2011-11-27 ExComm meeting

11/27/11 ExComm Meeting

In the clubhouse, 4 pm

Executive Committee members present: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Clement Barthes (2nd Vice Commodore), Barbara Kochan (Co-Rear Commodore), Noah Salzman (Secretary), and Peter Kuhn (Treasurer)

Other members present: Yves Parent, Stephanie Evans, Doug Taylor

No Officer reports.

Agenda:

1. Rob Miller moved to approve Kevin Rendueles's Sr. Windsurfer project of fixing motors, Jennifer Kroon seconded, unanimously approved.

2. Peter Kuhn moved to elect the following officers, since the election at the General Membership Meeting failed to attract a quorum: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice Commodore), Adam Bertsch and Michael Scalet (co-1st Vice Commodores), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Kevin Rendueles (2nd Vice Commodore), Yves Parent and Barbara Kochan (Co-Rear Commodores), Sophia Horiuchi (Port Captain), Stephanie Evans (Secretary), and Peter Kuhn (Treasurer). Jennifer Kroon seconded, unanimously approved.

Meeting adjourned 4:04 pm.

2011-11-27 General membership meeting

The Cal Sailing Club November General Membership Meeting was held in the yard next to the clubhouse.

Executive Committee members present: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Clement Barthes (3rd Vice Commodore), Barbara Kochan (Co-Rear Commodore), Noah Salzman (Secretary), and Peter Kuhn (Treasurer)

Steven Burchik gave a very tasty presentation of chocolate making, including a taste test and samples of truffles and fine chocolates.

Jennifer Kroon brought samples of the CSC 2012 calendar, for sale on Lulu.com

The potluck feast included several homemade soups, salad, rolls, pies, and desserts

 

Treasurer's report (made available on the website two weeks before the meeting, with copy posted on the official bulletin board):

Statement of Financial Condition November 1 2011

As of October 31st we had $21,627 in the bank, up $8,422 from August 1st when we had $13,205, and our property was worth $369,952 (depreciated book value).

In the three months August-September-October, we collected:

Regular memberships $44,369

DBW grant reimbursement $25,549

UC workstudy reimbursement $5,539

windsurf locker memberships $610

donations--Boy Scouts, escrip $156

Total Income $76,224

 

And in the same three months we spent:

Windsurfing fleet--7 boards, 20 masts, 15 XT Seat and NRG harnesses, 26 harness lines, 21 booms, 10 2 bolt mast bases, 10 universals, 10 extension collars, 14 rolls sail repair tape, gloves, sanding disks, dust masks, mix sticks, paintbrushes, cups $16,546

Keelboat fleet--new mast for Commander Donald and supplies and parts, P Princess compass and wiring supplies and coaming wood and winches, Commander boom refurbishment, hull cleaning, fenders, padlocks, line, cleats, caulk, epoxy resin hardener, shackles, sail repair, keelboat outboard motor parts $12,197 Dayleader wages and taxes $11,684

Dinghy fleet--5 Bahia masts, Bahia rudder, Vision halyard, sail repairs, slides, roller furling drums, trapeze lines, tiller extension universal joints, cleats, line, shackles, anchors, tape, rivets, screws, etc. Less refund on JY centerboards $9,549

Safety equipment--18 foul weather bibs and 14 jackets, 12 wetsuits, 2 gal sunscreen $4,310

OH BBQ's, food for 8/5/11 GMM, cruise dock fees, social events, lesson snax, Fast Track parties $2,687

Use tax on wholesale purchases, DMV registration renewal 27 boats $2,465

Clubhouse--BBQ, laser printer and toner, portapottie service, DSL service, garbage service, copying for signup sheets, propane, cups, forks, plates, fan for wetsuit repair $2,362

City of Berkeley--license fee for space, capital improvements fund contribution, hoist maintenance fee $1,948

Skiffs and engines--engine and skiff parts, fuel $1,470

Credit card processing, bank fees $1,108

Tools--engine diagnostic kit, 2 cordless drills, 2 riveters, sockets, pliers, screwdrivers, meter $809

Accident repair--repairs to boats hit by CSC $805

Insurance--workers comp deposit and premiums, less refund on 2010 workers comp insurance -$138

Total spending $67,802

 

We received $25,549.10 as our first reimbursement on our $42,000 grant from Cal Boating, and have a reimbursement request in for the remaining $16,450.90. This year’s grant paid for 41 wetsuits, 8 beginner windsurf boards, 33 windsurf sails, and 2 keelboat sails, and will pay for dinghy sails (8 sets Bahia jib gennaker and 8 sets JY main jib sails and 2 P15 jibs) and keelboat sails, masts, and rigging (2 Commander masts). We’ve submitted a grant application for next year to pay for more wetsuits, dinghy sailboat masts and sails, beginner windsurf boards and sails, and keelboat masts sails and rigging.

Big thanks to everyone who worked hard for the club!

Election

No official election was held because a quorum (10% of current regular members) was not obtained. The club had 552 current regular members, and only 41 current regular members attended the meeting. However, an unofficial advisory vote was held, first for the uncontested offices, and then with a secret ballot for Commodore. The following members running for the uncontested election received unanimous approval:

Heidi Kearsley for Vice Commodore
Adam Bertsch and Michael Scalet, running together for 1st Vice Commodore
Rob Miller for 2nd Vice Commodore
Kevin Rendueles for 3rd Vice Commodore
Yves Parent and Barbara Kochan, running together for Rear Commodore
Sophia Horuchi for Port Captain
Peter Kuhn for Treasurer
Stephanie Evans for Secretary

The result of the secret ballot for Commodore was 30 votes for Jennifer Kroon, 7 votes for Todd Price, 1 vote for Heidi Kearsley, and 3 abstentions.

2011-10-30 ExComm meeting

10/30/11 ExComm Meeting

5:43 pm in the clubhouse.

Attending: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice-Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Katie Tripp (Port Captain), and Peter Kuhn (Treasurer).

Officer Reports:

Treasurer: We have $20,359 in the bank, down $11,573 from 9/25/11 when we had $31,932. We also have a reimbursement request in to Cal Boating (aka Department of Boating and Waterways) for $16,450.90 for dinghy sails and keelboat masts and Rigging, to complete reimbursement on the $42,000 grant we received this year. We’ll be submitting our grant application for 2012 asking for the same amount for wetsuits, dinghy sails and masts, keelboat sails, trainer windsurf sails to replace existing equipment as it wears out.

