktails are being served. This always proves to be a blast. The

women and men compete for prizes. The Signature Event

this year is Motown on Saturday, March 23. Greg Miller will join us with his 5 piece band and we will light up the Club. We will be dancing upstairs at the Pointe, downstairs at the Burgee and in the courtyard. Dress the part if you choose. Come as a diva, wear a mini, big hair and glitz. Look for the eblast with ‘attire’ suggestions. This will be an All-Club celebration. The first time we’ve tried it. Don’t miss it. The last Saturday of the month, March 30, we will hear the mellow tones of Nevada as we close out March with Dancing Under the Stars. So March came in ’ Like a Lion’ and goes out the same way. Angela Holt - Member Events Chair Angela Holt Member Events

MIYC Brunch on the Gulf 10am - 1pm Join us at the MIYC for Sunday Brunch each week ~ Grande Brunch on March 10 th & 31 st Reservations - 239-394-0199 Club Dress

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Food Pantry 1450 Winterberry Drive Marco Island, Florida 34145

Urgent Food Needs (Must be purchased due to lack of donation): Rice Corn Oil Dried Pinto and Black Beans - Canned chicken Salt Flour Ketchup Paper goods Toilet Paper Paper Towels - Napkins Flour Tortilla mix Ongoing Pantry Wish List: Cereals Pancake mix Syrup Oatmeal Cereals Pancake Mix Syrup Oatmeal Peanut butter Jelly Canned tuna/chicken Rice Dry beans Pasta/sauce Canned vegetables/fruit Baby Diapers (all sizes) Pasta, Pasta Sauce Canned Tuna Sugar Corn Flour (Masa/Maseca) Mayonaise Ready to eat canned meals: Beef Stew Spaghetti & Meatballs Baby Diapers, wipes, food Snacks Juice/fruit boxes Tea/coffee Baking Goods Condiments Toilet paper/paper towels Instant potatoes Hygiene items (toothpaste, shampoo, Feminine Products, soap, deodorant)

Donations may be dropped off 24 hours in our deck boxes outside beside the Auburndale Street pantry entrance. We also have donation boxes in our partner churches & organizations. Thank you for sharing with your neighbors in need! 1450 Winterberry Drive, Marco Island, FL 34145 239.259.5188 info@ourdailybreadfoodpantry.com

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Other MIYC Events for March St. Pat’s Happy Hour Friday, March 15 th 5 pm Dig out your finest Leprechaun outfit and come to the Burgee Bar for Happy Hour. Chef Bob and his Staff will be making Corned Beef, Cabbage and the works. Reservations - 239-394-0199 Put on your musical Thinking Cap and come to a fun night of Trivia! Enjoy a great meal while listening to music and just remembering. Reservations - 239-394-0199 March Madness Happy Hour Friday, March 22 nd Saturday, March 16th 6 pm

The TVs will be up. Come in and watch the Game with your friends at the Club. Hang around for dinner!

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All Southwest Florida Sailors!!

Dwyn von Bereghy Fleet Sailing Captain

The BOTY Regattas Committee of Southwest Florida Is Offering an Extraordinary Evening of Learning

Please Join Us for

Race Committee Training

Presented by

U.S. Sailing Certified Presiding Regatta Race Officer Trish Smotherman

This Event is Part of an On-going Effort in SW Florida to Explore and Expand Participation in Sailing Regattas on the Beautiful Waters of

The Gulf of Mexico.

The Event will be Held at The Naples Sailing & Yacht Club March 14, 2019, at 6:00pm The Cost is $30/person CASH or CHECK (no credit cards please)

Includes: Soup & Salad Dinner, Soft Beverages, Gratuities, Taxes, Tuition, Classroom Materials Please RSVP to JWatkins@TEE-GLOBAL.COM or Call Reservations at 239-774-0424

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NOTICE of RACE 2 nd Annual “MOST MEMORABLE REGATTA” (Cruisers welcome too - by Land or Sea)

Hosted by The Naples Sailing and Yacht Club and Davis Island Yacht Club

Host When

Two Weekends - May 17 th through May 25 th 2019

Fort Myers to Tampa Bay

Where

$155.00 ($140.00 US Sailing Members) Awards and Party at Davis Island Yacht Club $35 each; 1 ticket included Awards and Party at Bonita Bills Fort Myers Beach $35 each; 1 ticket included

Entry Fee

Most Memorable Regatta Information/Registration click link or Go to www.yachtscoring.com and search for “Most Memorable”

Website Links Click and go!

