Upcoming 2016 SBC support and Events:
Kenmore Hydroplane Cup - Safety Waivers
April 16th, 2016 in Kenmore, WA. The shift starts at 8AM and runs until 4PM.
Everyone who either want to watch or compete in the event need to sign a waiver.
Seafair Boat Club has been asked to be the group making sure that the people sign waivers and after the APBA paperwork is filled out we put wrist bands on them.
Seattle Outboard Association will be providing instructions on-site, but here's the lowdown of what the job consits of:
All the paperwork consist of is, person's name (printed and signed) and how they're affiliated (Racer, Family, Rescue, Spectator...). There'll be 2 signup sheets, one for adults and one for juveniles. Once information is on sheet, then we physically place wristband on their wrist.
This event is going to be held in Kenmore, WA. We will let you know (Via Phonecall, Email or both) for which place we need you at. The places are around a mile apart from each other.
Also, just a reminder, Closed toe shoes are to be worn at all times. No open toe shoes or flipflops allowed.
Date: 04/16/2016 (Sat.)
Time: 8:00am - 4:00pm PDT
Location: Kenmore, WA
THE COMMODORE'S CHALLENGE
For 40 years SBC has been supporting the Unlimited Hydros. Now it's time to groom the next generation for the sport.
I Challenge you, the members to raise funds for a scholarship to build a APBA Junior Class Hydroplane. The cost is around $900.00. The recipient, daughter, son, grandchild, nephew, niece or neighbor of the scholarship will be bebween 9 and 14 years old and will be selected by a committee based on their grades, atttude and social abilities. There will be a thermometer showing our progress through the year and if we raise more than our goal we may fund more than one.
We have one year to make this happen.
Why is going to be the biggest question we are going to hear. The building of a boat takes many skills. Math and science are the obvious ones but it goes much further than that. Social skills are developed, public speaking, trust, discipline are just some of the benefits of our sport. Wood working, painting, mechanical, engineering are some of the skills gained. This gives the youth something they can't get from a computer or X-box. Take a look at the playgrounds of today. Count the number of cell phones the kids are on. Let's give them something else to do. Building and racing a boat has them working with a mentor, parent, older brother/sister and gives them a true feeling of accomplishment. They will learn to succeed as well as have some failure. But they will learn and we will benefit
So there it is. A challenge. Send any donation to Commodore Myers or to David Dodge. Mark it as Hydro Fund. I would love to see in a couple of years a J-class heat race with our Seafair Boat Club burgee proudly displayed on every hull. Hey a Commodore can dream!
SEAFAIR BOAT CLUB COOKBOOKS
There are 214 recipes and a great variety of choices. Support your club and do some early Christmas shopping. The cookbooks sell for $10.00 in person or $12.00 by snail-mail. Please contact either Sandy Apodaca at email@example.com or phone (206) 406-2433.