Income 9/25 – 10/30/11:

Regular memberships $12,576.00

UC workstudy reimbursement $1,347.25

Donations (escrip) $2.53

Total: $13,925.78

Expenses 9/25 – 10/30/11

Windsurfing--3 115l Tabou Rocket LTD boards, 15 booms, 10 2 bolt mast bases, 10 universals, 10 extension collars, 14 rolls sail repair tape, 2) RRD FireMove boards (100 & 120 l.) & nose protectors $9,252.98

Keelboats--new mast for Pearson Commander Donald; lumber, caulk, fasteners new coamings and 4 used winches for Portugal Princess; keelboat winch overhaul supplies, fuel connector for Merit outboard motor, ine, hook, shackle, bearings, resin pump, fasteners, triangles, adjusters, eye snaps, 3 padlocks, 3 halyard shackles 1/4", blocks for PP, screws, keelboat motor overhaul parts $5,850.96

Taxes--sales tax on out of state wholesale purchases, DMV renew registration on 27 boats $2,465.00

Dayleaders--wages, taxes $3,322.78

Safety Equipment--loaner foul weather gear--18 bibs, 14 jackets $2,330.86

Rent--license rent and capital fund contribution $656.20

Rescue Skiffs--fuel, motor parts, new red seat for skiff $576.75

Clubhouse and Yard--used laser printer, toner, cups, plates, forks, foil pans, dishdetergent, bandaids, batteries for walkietalkies for OH's, yellowjacket trap, dustpan, dump fee, cocoa, porta-potty service, DSL service, garbage service $562.65

Bank--credit card processing fees $327.33

Activities-- food for Open House 10/2/11, propane, food for Sat BBQ 10/1/11 $274.94

Accident Repair--parts to repair outboard on Megan's boat hit by CSC boat $116.49

Tools--socket set, sockets, magnetic pickup tool, adaptors, cable lock, screwdrivers, pliers $113.91

Dinghies--3 roller furling drums, 12 bow shackles, eyestraps, shackles, clevis pins, hog rings, LESS $718 check from Alistair for refund he received on JY centerboards that was reimbursed but never delivered by Sound Boatworks. -$352.13

Total: $25,498.72

Report for 9/25/11 meeting that was cancelled:

We had $31,932 in the bank as of 9/25/11, up $780 from our last meeting 8/28/11 when we had $31,152.

Income 8/29 to 9/25/11:

Regular memberships $11,778.00

UC workstudy reimbursement $2,636.14

Donations $151.71

Total: $14,565.85

Expenses 8/29 to 9/25/11:

Dayleaders--wages, taxes $3,651.94

Windsurfing--20 Ezzy masts, Fanatic New Wave 75l board, dust masks, spray paint, mix sticks $3,540.20

Keelboats--Daisy remasting: blocks, deck org, springs, shackles, halyard line, plate, splice $1,930.74

Activities--food for Fast Track party 9/5 - 9/9/11, forks and pig for pig party 9/3/11, food for Open Houses 9/4 and 9/18/11, $1,017.09

Insurance--workers' comp premium deposit $756.00

Rent--license rent and capital fund contribution $645.83

Dinghies--trapeze hoist kits, Vision halyard, mushroom anchors for racing marks $555.35

Tools--skiff motor diagnostic kit, 2nd riveter, 2 rope cutters, meter, drill bits, tape measure, alum. Link $509.52

Clubhouse and Yard--porta-potty service, DSL service, garbage service $496.99

Bank--credit card processing fees $312.30

Rescue Skiffs--fuel, motor parts $236.77

Safety Equipment--sunscreen,less credit for return of defective radio $132.79

Total: $13,785.52

Agenda Items:

1. Rob Miller (RM) moved to approve the expenditures listed in the Treasurer's Report, Jennifer Kroon (JK) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).

2. JK moved to approve the following Sr. projects:

--Elyakim Rinat, making hatches per Sheldon Coad's advice

--Gaurav Saple, teaching

Heidi Kearsley (HK) 2nd, UA.

3. HK moved to have the November General Membership meeting on November 20, 2011 in the yard by the clubhouse and to have elections at 3 pm and to spend up to $300 on food to supplement potluck, with a rain date of November 27, 2011 with elections at 3 pm. JK 2nd, UA.

4. RM moved to spend up to $12,000 on more windsurfing gear, PK 2nd, UA.

5. JK moved to hold Open Houses with Introductory Sails on the following dates in 2012, PK 2nd, UA.

Feb 26
Mar 25
April 14- Berkeley Bay Festival (date to be confirmed with City)
May 6
May 20
June 17
July 22
Aug 5
Aug 19
Sept 2
Sept 18
Oct 7
Nov 4

PK 2nd, UA.

meeting adjourned 5:47 pm.

2011-08-05 General Membership Meeting

General Membership Meeting

August 5, 2011, 7 pm in the yard at Cal Sailing Club

36 members attended, Excomm members present- Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice Commodore), Adam Bertsch (co-1st Vice Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), and Katie Tripp (Port Captain)

Officer Reports:

Commodore- We're having a great summer, lessons are better than ever, Thursday night races are using every possible boat and we have a bunch of new juniors, and quite a few people working on their seniors! Thanks to everyone who has been teaching and testing, now let's party!

Treasurer: Statement of Financial condition (posted on the website)

There being no more business to transact, the formal part of the meeting ended, and the partying began.

2011-08-28 ExComm

8/28/11 ExComm Meeting

6:32 pm in the clubhouse.

Attending: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice Commodore), Adam Bertsch (1st Vice Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Katie Tripp (Port Captain), and Peter Kuhn (Treasurer)

Officer Reports:

Treasurer: We have $31,127 in the bank, up $14,968 from our last meeting 7/17/11 when we had $16,184.

Income 7/17 - 8/28/11:

Regular memberships $26,832.00

DBW Grant Reimbursement $25,549.10

UC workstudy reimbursement $1,556.08

Windsurf locker memberships $610.00

Donations $2.03

Total: $54,549.21

Expenses 7/17 - 8/28/11:

Dinghies--RS Vision, Vision mast, Vision rudderhead and tiller, 5 Bahia masts, Bahia hatches, Bahia rudder, 16 trapeze lines, 7 rolls line, 36 cam cleats, shackles, 6 rolls non-skid, 12 tiller/extension universal joints, Bahia jib halyard, sail repairs, sail slides $16,800.95

Windsurfing--Firemove 110l board, 12 Simmer 5/4/3 wetsuits, 15 harnesses, 26 uphaul lines, 6 booms, 20 boxes disposable gloves, 2 packs sanding discs, 24 rolls sail repair tape $5,601.66

Dayleaders--wages, taxes $5,120.38

Keelboats--Port. Princess wiring and other improvement supplies, Commander Daisy mast rigging and boom refurbishment, fenders, padlock, radio, flare kit, bottom cleaning, sail repairs, slugs, webbing, twine $4,632.86

