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North Dock Back Where it Belongs

Rear Commodore Mike Moody reports that the North Dock has been straightened out and re-anchored thanks to new member Tony Kuhlman.

"Tony volunteered to 'dive' into a project for the club - literally," said Moody. "Using his scuba and snorkel equipment, Tony spent a good part of the day this past Sunday diving into Lake Lansing to identify and tag the anchor chains that gave way this spring on the North Dock. Because of his efforts the dock is back in place and it will be much easier for everyone to get in and out of the launch area."

Tony, is a participant in the Adult Learn to Sail Program and has been working hard to develop his sailing skills on Thursday evenings.

When you see Tony at the club please give him big "Thank you" for all his work on this project.