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C, MC, X and Opti Sailing on the waters of Lake Beulah, East Troy, Wisconsin Since 1897
PO Box 833
N9220 East Shore Road
East Troy, Wisconsin 53120

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  New members 2017

  Elliott Alger
  Benjamin & Cynthia Kaska
  Porter McNeil
  Paul & Katie Osterholm
  Amelia Porter
  Ron and Peg San Felippo  
  David & Amy Schultz
  Kandace Theisen/Thomas          Scherwenka
  Matthew & Megan VanOpstall

  Bill Kercher
  Jack Komas
  Bruce Otto



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Opening Party
Saturday, May 27th  
6:15 Cocktails - 7:00 Dinner

Buffet Dinner
Crisp Garden Salad
assorted greens, grape tomatoes, shredded rainbow carrots, sliced cucumber,
Toothpicks house dressing or ranch
Assorted Dinner Rolls
Toothpicks Bourbon bbq Ribs
slow roasted, smothered in sauce
Summer Grilled Chicken
mango salsa served on the side
Roasted Baby Red Potatoes
Sautéed Seasonal Vegetables
tossed in herb butter

Desserts and service by your Board of Directors

Dinner served at 7PM sharp
Dinner $25 adult, $10 for children
Please send checks to LBYC, PO Box 833, East Troy, WI 53120
or pay by credit card here
Registration is required and due by Sunday, May 21st.
Contact person is Chrissy Kubicek.

Frank Davenport and Marty Barr sail the European Circuit

Andrew Bohl and David Sullivan Represent Beulah at the Black Tie

Andrew and David went down to Texas for the return of the Black Tie regatta. 6 races were sailed and Andrew finished 4th while David finished 6th out of 12. Full results Here
Kate Klement, Annie Sullivan and Mary Berg Qualify for Women's Nationals

Wisconsin won A and B division in their qualifiers April 8-9. Kate sailed the entire A division rotation, and Annie sailed 6 of the 9 races. The Honey Badgers ran away with the regatta with Annie winning every race she sailed, and Kate having many firsts and a worst finish of second place. They beat the second place team by 25 points with the Badgers final combined score of 23.

Mary's qualifier was on April 1-2. Tulane tied for first place and won the tie breaker qualifying their team for Nationals. Mary won B division solidifying this position for her team. Mary's scores (like Kate's) were all first or second place finishes. The girls will compete in the Women's ICSA championships in Charleston this Spring.

Lenten Fish Fry - April 7


Cullen Barr advances to the Elite Eight

So this may not be sailing news, but how often do you know someone who is playing basketball in the NCAA March Madness tournament. Beyond that how many of those people make it to the Elite Eight. The Xavier Musketeers have won their way into the Elite Eight. Cullen even played in the FSU game. Congrats to Cullen and his team on making it this far in the tournament. You have a proud yacht club behind you cheering you on, even when it busts our brackets.

Piers going in 3/16

The LeRoy's have their piers in and one happy dog. Photo credit: Marie LeRoy

6 MCs from Beulah compete in Midwinters

  6 MC's from Beulah traveled down to Lake Eustis Florida for the MC Midwinters this past weekend. 60 boats competed in 5 races. John Porter was Beulah's top finisher getting 11th overall and winning the most important race of all, the last race (race to the dock). Al Haeger was not far behind in 16th place and was the 3rd Grand Master. Andrea Jarecki was the top female getting 22nd overall. Chris Kubicek placed 29th, Steve Rotier finished 41st. Dennis Smalley was 57th and 3rd mega master.

David Porter named Commodore of Inland Lake Yachting Association

David Porter was named the commodore of the Inlands last weekend at the ILYA board meeting up in White Bear, Minnesota. He will be the head and face of the organization for a two-year term. Other Beulah members on the board include Marty Barr, John Porter and former Beulah member Peter Keck. Dave Berg serves as the Executive director of the ILYA and will work hand in hand with David Porter throughout his term. David and Candace Porter are the first husband wife pair to have served as commodores of the ILYA. Candace still serves the ILYA in many facets, the most prominent being the editor of the organization's web newsletter Scowlines.

