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September 2008 Camaraderie on the Water Volume 236
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PhIIIp ChampIIn PhIIIp ChampIIn PhIIIp ChampIIn PhIIIp ChampIIn 1 11 1
Scott Messenger Scott Messenger Scott Messenger Scott Messenger 2 22 2
Iason LewIs Iason LewIs Iason LewIs Iason LewIs 3 33 3
Larry Sharp Larry Sharp Larry Sharp Larry Sharp 7 77 7
Iudy Nunan Iudy Nunan Iudy Nunan Iudy Nunan 8 88 8
Sarah MassIno Sarah MassIno Sarah MassIno Sarah MassIno 10 10 10 10

EIIzabeth Moore EIIzabeth Moore EIIzabeth Moore EIIzabeth Moore 11 11 11 11

8ob KaItreIder 8ob KaItreIder 8ob KaItreIder 8ob KaItreIder 19 19 19 19
MIsty KaIdreIder MIsty KaIdreIder MIsty KaIdreIder MIsty KaIdreIder 22 22 22 22

Robert Parker Robert Parker Robert Parker Robert Parker 22 22 22 22
Margaret 8urgess Margaret 8urgess Margaret 8urgess Margaret 8urgess 23 23 23 23
LIII KeatIng LIII KeatIng LIII KeatIng LIII KeatIng 24 24 24 24
8ob CurIey 8ob CurIey 8ob CurIey 8ob CurIey 25 25 25 25
Seeta KruIdenIer Seeta KruIdenIer Seeta KruIdenIer Seeta KruIdenIer 26 26 26 26
Dan Robson Dan Robson Dan Robson Dan Robson 26 26 26 26
LInda NuttIng LInda NuttIng LInda NuttIng LInda NuttIng 27 27 27 27
RegI PoehImann RegI PoehImann RegI PoehImann RegI PoehImann 28 28 28 28
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September 2008 September 2008 September 2008 September 2008
September 5
Hosts: Barney & Evelyn
Silveri
Potluck

September 12
Hosts: Bob & Joyce Craven
and Dan & Leslie Robson
Mexican Fiesta
Chili Colorado
Rice, Beans, Salad
and Dessert

September 19
Hosts: Avi & Wendy Strugo
Bring your own meat to grill

September 26
Hosts: Mike & Matt Behrens
and Bill & Elizabeth Moore
Surprise Dinner!
8ob & CIorIa CordeIro 8ob & CIorIa CordeIro 8ob & CIorIa CordeIro 8ob & CIorIa CordeIro 4 44 4
Ken & NaIdene Craham 10 Ken & NaIdene Craham 10 Ken & NaIdene Craham 10 Ken & NaIdene Craham 10
CIay & Mary Parker CIay & Mary Parker CIay & Mary Parker CIay & Mary Parker 12 12 12 12
8ob & MIsty KaItreIder 8ob & MIsty KaItreIder 8ob & MIsty KaItreIder 8ob & MIsty KaItreIder 14 14 14 14
Fos & SusIe PrItchett 18 Fos & SusIe PrItchett 18 Fos & SusIe PrItchett 18 Fos & SusIe PrItchett 18
KeIth & RegI PoehImann19 KeIth & RegI PoehImann19 KeIth & RegI PoehImann19 KeIth & RegI PoehImann19
Iames & Mary Robbers 23 Iames & Mary Robbers 23 Iames & Mary Robbers 23 Iames & Mary Robbers 23
CraIg & Margaret 8urgess25 CraIg & Margaret 8urgess25 CraIg & Margaret 8urgess25 CraIg & Margaret 8urgess25
Howard & CIaudIa SImon26 Howard & CIaudIa SImon26 Howard & CIaudIa SImon26 Howard & CIaudIa SImon26
8III & DenIse CoIIIeId 8III & DenIse CoIIIeId 8III & DenIse CoIIIeId 8III & DenIse CoIIIeId 30 30 30 30
$11,9(56$5,(6 $11,9(56$5,(6 $11,9(56$5,(6 $11,9(56$5,(6
birthdays
Friday Night Dinners
Cocktails 5:30 p.m.
Dinner 7:00 p.m.