Activities--food for movie night 6/3, OH 6/12 and 7/24, Racing party 7/28, Manish party 8/1, GMM 8/5, OH 8/14 and 8/21, windsurf clinic 7/6, rig clinic 7/19, Sat lesson snax 7/30 and 8/13, windsurf clinic 7/27, workparties repair clinic 7/16 and keelboat repairs 7/16, womens keelboat clinic 7/26 $2,098.12

Clubhouse and Yard--BBQ, porta-pottie service, DSL, garbage collection, cups, propane, dishwash detergent, acetone, recycling can, trash can liners, dump fee $1,456.74

Taxes--property tax on boats, possessory interest on clubhouse and yard $1,195.92

Rescue Skiffs--fuel, motor parts $807.06

Accident repair--parts to fix outboard motor hit by CSC boat $688.37

Rent--license rent and capital fund contribution $645.83

Bank--credit card processing fees $598.15

Office supplies--printing 2000 flyers 800 waivers 8 signup books $256.82

Tools--riveter, 2 cordless drills $185.51

Safety Equipment--VHF radio $88.46

Insurance--workers' comp policy renewal deposit less $1,192 refund on last year's premiums -$596.00

Total: $39,580.83

We will be submitting a reimbursement request for $16,450.90 to the Department of Boating and Waterways for dinghy sails and keelboat masts and rigging as soon as we have paid for the second Commander mast. This will complete reimbursement for our equipment for which we got a $42,000 grant this year.

Agenda Items:

1. Rob Miller (RM) moved to approve the expenditures listed in the Treasurer's Report, Jennifer Kroon (JK) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).

2. JK moved to approve the following Sr. projects:

--Michael Hyde, organizing Fast Track

--Michael Needham, teaching

--Matthias Vallentin, windsurf clinics

AB 2nd, UA.

3. Heidi Kearsley moved to have a Fast Track 9/5 - 9/9/11 and to spend up to $250 on food for a party 9/9. JK 2nd, UA.

4. JK moved to spend up to $2,000 on parts for the skiff motor and $5,000 on upgrades to the website. RM 2nd, UA.

meeting adjourned 6:40 pm.

2011-07-17 ExComm

7/17/11 ExComm Meeting

6:36 pm in the clubhouse.

Attending: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), Katie Tripp (Port Captain), and Noah Salzman (Secretary).

Officer Reports:

Treasurer: We have $16,184 in the bank, down $4,591 from our last meeting 6/5/11 when we had $20,775.

Income 6/5 - 7/17/11:

Regular memberships $30,139.00

UC workstudy reimbursement $518.79

Windsurf locker memberships $305.00

Donations $34.92

Total: $30,997.71

Expenses 6/5 - 7/17/11

Windsurfing--14 Ezzy sails, 5 masts, 4 Ripper 3.3 rigs, epoxy, carbon fiber cloth, gloves, sanding disks, blue tape $10,151.37

Keelboats--P Princess and equipment, parts for crew overboard floats, winches, anchor tips, panel, labels, heatshrink, coax connectors Merit electrical and antenna repair, winch repair supplies, fenders, hull cleaning 4 boats 6/9/11, 172' 3/8 line, 4 boat hooks, throw rope, anchors, 2 bilge pumps, shackles, whipping twine, throw rope, bilge pump, shackles, whisker poles, flares, 600' roll 3/8" 3 strand line for docklines, return unused keelboat engine parts $7,313.60

Dinghies--remainder purchase 8 sets JY main jib, 8 sets Bahia jib gennaker, 2 P15 jibs; also 9 sail slugs; sail covers, 4 trapeze hoist sets (2 boats), 12 rolls electric tape (rigging), 12 clamcleat 211Mk2, 3 anchors G5 and chain and shackles, 6 3' wood paddles, tyvek coveralls, gloves, goggles, mallet, markers, dish detergent, cleats, rings, trap sets, carabiners, solvent, lanyard, 36 shackles, cotter rings, nonskid for JY's, Bahia gnav ends, sail repair tape, CF registration letters and numbers $7,229.34

Dayleaders--wages, taxes $3,234.51

Taxes--use tax on out of state purchases, DMV for P. Princess $2,317.00

Rent--license rent and capital fund contribution $1,266.16

Clubhouse and Yard--clubhouse computer, porta-pottie service, DSL, cups plates cocoa tea, weed whacker line, hinges hasps for windsurf rental lockers, two way radios for OH keelboat rides from J dock, clubhouse light fixture ballast and tubes $1,251.92

Activities--food for 6/12/11 6/26/11 and 7/10/11 OH's, lesson snax Sat 6/18 Mon 6/20 Thurs 6/25 $1,016.82

Bank--credit card processing fees $687.36

Rescue Skiffs--fuel, battery, lanyard, shackles for sling, emergency sling leg parts $380.83

Insurance--workers' comp premium, add P Princess to marine liability $339.00

Safety Equipment--binocs, VHF radio $204.97

Office supplies--checks, stamps $195.88

Total: $35,588.76

We still have a reimbursement request in to the Department of Boating and Waterways for $25,549.10. This is on our $42,000 grant money for this year, to cover windsurf boards and sails, wetsuits, dinghy sails, and keelboat masts and rigging.

2nd Vice Commodore Report: We had an excellent Q and A clinic with Andy Brandt of ABK Boardsports on July 6th. Andy will be back in August to answer baffling windsurfing questions. We'll be having a Rigging Clinic on Tuesday evening, July 19th at 7 pm (thanks Onur!), so if you want to learn how to properly rig our sails, be there on Tuesday evening. Did I say there would be pizza? Thanks to all the folks for keeping the lessons going and keeping the boards on the water!

Agenda Items

1. Rob Miller (RM) moved to approve the expenditures listed in the Treasurer's Report, Jennifer Kroon (JK) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).

2. JK moved to approve the following Sr. projects:

--Stephanie Evans and Angela Kohtz, womens clinic

--Lon Dober, membership and ratings analysis

--Curt Brown, teaching

--James McConaghie, dinghy repair clinics

Noah Salzman 2nd, UA.

3. Heidi Kearsley moved that the August General Membership Meeting be a Commodore's Ball at the clubhouse Friday August 5th starting at 7 pm, RM 2nd, UA.

4. Emergency online motion passed 6/9/11: Peter Kuhn (PK) moved: "Michael and Sheldon want to buy another Commander, and fix it up for CSC use. I move to spend up to $6k and vote yes." Voted yes: JK, Noah Salzman, Katie Tripp, Virginia Luchetti, Clement Barthes, Adam Bertsch, RM, Heidi Kearsley. UA

meeting adjourned 6:38 pm.

2011-06-05 ExCom

6/5/11 ExComm Meeting

5:06 pm in the clubhouse.

Attending: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore),  Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), Virginia Luchetti (co-Rear Commodore), and Noah Salzman (Secretary).

