We encourage you to support the Lake Beulah Sailing School at their annual fundraiser, the Amazing Race, on July 9th.
Contact Dale Roble to donate items, events, or experiences for the Silent Auction before July 7th. These donations are an integral part of the fundraiser.
See below for complete event details
BLUE FLEET 1, 2, 3: Tilly Neimann(Geneva), JP Crabb (Chicago YC) and Mason Keane (Beulah)
RED FLEET 1, 2, 3: Carson Beomer (Cedar), Avery Keane (Beulah), Christian Connor (Beulah)
WHITE FLEET 1, 2, 3: Ivar Eiseman (Geneva), George Lillwitz (Beulah), Levi Braeger (Cedar)
GREEN Fleeters all smiles despite a windy day that kept many off the race course.
Magnificent Gull Lake hosted 50+ sailors aged 50 and over for the most welcoming, friendly event. The racing was championship quality with the likes of Eric Hood, Kinky (Dave Koch), - well, you get it, old names we have known forever - competing. FL, TX, NJ, MO, CO sent sailors to this beautiful, quiet water. Gull has been host to the over 110 boat X fleet, E events and now a major MC championship event.
Two Beulah sailors attended - Christy Will who traveled early to attend a two-day clinic taught by Ted Keller and Eric Hood. Christy won the practice race - seems no one told her the curse of the practice race. Nonetheless she was a superstar all week with loads of cheering as she rounded marks. - a real fan favorite. David Porter attended only the regatta portion. This is his first MC Masters Championship as he has converted from a C to an MC during Covid.
Photo above shows Will with her top female award and Porter his top ten award.
Haley Thomas, Michael Barr, John Porter, Chuck Lamphere, Charlie Kutschenreuter and Gordon Lamphere.
I-96 owned by Chuck Lamphere of Lake Geneva won 4th place at the National A Scow Championships. But look closely. From left is Haley Thomas, Michael Barr, John Porter, Chuck Lamphere, Charlie Kutschenreuter and Gordon Lamphere. That's a lotta Beulah!
The I-96 came out to blocks with a bang. They led wire to wire in race one. The I-96 has previously won the A scow nationals. This year's winner was Vincent Porter of Lake Geneva, second was T Freytag followed by Bo Freytag also of Lake Geneva. Michael Lynch was 5th, also of Lake Geneva. Missing was the Paul Reilly boat with Ben Porter and Peter Keck who did not sail due to Covid. The A's compete again at the ILYA Championships on Geneva. Full results here.
What a week for these two. Second at TRAP and now second at Quad. With finishes of , the duo topped the Beulah fleet at the regatta featuring sailors from Beulah, Cedar, Nagawicka, Pine, Oshkosh and Mendota (no boats this year). Caroline LeRoy and Natalie Angelo were 7th; Chandler Jarecki and Adele Brickler were 9th in the 31 boat fleet.
Team Beulah Wins Volleyball - there is sailing and then THERE'S VOLLEYBALL
Senior Beulah X boaters took 1-2-5! What a showing. Alex Mueller, fresh into the season due to an ankle injury, took first along with crew Mason Keane. Elisa Brandt and George Lillwitz sailed to a consistent second. Chandler Jarecki with Adele Brickler finished fifth in the 23 boat fleet. FULL SENIOR RESULTS HERE.
On the junior side, Mia Brandt and Molly Pluess were the top Beulah boat in fourth place followed in fifth by Christian Connor and Crosby Brickler. Hailey Greeson and Matthew Ward completed the trio of Beulah boats in the top ten. FULL JUNIOR RESULTS HERE
Coaches Augie Jarecki and Ashley Mueller with Beulah senior fleeters
Alex Mueller and Mason Keane - 1st Senior
Mia Brandt and Molly Pluess - 4th Junior
Elisa Brandt and George Lillwitz - 2nd Senior
Christian Connor and Crosby Brickler - 5th Junior
Chandler Jarecki and Adele Brickler - 5th Senior
Congrats, Beulah and on to GLSS!
5:00 Short races / 6:00 MC / 6:15 C
Joe Skotarzak, Mel Urben
Chase: Vicki Clayton, Christy Will
10:30 MC/X - Kent Haeger; Julie Haeger/Kathy Barth;
Chase David Sullivan/ Cullen Barr
1:30 C B/B - Chris Kubicek/ Dave Schultz/Brian Bellew;
Chase Christy Will/Joe Katcha
5:00 Opti/Laser - Anne Muller
Join in the fun for our youngest families.