Larry Wolfe
Rear Commodore
Jon Lander
Commodore
August has been a busy
& fun month. Mark Cor-
deiro brought in a couple
of truck loads of gravel
for our parking lot and on
August 6
th
Tom Nunan
and Bob Weeks wet the
gravel down while Norm
Madsen spread it with his
tractor. What a differ-
ence! Great job!
August 7
th
found Clay
Parker and me shoveling
out 5 years worth of
ashes from the BBQ.
When the PG&E crew
came to install the new
gas meter, Clay was able
to explain our gas needs.
PG&E installed a large
gas meter. The gas line
under the club house is
done thanks to Al Muel-
ler and his son-in-law,
Chris Fultz.
Tom Nunan and Bill
Newton adjusted the new
5 MILE---NO WAKE
buoy south of our dock.
Just maybe it will slow
the speeders down.
The “Peddlers Fair”
cruise on August 8-9-10
to Benicia was great.
Mark Cordeiro was our
cruise director. The
weather was wonderful as
was the Friday night
Prime Rib dinner at the
Benicia Yacht Club.
And, don’t forget the one
man band. We all
shopped until we dropped
and each found a special
treasure and one ugly
find. Chris Fultz won
First Prize with his ugly
find.
On August 13
th
, Ken
Graham held a class on
Tides. It was attended by
12 members. Everyone
walked away with more
knowledge of the tides.
Clay Parker
Vice Commodore
Here we are in the middle of our summer, but it is
beginning to look like some trees are starting to change
colors already. Confusion in the Valley and on the
River?
Since I have been spending a good deal of time at
our clubhouse (along with many others) our own
changes are really showing now. Much improvement in
the parking and relocation of the sheds are making the
club available to more of our members and community
for social events. You need to come and look things
over even though there is more in the works.
Some Friday Night Dinners have become a bit of
concern in that a few have been less than well attended
so costs exceeded income. Our desire to meet the ex-
pectations of our members sometimes causes planning
for a larger participation than actually happens. We may
start a process of contacting members by e-mail or tele-
phone prior to a Friday dinner to get a handle on how
many to expect. We certainly do not want to be waste-
ful in our planning for a crowd and have a lot of food
left over.
Labor Day weekend will see the Benicia Yacht Club
at the dock with 16 boats. That weekend is also the
Friends of the Napa River celebration downtown, so we
will not have our own cruise-in at that time. The Friends
do want to have some boats come to the downtown area
for the “concert on the river” and fireworks to follow,
so if you are interested or able please do so. Even if a
skiff or kayak/canoe is your transport they will love to
have a presence at their big event.
We keep plugging away on getting a new expanded
lease in place with the City of Napa. Thanks to an ini-
tiative by Staff Commodore Avi Strugo and some strat-
egy planning by Commodore Jon Lander with Steve
Vartan’s valuable history of our lease we are going to
finish this process in the near term or sink to the gun-
wales trying. I think we will be successful…..
There has been some discussion about whether our
club should host other clubs during holiday periods. If,
for instance, we want a cruise-in of our own shouldn’t
we have the dock and clubhouse available for our use?
The Board of Directors has directed me to run a survey
of member’s thinking, so standby for a very brief ques-
tionnaire you can respond to by return e-mail.
Mike Noonan, our “Web Guy” has put our NVYC
site members only access information in a previous
newsletter. It is mynvyc.. For security purposes, in the
near term I will resend the password I have used it and
it works.
Have a safe and fun time on the water and join us at
the club!
,
FROM THE
FLAG
BRIDGE
September 2008
The year seems to be flying by. I cer-
tainly am enjoying the mild weather and
lots of outdoor time in the garden. Now to
work in more time with the boat…
The nominating committee has been busy
in an effort to make nominations for 2009 in
time for the fall general meeting. Members
Diane Brown, Mary Parker, Mike Noonan,
Kurt Stahr and Art Lewis plus Chair Avi
Strugo have submitted nominations that are
noticed in this newsletter and on the club
bulletin board. If anyone would want to be
added to this slate, the by-laws spell out a
petition process to become nominated.
Nominations are not taken at the time of
election. Petitions signed by 10 voting
members must be submitted to the Club
Secretary (Bob Weeks) 15 days before the
election. I am calling a General meeting,
including the election, on October 3 at 6
PM. This is a pot-luck night so we will
have our meeting before the meal. This
makes petitions due by September 18
th
. Do
come to the meeting and participate in the
election.
My nominee for outstanding person pro-
moting Camaraderie on the Water this
month is Ken Graham. I hope you are tak-
ing advantage of his monthly class sessions
on seamanship and important knowledge
the helps keep us safe on the water. I have
found the classes informative and fun and
really appreciate Ken’s preparation and
presentation time. To have a resource like
Ken, who is willing to share his knowledge,
is great for our club.
September and October have several op-
portunities for cruising. Sign up early and
help the cruise Captains plan for a great
time. Our Deck application will be heard
by the NCFCWCD Technical Advisory
Panel on August 27. With their blessing,
we can apply for the deck building permit
soon after. Stay tuned for construction de-
tails.
The Annual Creek to Bay Cleanup Day
will be September 20
th
. There will be a
volunteer station in front of our club house.
Join in helping us keep the section of river-
bank around our club picked up. It is a
worthwhile event. Enjoy our extended sum-
mer! See you at the club or on the water!



