I hope this short note finds everyone in the Miamogue family healthy and safe in these unprecedented times. We are probably the most diverse club just about anywhere and we should all be proud of our membership and the comradery we express everyday!
We are hoping to be fully open by June 20th as long as our governor doesn’t move the goal posts once again. Gasoline and ice are available most days but you do need to contact Cassidy beforehand at 203-414-6031.
We will be having a board meeting on the 16th followed by a general body meeting on June 23rd. I ask that all who attend the general body meeting to use common sense regarding social distancing and of course wear a mask out of respect for your fellow members.
I hope and pray that this virus and the protesting ends soon and safely so we can all get back to some sense of normalcy. Stay Well!
The next General Body meeting will be held June 23rd at 7pm
Until the club is fully open copies of new member applications will be posted in the smoking room. Please take the time to review these applications.
Good & Welfare
Yup, still here in my new home office. I think I’m starting to get used to it. Bonus for me – I have a top floor, corner office with a beautiful view. The trees and flowers are in full bloom. Like most of you, we’ve started work on the boat to get it ready for the summer season (and by “we” I mean my poor husband). No matter who is doing the work, we are all looking forward to having the boats in the water. It’s been a long winter.
As we move through spring, we will again be celebrating the academic achievements of our MYC children. If you know of any kids graduating this year, (college, high school, middle, etc…) please let me know so we can wish them congratulations. There has been so much these kids have had to sacrifice this year. Highlighting their achievements is a small way of letting them know we care.
To the Class of 2020, We Salute You!!
Congratulations to Ryan Walker. Daughter of Scott & Laura Walker. She earns her degree from Elon University.
Congratulations to my daughter, Maggie Hope, on her induction to Alpha Lambda Delta, the first year honor society and for achieving Dean’s List with Cazenovia College for both semesters.
Congratulations to Ethan Pernak on his graduation from Stratford High School and the prestigious Bridgeport Regional Aquaculture School. He is the son of Otto Pernak. Ethan will be attending URI for the Fall Semester.
Congratulations to Otto’s step daughter Meghan Cody on her graduation from Trumbull High School. Meghan will be attending the University of Tampa for the Fall Semester.
Congratulations to Kaia Summ, daughter of Matt Summ. Kaia has completed 8th grade and will be moving up to Trumbull High School & the prestigious Bridgeport Regional Aquaculture School as a rising freshman in the fall.
Congratulations to my son, Aidan Hope, on completing 8th grade achieving Honors with Distinction for the year, Excellence in Band and the John Malarkey Memorial Award given to a student who is interested in ecology and the outdoors. As a rising freshman, he will attend Jonathan Law & the prestigious Bridgeport Regional Aquaculture School.
Congratulations to Gavin Chila, son of Peter Chila. Gavin will be leaving elementary school this year and moving up to Middle School. Way to go buddy!!!
Please continue to keep our friends that have fallen on hard times or illness in your thoughts & prayers. To those of you that continue to work on the front lines, thank you!
If you have any news for Good & Welfare, please contact me at 203-394-7122 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Until next month, be well!
Good & Welfare Chairman
Important Yard Information. All trailers that are stored at the club will be positioned in an orderly fashion in the NEW LOT. Names must be clearly visible or owners will be fined. Please check your trailer in the next two weeks. We are planning a walk through on June 15. The rest of the boat storage area will be completely cleaned up at the end of June. We are not a storage facility. All blocks and stands, as well as frames, must be removed from the property. Any items left in the yard will be disposed of accordingly. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. THE YARD COMMITTEE
From the Dockmaster
Due to the unfortunate circumstances with the Covid 19 shutdown and the club being closed for the time being we have decided to post open slips by email and Facebook. These slips will also be posted on the board inside. However you do not have to get into club house to sign up for a slip. You can call me email me or sign up if the club house is open. These slips will be posted as per the rules for 1 week from Friday April 24 thru Thursday April 30th. Only slip holders that have not changed their slip in the past year are eligible to sigh up fro a slip change.
To put your name on a slip you can contact me instead of signing a sheet on the board.
Bruce Kraemer: 203-788-5441
The following slips are posted 4/24/2020 to 4/30/2020
Due to the unfortunate shutdown of the club: If you want to launch your boat before the club reopens I will be taking Launch forms by email .
2020 Launch forms are available from me if you email me at email@example.com.
Please complete and email back all pages in Pdf format. If you do not know how to scan and email a PDF file you can also print out the attached Launch PDF file and mail copies of the launch form through the United State Postal Service.
