Dog the hatches and check your lines, shipmates. November, known locally as “The Big Dark”, has arrived. For our club, the gloom, wind and rain are actually the calm before the storm. November is a quiet month for the membership, although your board and committees are working overtime. First up is the general meeting, where we’ll elect the incoming board and vote on raising dues for 2018. Then, on the 18th, we have the clubhouse work party—a chance for handymen to shine! That’s it, a slow month with a chance to catch our breath.
Now, I’ve weathered a few hurricanes. I’ve seen my share of typhoons and rode out many a cyclone. But we have a “Perfect Storm” approaching. It will make landfall in December. I’m talking, of course, about a perfect storm of fun! The forecast is for Force 12 revelry and a wicked good time this holiday season. I hope you are ready. Here’s the eye’s predicted path:
Ö The Bell Harbor Cruise
Ö Key City Public Theatre’s performance at the general meeting
Ö Our annual holiday pot luck and gift swap
Ö “The Seven Poor Travelers” at KCPT, followed by
Ö The PTYC Night Owl Party (come whether you go to the play or not)
You can’t run from this blow. Meet her bow on and hold fast. You can do it!
To reach a port we must set sail
Commodore Duane Madinger