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Carole Terry and Roger Umbdenstock were married on August 18, 2008. The wedding took place at the Win-
dermere Inn overlooking the ocean in Indialantic, Florida. Carole's granddaughter was married the day before
on the 17th at Cocoa Beach so the children and grandchildren plus Roger's cousins from Florida were able to
attend. August has proved to be an exciting month as they also moved into their new home at 120 South New-
port July 28th,then Roger left for a fishing trip (planned a year ago) to Alaska on August 3rd returning on the
8th in time to get packed and leave for Florida on the 13th. After their wedding on the 18th tropical storm Fay
trapped them in their hotel at Cocoa Beach for three days. Needless to say, they were very happy to get home
on the 220d and resume unpacking and getting settled. Roger is a volunteer with the Highway Patrol and also at
the Queen of the Valley. Carole loves to play bridge and golf, and they both love entertaining and being on the
water boating and fishing.




September 1, 2008
Napa Valley Yacht Club: Regular Members and Ancient Mariner
The Nominating Committee comprised of Avi Strugo, Diane Brown, Mary Parker, Mike Noonan,
Kurt Stahr and Art Lewis has placed in nomination the following for the 2009 calendar year:
Commodore- Clay Parker
Vice Commodore Larry Wolfe
Rear Commodore Dirk Kruidenier
Secretary Bob Weeks
Treasurer James Robbers
Director (2 Year term) Bill Newton
Avi Strugo
Lynn Prichett
The election and General Meeting has been set for October 3, at 6 PM (before the evening pot-
luck).
Other nominations may be made by petition of ten voting members, provided such petition is filed
with the Secretary of the Club not less than fifteen days prior to the election (September 18). No
nominations shall be made from the floor at the election meeting. (Club by-laws)
Each member unit has a vote. Please attend the General Meeting of October 3, 2008 and cast your
vote for the 2009 leadership of our club. New officers will be installed at the Change of Watch on
December 13, 2008 to be held at Napa Valley Country Club.
Jon Lander
Commodore, 2008
PICYA/ RBOC Celebrate
The hottest issue for the Recreational Boaters of California recently has been trying to
win an exemption from the federal Environmental Protection Agency, Clean Water Act
for recreational boaters. Some time ago a federal judge had ruled that the “assumed” ex-
emption that had been on-going for a number of years was not valid. Recreational boat-
ers did need to obtain water discharge permits to pump bilges, wash decks, or any other
activity that created a discharge to open water. The deadline for compliance was set for
Oct 1, 2008.
PICYA discussed the ramifications of this judicial order and its impact on recreational
boating. RBOC joined with Boat US to find a legislative method to make it clear that
the Clean Water Act did not mean separate permits for every boat. This year this legisla-
tion was introduced as S 2766 in the Senate and HR 5949 in the House.
The good news is that the federal legislation did pass and was signed into law by the
President in August. That means that the threat of having to apply for, and keep current,
a Discharge Permit has been removed. The responsibility of not adding pollutants to our
waterways remains. Please remain vigilant about keeping oil, sewage and toxic cleaners
separate from our water. Embrace the “Clean Marina” efforts that are promoted through
out this state and others and continue to demonstrate that a permit is not necessary for
the large body of recreational boaters who care very much about having clean water.


