Our 2019/2020 membership form is now available for download. It may be found in the "Membership" section, or you may click on the button below.
The 2019 LOSC Executive would like to wish all members and friends a very happy New Year. May the upcoming year be filled with fine winds and fine sailing!
All the best,
Rupert Holmes-Smith - Commodore
Brian Harvey - Vice-Commodore
Garry Ford - Past-Commodore
Scott Edwards - Secretary
Greg Sol - Treasurer
John Cowan - Director
Sheila Hawkins - Director
Jurgen Reinhards - Director
Stan Storwick - Director
Save the date for our annual general meeting! Our AGM is scheduled to take place on Saturday, December 1st, 2018.
Please come to the clubhouse at 4PM for some wine and cheese. The meeting will begin at 4:30PM.
A package of information will be distributed by email two weeks prior to the meeting.
Looking forward to seeing as many members there as possible!
It's time to tidy up the clubhouse and grounds for their winter sleep! Our final clean up will be Saturday, November 10th, at 10AM at the clubhouse.
Bring your rakes and gloves so we can do the leaves and tidy up the grounds. We will also clean inside the clubhouse to get ready for the AGM. Come lend a hand and it will be a quick and easy job.
A hearty lunch will be provided.
See you there!
It was wind-filled day this past Sunday when the LOSC hosted its Club Championship. Nine brave competitors took to the water. Unfortunately, the wind became too strong by early afternoon, and many sailors were unable to compete. Two races were completed before whitecaps drove the remaining sailors to the shore.
Congratulations go to Rupert Holmes-Smith for defending his title. He was re-awarded the "Ice Welcomer" trophy. New member Howard Carney came in second.
Heart-felt thanks go to the volunteers who literally chilled themselves to the bone in order to assist the sailors both on and off the water. Without their assistance, events like this simply can not happen. Volunteers are the glue that holds this club together. Thank you!
After the boats were put away, Stan Storwick recounted the history of the club. It's quite the story! If you missed it, be sure to get Stan to tell you.
The 55th anniversary of the club was then fêted with cake and, of course, an amazing potluck meal.