Ship 72 Skipper Dean Skiff says:
These periodic posts are made to keep Ship 72 members, parents, and interested folks informed as to our activities and our plans.
I welcome positive feedback.
can all be proud of being Awarded
1st PLACE in the non-profit division
of the Orleans 4th of July Parade.
As James Goodrich and I were taking
the JOHN MACKENZIE HOME, I yelled
to Steve and Connor,( the only ones
left) could you please represent
the ship at the awards just in the
event we won anything. Well dog
gone, we did!!!! That is why we
see Connor with the trophy in the
above attachment. This achievement
is an example of living the Scout
Motto, BE PREPARED.
We practiced Wednesday night with
the oars in the boat. Many of you
told me how you mentally went over
the commands sent to you by email.
Again in the parking lot before
the parade, we practiced, which
was James, our youngest and lightest
first practice. And
your own you took the initiative
to give the salute several times
on the way to the Judges Stand.
Let us not forget those who conditioned
the oars and sanded the two boats
during our work parties in preparation
for their painting.
salute goes to the Cape Cod Sail
and Power Squadron along with the
hard work of John and Lee for the
Mon Cochan also received a 1st place
in the youth division at the Chatham
..you are well deserving of
the trophy. Be proud of what you
and his wife will be vacationing
on a lake in New Hampshire for the
next few weeks. SO
John Crawford, Jim Caiazzi and Talya,
(do not forget to pronounce the
L !!!!) you will be receiving emails
when we are meeting. July is a busy
month for all, so thank you for
being understanding during this
time. Jim will try to schedule some
time on the LUNA during my absence.
If you have a time, feel free to
e-mail Jim C. at email@example.com.
/ practice the bowline, clove hitch
and two half hitches which we all
will use on the water!!!! Review
the ships offices which
we will be electing in the near
future. The manuals are to use and
a great source of information, so
let us get some finger prints on
will think of you as I am wind sailing,
NAUSET SHIP 72,