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Changes to Camper Waiting List and Board Policy on Camper Sales

posted Jun 1, 2018, 9:23 AM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB

Earlier this year the Long-Range Planning Committee (LRPC) recommended that the club address the camper waiting list. The list has not been effective at its intended purpose – to provide an open and equitable process for all members. In May the Board of Governors accepted the recommendations and adopted policies that (1) there will now be a $200 application fee to be on the camper waiting list and (2) the Club will be active in exercising its option to buy a camper when it is to be sold. These actions in no way change the current camper leases or the process for selling a camper pursuant to the current leases.

The camper waiting list is now closed and will re-open on July 2nd, 2018. Active members wishing to be put on the new camper waiting list should mail a written request and a check for $200 to Augusta Sailing Club, PO Box 1938, Evans GA 30809. Your place on the list will be the order determined by postmark. In case of applications with the same post mark, the membership date will govern (as set out in the H&G rules). New applications will be accepted beginning on July 2nd. The list is closed and applications postmarked before that date cannot be accepted.

 

If you are currently on the camper waiting list, you must pay the $200 fee to maintain your position. If you are currently on the waiting list, but are not an Active member, you must return to active status and pay the $200 fee within 90 days of this notice.

As always, if a member wants to sell their camper, they should follow the procedures as outlined in the lease. When the Club exercises its right to purchase the camper, if the Club does not have another use for the spot, the Club will then sell it to the first member on the waiting list willing to purchase that camper at the Club’s purchase price.

Below is the text of the board Resolution passed 5/14/2018

 

1-Enact a $200 fee to be on the camper waiting list, giving those currently on the

list the option of maintaining their position by paying the fee with a required

response time of no more than two weeks. (This changes H&G rule 23.5.5 and will go into effect 30 days from notification to the membership).

 

2-Clear the current list of non-Active status members. Give the Sustaining members

the option of returning to Active status to remain on the camper waiting list in their

current position and pay the fee.

 

3-Enact a standing Board of Governors policy that on every occasion, the club will exercise the buy option as laid out in the Camper Lease.

 

4-Once the camper is in ASC possession, it will be offered by notice to everyone on

the camper waiting list or the BoG can opt to keep certain campers to continue to

be owned by the club.

 

Some questions and answers:

 

I am a new member. Can I get on the waiting list? The waiting list is open to members whose status is “Active.” The list will be open 30 days from this notice, on July 2nd, 2018.

 

I am on the camper waiting list now, do I keep my place? Yes, but you must pay the $200 application fee within 90 days of this notice.

 

I am on the waiting list now, but have transitioned to non-resident (Sustaining, Honorary) member status. Do I keep my place on the list?  Yes, but you must immediately return to Active member status and pay the $200 fee within 90 days of this notice.

 

If I am on the waiting list, and decline a camper that comes up, do I go to the bottom of the list? No. Your place on the list is determined by when you applied. Current rules do not make provisions for dropping people off the list.

 

I paid $3,000 for an old camper, and put a new $35,000 camper on the site. What will the club pay me if I want to sell my camper?  You should offer it to club at the fair market price for the camper. Details can be found in the Lease agreement, Section 9.

Past Commodores & New Member Reception

posted Apr 24, 2018, 6:53 PM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB   [ updated May 25, 2018, 11:18 AM ]

Past Commodores & New Member Reception

  Saturday, May 19th at 6:00pm  

Was a very nice evening at the club




Augusta Sailing Club Open House

posted Apr 7, 2018, 7:20 AM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB   [ updated May 6, 2018, 5:13 PM ]

Augusta Sailing Club Open House
Went well   Had 27 groups attend  


Wine Tasting

posted Feb 24, 2018, 7:12 AM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB   [ updated Mar 19, 2018, 7:10 AM ]

Was a very nice event with >100 guests
Thank you Candice and committee




   Bring your favorite Wine and a Food Dish to share

International Food and Craft Beer Night

posted Jan 22, 2018, 10:30 AM by Palmer Russell   [ updated Feb 18, 2018, 2:35 PM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB ]

Thank you to all the International Night volunteers (Jeff and Ginger Pope, Ashley Sweet, Sharon Carson, Sue Putnam) An even greater show of appreciation to Rene and Jay Hopkins and Micky and Johnnie Poole) who were instrumental in the preparation, operation, and cleanup following the event. The food and beverages were wonderful and a great time was had by all.    Palmer Russell
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Low Country Boil and Oyster Roast 2018

posted Dec 12, 2017, 11:05 AM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB   [ updated Jan 16, 2018, 10:50 AM ]

Low Country Boil and Oyster Roast 2018  
January 20, 2018 1:00 PM  

Should have RSVP'ed by Midnight January 14, 2018 to have ensuree we can accommodate you.

