The Club uses a combination of member volunteers in the clubs Board and Committees along with seasonal, part time and full time staff to serve the membership. Below is a listing of Committees that lists the Board member chair(s), member and staff representation. Ideas, feedback and participation in the club are done through a representative committee. Committees study ideas and feedback from members, then use that to make recommendations to the board. The Board in turn uses that data to approve, disapprove or send back projects and ideas to Committees for further study and discussion. The Board, at times, also sends ideas and feedback to the Committees for discussion and opinion to be shared back to the Board.
The club always values constructive feedback and ideas from the members of the club. Members may direct their feedback to the General Manager, as well as, Board and Committee members. Direct feedback from members to the staff and the board fall back to the respective committees so that it can be used in a positive way during committee decision making. In addition, there is a drop box next to the office door where members may drop off anonymous our non-anonymous constructive feedback and ideas.
House and Grounds Committee (This committee is currently looking for active member volunteers as we have had members drop off the committee. Please contact Kevin Smith for more information.)
This committee is tasked with discussing short range House and Grounds repairs, ideas and needs for ocean and soundside properties that are current out to 24 months.
Board Chair - Philip Humphrey
Members - Earl Worsley
Staff - Kevin Smith and Joe Hobbs
This committee is tasked with discussing sailing and soundside needs that include programming, equipment and regattas.
Board Chairs - Elizabeth Schuett and Kim Morris
Members - Boo Carraway, Jim Overton, John Sawyer, Chip Whitesides
Staff - Kevin Smith and Katrina Williams
Long Range Financial Planning Committee
This committee is tasked with reviewing the financial needs of the club to ensure the club is in the best financial condition now and into the future.
Board Chair - Steven Lilly
Members - Greta Barnes, Barbara Bush, Boo Carraway, Albert Eckel and Jim Sloan
Staff - Kevin Smith
Long Range Building Planning Committee
This committee is tasked with coming up with capital plans to both improve the properties and renovate different areas of the club based on known and possible future changes in TOWB building codes. In addition, this committee is discussing and planning on replacement of the club should the club experience damages that require a rebuild of the main club.
Board Chair - Charlotte Hicks
Members - Philip Humphrey, Michael Washburn and Ron Woodruff
Staff - Kevin Smith
Social Events Advisory Committee (This advisory committee is currently looking for active member volunteers. Please contact Kevin Smith for more information)
This advisory committee will meet with key staff in order to help them better plan new and returning member social events.
Staff - Katherine Filler and Aaron Bratton
Club Operating hours starting October 1st:
|Club Office:||Monday - Office Closed
Tuesday - Friday 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
|Club Store:||Saturday and Sunday 9 am - 2 pm
|Locker Rooms:||24/7 with proximity device|
Sip 'N Sail takes place in the sound on select Fridays as listed below! Come out and take an evening cruise with friends! Members are FREE and guests are $10. Sip 'N Sail can be signed up for by calling 910-256-3396 and speaking with a staff member or leaving a message on the event line. This event is limited to 18 participants. No more than 2 guests per member.
Sip 'N Sail Dates
September 27th (Last Sip 'N Sail for the season)
2019 Adult Sailing Programming
CYC had a very successful 2018 season for our Adult sailors, getting over 80 adults on the water through our Learn to Sail programming and Sip N Sail activities we are looking forward to another year of adult sailing! Please find class times/ schedules as well as additional information about our Sip N Sail programming below. CYC’s Adult Sailing Program is designed for adults who have little or no knowledge about sailing to more experienced sailors looking to get more time on the water under the watchful and encouraging eye of a coach. We are also adding an additional program this year, for one week only- Family Learn To Sail.
Family Sail- Continuing Education
Is your family interested in continuing their education together but everyone is at different levels? Or if your family aren’t necessarily ‘beginners’ this class is for you. This curriculum will be based on your families goals and needs! This class will be capped at 2 families for the afternoon time slot.
Dates: Sundays, September 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th
Time: 1pm- 5pm
Members Cost (Up to 5 family members): $125/ person or $450/ family if there are more than 3 family members
Sip N Sail
Dates: Friday, August 23rd
Time: 5:30pm- 7pm
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Here is where I will blog all about the parks of Australia.
You can make a blog on your website by creating a category to write your blog posts in (this one is called Park Blog). Each blog post will be an article in that category. If you make a category blog menu link with 1 column it will look like this page, if you display the category description then this part is displayed.
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These are my photos from parks I have visited (I didn't take them, they are all from Wikimedia Commons).
This shows you how to make a simple image gallery using articles in com_content.
In each article put a thumbnail image before a "readmore" and the full size image after it. Set the article to Show Intro Text: Hide.
We search the whole countryside for the best fruit growers.
You can let each supplier have a page that he or she can edit. To see this in action you will need to create a user who is in the suppliers group.
Create one page in the growers category for that user and make that supplier the author of the page. That user will be able to edit his or her page.
This illustrates the use of the Edit Own permission.