Scratch sheet Details for race day Need crew/Want Crew Sign up here to fill your boat Notice of Race All the details on the event Current Entry List See who is already registered

Please plan to join us for these fun-filled SWFL BOTY weekend SAILING events suited for our entire family of sailing club members, skippers, crews, and friends.

This event is to preserve the SOUTH FLORIDA SAILING nostalgia, while promoting camaraderie among all our SWFL clubs and sailing communities.

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Safety & Training Officer

A Neat Ship is a Safe Ship Improperly stowed gear can not only be unsightly but can damage your equipment and become a tripping hazard or worse. It isn’t fun to watch loose gear get caught in the wind and blown overboard. A cluttered deck is particularly dangerous in rough seas if loose gear is sliding around the deck. I hate reaching for a line that is fouled into a tangled mess. If you don’t have a line locker, it is easy to install a board with hooks on the inside of the gunwales to hang your coiled lines. Having those lines handy, life jackets at the ready, fire extinguishers mounted in a strategic spot, first aid kit close by in a dry location, and anchor line clear for instant use, are all little things that can help a rapid response to a developing situation. In the big picture of boating safety , properly stowed gear might seem a trivial issue, but I know of incidents that bring home its importance. In one case, a man and woman aboard a

Trevor Haworth Safety & Training Officer

40-foot pleasure craft were about to tow a smaller boat. While the woman was preparing the tow line, there was a slack length lying on the deck. She inadvertently stood amidst the loose line. As the towing boat started to move, this line coiled around her leg and lifted it into the air. This unfortunate deck hand took a severe fall and suffered an extreme injury. In another incident, three men were out for a day of fishing. At one point, they decided to move to another location. They pulled the anchor on board and left it lying on the bow above anchor locker. As the boat came up on plane, it bounced over a wave and the anchor slipped unnoticed back into the water. As the line played out, the anchor temporarily set on something. When the force of the boat caused the anchor to release, it catapulted forward toward the boat, and sank the shank of the anchor into the back of the head of an unlucky fisherman. Fortunately, the crew knew enough leave the anchor in the skull and radioed ahead. At the dock they were met by emergency medical teams and the injured man was air-lifted to a hospital where the anchor was safely removed. It is hard to imagine that these severe injuries would take place. Unfortunately, there are a myriad of potential accidents lurking amongst your poorly stowed equipment. Don’t be the one to discover a new bizarre story. Keep your gear stowed safely! Remember the old saying; “A place for everything, and everything in its place.” Lt. Bill Hempel, Marketing/Public relations Committee USPS. CPR/AED Training Fourteen boat captains and spouses attended the CPR/AED/First Aid training at Marco Fire-Rescue on Feb 12. Held by two Fire/EMS professionals, the three your course gave us the essential skills needed to provide first support in the minutes before the emergency services arrive. CPR techniques have been refined over the years, so it’s important for those who have had training in the past to re-certify as the next opportunity. And for most of us, this was the first time we had been exposed to AED operation, the costs of which have become affordable. It’s well worth considering having a portable model for afloat and home – available on Amazon for less than $2,000. Due to the popularity of this course, we have arranged another for April 25 th . Watch out for details in the forthcoming mailer. Trevor Haworth MIYC Safety & Training Officer

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Calling All Talented MIYC Performers: Time to Sign up for our Talent Revue Saturday, April 6! We know this is a talented crowd! Now it's time to share what you can do! ◦ Sing ◦ Dance ◦ Play an instrument ◦ Act

◦ Recite Poetry ◦ Twirl a Baton ◦ Anything cool you can perform on stage in 3-4 minutes or less

Whatever your talent may be please consider entering the talent show. You can go it alone or band together with other Members. ● Solo ● Group Act

It takes a lot of planning to put on a good show , so we'd like to get a sense very soon of how many acts we might have. Whether you're ready to commit or just thinking about it, please click here to let us know if you are in and what your act may be. We saw a lot of talent during Karaoke Night, so don't be shy. Let us know you're

thinking of an act, now! :-) I'm Interested. Click Here Thanks, MA Harlacker and Maureen Haworth , Directors and the MIYC Talent Revue Committee

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Tr i v i a Ni gh t ! The Members were challenged to dig deep for the answers which ranged from history to pop musicians. As we sat at tables for 6, the 58 participants formed teams to compete. New friendships were forged as we high- fived each other upon each right answer prepared by Ellie Everitt and Deb Devries. The winners were Tom McCabe, Angela Holt, Trevor Haworth, Kathy Hershberger, Michael Hannafan and Kathleen Douglas.