Officer Reports:

2nd Vice Commodore:  The season is getting off to a slow start with these really wierd June Monsoons.  Lots of people are windsurfing and the weekend lessons are going well.  Look for more new equipment to arrive soon! 

co-Rear Commodore: Saturday morning lessons are going fine.

Treasurer:  We have $20,775 in the main accounts, down $727 from our last meeting 5/22/11 when we had $21,501.

Income 5/23 - 6/5/11:

Regular memberships $8,900.00

Windsurf locker memberships $1,820.00

UC workstudy reimbursement $1,106.40

Windsurf locker late rent fee payment, surplus radio sale, payroll tax and DMV fees refund $183.24

Total: $12,009.64

Expenses 5/23 - 6/5/11

Keelboats--mast for Commander less $1,000 deposit paid 11/10, Commander sail covers labor, hull cleaning $3,587.62

Windsurfing--RRD Freestyle Wave 75 LTD board, 15 mast extensions, 5 rolls sail repair tape, formula boom, 5 RDM mast shims, 6 rolls line 4 and 5 mm, 15 uphauls, 6 fins $3,226.27

Dayleaders--wages, taxes $3,030.41

Dinghies--Bahia sail covers, Vision rudder pivot nut and bolt, line for halyards and sheets--328' 3 mm red, 656' 6 mm silver/navy, Bahia jib halyard $1,010.58

Activities--food for Fri night dinghy cruises, Mon-Thurs lesson snax, Fast Track party food, GMM food, 4/16 OH BBQ $649.65

Rescue Skiffs--fuel, engine parts, new slings $316.30

Insurance--workers' comp premium $298.00

Clubhouse and Yard--porta-pottie service, DSL, cups, bowls, plates, cocoa, tea $216.70

Bank--credit card processing fees $197.71

Refund membership $99.00

Taxes--2010-11 tax return filing fees $60.00

Printing--waivers for OH $43.90

Total: $12,736.14

We still have a reimbursement request in to the Department of Boating and Waterways for $25,549.10, revised upwards by them from previous $21,830.11.  This is on our $42,000 grant money for this year, to cover windsurf boards and sails, wetsuits, dinghy sails, and keelboat masts and rigging.  Tax return for last fiscal year is filed and posted on website.

Agenda Items

1.  Jennifer Kroon (JK) moved to approve the expenditures listed in the Treasurer's Report, Peter Kuhn (PK) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).

2.  PK moved to approve the following Sr. projects:

--Adam Goode, teaching

--Guillaume Bauzouin, teaching

Noah Salzman 2nd, UA.

3.  JK moved to elect the following ExComm officers (there wasn't a quorum at the General Membership Meeting May 22 so the current ExComm is supposed to elect the next ExComm):

Commodore- Jennifer Kroon
Vice Commodore- Heidi Kearsley
co-1st Vice Commodores-  Adam Bertsch and Michael Scalet
2nd Vice Commodore - Rob Miller
3rd Vice Commodore- Clément Barthès
Co-Rear Commodores- Virginia Luchetti and Barbara Kochan
Secretary- Noah Salzman
Treasbags- Peter Kuhn
Port Captain- Katie Tripp

meeting adjourned 5:08 pm.

 

2011-05-22 General Membership Meeting

5-22-11 May General Membership Meeting

In the Yard by the clubhouse, 1pm elections following home-made chili contest.

Executive Committee Members Attending: Heidi Kearsley (Vice-Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), Barbara Kochan (co-Rear Commodore), and Noah Salzman (Secretary).

The winner of the chili contest: well, you'll have to ask the fine judges--Bill Prinzmetal, Alex Case, David Fraser, and others who stalwartly refused to be bribed for less than $1.

Big thanks to everyone who made chili for this event, and everyone who helped with getting stuff, playing music, sailing, and cleaning up.

Attendance was about 25 members and their guests, the bylaws require one tenth of the members to have an election, and current membership is 504.

Rob Miller, 2nd Vice Commodore, called the meeting to order at approximately 1:15 pm and adjourned it since there was no business to transact, there being too few members for an election and no other items on the agenda.

The Executive Committee will continue with most of the current members, and will elect additional members to fill vacancies.

The following financial report for the previous fiscal year and budget for the fiscal year was prepared and available to read on this website and in the clubhouse:

Annual Statement of Financial Condition May 1 2011

As of May 1st we had $18,848 in the bank, and our property is worth $362,522 (depreciated book value). Cash is up $3,626 from 5/1/10, property is up $30,468. This statement prepared without audit from the club’s books.

 

Income 5/1/10 to 4/30/11:

$130,766

Regular memberships

$45,000

DBW grant--reimbursement for 2 rescue skiff outboard motors, 60 wetsuits, 12 beginner windsurf boards & sails, dinghy masts and sails

$19,621

UC workstudy reimbursement

$18,660

Windsurf locker memberships

$1,947

Surplus sale Nenya, windsurf board, outboard motor, and propeller; member good sales; donations including escrip and OH BBQ donations, interest, DMV registration refund

$215,994

Total Income

 

Spending 5/1/10 to 4/30/11:

$55,237

Windsurfing fleet--37 boards (including 13 beginner), 47 sails, 19 booms, mast extensions, universals, footstraps, downhaul line, nose pads, harness lines, uphauls, epoxy, respirators, spray paint, sandpaper, etc.

$40,801

Dayleader wages and taxes

$31,461

Dinghy fleet--11 Bahia masts, 8 sets Bahia main jib gennaker, Bahia rudder, 2 JY 1 Bahia centerboards, sail covers, 50% deposit 8 sets JY main jib, 8 sets Bahia jib gennaker and 2 P15 jibs, paddles, masthead floats, trapeze lines, spreader bases, boom ends, tiller extensions, frankentiller supplies, cleats, line, masthead, anchor bag supplies, gennaker pole supplies, anchors, shroud adjusters, tape, rivets, screws, etc.

