Home Of The Lake Ronkonkoma Ice Boat And Yacht Club
Message from the Commodore: Another season has come to a close.
However, unless you made a commitment to
travel, the local season never materialized. As an
old Brooklyn Dodger fan used to say "Just wait
till next year!".
I'm happy to report that at our March meeting, all
present officers volunteered and were reelected
for another two year term. I truly appreciate all
the hard work that they do during the year.
The revised By-laws as approved at our
February meeting are now posted on our Web
site. Changes/additions were made for sections
6.4, 9.2 and 12.1.
The Awards Dinner is scheduled for Sunday April
17th at the Harbor Crab in Patchogue from 4 to
7pm. Please let John Ziermann know if you are
planning to attend. The restaurant will be
needing a head count. Pay at the door with exact
change or by check made out to LRIBYC ($40).
Even with the limited local ice, trophies will be
awarded. Also at the dinner, a DN North
American Championship regatta presentation will
be made as well as some mystery awards
As a final tribute to the 2016 season, hear the
Fat LADY sing on the Chickawaukie Ice Boat
web site. Title "Highlights of the CIBC 2016
Season". Great video by a great club.
Hope to see many of you at our Awards Dinner.
RSVP: John Ziermann: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of us did not get a chance to see each other on the ice.
WELL HERE'S YOUR CHANCE! AND
WE GOT A NEW PLACE!
The LRIBYC Annual Dinner will be Sunday April 17, 2016.
It is With Great Sadness That Our Club Has To Report That Rich Crucet Has Passed Away.
Rich taught us all how to sail ,race, build, be safe and most of all enjoy our ice-boating friends. He shared his home, his shop, his camper and his experience was passed on to all. We must follow his tracks and use and share the knowledge he instilled in each and every one of us.
To All You Tech Savvy Ice boaters With Smart Phones Check Out Our Mobile Site That is Now Up and Running
Lake Ronkonkoma Ice Boat and Yacht Club
The Lake Ronkonkoma Ice Boat and Yacht Club was founded
in 1923 on the premise of furthering the interest in the sport of ice boating.
Today we still stand by that noble cause with the vision of enjoying the sport
to its fullest and inspire others regionally, nationally and internationally to
partake in the fun and adventure that sailing on ice can bring.
GLOBAL WARMING ?
HAH....WATER IS ONLY TEMPORARILY THAWED OUT ICE