4 Beulah MCs Migrate for Winter- Augie Jarecki Top Junior

Chris Kubicek (10th), Al Haeger (12th), Augie Jarecki (20th and top junior), and Steve Rotier (30th) competed February 3-5 in Lake Eustis Florida for the Train Wreck Regatta. Congrats Augie on top junior pictured above in the 2448. Full results here

Lenten Fish Fry at Club - March 10, 2017
Register Here by Time
6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00
Limited to 24 per seating - Invite your neighbors and friends
Checks will be prepared separately
Tax and Tip will be collected with your bill

Greeson Sailor of Day - Dunsworth Facebook
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Steph Roble Sailing Melges 20s in Miami
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Andrea Sullivan Named Jan Sailor of Month

andrea Sullivan collegeFrom Wisconsin Sailing Team

It's still January! This month, the Sailor of the Month award goes to junior Annie Sullivan. At the Sugar Bowl regatta in New Orleans, she sailed very well in tough conditions, placed second in A-Division, and was awarded the Rachelle Anne Rees Memorial Trophy for being the top female skipper. Over the past three years, Annie has been a great example on the Wisconsin Sailing Team and always pushes hard to improve and be her best. Congrats Annie!
Roble Competes in Sailing World Cup - Miami

steph in miamiOn her quest to the 2020 Olympic Games, Steph Roble and Maggie Shea begin their voyage. Roble competes Jan 24-28 in the 49er Fx class. 
 Beulah Boasts
Two Nominees for
 2016 Rolex Yachtswoman of Year

   Annie Haeger and Stephanie Roble are the past two years' recipients of the prestigious US Sailing Rolex Yachts- woman of the Year. This year both women are short-listed for their 2016 accomplishments.
   Annie, along with her Olympic partner, Briana Provancha, represented the US courageously in Rio. They were also the South American Silver Medalists.
           Stephanie is a part of a winning Melges 20 team and was 2nd in the world in the Women's International Matchracing Series. The ceremony is held annually at the NYYC in Manhattan.March 2, 2017 the winner will be announced.
   While Haeger has not announced her 2020 intentions, Roble has teamed with Chicago sailor Maggie Shea and is preliminarily committing to a 2020 campaign in the 49er FX boat. She will attend her first regatta with an alternate crew in late January in Miami

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 Andrea Sullivan Named
Sugar Bowl Top Female Sailor

   The University of Wisconsin Sailing Team traveled to New Orleans over winter break to compete in the annual Sugar Bowl regatta. Both Andrea and Scotty Sullivan competed in the A division; Andrea finished 2nd and Scotty in 4th. Andrea walked away with the Top Female Award. She is the third Beulah sailor to take this award -- Anne Muller and Christine McNeil also won the award WAY BACK WHEN!!

2016-17 Officers of LBYC

Commdore Al Haeger
Sailing Commodore Steve Barth
Asst. Sailing Commodore Joe Skotarzak
Secretary Bridgette Bonifield
Treasurer Jeff Mueller
Social Chrissy Kubicek
House and Grounds John Porter
Yachtman at Large Steve Rotier
Past Commodore Vicki Bohl
Thanks to Chris Kubicek, Hardy Will and Molly Barr for their service.

2016 LBYC Champions

Opti Champ - Jonah Boykin
X Champs - Brigit Barr and Caroline LeRoy
MC Champ - Al Haeger
C Champ - Kent Haeger and Mike Greeson
Bill Berman Service Award - Beth Kreinbrink
US Sailing Sportsmanship and Katcha Award - Annie Kate Haeger
Klement X Regatta Champ - Brigit Barr and Caroline LeRoy
LBSS Student of the Year - Maggie Probst

July 14-16 ILYA MC Invitational

Social Package Registration
Boat Registration

Sept 9-10 George Dorn MC Regatta

Social Packageand Boat Registration

Sept 23-24 Nan Norris Beulah Challenge C Regatta

Social Package and Boat Registration

C/MC/X/Opti calendars

Google Regatta calendars

April 28 - Private Rental
April 29 - Private Rental
May 20 - Sailing Commences
May 27 - Opening Party
June 10 - Private Rental

OF 2016
MS - 11.18.16

Welcome Neal Klement as the new Mainsheet editor.  Please send photos or articles his way.

2016 Regatta Results

2016 WYA X results

2016 NNN Challenge Results
2016 George Dorn results
LBSS Opti RWB      2016 LBSS Opti Green