$12,995

Safety equipment--105 wetsuits and repair materials, 3 gal sunscreen, 54 PFDs, 2 sets binoculars, 4 VHF radios, 1st aid kit supplies, 1st aid training

$10,901

Insurance-- marine and liability, workers comp premium

$10,421

Rescue skiffs--2 rescue skiff outboard motors, engine and skiff parts, fuel

$9,685

Keelboat fleet--bottom paint Dr. Who, deposit on mast for Uncle Donald, radio, Commander genoa and UPS, Merit boom covers, hull cleaning, lights, padeyes, fenders, haulout supplies, line, cleats, winch lube, caulk, epoxy resin hardener, carabiners, hand rails, shackles, sail repairs

$8,961

Clubhouse and Yard--green fence slat material, trash can enclosure materials, PFD container repair materials, grey water system materials, board hospital flooring project and wall repair supplies, paint for mural, portapottie service, DSL service, garbage service, umbrellas, metal trashcans

$8,190

City of Berkeley--license fee for space, capital improvements fund contribution, hoist maintenance fee

$7,062

Use tax on wholesale purchases, sales tax, DMV registration Merit, corporate statement filing fee

$6,635

Accident repair--repairs to boats hit by CSC, vet bills for members' dogs from rat poison

$4,565

Activities--OH BBQ, cruise dock fees, social events

$2,736

Credit card processing, bank fees

$960

Tools--grinder, rotary tool, sander, fuel pressure tester, riveter, rope cutters, shop vac, drill bits, rotary tool burrs, crimper and wire stripper, files, jig saw, tool box, padlock, air compressor, blow gun, saws, post hole digger, tamper

$762

Printing--flyers, lesson signup sheets

$551

Office supplies--ratings book binders, stamps for Treasurer, signup sheets, laminating, dry erase board markers, paper, laser printer toner

$445

Refunds--gift certificate, windsurf locker, sick member

$212,369

Total Spending

 

Budget for Fiscal Year 5/1/11 – 4/30/11

Expected Income

Budget

Memberships (Regular and windsurf locker)

$145,000

DBW reimbursement

$42,000

UC Work-Study Reimbursement

$20,000

Donations, surplus sales, interest, etc.

$2,000

Total Income

$209,000

 

Expected Operating Expenses

Budget

Dayleaders

$40,000

Insurance

$11,000

Lease

$9,000

Printing, Ads, other Communications

$1,000

Dinghy maintenance

$9,000

Keelboat maintenance

$5,500

Windsurfer maintenance

$1,000

Skiff and engines maintenance, fuel

$3,000

Buildings & Grounds maintenance, DSL, portapotti, dumpster, etc.

$6,000

Club activities

$7,000

Miscellaneous expenses (credit card processing, DMV reg, accident repairs, sales tax, credit card fees )

$18,000

Total operating expenses

$110,500

 

Expected Capital Expenses

Budget

DBW reimbursed items: dinghy sails, windsurf boards and sails, wetsuits, keelboat masts and rigging

$42,000

Dinghies (other than DBW reimbursed items)

$15,000

Keelboats (major repairs)

$7,500

Windsurfing (other than DBW reimbursed items)

$30,000

Tools

$1,000

Clubhouse & Yard Improvements

$3,000

Total Capital Purchases

$98,500

 

Total Expenses

$209,000

 

 

 

 

2011-05-22 ExCom (before GMM)

5/22/11 ExComm Meeting before General Membership Meeting

12:38 pm in the yard by the clubhouse.

Attending: Heidi Kearsley (Vice-Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), Barbara Kochan (co-Rear Commodore), and Noah Salzman (Secretary).

Officer Reports:

Treasurer:  We have $21,501 in the bank, up $2,653 from our last meeting 5/1/11 when we had $18,848.

Income last 3 weeks:
Regular memberships    $12,041.21
Windsurf locker memberships    $4,555.00
UC workstudy reimbursement    $2,277.24
windsurf locker late rent fee payment, member clothing acct closeout, escrip donation, interest    $45.48
Total:    $18,918.93

Expenditures last 3 weeks:
Accident repair--repairs to MV Fairliner hit by CSC boat    $7,453.00
Dayleaders--wages, taxes    $4,271.59
Windsurfing--5.4 and 5.9 sails (Duke, North Sails), 25 skinny mast shims, 5 mast extensions, 10 extension collars    $1,314.16
Clubhouse and Yard--garbage collection, porta-pottie service, propane, hasp and hinges windsurf locker, cups, mix sticks    $681.41
Taxes--Vision use tax and registration     $649.00
City--lease fee May    $620.33
Dinghies--Bahia sail covers    $450.40
Keelboats--jib repair    $231.51
Bank--credit card processing fees    $220.67
Activities--camping and dock fees Angel I cruises, sat am lesson snax    $166.30
Rescue Skiffs--fuel, engine parts    $164.30
Tools--screwdrivers, bits, pliers, knives    $37.50
Safety--bandaids for 1st aid kit    $5.38
Total:    $16,265.55

Big thanks to everyone who has worked hard for the club, sorry the world didn't end yesterday, but we had fun anyway.

Agenda Items

1.   Rob Miller (RM) moved to approve the expenditures listed in the Treasurer's Report, Peter Kuhn (PK) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).

2.   RM moved to approve the following ratings and Senior projects:
-Sergi Molin's cruising rating
-Joel Brand's dinghy cruising rating
-Sam Kary's senior  project, July Fast Track
-Adam Goode's  senior project, teaching
-Ming Hua's  senior project, teaching
Noah Salzman 2nd, UA.

3.  RM moved to sell the Laser hull that has been sitting on top of a container for over a year, PK 2nd, UA.

4.  Heidi Kearsley (HK) moved to spend up to $3,000 on new, inexpensive foul weather gear for the club, PK 2nd, UA.

5.  PK moved to provide free windsurf lockers, where they remain unrented with no renters waiting, to Rob Miller, Barbara Kochan, and Heidi Kearsley, RM 2nd, UA.

6.  PK moved to approve the following budget for 5/1/11 - 4/30/12, and to also approve
spending (as money is available) up to the amounts listed under Expected Operating Expenses and Expected Capital Expenses, but not duplicating amounts previously approved such as money for the DBW reimbursed items.

Expected Income:
Memberships (Regular and windsurf locker) $145,000
DBW reimbursement $42,000
UC Work-Study Reimbursement $20,000
Donations, surplus sales, interest, etc. $2,000
Total Income $209,000

Expected Operating Expenses:
Dayleaders $40,000
Insurance $11,000
Lease $9,000
Printing, Ads, other Communications $1,000
Dinghy maintenance $9,000
Keelboat maintenance $5,500
Windsurfer maintenance $1,000
Skiff and engines maintenance, fuel $3,000
Buildings & Grounds maintenance, DSL, portapotti, dumpster, etc. $6,000
Club activities $7,000
Miscellaneous expenses (credit card processing, DMV reg, accident repairs, sales
tax, credit card fees ) $18,000
Total operating expenses $110,500

Expected Capital Expenses:
DBW reimbursed items: dinghy sails, windsurf boards and sails, wetsuits,
keelboat masts and rigging $42,000
Dinghies (other than DBW reimbursed items) $15,000
Keelboats (major repairs) $7,500
Windsurfing (other than DBW reimbursed items) $30,000
Tools $1,000
Clubhouse & Yard Improvements $3,000
Total Capital Purchases $98,500
Total Spending $209,000

Effect on Cash Assets
Cash 5/1/11 $18,848
Expected Income FY 11-12 $209,000
Total Spending Budgeted FY 11-12 $209,000
Cash assets expected 4/30/11 $18,848

The meeting was adjourned 12:45 pm.

 

2011-05-01 ExCom

5/1/11 ExComm Meeting

6:38 pm in the yard by the clubhouse.