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MIYC Membership

Peg and Dennis Lello are Walker Trial Members who are former Charter Members. I know many of you have recognized them! Both of them have commented to me how exciting is to be back at the Club! During February I hope you may or will have the pleasure of meeting the following Trial Members! Please help us to welcome them to our great Club! George and Carol Engstrom Joe & Julie Maslanka from MIMA Welcome Aboard to all! Please remember to wear your nametags AND remember to make reservations for all events and dining. It so helps the Staff to be able to have the appropriate number of servers available. Vicki Bretthauer (for Co-Chair Kathy Caruso, too) Patricia and Lynn Crabtree Theresa and George Vitta

I’m excited about our two successful Membership events in February. On February 6 th , we invited MIMA to join us at the Burgee Bar for cocktails before Boaters’ Night as we were again offering MIMA special memberships. The Blue Badges at the Burgee Bar means that is a MIMA Burgee Member. Please do welcome them to our Club. On February 7 th , the Membership Committee hosted a Happy Hour for our new Members as well as any Members who recruited new Members! Most of our Committee Chairs were available to answer any questions about being on a committee. Also, Members who recruited Members were encouraged to join us! We gave demonstrations on how to log on to the website and what great things are available to all membership levels. A good time was had by all! The Pineapple Table on a Friday Evening is being met with good reviews! As we get into season, if you receive a call to host or to sit at the table some Friday evening, please do! It is a great way to meet new members or members who you would like to know better! Remember a Pineapple means WELCOME!!! And welcome is what we are doing…welcoming many new Members to our Club! Linda and Tom Sessa came into the Club as Walker Trial Members and immediately joined as Full Members of our Club. Welcome Aboard!

Members Recruiting Members Our Member Recruiting Member Program for 2020 is in full swing! The Sponsoring Members invite the new Members to share a dinner or brunch at the Club on Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday evening or Sunday Brunch including a bottle of house wine or sparkling wine.

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MIYC Book Club Thursday, March 28 th - Noon - 1:30 PM Please join us for our March Book Club Luncheon Presented by Deb DeVries

Book Summary A timely novel that interweaves past and present to explore the human capacity for resiliency and compassion in times of great upheaval. Willa Knox has always prided herself on being the embodiment of responsibility for her family. Which is why it's so unnerving that she's arrived at middle age with nothing to show for her hard work and dedication but a stack of unpaid bills and an inherited brick home in Vineland, New Jersey, that is literally falling apart. The magazine where she worked has folded, and the college where her husband had tenure has closed. The dilapidated house is also home to her ailing and cantankerous Greek father-in-law and her two grown children: her stubborn, free- spirited daughter, Tig, and her dutiful debt-ridden, ivy educated son, Zeke, who has arrived with his unplanned baby in the wake of a life-shattering development.

