GLCC Region Alignment
The election of Rear Commodores at the 2020 annual general membership meeting on October 24, 2020 now supports the realignment of the Great Lakes Region that was approved by the Board of Directors at the July 18, 2020 meeting. Please see the following…
Approved GLCC Region Alignments
Region 10 : Lake Superior – Rear Commodore James R. Passe
All of Lake Superior excluding Sault Ste. Marie.
Region 21 : Lake Michigan Northwest & Southwest – Rear Commodore Philip May
Southern Lake Michigan north from Burns Waterway through Port Washington.
Sheboygan north including Naubinway, all of Green Bay and Door County.
Region 27 : Lake Michigan Southeast – Rear Commodore Bill Bailey
Starting at Michigan City, Indiana north through Frankfort, Michigan.
Region 33 : North Channel, Georgian Bay and Lake Huron Canadian Shore – Rear Commodore David Spencer
All the North Channel including the St. Mary’s River, the Canadian side of Sault Ste. Marie, the east side of Detour Passage, all of Drummond Island, the Canadian Shore of Lake Huron and all of Georgian Bay.
Region 35 : Lake Ontario – Rear Commodore Eric Sunstrum
All of Lake Ontario, commencing at the Welland Canal down to the Thousand Islands and the associate Waterways.
Region 39 : Lake Michigan Northeast & Lake Huron Northwest – Rear Commodore Bill Bailey
All of Lake Michigan north of South Manitou to the Beaver Island Group including out islands (Beaver Island Chain). The Northern half of Lake Huron from Tawas Bay through the Straits of Mackinac. Including the U.S. side of Sault Ste. Marie.
Region 43 : Southwestern Ontario – Rear Commodore David Spencer
Merged into and included with proposed Region 33, 47 and 53
Region 47 : Detroit/Saginaw Bay – Rear Commodore Tony Simion
Southwest shore of Lake Huron from Point Au Gres (Saginaw Bay) southward to the St. Clair River. All the St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair, and Detroit River.
Region 53 : Lake Erie – Rear Commodore Jim Ehrman
All of Lake Erie
Region 99 : Beyond the Great Lakes – Vice Commodore Dan Cline
All areas not covered above including the Upper Mississippi River