Attending: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice-Commodore), Adam Bertsch (co-1st Vice Commodore),  Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), Virginia Luchetti (co-Rear Commodore), and Noah Salzman (Secretary).

Officer Reports:

Treasurer:  We have $18,848 in the main accounts, up $5,580 from our last meeting 4/17/11 when we had $13,268.

Income 4/18-5/1/11


Regular memberships $6,625.00
Windsurf locker memberships $1,960.00
UC workstudy reimbursement $151.25
interest $0.40
Total: $8,736.65

Expenses 4/18-5/1/11

City--hoist maintenance fee

$1,012.73
Dinghies--labor for sail covers for Bahias and Bahia main repair $675.00
Dayleaders--taxes, payroll processing online $362.12
Keelboats--hull cleaning, Merit mainsail covers labor $301.26
Insurance-monthly premium for workers comp insurance April $298.00
Bank--credit card processing fees $142.84
Safety--CPR training, bandaids, $132.24
Rescue Skiffs--fuel $103.23
Office Supplies--laser printer toner cartridge, wireless router modem $65.53
Clubhouse and Yard--extra porta-pottie bill $37.55
Tools--crimper and wire stripper $26.05
Total: $3,156.55

We have a reimbursement request in to the Department of Boating and Waterways for $21,830.11.  This is on our $42,000 grant money for this year, to cover windsurf boards and sails, wetsuits, dinghy sails, and keelboat masts and rigging.

The fiscal year is over and the actual figures are pretty close to the budget.  --We started with $15k and ended with $19k, so we overall were pretty much where we expected, since the budget called for $204.5k income and $204.5k expenses; actuals were $216k income and $212k expenses for 5/1/10 - 4/30/11.

  • Regular memberships were up $5k/yr compared to the previous year, an increase of 3%.
  • Accident repairs cost us $7k so far we hadn't expected
  • Rob Miller (2nd Vice, windsurfing) did a good job of spending money, while Adam Bertsch and Michael Scalet (co-1st Vice Commodores, Dinghies), and Clément Barthès (3rd Vice, Keelboats) slacked off a tad.
  • Party time was pretty much replaced by potluck


The proposed budget, to be submitted for approval vote at the ExComm meeting before the General Membership Meeting 5/22/11 will probably have some increases compared to last year, and some decreases, but will most likely be pretty much the same.  The current draft calls for expected income of $209k matching expected spending of $209k.

Agenda Items

1.  Jennifer Kroon (JK) moved to approve the expenditures listed in the Treasurer's Report, Peter Kuhn (PK) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).

2.  Noah Salzman (NS) moved to spend up to $8,000 for repairs to the M/V Fairliner that was hit by a CSC boat, JK 2nd, UA.  Discussion: this is an unavoidable expense, the damage originally thought to be small but the Fairliner was extensively rotted necessitating major repairs.

3.  JK moved to spend up to $1,500 on keelboat parts and supplies, Noah Salzman (NS) 2nd, UA.  This is interim until the new budget and approvals are passed for this fiscal year.

meeting adjourned 6:45 pm.

 

2011-04-17 ExCom

4/17/11 ExComm Meeting

6:37 pm in the clubhouse.

Attending: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice-Commodore), Adam Bertsch (co-1st Vice Commodore),  Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), Virginia Luchetti and Barbara Kochan (co-Rear Commodores), and Noah Salzman (Secretary).

Officer Reports:

Co-Second Vice Commodore (Barbara): We had a windsurf instructor meeting that was great and plan to do more.  (Virginia): We have a Fast Track scheduled for May, and June is in the works.  1st aid training for dayleaders May 1st.

Treasurer:  We have $13,268 in the bank, down $735 from our 4/3/11 meeting, when the bank held $12,533.

Income 4/3 - 4/17/11

 

Regular memberships $7,770.00
Windsurf locker memberships $2,100.00
UC workstudy reimbursement $1,340.17
escrip card donation $3.62
Total: $11,213.79

Expenses 4/3 - 4/17/11

 

Dinghies--50% deposit on [8 sets JY main jib + 8 sets Bahia jib gennakers + 2 P15 jibs] from Neil Pryde Sails; 2 Bahia centerboards, 1 Bahia jib halyard, 2 JY centerboards, 10 JY drainplugs, 4 JY forestay pinlocks, 4 tack shackles; Bahia mainsail modifications and prototype covers; 2 tiller extensions, telescoping paddle, cleats, spinnaker repair tape, screws; safety walk tape for masthead float mount, spray paint, aluminum tube for gnav struts $6,385.68
Windsurfing--(1) 360EVO beginner board $654.50
Activities--dock fee Angel I. 2/13/2011, food for 4/3 Open House, Pizza cruise 4/8, Mon Thurs lesson snax, paper cups $645.16
Rent to City for yard and clubhouse space April 2011 $620.33
Dayleaders--taxes $608.04
Keelboats--dive five hulls 4/12, bungee cord for sail ties, parts for motor mount, needles, screws, $488.05
Insurance-monthly premium for workers comp insurance April $295.00
Tools--grinder, discs, rotary tool, drill bits, file, 2 rope cutter guns $200.76
Bank--credit card processing fees, bounce fee $182.12
Office Supplies--paper for printer, 2500 flyers $154.25
Rescue Skiffs--fuel, engine parts $146.50
Accident repair--teak for Fairliner repairs $51.54
Clubhouse and Yard--cups, forks, lighters, brochure box $47.14
Total: $10,479.07

We have a reimbursement request in to the Department of Boating and Waterways for $21,830.11.  This is on our $42,000 grant money for this year, to cover windsurf boards and sails, wetsuits, dinghy sails, and keelboat masts and rigging.

Agenda Items

1.  Heidi Kearsley (HK) moved to approve the expenditures listed in the Treasurer's Report, Jennifer Kroon (JK) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).

2.  JK moved that the May General Membership Meeting be held Saturday May 21 with elections starting at 1 pm following a chili contest, known candidates are JK for Commodore, Adam Bertsch for 1st Vice Commodore, and Rob Miller for 2nd Vice Commodore,

3.  Adam Bertsch (AB) moved to revise the Operating Rules to add rule A1.6 below and to publish a CSC Keelboat Manual on www.cal-sailing.org, to include the following max crew and weight limits: 6 persons or 900 lbs for Merit 25 and Capri 25, 10 persons for Commanders.

A.1.6:
No club vessel shall be operated above its maximum loading, which
shall be the lesser of a) The Manufacturers published maximum loading,
if specified, b) The maximum loading specified in any Cal Sailing Club
instruction manual, or c) The maximum safe loading determined by the
skipper for the expected conditions.

JK 2nd, UA.

