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Butch Rosier @butchrosier 28 May Bill Sinak @bsinak 29 Apr Good Luck to all the Future Cavaliers participating in the CYC Track Meet this. Minutes from CYC Town Meeting July 21 Present: with the membership and the community at large; To continue to develop the sailing programs to meet membership needs Ø We seem to be on track with the wall(s) at the beach. Track. Updated Tuesday July 24, by CYC Office. CYC TRACK SEASON CYC KEN BIERMANN MEMORIAL TRACK MEET. For questions concerning.
Oct 05, Next Wednesday, students will have an opportunity to participate in the 40 Days for Life movement by traveling to Planned Parenthood in St. Louis for a morning of prayer for the unborn. Oct 04, Jazz Cafe Do you like cookies? Do you like music? Why not enjoy both at the same time? Oct 04, Tomorrow is Mom's Shopping Night!
Lots of new Under Armour has just arrived. Read more to signup!!! Sep 29, Tennis Shutout! Duchesne swept all 3 doubles matches and got singles wins from Yunis Maldonado and Renate Mueller to close out the match.
There were 62 golfers and only 15 qualified for individual play in sectionals. Congratulations Jessica and good luck next Monday at Redfield! Sep 21, Spirit week has been a blast!
Take a look a the winter vs summer photos Shorts are always will be a great thing to compliment every theme this week!!! Chandie Colclasure and Amy Jung won silver medals at the 1 doubles flight while Abby Rothweiler and Hayley Jackson brought home gold medals by going undefeated at the 2 doubles flight.
Dates for the trip are Januaryand signups will close the first week in October. There will be an informational meeting for any interested in the chapel tomorrow during Advisory. Van Diest in Campus Ministry for more details and to signup. Sep 16, Today's Mass intention was for our grandparents. Read more to make your reservation! The bell will ring at 7 PM. Doors will open at 6: Sep 12, Seniors, still looking for that perfect university? Why not sign up for a visit with a college representative at Duchesne?
Read more for a complete list? Sep 08, Varsity soccer and football games at St. Mary's will be streamed live. Read more for the link! Parents are invited to join us!
Sep 02, Due to the high number of activities scheduled for September 6, we are going to move the Back to School Night to September 13, one week later. Sorry for any inconvenience this will cause. Sep 01, Every Friday mass will be celebrated in the Chapel at 7: All are invited to attend. Sep 01, Congratulations to both the varsity and JV girls tennis teams for stellar performances on Wednesday. The varsity girls improved to as they defeated Hazelwood West and the JV girls won Sep 01, A memorial Mass in honor of Mr.
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The first race starts at 4pm. Come cheer on your racing pioneers before you head to the football game tonight! Aug 26, Calling all Duchesne that want to get fit or increase their strength: The Fitness Center will be open Monday-Thursday from 3 - 4: Aug 25, Football, volleyball and seniors, please turn-in your orders to Mrs.
Bucher in the main office by Friday! Aug 22, Congratulations to the girls tennis team on their win over Notre Dame on Friday. Duchesne swept all 3 doubles matches and won 4 of the 6 singles matches. Read more for details! Aug 16, Tuesday, August 16, the bell will ring a 7: We will start with period 1 - let the fun begin!!! Aug 16, Like to run? Looking for a way to get in shape for winter or spring sports tryouts? Duchesne Cross Country is accepting members!
No previous experience required. Aug 15, Sync your personal calendar with the Duchesne calendar. Aug 09, All new parents and freshman parents are welcome to a free back to school BBQ on Monday, August 15 at 6 pm.
Parents will have the opportunity to meet the administration. A great opportunity to see all the new spirit items at the Trading Post, put money on your meal cards and take care of back to school business.
Jun 21, Students, are you bored and looking for a "good read"? Why not read your summer reading assignment?!! Jun 21, New Pioneers! Don't forget to sign-up for tech orientation and gather your paperwork for freshman year.
Jun 03, Congratulations to the girls soccer team with their 4th State Championship in four years! We are so proud of you! May 31, Mitch Fairless '18 took second place in the state high jump championship, clearing 6'7".
Earning fourth was Will Fairless '16 earned fourth place with a 6'5"jump in the competition. May 27, Congratulations to the boys baseball team for their outstanding season! The Board in conjunction with the Finance Committee is working on a process for investing this money and safe guarding it for possible future investments in the Club, a means of generating some money for operating use, and at the same time protecting this money so that the Club is able to have the security of a contingency fund, which is currently non-existent.