Cost will be $22 for adult (14 or older) meals. . Kids 13 or under are free.

After Jan.14, at the door / with No RSVP $25 and are on as available on limited basis!

Drinks will be provided and the Bar will be open.

Side dishes, salads and deserts to share are welcome. Bring your knives and gloves.

Contact Don Brigdon: text 706-589-5197 or Email dbrigdon@nu-z.net with questions

All food has been purchased


Annual Dinner & Club Elections

posted Oct 10, 2017, 10:37 AM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB   [ updated Nov 25, 2017, 7:15 AM ]


ANNUAL DINNER  

2018 Slate of Officers      

If you missed it,  It was a nice event

Saturday November 11, 2017

at the Legends Club, 2701 Washington Road, Augusta

Nominating Committee Report below

 ASC 2018 Flag Officers and Board of Governors Elected

Commodor: Dan Fodera

Officers and Board for 2018 

Flag Officers

Commodore            Dan Fodera

Vice Commodore     Jeff Annis

Rear Commodore    Rocky Kight

Secretary                Tim Tyler

Treasurer                Mike Walsh

Past Commodore     Jim Claffey

 

Governors-Returning-1 year remaining

1-David Poss

2-Harry Garcia

3-Mike Carstensen

4-Eli Putnam

 

Governors-New 2 year term

1-Chum Balk

2-Don Brigdon

3-Candace Dermody

4-Palmer Russell


2018 Vice Commodore Jeff Annis

Cruiser of the Year

Potty Award

2018 Rear  Commodore  Rocky  Kight



 

October Fest

posted Aug 17, 2017, 2:08 PM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB   [ updated Sep 14, 2017, 7:34 AM ]

Oktoberfest  Scheduled for  September  23:  Canceled

  We are cancelling the Oktoberfest. I’ve discussed this with Tim, Mike, and others; and we feel that with the aftereffects of the storm, damaged boats and club property, peoples’ hands are full and not really in the spirit to have a party. This is especially true considering we are just off Labor Day Regatta with Halloween looming. Next year we probably should look at something maybe early to mid November.

Mark.  Yarbrough

Camp Ivy

posted Jul 24, 2017, 8:37 PM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB   [ updated Jul 30, 2017, 8:32 PM ]

Camp Ivy great success again this year

A HUGE thank you to Augusta Sailing Club for a magical day sailing!  YMCA's Camp Ivey, a camp for Exceptional (special needs) campers wrapped up their last camp day at ASC. Certified sailing instructor Jim Holder kicked the morning off at the beach with a sailing tutorial that included a capsized boat and recovery. The day continued with sailors getting sail boats and a couple of power boats ready for time on the water.  Many thanks to the sailors Daniel Fodera, Michael Blier, Bob Rickerman, Kevin & Amy Kilchenstein, Rocky Kight, Jay & Rene Hopkins, Norman Michael, Brian Slater, Tim Buss, Jeffrey Holder for getting the campers on the water.  The campers were all smiles as they helped raise sails and steer the boats. After sailing...the day concluded with lunch at the club and sharing some first time sailing experiences.  Thanks also goes to Vince, Maddie & Gigi Miller and Mary Jane Harrison for setting up lunch.  The smiles, laughter and friendships made will forever be a magical day with very exceptional campers!

 Hugs to all,

Camp Ivey Campers and counselors

Augusta University Literacy Center Sailing Event

posted Jul 4, 2017, 7:24 AM by AUGUSTA SAILINGCLUB   [ updated Jul 16, 2017, 9:38 AM ]

Held, July  15,   17
The Augusta University Literacy Center tutors kids in reading skills.
 The sailing event culminates a week long camp of events designed to enlighten the girls with many different experiences.
They all appeared to have a great time  sailing.
Thanks sponsor:Bob Kaltenbach,   rfkaltenbach@bellsouth.net

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