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August 26, 2008
STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF BOATING AND WATER-
WAYS
2000 Evergreen Street, Suite 100, Sacramento, California 95815
http://www.dbw.ca.gov
Contact:
Alexia Retallack, Department of Fish and Game, (916) 322-8944
Gloria Sandoval, Department of Boating and Waterways, (916) 263-0788
Steve Lyle, Department of Food and Agriculture, (916) 654-0462
Roy Stearns, Department of Parks and Recreation, (916) 654-7538
AGENCIES ASK BOATERS TO “CLEAN, DRAIN AND DRY” FOR HOLIDAY
WEEKEND –
HELP TO PREVENT SPREAD OF INVASIVE MUSSELS
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thcIr bnats tn stnµ thc sµrcad nf harmfu! InvasIvc mussc!s. Prnµcr!v c!canIng and drvIng
bnats wI!! a!sn hc!µ thcm avnId quarantIncs nr bcIng turncd awav frnm a watcr dcstIna-
tInn.
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µartmcnt nf FIsh and Gamc (DFG) DIrcctnr Dnna!d Knch. "Thc sµrcad nf thcsc mussc!s
thrcatcns watcr dc!Ivcrv svstcms, hvdrnc!cctrIc facI!ItIcs, agrIcu!turc, rccrcatInna! bnatIng
and fIshIng, and thc cnvIrnnmcnt In gcncra!. Bnatcrs shnu!d bc µrcµarcd fnr InsµcctInns
thrnughnut thc statc that wI!! hc!µ cnsurc Ca!IfnrnIa's watcr bndIcs rcmaIn mussc!-frcc."
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and Watcrwavs (DBW) urgcs bnatcrs tn µ!an fnr µnssIb!c !aunch rcstrIctInns and Insµcc-
tInns bv ca!!Ing watcr bndIcs bcfnrc !cavIng hnmc. Prngrams and rcquIrcmcnts varv and
can changc raµId!v.
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nr rcquIrcmcnts," saId DBW DIrcctnr Ravnnr T. TsuncvnshI. "At snmc !ncatInns, µntcn-
tIa!!v cnntamInatcd vcssc!s - thnsc nnt µrnµcr!v c!cancd, draIncd and drIcd - cnu!d bc
turncd awav."


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c!udIng !nwcr nutbnard unIts, c!can and drv !Ivcwc!!s and baIt buckcts and dIsµnsc baIt-
fIsh In thc trash. Watcrcraft shnu!d bc drIcd fnr at !cast fIvc davs bctwccn !aunchcs In dIf-
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mussc!s, safcguard bnats and µrcscrvc hIgh qua!Itv fIshcrIcs.
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vcssc!s tn cnsurc thcv arc grantcd acccss," saId Rnv 5tcarns, sµnkcsman fnr Ca!IfnrnIa
5tatc Parks (Parks). "Bnatcrs shnu!d bc µrcµarcd tn havc thcIr bnats Insµcctcd and wc
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bnat hu!!s and stccrIng cquIµmcnt. Mussc!s attachcd tn watcrcraft nr traI!crs can bc trans-
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2008.
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Quagga mussc!s at 1-866-440-9530.
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Sally and I had the pleasure of having a great lunch on a Tuscan Villa
near San Gimignano.