MIYC on Facebook Don't forget to 'like' our page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ yachtingmarco to see what's happening at MIYC. (You do not need to join Facebook to like our page.) If you are a member of Facebook, feel free to "Check-in" when you're attending events and to share our posts with your friends! You can also “tag” the Club when you post events you attend. Brilliantly executed and compulsively readable, Unsheltered is the story of two families, in two centuries, who live at the corner of Sixth and Plum, as they navigate the challenges of surviving a world in the throes of major cultural shifts. In this mesmerizing story told in alternating chapters, Willa and Thatcher come to realize that though the future is uncertain, even unnerving, shelter can be found in the bonds of kindred—whether family or friends—and in the strength of the human spirit. Our remaining selections, dates, and presenters are: Date Presenter Book Title April 26 Sharon Lake Elinor Oliphant is Completely Fine May 30 Carol Comeaux Educated All Members are welcome at the Book Club luncheons. Even if you did not have a chance to read the book, you can learn a lot and enjoy intriguing conversations about life. Men are welcome, too! Reservations - 239-394-0199 In an act of desperation, Willa begins to investigate the history of her home, hoping that the local historical preservation society might take an interest and provide funding for its direly needed repairs. Through her research into Vineland's past and its creation as a Utopian community, she discovers a kindred spirit from the 1880s, Thatcher Greenwood. A science teacher with a lifelong passion for honest investigation, Thatcher finds himself under siege in his community for telling the truth: his employer forbids him to speak of the exciting new theory recently published by Charles Darwin. Thatcher's friendships with a brilliant woman scientist and a renegade newspaper editor draw him into a vendetta with the town's most powerful men. At home, his new wife and status-conscious mother-in-law bristle at the risk of scandal, and dismiss his financial worries and the news that their elegant house is structurally unsound.

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MIYC Fishing Club Next Meeting Thursday, March 21 st 11:30am

Feel free to contact us by email. We love to hear from you. Exec. Chef and Restaurant Manager - Bob Aylwin ext. 305 robert@marcoislandyachtclub.net Dining Manager - ext. 304 Pamela Dorr diningmgr@marcoislandyachtclub.net Sales/Catering - ext. 304 Pamela Dorr catering@marcoislandyachtclub.net Membership - ext. 303 Cynthia Hultquist membership@marcoislandyachtclub.net Finance Manager - ext. 306 Carlota Sanchez accounting@marcoislandyachtclub.net Contributions to AnchorLines - email anchorlines@yahoo.com Reservations - 239-394-0199 ext. 301 receptionist@marcoislandyachtclub.net Dockmaster's Office - 642-2531 nancymima@comcast.net As we move into March, the water temperature will go higher and fishing everywhere will become more productive. The key offshore will be fishing in 110-125 feet of water. Large Red Grouper (over 30 inches) can be caught in these areas. Backwater fishing will quickly improve as the shallow water warms up and the Trout, Snook and Redfish become more active. The Fishing Club is planning their 2 nd annual trip to Islamorada to fish for Tarpon. This year, we will likely add another day for Mahi fishing in the Gulf Stream. More to follow via eblast. Thanks, Jeff Comeaux - MIYC Commodore comeaux411@icloud.com February fishing in the Marco Island area was very good. For those who fished offshore, we found a good bite 45 miles out in 90-110 feet of water. Tom Morrison caught several Kingfish in the 48 inch range trolling, Jeff Comeaux caught several Barracuda in the 48 inch range and Geoff Walker had a good catch of Grouper. In the backwater area, Jill Kiley caught a 50+ lb. Black Drum near Coon Key on a jig tipped with shrimp.

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Twilight Golf Thursday, March 14 th Tee Times start at 3pm Join us for 9 Holes of Golf !!

• Couples and Singles • 9 Holes at “The Links” • $20 per person

• Tee times starting at 3pm • Format: Best Ball • Dinner at the Club afterwards

Contact Alice Jobe at 239-248-7640 ajterrapin22@gmail.com Deadline to sign up: Noon on Wednesday, March 6th Please let Alice know if you will come to the Club for dinner.

The winners with a score of 28 are John Kendall, Fred Bergsma (John's guest), Alice Jobe and Carla Whitlow (her guest). There were 27 who participated in this event!

Couples Bridge Wednesday, March 13th - 4:30

The MIYC Couples Bridge Group has grown a bit. Join them for a fun afternoon of Bridge. Then at 6:15 cocktails and dinner. Call Diana Winterhalter - 239-389-0825

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FCYC Update

The Florida Council of Yacht Clubs The Florida Council of Yacht Clubs (FCYC), comprised of 36 yacht clubs including Marco Island, meets six times a year. The most recent meeting, which our Board Chairman and I attended, was at the St Petersburg Yacht Club. The next meeting in March will be at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club in Indian Harbour Beach. These meetings are open for all full and associate club members to attend. You can travel by land or take your boat. If you are interested or would like to learn more about FCYC, please contact me. As a note for your calendar, our Marco Island Club will be hosting the general meeting in May of 2021. FCYC hires government affairs lobbyists, Johnson and Blanton, to overwatch all legislative issues concerning boating and the waterways in Florida. Highlights of the report they gave in St. Petersburg include (1) possession of shark fins is no longer allowed, (2) a gopher tortoise license plate has been

