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Sept 3, 2020 Meeting agenda

SANTA CLARA COUNTY WATER SKI CLUB
BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND GENERAL SESSION MEETING
Thursday, September 3 at 7:00 PM
This month’s meeting will be conducted on ZOOM. The link will be provided via email.
AGENDA
Board Meeting Establish Quorum/Call to Order 7:00 PM
County updates
Treasurer’s update
Hibernation plan for the club
General Session Call to Order 7:30 PM
Guest welcome
Corresponding / Recording Secretary – Gordon J Acting,  Chuck           Accept prior meeting minutes

VP Facilities – John Crivello
VP Public Relations – Larry Connor

VP Tournaments – Kevin Bishop/Scott Anger
Feasibility of County Open tournament
Inspections – Gordon Jensen
VP Membership – Steve Dachauer
Sargent Of Arms – Mike and Denise Rodas
Treasurer –  John Collins
Members at Large – Jeff Bense and Mark Normandin
OLD business
NEW Business  —    SCCWSC Hibernation Considerations
Entertainment
Adjournment

Art goes for the Record – Oldest Water Skier in Guinness Book of World Records

Art is ready to go
Jerry was the official Driver, behind a wonderful Mastercraft.

 

Notice the smooth water – NOT!

NEWS FLASH: Today, on July 25th, 2020 Art Rodriques skied at the pond and unofficially set the Guinness Book of World Record for the oldest Male water skier at 90 years, 298 days surpassing the old record of 90 years, 174 set in 1976. In addition to just skiing,  Art skied the SCCWSC Course at 30 MPH and got 1 Buoy 3 separate times. The conditions were anything but epic as the WIND was howling.    Great Work Art and Congratulations!

SCCWSC Grand American Canceled – Due to Covid 19

All,
Due to the COVID-19 risk, the required COVID-19 protocols for events and other complications this yea, LSR has decided not to host the Grand American Tournament (#1 and #2) weekend. Anybody who has already registered can expect a full refund. Both Lakeside Ranch and SCCWSC wish you all the best, stay healthy and ski often… with social distancing of course!   Just remember 41′ off is still 6 feet apart from the boat crew.

Updated Covid-19 protocol – Effective June 5th

With the Santa Clara County Public Health Orders updated effective today June 5th for outdoor activities The Board has approved and announced at the General meeting last night a change to our protocols on the dock and in the boat to be consistent with the County.

SCCWSC PROTOCOL to allow for Recreational Skiing.

In addition to the Social Distancing Requirement placed by the County Order, the following policies and expressed procedures must be adhered to at all times by everyone at the POND. This is subject to change, based on updated State or County Directives related to COVID-19.

Effective June 5, 2020 –

If you feel sick or ill don’t come to the POND!

Social distancing must be maintained throughout the Water Skiing experience by all persons who are not members of the same household. This includes but is not limited to:
*All Members/Guests on the Dock will be required to wear face Masks when NOT skiing. No exceptions and this is NOT Optional. If you don’t wear a mask you will be asked to leave.
*No more than two people in the Boat (driver/spotter) at one time and both shall have face masks if they are from a different household.
*organized events (Tournaments, Learn to ski Days, Fundraisers) and gatherings are not allowed until further direction is provided by the county.
*Members must exit the property immediately after completing activities, no gatherings allowed.

Sanitary practices should be maintained throughout the experience. This includes but is not limited to:
*All members will use their OWN ski equipment and will NOT touch other members gear.
*All Boat owners will add the necessary products to their boat to provide regular sanitized seating, Steering and other unavoidable touch points in order to ensure sanitized space for Boat Driver/Spotter. Cleaning Shall occur with each change of Crew.
Compliance, Enforcement and Consequences if Protocol is Not Observed
Members are responsible throughout the day to SELF enforce all required social distancing protocol. Those observed out of compliance will be reminded to adhere to all protocol, be asked to leave, and/or suspended from the club.

ALL Other SCCWSC Rules and guidelines remain in place.

Dedicated to the sport of water skiing