$10 Adults | $8 Children
Yoga at the club Saturday morning 8:30-9:30am. Bring all your guests.
Bring your company over to the club for a casual Saturday night. Go exotic with your burger choice or stick with the classic basic burger. There's something for everyone!
Burgers (choice of Beef, Turkey or Veggie patties)
Kimchi, Gochujuang sauce, Fried egg
Bad breath (borrowed from the Weary Traveler in Madison)
Cream cheese, Carmelized onions, Mild picapeppa sauce, Garlic, Tomato, Green goddess dressing
Cheese, Mustard, Ketchup, Onion, Lettuce
Crispy onion, Sautéed mushrooms, Bbq sauce
Sweet Potato Fries
$12 adults | $8 children
Reserve by Sunday night, June 26th.
Pancakes by the committee - they are seasoned, experienced breakfast folks.
Pancakes, Sausage, Bacon, Fruit, Coffee, Juice
$12 adults | $10 children
Games and the Traditional Egg Toss. Will a new Champ be crowned?
This is a fun night of competition and comradery to support our Sailing School. It’s the only fundraiser held each year to support our Sailing School, (a 501c3 organization).
The event begins at 4:30 at the yacht club where the teams receive instructions for the Amazing Race. Everyone boards boats and heads to various locations around the lake. At each location there is a game to be completed (sports-themed, yard game, etc.). The games are intended for all ages and skill levels. After the games it’s back to the Yacht Club at 7:00 to socialize and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and a fabulous dinner by Toothpicks Catering. If you’re feeling lucky you can join in the Head or Tails competition or get a syndicate together for the Horse Race. A silent and live auction rounds out the evening.
Auction Donation - Please contact us if you have an item to donate. Past items include vacation homes/condos, restaurant gift certificates, sporting or other event tickets, unique dinners or personalized events sponsored by a family. Be creative!
Contact Dale Roble, firstname.lastname@example.org, 262.939.3390 to donate an auction item.
Book Dinner with author, Anne Goodwin
Reflections on a Cottage Life
Goodwin draws you in with a treasure trove of adventures and interludes with family and friends on and off the water. This beautifully crafted book is sprinkled with images of Wisconsin cottage life punctuated with recipes that echo a simpler time.
(available at Ink Link books on the square in East Troy)
Recipes selected from Tiny Kitchen Cooking, as found in the book. Catered by Toothpicks
Nanny’s Cucumber Salad
Ruth French’s Vidalia Onion Dip
Anne’s Grilled Tenderloin w/Bearnaise Sauce
Jeanne’s Wine Cake
$30 per person
Reserve by July 15th
An American Cookout
Italian Pulled Chicken Sandwiches from Hometown Sausage Kitchen
Dennis Smalley's Mac & Cheese
$13 Adult | $8 Child under 10
Please reserve by June 30th. If after, please contact Michaela Ward @ email@example.com to see if there are extra dinners.
Join us on the lake for another year of spectacular FIREWORKS. The order is placed; the show is better than last year but the prices have escalated. Please consider a donation of $50 or more to assist with the cost of running this volunteer effort.
Send your donation via check to PO Box 528, East Troy, WI 53120
or Venmo @Dale Roble-Treasurer or Zelle Lakebeulahfireworks@gmail.com
LBYC 2021 Champions
Kent Haeger & Michael Greeson - C Champions
Elise Brandt & Molly Pluess - X Champions
Chris Kubicek - MC Champion
Alex Mueller - Opti Champion
Lake Beulah Yacht Club
Phone: 262-642-4468 seasonal
Commodore -Randy Schmidt
Vice Commodore - Vicki Clayton
Rear Commodore - Tim Lange
Past Commodore - Kevin Brickler
Secretary - Andrea Lee
Treasurer - Candace Porter
House and Grounds - Greg Thomas
Social - Lisa Whittet
Yachtsman at Large - Jay Hiller
Bar Manager - Peg San Felippo
New member chair - Neal Klement
Interested in becoming a sponsor of Lake Beulah Yacht Club? Contact