Officers of CANE...

CANE Officers are nominated at our annual November Planning Meeting where we also lay out the next year's activities.  at the December Holiday Party the new officers are  voted for and then assume their new roles .  Then with all members' input, the new officers help the volunteer event captains carry out the details of each activity planned throughout the year.  Ideally everyone gets involved & that makes all of our experiences as rewarding as we know they can be.. 

 

Members interested in serving on the board should contact any of the officers with your interest.

Membership Chair
Paula Mueller
CANEsailor@gmail.com

Paula Mueller, with her husband Steve, has been sailing the Ma/RI coast for 20+ years. They now sail a 2006 Catalina 350, Brilliant, out of Wareham, MA on Buzzards Bay. Their favorite sailing destination is Edgartown. 

Commodore
Kerry Reynolds
CANEsailor@gmail.com

Kerry has been sailing Buzzards Bay since 2003 when she impulsively purchased an O’Day 192 at a yard sale. Both she and her husband, Jason, have recently obtained their captain’s licenses. They sail their Catalina 320, Affinity, out of Marion, MA and their favorite cruising destination is Cuttyhunk.

Treasurer
Carol Vachon
CANEsailor@gmail.com
Vice Commodore
Dave Chase
CANEsailor@gmail.com

Carol has seved as Treasurer since July, 2016.  She & her husband Phil (see above) have been very active & valued members since 2010, & sail their Beneteau 393, Uno Mas,  out of the East Greenwich Yacht Club in East Greenwich, RI.

Dave's a semi-retired SATCOM engineer who can't stop finding new things to try. He's a newbie to sailing (never set foot on a sailboat until 2015, when he went through his ASA basic to bareboat course). After a brief stint with a Hobie 18, he decided to partner on a Catalina 320 (Indigo) with Bill Winder/Katiti Kironde and can't stop finding things to fix/upgrade. Linda is still trying to figure out if she likes sailing

Web Site
Steve Greenwood
CANEsailor@gmail.com

Steve and his family sail their C320 Pressure Drop out of Harpswell, ME. Pressure Drop is giving us a greater understanding of the points of sail, diesel engines, fog and bright clear mornings.