4.  JK moved that she be allowed to supervise/organize dinghy cruises between all 3 bridges and between CSC and the estuary from May 1 to November 1, in which all participants will be required to be a senior or advanced dinghy, wear a wetsuit or appropriate synthetics and everyone must carry a working VHF radio attached to their PFD. Virginia Luchetti (VL) 2nd, UA.

5.  JK moved to give Joshua Leihe permission to do a dinghy cruise to Angel Island on Friday May 6th, Leave: 10:00 Return by: 17:00  (ruffly) Cruising Skipper: Joshua Leihe Supervising Skipper: Mark Playsted  Limitation: Senior and Senior Dinghy + only Number of places: Eight  Boats to be used: Bahias, must check on boats weekend before and work on boats night before, boats must be ready and clean for Saturday morning lessons, Noah Salzman (NS) 2nd, UA.

meeting adjourned 7:05 pm.

2011-04-03 ExCom

4/3/11 ExComm Meeting

5:37 pm in the yard.

Attending: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Heidi Kearsley (Vice-Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Clément Barthès (3rd Vice Commodore),  Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), and Barbara Kochan (co-Rear Commodore).

Officer Reports:

Treasurer:  We have $12,533 in the bank, down $26,189 from our 1/30/11 meeting, when the bank held $38,722.

Income 1/30 - 4/3/11

Regular memberships $14,320.00
UC workstudy reimbursement $4,616.55
Windsurf locker memberships $2,175.00
Surplus board sale, donations, interest $213.84
Total: $21,325.39

Expenses 1/30 - 4/3/11

Windsurfing--(8) Fanatic Shark 135 and 150 boards and nose shields, 15 Simmer sails 5.0 to 7.2, (both on DBW grant) spray paint $12,737.62
Dayleaders--wages, taxes, payroll processing $9,041.08
Insurance-annual premium for liability and fire insurance, workers comp insurance Feb and March $8,854.00
Safety Equipment--41 wetsuits (DBW grant) $5,813.53
Dinghies--Bahia rudder blades, modify 1 Bahia mainsail, materials 4 Bahia mainsail covers and 1 jib cover, 2 Bahia boom ends, gnav toggles, (2) 300' spools 4 mm line, epoxy resin, hardener, filler, sail repair tape, masthead float fasteners, spray paint, tarps for sail cover prototypes, return charges Bahia jib roller furling drums, Bahia spreader brackets, trap handles, rope $2,513.50
Accident repair--vet bills from rat poison $2,016.48
Clubhouse and Yard--supplies board hospital wall repair, sail locker roof supplies, clubhouse/yard keys, VHF radio for dayleaders, wetsuit glue, wetsuit zipper repair, BBQ parts, sharpies, dump fees, garbage service, Porta-Pottie service, DSL service. $1,941.54
Activities--BYC bartending rental, snack, and band for Feb GMM, workparties 2/6 3/12 3/21, teaching snack, propane $1,268.49
Taxes--sales tax on purchases, streetlight tax $982.37
Keelboats--materials for sail covers, dive five hulls 1/26/11, line, parts for crew overboard floats $935.24
Rent to City for yard and clubhouse space , less previous overpayment, Feb and March 2011 $463.71
Tools--riveter, air compressor, sander, shop vac, burr, drill bits $320.28
Bank--credit card processing fees, bounce fee $295.80
Rescue Skiffs--fuel, engine parts $186.61
Miscellaneous--registration and lunches for DBW conference, printing 1000 flyers, craft sticks, print dayleader checklists $143.88
Total: $47,514.13

We have a reimbursement request in to the Department of Boating and Waterways for $21,830.11.  This is on our $42,000 grant money for this year, to cover windsurf boards and sails, wetsuits, dinghy sails, and keelboat masts and rigging.

Second Vice Report:  The Season has officially started!  We have received 9 new Junior boards, (5 150 L and 4 135 L boards).  Novices, this means it is time to try to become a Junior Windsurfer.  Beginning windsurfing lessons have started with a few brave souls trying it out each weekend.  Look for Sunday lessons to start at the beginning of May.

Agenda Items

1.  Rob Miller (RM) moved to approve the expenditures listed in the Treasurer's Report, Jennifer Kroon (JK) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).

2. RM moved to approve spending of $20,070 more out of total $42,000 grant, to be reimbursed by the Department of Boating and Waterways, on wetsuits ($6,000 total grant budget, of which $5,612 has already been spent), trainer dinghy sails ($10,000 total grant budget, none spent yet), windsurf lesson boards and sails ($14,000 total grant budget, already spent), and keelboat masts, sails and rigging ($12,000 total grant budget, of which $2,218 has already been spent).  JK 2nd, UA.

3. JK moved to offer youth memberships for free to participants in our summer youth group programs, PK 2nd, UA.  Discussion PK noted CSC youth memberships are only issued after parents agree to risks and CSC not providing specific supervision for youth, parents must sign waivers.

4.  PK moved to approve following Sr projects:  David Jaeger, teaching; Kevin Rendueles, motor repairs, Onur Filiz, board repairs.  RM 2nd, UA.

5.  JK moved approve her appointment of Kevin Rendueles as motor chair, PK 2nd, UA.

6.  PK moved approve Joshua Leihe's Cruising Skipper rating, JK 2nd, UA.

meeting adjourned 5:39 pm.

 

 

 

2011-02-17 General Membership Meeting

2011-02-17 - General
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Thursday February 17, 2011
at the Berkeley Yacht Club, 6 pm
Excomm Members Present
Jennifer Kroon, Commodore
Heidi Kearsley, Vice-Commodore
Adam Bertsch
Rob Miller, 2nd Vice
Clement Barthes
Barbara Kochan, Co-Rear Commodore
Noah Salzman, Secretary

Agenda:  Officer Reports
JK-  Club doing well, Big Thanks to Joel for his weekday lesson coordination, membership is up for Feb.  Big Thanks to BYC for hosting the GMM for a small fee.  Stay tuned for more information about the America's Cup, hoping to have opportunities for club members to participate.
RM-  Get ready for the season, we will have some new equipment.  Going to start having weekday lessons, so everybody come out to teach!
AB-  Thanks to everyone who has been working on the dinghies over the winter.
CB-  Boats are working and floating!  Thanks for everyone working on the boats.  We're getting a new mast for Daisy/Donald.


Pie and Salad Contest:  There were a fantastic bunch of jaw-droppingly
beautiful entries, and if you want to know who the winners were, ask Heidi-the rest of us don't remember.

After that came square dancing.  If you don't know what that means, don't mess with it.

