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The Executive leadership from January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2018:

Joan Marzi

Joan Marzi will be completing her 4th year as a SHBC member. Joan was previously the Club's Secretary, (Scribe) and she initiated the Halloween Costume Party contest to coincide with the Club's annual Chili Cook-off. She also was a big help with our various parties' food set up and assisted in the party decorations process. This will be Joan's 2nd term as Commodore.

Jurgen Billhoffer Jurgen accepted this interim position by believing our claim that "everyone has to serve once!" Jurgen and his wife belong to the West Coast Trailer Sailing Squadron. A special memory they have is boat camping on Cayo Costa. Jurgen flies model airplanes as a hobby and is looking forward to more cruising with our club and organizing the Club's social functions as our new Vice Commodore.
Race Chair(s)
John Viverito, Chris Dollin
Cruise Director
Mark Kanuk
Guest Speaker Committee
Ellen Henderson
Mark Kanuk Mark Kanuck is a retired US Naval Officer, who will be continuing his 2nd year overseeing our Club's funds. Mark has also been our Cruising Chair for the last two years, organizing adventures to Tampa Sailing Squadron, downtown St. Pete, and Bradenton.
John Viverito John has been very active in the organizational side of our Club. Among his other positions, John was Commodore three times and is now adding Scribe to his Racing Chair functions. He recently kindly offered to store all of the Club's decorations and party supplies at his home. He campaigns his Precision 21', "Pegasus" and frequently wins the Club races. John has competed in sailboat races all over the Tampa Bay region..
Web Developer
Mike Hembrey Mike was appointed to the Unofficial and non-Executive position of Club Webmaster, mostly because he could spell HTML correctly. Mike was once a Web and Systems Administrator for a blind/low vision products company, but is now retired and passed his (Ham) Amateur Extra Class License exam January 2016. He also served a term as Commodore, and asks "Why can't I make Commodore decisions now?"
(Position Open)

Linda, unfortunately for us, has retired from this volunteer position. Her work was outstanding and will be sorely missed.

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