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Plan to come at 1830 (6:30 PM). Our preliminary agenda: At general Social for approximately 30-minutes. A brief club discussion of club business and/or news. Be sure to bring your own beverages.
Plan to come at 1830 (6:30 pm) to socialize. MEMBER APPRECIATION NIGHT – a free event Our members are GOLDEN, and we’re celebrating YOU, our members, with a pre-meeting social time including lots of munchies and finger foods, and displays from our Board and committee members. Check out what they have in store for you this year […]
CMCS’s Great Chowder Cook-Off!!! Social (BYOB) starts at 1830, short club following the Chowder Cook-Off. (Rules: Anything you deem as chowder is CHOWDER!!) The Chowder will be judged on “Best Tasting” and “Best Presentation”, so set up your decorated tables, dress up, play music, be unique and have fun! Votes will be with dollar bills […]
Social (BYOB) starts at 6:30 PM, short club meeting around 7:30 PM in the Cape Coral Yacht Club Ballroom. Our September monthly membership meeting will feature the KICKOFF TO SUMMERSET! Please remember to WEAR A SUMMERSET T-SHIRT! The kickoff will feature: * Prize for the oldest Summerset T-Shirt * Prize for the most used (tattered/torn/paint […]
Social (BYOB) starts at 1830, short club meeting at 1900 in the CCYC.
Social (BYOB) starts at 1830, short club meeting when the Commodore feels like it. BUT, watch for a possible change. SPECIAL ACTIVITY – if the pandemic allows us to sagely meet – an Ice Cream Social!!!
Social (BYOB) starts at 1830, short club meeting when the Commodore feels like it. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES!!! Since CMCS is still encouraging “Social Distancing” due to the Corona-19 Pandemic, the club has scheduled a “Virtual Monthly Membership Meeting”! Carol Pim may be presenting some awards! All who raced in the Jerry Pim Memorial Estebel Night Race should PLEASE […]
Given the current conditions with COVID-19, the CMCS Board has decided the following actions: We are cancelling the March CMCS Membership meeting of Mar17. Also, we are postponing the ShrimpFest Dinner which was scheduled for Sunday, March 22nd. President Trump has declared a national state of emergency in the matter and Gov Ron DeSantis has […]
Cancelled!!! Due to the Corona virus risk. Social (BYOB) starts at 1830, short club meeting when the Commodore feels like it. Plan to come at 1830 (6:30 PM). Our preliminary agenda: At general Social for approximately 30-minutes. A brief talk by Edison Sailing Center’s sailor Sidney Monohan A brief club discussion of club business and/or news. Be […]
Fort Myers, Florida – The sailing club with the unusual name – Caloosahatchee Marching & Chowder Society (CMCS) – began celebrating a milestone achievement on Saturday. Their annual Change of Watch Banquet was held January 11th at the Marina at Edison Ford with live entertainment from The Pitbull of the Blues band and kicked off […]
It was standing room only Tuesday night as nearly 200 boaters and concerned residents met at the Cape Coral Yacht Club to discuss the ongoing algae problems in the Caloosahatchee River and a red tide that’s lingered off the coast since November. The Caloosahatchee Marching and Chowder Society held a panel discussion with experts from […]
The Tuesday night April Membership Meeting & Grill Night rocked! Mother Nature blessed us with a breezy warm day so the temperature in the CCYC Pavilion was perfect. Our skilled set-up crew came out early and flexed their muscles as we had to move a lot of tables around! Wrestling with the “fresh breeze” to […]
Hey Y’all! We just enjoyed a great Grill Night at the April Membership Meeting. We had approximately 50 attendees, and it seemed like a good time was had by all. Thanks to Bill Cook, Barry Long, Mike Ziegler and Tom Papia for keeping a super-hot fire going for the grilling – I know we got […]
We had a great crowd of over 90 people for the Society social hour, plus tonight we had a great presentation by Steve Colgate , world renowned sailor, instructor, promoter of sailing, and founder of the world famous Offshore Sailing School. His presentation reviewed his trips to Cuba – currently a very appropriate topic. Steve’s first trip to Cuba was in 1955, […]