Along with the launch form, I will also need your boat registration and prof of insurance 300K min with Miamogue Yacht Club 155 Seaviev Ave Bridgeport as additional Insured.
Any questions you can call or text me at 203-788-5441 or email me at miamoguedock.com
From the Yard Committee: Happy Halloween to all members, however this is not only Halloween but the official end of the boating season. Please prepare your paperwork and your boats for the end of season haul. Remember the weather will change quickly and the water in the yard will be turned off accordingly. We have many new members hauling this year and are expecting a large haul. We have limited space and this is a first come first served operation. As always last out is first in and if you are not prepared to launch in the spring you will be repositioned at your expense. Please be reminded there is no POWERWASHING allowed in the yard. Please plan accordingly. As always, thank you for your cooperation.
The Yard Committee From the yard. Please remember that this is a very busy season in the yard. We are hauling very large boats In some very tight areas using some very large equipment . Please be reminded to park your vehicles so they will not impact the haul. Please remind your guests of the situation as well and if you think there might be an issue please leave your keys on the floor of your vehicle so we may move it. The Yard Committee
IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON HAULING AND STORING YOUR BOAT IN THE YARD, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING RULES AND GUIDELINES. We have had an unusually large number of requests about storage this year and I wanted to get this out in order to answer many of the questions that are being asked about winter storage. Storage is basically on a first come first serve basis for SLIP HOLDERS. The Yardmaster or committee member will position all boats and trailers in the yard, not the hauler or boat owner. You must fill out a HAUL FORM prior to the haul and COMMUNICATE with the yardmaster or committee member. Failure to do so will result in a fine of 250.00$,per the yard rules. Yard rule 12 states that there is one boat and or one trailer per member for those of you with more than that number. If all of the slip holders requested storage we would not be able to accommodate everyone so I suggest the owners with the larger boats begin to consider hauling NOW. We need to haul larger boats first and the fill in with the trailer boats. Also remember that the water in the yard will be left on as long as the weather permits, as we all know that can change quickly here. So in closing the advantages of an early haul are an assured location in the yard, access to water, and better weather to wrap and winterize. Please treat the yard as if it were your own because it is. All boats should be free and clear of any debris stored under the boat. Thank you, The Yard Committee
2019 YEAR LONG FISHING CONTEST
Sign-up at the Bar! These are the categories
Annual Fishing Contest
as of 10/20/2019
1st 40.67 Kevin Bova
2nd 36.97 John Ziobo
3rd 36.18 Stephanie Polke
1st 4.54 John Mikita
2nd 4.03 Mike Vidmosko
3rd 4.02 John Valentino
1st 4.72 Dan Bocchino
2nd 3.62 Cathy Washburn
3rd 2.28 Fred Giordano
1st 2.92 Mike Vidmosko
2nd 2.59 Stephane Polke
3rd 2.36 Dan Bocchino
1st 2.18 John Mikita
2nd 2.18 Russel Applebee
3rd 2.12 Dan Bocchino
1st 9.58 Mike Vidmosko
2nd 8.92 Daniel Hripak
3rd 7.10 Dan DaCosta
1st 16.91 Dan Bocchino
2nd 16.55 John Mikita
3rd 14.41 Stephanie Polke
1st 10.47 Dan Bocchino
2nd 7.42 Pat Notarnicola
3rd7.08 Kevin Bova
MYC General Body Meetings are the 4th Tuesday of each month, they start @ 1900 hours. MYC is fortunate to have a talented, dedicated group of elected Officers who work well together, help them make a difference. Learn what is being done to improve your club. Have input into the club process. You can make a difference. The club is run, just like anything else, by the people who show up.
Closed for a couple of months Be back soon!
Saturdays 8am - 3pm
Sundays 8:30am - 2pm
Daily For Lunch
Eggs any style $4
w/ Ham, Sausage, Bacon and Toast
w/ Ham, Sausage, or Bacon
French Toast 5$
w/ Ham, Sausage, or Bacon
Omelet with Toast 6$
Bacon or Sausage Egg and Cheese Sandwich
Roast Beef Sandwich $5
Hamburger with Fries $5
Hotdog with Fries $4
MYC Gas pump has been repaired and is ready for use.
Fuel is available for Members and the boating public is welcome to purchase fuel.
Opens at 11am 7days a week.
Phone: 203-334-9882, after 7pm to confirm that pump station is open.