End of Summer Hummer

Sylvan Lake Sailing Club celebrated the end of their season with the 19th annual End of Summer Hummer Regatta during the weekend.

Wind blown - With the sun twinkling off the water

Sylvan Lake Sailing Club celebrated the end of their season with the 19th annual End of Summer Hummer Regatta during the weekend. With 25 competitors in two divisions, the sailors enjoyed favourable sailing weather as they displayed their skills and speed on the lake just off the southern lakeshore.

Placing first in Division 1 was the team of Michael Clements, Steven Johnson, Rick Howard and Tracey Anderson on The Mrs. They were followed by Lynn Sutherland, Dave Sutherland, Janice Brown and Judith Neville in Treachery. Third place went to John Lee, Allan Fisher, Trevor Bradshaw and Yvonne Bradshaw in Eightball.

Winners of the Division 2 races were the crew of Doug Stewart, Josh Brow, Michael Wuetherick and Cameron Farrington on board Black Pearl.

Second place was Anitra III with Chris Lemke, Nathan Lemke and James Lemke. Third place went to Peter Bennet, Don Kelloway and Walter Gahler on Affordable.

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