A GREAT WHITE WINE OF TUSCANY
Vernaccia di San Gimignano

Famed as the first wine in Italy to be granted D.O.C status,
Vernaccia di San Gimignano was once hailed as Italy's finest
white wine. If its only competition were still countless dull
whites made from Trebbiano then this would probably still
hold true - fortunately there are now good Chardonnays, Sau-
vignons and Pinot Blancs in the ring with it.
Vernaccia (this is also the name of the grape) is usually a well
made, crisp and dry white with delicate fruit. Maybe not a great
expensive wine, but a reliable and enjoyable one.
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OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, CREW
Board Members
Commodore Jon Lander 265-9003
Vice Commodore Clay Parker 224-0188
Rear Commodore Larry Wolfe 253-9158
Secretary Bob Weeks 253-2276
Treasurer James Robbers 253-9052
Staff Commodore; Avi Strugo 224-8707
Directors
Charlie Agnew 255-8115 Scott Brown 255-0885
Bill Newton 224-0306 Nancy Weeks 253-2276
Tom Nunan 252-7928 Bill Coffield 224-4429
Staff Chairs - Vice Commodore
Port Captain Bill Newton 224-0306
Galley: Nancy Weeks 253-2276
Social Chair Mary Parker 224-0188
Bar Captain Don Buresh/Sharon Phillips 548-2545
OD Coordinator: Linda Sharp 226-7488
(supplies) Bob & Marla Stephenson 255-6012
Bob and Judee Stemmer 255-9137
Chairs - Rear Commodore
Fleet Captain: Scott Brown 255-0885
Web Mike Noonan 224-3647
Newsletter Philip Craig 260-4596
Newsletter Sally Servidio 224-6972
Advertising Carole Terry 252-3098
Merchandise Angela & Art Lewis 252-8586
Membership Evelyn Silveri 255-1254
Bldg. & Grounds Tom Nunan 252-7928
Public Relations Lynn Pritchett 255-6619
Other Staff - Commodore
Long Range Planning Steve Vartan 224-6553
Telephone Kathy Nord 255-1804
Sunshine Evelyn Silveri 255-1254
Christmas Seniors Karen Agnew 255-8115
PICYA Delegates Maxine Maas 255-4110
Jon Lander 265-9003
Larry Wolfe 253-9158
8 Bells Committee Evelyn Silveri 255-1254
Jackie Finnegan 255-6638 Kathy Nord 255-1804
.
NVYC PAST COMMODORES
1987-1988 Fos Pritchett
1989 Jim Garcia (Dec’d)
1990-1991 George Donald (Dec’d)
1992 Kathy Nord
1993 Gary Schager
1994 Chuck Miller (Dec’d)
1995 Joe Ramos
1996 Wayne Friesel
1997-1998 Ria Donald
1999 Susie Pritchett
2000 Steve Vartan
2001 Dan Robson
2002 Bill Newton
2003 Mary Herschend-Robbers
2004 Carol Willis
2005 Bob Keating
2006 Sherrill Schager
2007 Avi Strugo

Board Meeting
Meeting called to order at 5:30, July 8, 2008 at
NVYC Club House.
Present: Jon Lander, Larry Wolfe, Bob
Weeks, James Robbers, Scott Brown, Charlie
Agnew, Bill Coffield, Nancy Weeks, Bill New-
ton and Tom Nunan.
Excused: Clay Parker.
Previous month's minutes approved by James
Robbers and seconded by Larry Wolfe.
We received a thank you note from the Friends
of the River for letting them use our dock dur-
i ng t hei r event on t he r i ver .
Financial report: We have $20,100 in checking
and $120,900 in CDs.
Vice Commodore's report: No report
Membership: Only three new members so far
this year. It was suggested we may need to ad-
vertise.
Buildings and Grounds: We need gravel for
our parking lot to avoid mud this winter. Sug-
gestion was made to install a metal gate at our
parking lot for better security. Plastic rods were
installed for additional security for our sliding
windows.
Bruce Clymer is our new janitorial service.
Lease discussion is continuing, Avi Strugo will
meet with Mayor Techel.
Merchandise: James Robbers made a motion
to raise the mark up on merchandise from 25%
to 35% seconded by Tom Nunan.
Hopefully the deck plans will be approved
soon.
Meeting adjourned at 6:45.
Respectfully submitted,
Bob Weeks, Secretary


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