Bill Stover, fellow Great Lakes Cruising Club member and Deputy Port Captain for Honey Harbor, Ont. GB-25 (link available to GLCC members) recently had an article published in the South Bay Cove Marina’s spring 2016 newsletter, Sounds of South Bay. In his piece, Bill does a wonderful job promoting the Club. Please click here to read more.
Running a search on the last name "Rohde" via the Great Lakes Cruising Club homepage happens to bring up a lengthy list of hits for this prolific couple. These long time members surely have kicked up some dust! Now they’ve affected yet another organization with their presence in acquiring another dignified title. Check out this link to the May 2016 Seven Seas Cruising Association monthly Commodores’ Bulletin announcing GLCC Director Bill and Judy Rohde as newly-appointed SSCA Great Lakes Cruising Station Hosts (a similar function as GLCC Port Captains). Click here (GLCC members only) and find a dynamic bio on the duo — direct from Bill himself. Many congratulations Bill and Judy!
UPDATE: KILLARNEY MOUNTAIN LODGE UNDETERRED BY FIRE! Killarney Mountain Lodge, the planned site of the 2018 Rendezvous, is featured in Great Lakes Boating. Holden & Carey Rhodes, owners since 2015, are GLCC members as were previous owners, Maury & Annabelle East. Phase two of a three phase plan to extensively renovate the lodge has been completed. Included is a new, full service marina. Next time you are in Killarney, be sure to check out the new boating and lodge facilities. Hungry but don't want to get dressed for dinner, they will even deliver meals to your boat!
Just in time for the 2016 GLCC Lake Superior Rendezvous, GLCC member and frequent author on Great Lakes cruising destinations, Fred Bagley, recently had his latest article on cruising Lake Superior's Isle Royale published by Sail Magazine. Check it out here!
Interested in attending the Great Lakes Rendezvous? This is the link for more information or to register to attend the 2016 GLCC Rendezvous in Lake Superior: 2016 GLCC Rendezvous
In this Sept. 12, 2013 file photo, the Fox River flows through downtown Waukesha, Wis. A push for expanded access to water from the Great Lakes is at a key point for the city of Waukesha. A regional regulating body meets in Chicago Thursday, April 21, 2016, to consider a request from the Milwaukee suburb to draw from Lake Michigan. The group's upcoming recommendation promises to have major implications for future requests from other cities that might want to stick a straw in the Great Lakes someday. (AP Photo/John Flesher, File) Read more here.