2011-02-17 ExCom

2011-02-17 - ExComm meeting before the GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Thursday February 17, 2011
at the Berkeley Yacht Club, 6 pm
Excomm Members Present
Jennifer Kroon, Commodore
Heidi Kearsley, Vice-Commodore
Adam Bertsch, Co-1st Vice
Rob Miller, 2nd Vice
Clement Barthes, 3rd Vice
Barbara Kochan, Co-Rear Commodore
Noah Salzman, Secretary
__________________
Agenda:
Senior Projects:  Kim Nguyen- May Sailing Fastrack, Stephano Cardinale- June Sailing Fastrack, Virginia Luchetti- work as Sat Morning Lesson Coor., Jennifer Johnson- Youth Rides Coordination
Announcement Lists Chair:  Michael Scalet
Youth Ride Coordinator Chair: Jennifer Johnson
Expansion of Introductory Sails: JK moved, RM 2nd, unanimous
Free quarterly membership for youths in summer youth group Intro Sails:  JK moved, discussion of liability to club, RM moved to table for more discussion, BK 2nd, unanimous approval

2011-01-30 ExCom

01/30/11 ExComm Meeting

5:23 pm in the clubhouse.

Attending: Heidi Kearsley (Vice-Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Clément Barthès (3rd Vice Commodore),  Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), Noah Salzman (Secretary), and Bobby Arthurs (Port Captain).

Officer Reports:

2nd Vice:  All windsurfing Srs are reminded that they will lose their rating if they don't teach, repair, daylead, test, clean up, administer or do other work for the club--at least10 hours every three months, signed off by the Dayleader on their rating cards.

3rd Vice: I expect to be a father come July, color me gone from CSC from then for about a year.  (Congrats to Rika, who's welcome to leave the baby with Clément and come drink with us any time.)

Treasurer: The club's finances are in good shape, income exceeds expectations and spending is below budgeted levels in almost every category.  We've applied for $42k in DBW teaching equipment grants for more wetsuits, dinghy sails, windsurf boards and sails, and keelboat sails masts and rigging.

We have $38,722 in the bank, up $4,302 from our last regular meeting 11/14/10 when we had $34,420.  We have payments scheduled for insurance $7,530 hull cleaning $204 and tax $10.  We have received but not yet been billed for the RS Vision dinghy $6000 and we've not yet been billed by the City for 2009 and 2010 hoist maintenance fees, max $2700. The income and expenditures below are for 11/14/10 - 1/30/11.

Income:

 

DBW grant reimbursement $15,393.55
Regular memberships $7,741.00
UC workstudy reimbursement $2,183.65
DMV Bahia registration refund, donations, interest $256.15
Total: $25,574.35

Expenses :

 

Dayleaders--wages, taxes, payroll processing $6,711.76
Windsurfing--Toucan board, 8 Simmer sails, 8 Ripper 4.2 sails, 2 Ezzy Wave Sails, Maui 10.5 and 520 carbon mast. $6,305.12
Clubhouse and Yard--board hospital flooring project supplies, 5 rolls plastic fence weave, PFD container project supplies, sink project supplies, metal trashcans and chairs for yard, charging cradle for VHF radio, computer keyboard, dump fees, garbage service, Porta-Pottie service, DSL service. $2,294.30
Keelboats--Commander Genoa, UPS, dive five hulls 10/7/10, straps, caulk, line, rig tension gage, coax cable, hasp, lube, epoxy hardener $1,864.18
Rent to City for yard and clubhouse space Dec and Jan $1,462.66
Dinghies--Registration 3 Bahias, trap ring, caulk, spinny tape, CF letter kits, Ubolts, screws, nuts, washers
return ring pliers, 12 tiller extension universal joints, cleats, beads for Bahia frankentillers
$744.29
Insurance--workers comp $590.00
Accident repair--vet bill from rat poison, teak for collision repair $458.32
Activities--food for Nov GMM, workparty, teaching $441.98
Bank--credit card processing fees $164.12
Rescue Skiff--fuel, engine parts $155.44
Business License, postage, sales and use tax $80.15
Total: $21,272.32

 

 

Agenda Items

  1. Rob Miller (RM) moved to approve the expenditures summarized in the Treasurer's report, Heidi Kearsley (HK) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).
  2. HK moved to spend up to $700 for a band for square dancing at the General Membership Meeting at 6pm Thursday February 17th at the Berkeley Yacht club, this will be the club's only cost since BYC is not charging rent and the dinner will be potluck with pie and salad contests, Peter Kuhn (PK) 2nd, UA.
  3. PK moved to spend up to $3,000 on vet bills for club members' including dayleaders' dogs who ate rat poison in the yard, RM 2nd, UA
  4. PK moved to pay the $7,530 renewal premium for liability insurance, RM 2nd UA.
  5. RM moved to approve John Gagnon's Sr Windsurfer project which consists of organizing weekday windsurfing classes, probably Monday afternoons starting May, and Eric Iverson's Sr Windsurfer project which is organizing board repair clinics and a how to guide, Bobby Arthurs (BA) 2nd, UA.
  6. BA moved to approve Alejandro Dorazio's Sr. Skipper project which consists of repairs to the board hospital, PK 2nd, UA
  7. PK moved to vote on Howard Fong's request to use club kayaks, in conjunction with his own, on cruises to Angel I. and other Bay destinations, BA 2nd, consensus was that club kayaks are suited only for use near club, unanimously unapproved.
  8. BA moved adjourn, Noah Salzman 2nd, UA.  Meeting adjourned 5:35 pm.

2011-01-09 ExCom

1/9/11 ExComm Meeting

5:45 pm in the clubhouse.

Attending: Jennifer Kroon (Commodore), Rob Miller (2nd Vice Commodore), Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), Noah Salzman (Secretary, by telephone), Barbara Kochan (co-Rear Commodore), Mark Yampanis, and Yves Parent.

Officer Reports:

Commodore: It's too cold for me to sail!

Second Vice: Baja was great.

Co-Rear: plan teacher meetings regarding windsurf lesson curriculum and teaching techniques around April

Treasurer: no report

Agenda Items

  1. Jennifer Kroon (JK) moved to approve the following dates for Open Houses/Introductory Sails, including the Berkeley Bay Festival Saturday April 16 12-5 pm, but not July 4th, Rob Miller (RM) seconded (2nd), unanimously approved (UA).
    April 3*
    April 16*- Berkeley Bay Festival
    June 12
    June 26
    July 10
    July 24
    Aug 14
    Aug 21
    Sept 4*
    Sept 18
    Oct 2
    Oct 16
    *not enough water for keelboats at dock by clubhouse, keelboats to run from J dock
  2. JK moved to approve having the February General Membership Meeting on Thursday, February 17th at the Berkeley Yacht Club, with a contest for pies and salads and square dancing, Barbara Kochan (BK) 2nd, UA.
  3. Peter Kuhn moved to approve Yves Parent's Sr Skipper project of making a video on jibing, JK 2nd, UA.
  4. RM moved adjourn, JK 2nd, UA.  Meeting adjourned 5:49 pm.