Toledo, Ohio (E-21); home of the Mudhens, Tony’s Paco’s — and where the 2016 GLCC Annual General Membership Meeting awaits you! Please come October 21-23, 2016. This will be your chance to witness the “business side” of our club, as we elect officers for the board of directors. It is an important tradition, which insures the future of our organization. The 2016 Annual General Meeting is centrally located, and your cost to attend is very reasonable. While in town, there will be ample opportunities to explore points of interest. Rooms have been reserved for out-of-towners at the Park Inn by Radisson Hotels, 101 North Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio 43604, 419-241-3000. Lodging is $89 USD/night plus tax. Parking in attached garage is $11 USD/day with in & out privileges. Please mention room block #1610GLCC16. The GLCC Room rate is effective through 10/1/16. Please click HERE for more information and further reading.
Please join us for the 45th Annual Lake Erie Region 53 Dinner Meeting September 24, 2016 at the beautiful Cleveland Yachting Club (E-11). (Rocky River Port Captain, Ed Mahoney is assisting.) This has always been a sought-out event by GLCC members from all over the Great Lakes. You can arrive by boat or by car. If you choose boat, there will be some dockage available. If you choose to drive, and wish to stay overnight, a block of rooms has been reserved at the Cleveland/West Lake Hampton Inn. Please click HERE for more information
Daniel DeWeese and Julie Thorndycraft on Gaviidae blog about the 2016 Wilderness Rally at http://gaviidaesails.com/ramblings/great-lakes-cruising-club-2016-wilderness-rally/.
We want to congratulate Dan & Julie on being the winners of the 2016 Founders Award winners with their blog of their 2015 cruise. The blog will be published in an upcoming issue of the Lifeline.
Great Lakes Crusing Club Member Spotlight - Matthew Cook & Walt Grabowski GLCC members Matthew Cook and Walt Grabowski, are out on Lake Huron this month conducting an underwater inspection of the water intake. The sixteen foot wide, six mile long tunnel has a capacity of 400 million gallons a day, and was the site of one of the worst construction accidents in Michigan history. Click here to read more
This week's GLCC Facebook Page administrator's report noted that our GLCC FB page has now passed 500 likes, and one of the page's posts from last week has now reached over 3,700 viewers! The club's Facebook presence is positioned to help introduce our club to the broader boating community, hopefully attracting potential new GLCC members while complimenting the more club-specific content and information provided on the club's glcclub.com web site.Click here for more information and a link to the GLCC Facebook page.