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By Carolyn Nason

Here are a few helpful hints:     

Are you caring for an aging parent, spouse, or other loved one with a debilitating disease? http://www.caring.com/ is a great website where you’ll find information on how to hire a nurse, navigate Medicare, plus answers to thousands of other questions       


From Joan Sass, a great idea to keep your wine cool. Won’t this be fun to do this summer? Thanks, Joan!


Here’s a marvelous way to make hard boiled eggs from Jeff and Michelle Amich (Honey Badger). Pop the eggs in the oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. To keep them from rolling around, you can put them in a muffin tin. No boiling required. Cool! Thanks, Jeff and Michelle.                                          



Check out http://www.freecycle.org/ for FREE stuff. Type in “Milwaukee, Wisconsin” to see what’s available in our area. Or, maybe you’ve got some things you want to get rid of. Remember, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.



Roger Tolfa sends this tip. Seems he’s been busy polishing his headlights. Thanks, Roger.


Save $$$. Take your own mug to Starbucks and you’ll save 10 cents. While that may not seem like much, do it every weekday for a year and save five bucks, enough for a couple cups of joe and you’re being good to the environment. It’s a win-win.

Didja know? Regular produce in the grocery store has stickers that are coded with a number that begins with a “4.” Organic produce has a five-digit code beginning with “9.” Genetically modified foods (GMO) have five-digit numbers beginning with an “8.” And who is this person who puts all those little stickers on the fruit and veggies anyway?

As always, keep your hints coming.


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On Deck

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Day at the Lake

July 13

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Mon, Jun 24
Tue Jun 25 @05:00PM
Taco Tuesday
Wed, Jun 26
Lunch Lakeside Lounge
Wed, Jun 26
Mark Stever Memorial Race
Wed, Jun 26
Rum Party

Sailing and Racing

SailboatsIf you are interested in sailing, and more specifically racing, there are ample opportunities to join one of our racing fleets, or to crew on one of the boats in those fleets.  The women's fleet races on Mondays, small boats race on Tuesdays.  Big boats race on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  And the double handed fleet races on Fridays.

You can learn more about the various racing fleets by clicking here.  And the racing schedule (for all fleets) is available here.


PowerboatOur power boaters are active fishermen.  An annual fishing contest is held in July.  

In addition, our power boaters host a number of events, usually on Thursdays as well as many weekends.

Click here for additional information.


KaszubeCupSSYC offers sailing lessons and a year-round program for children ages 8 - 18.  We offer a six-week series of lessons in Opti's, 420's and Lasers.  Our juniors attend a number of regattas throughout the summer, and host one of thelargest regattas on Lake Michigan, the Kaszube Cup.

Click here to learn more about the Junior program, and here to find out more about the Kaszube Cup regatta.

Social Activities

PartyThe restaurant is open every Friday for lunch and dinner.  

The Entertainment Committee hosts various parties, including:

  • St. Patrick's Day
  • Disco Night
  • Kentucky Derby
  • Review of the Fleet
  • Corn Roast
  • Change of Watch
  • New Year's Eve

and many other, less formal, events throughout the year.

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