Everyone is tightening expenses and looking for opportunities to increase revenue. The receivables and delinquent accounts are in good shape. The Finance Committee will be working with the Board to develop an investment and usage policy for the fund. The budget preparations are in process with help from the Board and Finance Committee. Operating and capital budgets, dues and fees schedule will be presented to the membership at the Annual Meeting in October.
The Finance Committee is reviewing financial polices this year for any changes that may be required. House Chairperson John McStravick said that his goals are to: John is not certain that we can attain break even, but that is his goal.
John appreciates the feedback that he receives from Club members. The chef gets all of the reports that John receives. If anyone has one to donate, it would be appreciated. Buildings and Grounds Chairperson Ray Teeter said that his goals are to: Keep up with routine duties, including maintenance of landscaping and trees.
Ray can get the cost estimates this year, and he hopes to see the work done before he leaves the board. Maintain the wood steps that go down to the waterfront. Ray has installed new line floats for the swimming area, put down new beach sand, and installed some new signs.
Chuck Perfetti and Tally Gwynn donated the money to pay for the new sand. Ray is building a trash can enclosure for Shark Park and will plant a lilac bush at the top of the steps leading to the Clubhouse. The wood frame for the lower level Clubhouse door is rotting. Ray is getting an estimate on repairing the wood frame. Ray will improve the look of the waterfront shed. Corporate Secretary Pat Lewis-Keefe said her goals are to: Therefore, CYC needs to find someone who can help with the data collection process.
An update to the directory will be sent to the members in the August 1 billing. Members are encouraged to submit stories and photos to be published in the Downbuoy.
Businesses can rent the red room for meetings and use the screen. The goal is for large groups to experience CYC and perhaps for some people to join as members. Membership Chairperson Deb McKeown reported that her goals are: To maintain a steady membership level Establish a legacy junior membership for children and grandchildren of existing members Continue collaboration with Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce to increase CYC exposure in the community and recruit viable business members Work with the social committee to promote social activities as a vehicle to recruit Focus advertising dollars on social media Work with the Opti Fleet and other CYC members with young families to recruit families.
Deb recognized those on the membership committee who are working very hard to develop and implement our membership program. They have met on a regular basis over the past year and have implemented our existing membership program as well as developed and used new marketing ideas.
As of July 20,the new member status is 6 Business 4 were proposed for the budget5 Regular 4 were proposed for the budget9 Associate Regular 4 were proposed for the budget5 comps, 2 Junior 0 were proposed for the budget5 Life 4 were proposed for the budget4 Youth 3 were proposed for the budget14 LOA 5 were proposed for the budget.
Membership recruiting efforts are working. In all classes of membership there are larger numbers of new members than what was projected.
The number of resignations for the season has been alarming. The membership committee feels that this large number is due to an aging club population as well as the difficult economic conditions in which our country remains.
In addition to resignations, 14 members requested LOA due to economic or health situations that prevented them from utilizing the club. Highlights of Membership Efforts to Date: Developed and implemented a two for one membership program.
At this time 4 members have utilized this program. The membership committee is currently reviewing other options including radio and professional journals. Developed and implemented a three day weekend pass program.
We have phased out the Open House that has been done over the last many years and replaced it with a three day pass program. Potential members are given a tour by a membership committee member, provided the opportunity to use the clubhouse and waterfront from a Friday until Sunday. The potential member then receives a follow up call from a membership committee member regarding joining the club.
Actively recruited those involved in the sailing lesson program. The membership committee has combined advertising with the sailing program; and at the conclusion of a sailing class session someone from membership speaks directly to those who are taking lessons.
Continued to support non-profit organizations with donations of comp memberships with the goal of retaining the member after the one year membership. Worked closely with the Communications Subcommittee regarding reaching potential members.
Have hosted two CYC classes for new members. The next class will be August 4th at 12 noon. This is an opportunity for new members to meet with the Board, Flag, and Club Manager for a brief informal presentation and have questions answered.
Have continued the Mentorship Program. Carol Scuro continues to do a wonderful job matching new members with existing members to provide a smooth transition into club life. Approximately 90 dinners were served. Feedback from the House Committee was very positive.
Commodore Rick Richmond reported for the Flag. Three courses have been taught in water and boat safety. There will be an Introduction to Racing class on Wednesday, July 24, starting at 5: