Board

Next Monthly Board Meeting will be held at 6:00 pm on July 3, 2019 at the sailing center.

 

General Policies and Procedures
Appendix A to the General Policies and Procedures

Bylaws



Key West Community Sailing Center

705 Palm Avenue, P. O. Box 828
Key West, FL  33041-0828

 

Phone:  305-292-5993

Commodore:  commodore@keywestsailingcenter.org
Website:          http://keywestsailingcenter.org
Facebook:       http://www.facebook.com/KWCSC

Board Members of the Key West Community Sailing Center 2019

Commodore

Jane Carper

Home:
305-294-8166
Cell:
305-942-9080

commodore@keywestsailingcenter.org

Vice
Commodore

Katrina Zoë Norbom

727-410-2597

katnorbom@gmail.com

Rear
Commodore

 

 

 

Treasurer

Russ Vickers

978-239-7328

russvickers@comcast.net

Secretary

Dave Arnold

757-285-1609

dave.arnold@netzero.net

Fleet Officer

Terry Carper

740-513-5251

tejacarper@aol.com

Publics
Affairs
Officer

Elizabeth Levi

917-363-2594

eleastman7@gmail.com

Dockmaster

Hugh Johnson

305-923-6147

johnson1keyw@gmail.com

Membership Officer

Jill Edson

Home: 
603-542-7688
Cell:    
603-252-2072

kwcscmembership@gmail.com
jilledson@comcast.net

Officer at Large

George Edson

Home: 
603-542-7688
Cell:     
603-252-0104

jilledson@comcast.net

Officer at Large

Walter Matthews

305 394 3857

waltmatthews@gmail.com

Counsel  to Board

Marci Rose, Esq.

305-293-1881

squirerose@aol.com



A vote of the Board of the Key West Community Sailing Center established wind requirements/restrictions for the boats in our fleet. Boats can only be taken out when maximum wind gusts are less than 20 knots. If wind gusts measures 20 knots or higher, no boats may be signed out and must remain docked. To determine wind speed, go to

and check wind. That is the reading we will be using as our decision point.


Honoring the essence of the Key West Community Sailing Center’s values and beliefs.


Mission
To encourage and support sailing and sailing education, and to provide suitable Sailing Center facilities for educational, recreational and social use for the public.
Vision
The Key West Community Sailing Center will be a year-round sailing center providing programs for the public. The Center will support and endorse sailing, with an emphasis on sailing education and will provide social and recreational amenities. The Center will be family oriented and will maintain an inviting atmosphere that will encourage the public to make it their first choice for sailing with their family, friends and associates. The Center will be a valued community resource, widely known and recognized as an inclusive and open public organization, helping people build confidence and skills while enjoying the sport of sailing.
 

Goals and Objectives

  • The Board and Sailing Instructors will be open, attentive and responsive to the public and its membership.
  • The Board and Sailing Instructors will govern and manage the center in a manner that is fiscally responsible.
  • The Board will maintain a continuous strategic planning process ensuring membership and management involvement that best meets the vision.
  • Support a volunteer committee structure and nurture candidates for the Board of Directors.
  • Establish and nurture qualified reciprocal center relationships.
  • Maintain a facility that meets the Center's needs for storing member boats, and promoting its Junior and Adult education programs of skill development and sailing safety.
  • Encourage and support active member participation in Center sponsored local events.
  • Nurture a “good neighbor” relationship within the community.
  • The Center will provide an environment where the public and members will treat center sailing instructors with dignity and respect.