Answer: Ten, based on the small work-party that labored to make repairs while the water was low. The project was to restore the wood “bumpers” covering the concrete at the small hoist dock wall. The repair is intended to add one or two seasons before a more extensive project is necessary. One new feature is a ladder that will make it easier to get in and out of the boats with low water.
Dave Brown and the Lane Fire Authority are offering a free CPR class April 29 in the EYC clubhouse.
This is a hands only class and will cover choking and AED use. No card will be issued. This class is intended for Sail School volunteers, Race & Rescue committee, but is appropriate for anyone who wants to know the basics of what to do in an emergency situation.
The class is limited to 20 people. If more are interested, there may be another class scheduled. There is no cost, but registration is required.
It's no secret that the vast majority of members of Eugene Yacht Club are dedicated volunteers. They rebuild docks, run Sail School, cook up meals for hundreds, pull weeds. Whatever needs to be done, EYC members get it done. But the Membership/Marketing committee would like to ask members to give just a bit more. Why? Keep reading!
Every year volunteers teach sailing, rescue sailors and cook meals for campers and staff. We couldn’t do Sail School without volunteers!
Your help is essential, whether you come out for one day or for the entire week. This year Sail School is June 25-30.
Interested? Please fill out the Volunteer Information Form—even if you’ve volunteered before.
Please note that volunteers will need to complete a background check prior to Sail School.