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proposed, (3) Key West has created sun screen rules, much like the State of Hawaii (could move through the rest of the State), (4) new Governor’s appointments regarding Boating Advisory Council, and (5) new water policy reforms proposed by Governor DeSantis. Details on all are contained in the full report. You can see the detailed report by following the below link: http:// www.floridacouncilofyachtclubs.com/government_affairs.htm http://www.fl ridacouncilofyachtclubs.com/government.affairs.htm

2019 Meeting Schedule:

Eau Gallie YC Marathon YC St Charles YC Bird Key YC

March 8-10, 2019 May 17-19, 2019 July 12-14, 2019

September 13-15, 2019 November 8-10, 2019

Florida YC

A great opportunity for Full Members to Cruise Cuba Directors attending the FCYC meeting at St. Petersburg Yacht Club in January were provided the FCYC Spring Cruise brochure to share with their club members. Several Directors have requested the “A Taste of Cuba” PDF in order to print multiple brochures to provide persons interested in the trip. Our spring trip is open to FCYC Members, families and friends. Anyone having questions concerning the trip is welcome to communicate with me via email or telephone. We look forward to this mini vacation and hope you will join us. The Florida Council of Yacht Clubs has many benefits for member Clubs. This trip still has openings. See info on the following page. Ray Rosenberg - MIYC Vice Commodore / FCYC Director raymondhrosenberg@gmail.com. 239-877-4206 ray ondrosenber il.c

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The Shipùs Store News COME HAVE FUN AT YOUR SHIP'S STORE NEW ARRIVALS * MICHEL DESIGN WORKS - tropical designs in platters, luncheon/snack dishes, condiment sets, trays, dishtowels, potholders, soap and candle gift sets and even umbrellas! * added to SUSQUEHANNA GLASS assortment are ice buckets and coffee mugs * ICANTOO/SUN MODA - logo tops for ladies in 7 styles * TICKLED PINK - a new selection of tropical and nautical scarves * MIYC LOGO CAPS and VISORS * NEW ENGLAND NAUTICALS - new chart pendants and CUFF LINKS for men

* CAPE SHORE MUGS AND TINY NAUTICAL DISHES IN THE WORKS - MEN'S CLUB LOGO BOW TIES MEMBERS GET DISCOUNTS - ALL PROFITS GO TO MIYC WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! Sandy, Mary, Ellie and Peggy and Member Volunteers

Tropical and nautical scarves

New shirts and tops from Sun Moda - logo

New melamine tropical dishes, towels, potholders, and even umbrellas!

Logo hats in most colors

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Bob Aylwin - Manager/Executive Chef

Ahoy Members of MIYC. A big thank you to all for the great support shown throughout the early season here at the Club! Our membership numbers are strong and I have had the pleasure of meeting several trial members who were collectively seemed pleased with our food, service and their overall Club experience. Let’s remember to keep extending our hands, introducing ourselves and providing the warm welcome that trial members and new members alike have become accustomed to. This has been the most active season I have been a part of since joining your team in 2013. Membership participation coupled with a management team focused on creating a friendly atmosphere and delightful culinary experience, has been the key to our recent successes. Your Food and Beverage team realizes the challenges of the busy season and we are always trying to give the best food and service at all times. Please help us continue our growth by participating in our monthly Food and Beverage surveys. It really does make us stronger. Outside Banquet functions continue to spread the word about our “new and improved” clubhouse facilities, creating an atmosphere of good will that should turn into more MIYC members and continual growth in our outside catering business. Please join us on March 13 for our “Join the Family” Wine and Dine dinner, a five course culinary adventure highlighted by the great wines of Goldschmidt Vineyards. Nick Goldschmidt / Winemaker will take you through his travels, creating wines in over 9 countries. If you haven’t expressed your passion for world class wines lately, this is the event for you! Remember to make your reservations early and often. See you at the Club! Bob Aylwin Manager/Executive Chef

Please donùt forget to wear your name tag when you visit the Club. We have many new Members and new Staff Members, too.

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