September 2002

Sue Corl, Lisa Chandler, Myrna Farquhar, Emma Richards (in teal), Susan Lee, Val Cook, Joan Thayer and Liz Garvin

Giving a warm send off to Emma Richards as she enters the Around Alone race.



NWSA Annual Meeting; Partnership with US SAILING

NWSA will hold a strategic planning meeting at its annual meeting in Colorado Springs, CO, March 14th. The outcome will produce a business plan for the next two years, with more programs and fun events for NWSA members. The meeting will be followed by two days of meetings with the Women's Sailing Committee of US SAILING to work on the new partnership. We believe the partnership will provide NWSA members with access to programs we do not now provide and likewise provide women in US SAILING with access to our programs.


Hine awarded Leadership in Women's Sailing Award

Gail Hine, one of the first female sailors in the U.S. to organize large-scale training events for women, was awarded the third Leadership in Women's Sailing Award at Sail Expo in Atlantic City, NY, in January. Hine has worked for 30 years to expand sailing opportunities for women. She recently completed running the 13th annual Women's Sailing Convention in Corona del Mar, CA in February. This event brought together over 300 women for a day of workshops on and off the water. Hine was the first female commodore of her yacht club, served as president of Recreational Boaters of California and was on the BoatU.S. National Advisory Council. Hine was named Yachtsman of the Year receiving the Peggy Slater Award in 1990 by the Southern California Yachting Association and received the Hine still races her Nightingale 24 in local regattas.

Left to right: Doris Colgate (NWSA), Gail Hine, Elaine Dickinson (BoatUS)


Stories and Scenes from 2002 AdventureSail® Events

July 27, 2002 -Sacramento, CA
Hosted by: Sacramento's Catalina 22 Fleet 4 Association
Coordinator: Phil Agur, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Total number of participants: 64. Stories expected shortly