Members -please ensure your CPS contact, boat info, and membership is current. Go to www.cps-ecp.ca to confirm. This is where we gather our contact list from. If you are not receiving our sporadic Squadron email notices, this is one of the most likely issues. The next would be to check your junkmail/spam email settings. A reminder to long standing members (whose renewals will all be for April 1) that dues are quickly approaching. Newer members your membership dates align with the date you joined. We will be culling our newsletter email list the end of April to reflect current membership at that time.
Notice of AGM
April 27 @ Ft. Langley Lions Hall. Click here for more info.
Our 2019 Cruise Schedule is now set. Click here and mark your calendars now; if you've never been, or it's been awhile, why not renew acquaintances and join in the fun.
Winter Courses will be starting up again in January. If there's a specific course you would like to see offered, please let our Education Officer know here?
EExit Room & Bread for Boating Event
A great afternoon/evening that included a little bit of everything, but the common thread throughout all of it was a lot of fun, jovial conversation. Thanks to Joan & Rowan for organizing, and Chris & Brigiette for providing the space and the sourdough readmaking session. There'll be a lot of smelly boats (in a good way) this season. Sorry if you missed it; watch for your 'Riggers Assistant' and keep checking back for other events throughout the year. The next Squadron Event will be the Easter cruise to Ladysmith.
Squadron Christmas Party
Well, that was a fun way to start off the Festive Season! It was a bit of a gamble, but Pit Boss kept the 3 gaming tables a humming. If it were real $$$ floating around that night, some of the stockings might be a little light this year. From the chatter around the tables (both gambling and the appies -which was more like a buffet!), it's safe to say the night was a winner for all that attended. Special thanks to our Socials Officers Joan & Rowan for a great event!
Labour Day Cruise: Montague Harbour
A 10 boat raft up on the eastern shore under the power lines, and a good time had by all. Lots of laughter, catching up, and not too many shenanigans (this time!). All in all, a great wrap to the Squadrons' cruising schedule. Thanks to our Cruisemaster Steve for co-ordinating a great series this year. More photos here.
Victoria Day Wknd @ Poet's Cove was a blast! Check photos here, but would be even better to see you in person at the next cruise!
LPS AGM & Change of Watch; Potluck, and an Alaska Cruise Presentation
A group of 40 were present to share boating stories, upcoming adventures, and to both thank & welcome the outgoing/incoming Bridge. After diner and the formal portion of the evening, Terry & Maribel shared photos and thoughts of their 6 week cruise to Alaska. A great evening -check out photos here.
Start of the Season: Ladysmith Shakedown Cruise
It was a good time had by all who attended this gem of a spot. More photos here.
Pub night: Grad Celebration with guest speaker Jeff Cote (Wed., Jan. 31)
Thanks to all that came out. This topical presentation (and ensuing discussion) was very entertaining and informative.
The Langley Power & Sail Squadron Christmas Party
A crew of sixty-five(!) had a great time socializing on our New West Paddle Wheeler run up the Fraser River. Thanks to all who attended, it was fantastic to see such a great turn out.
Did you miss the last event?
Then you missed Snoop Lucy Dogg's latest moves and who knows what else. Make a point of coming out to a Squadron event -you never know what you'll see!
Past Events (cont.)
Canada Day at Genoa Bay was great, and a well attended Rendezvous. We had 4 boats from Fraser Squadron join us, for 17 boats in total! A good time was had by all!
Telegraph Marina Shakedown Cruise
Not warm and balmy, but not snowing either :^) Nine boats did enjoy the warm company of a wet, but enjoyable rendezvous.
Change of Watch & Annual General Meeting
Saturday, April 22, 2017 6:00pm
A great turn out, w/thanks to the 57 attendees! Lots of other thanks as well...
•Leanne, Jeff, and all that help prep tonights' event.
•our special guests for the evening:
-Michael & Leslie, representing Bellingham Sail & Power Squadron; our sister squadron
-Peter & Carla Vassilopoulos, authors and our guest speakers for the evening
-Gary & Sandra Clow, representing PMD
•our outgoing Bridge & (now) P/Cmd Bob Stone for their past years service
•our incoming 2017/18 Bridge, led by Cmd Terry Watling
more photos here
Is your squadron burgee showing it's age? Include a crisp, fresh new burgee as part of your spring commissioning. They look great and the quality matches the look. Contact Shane Fawkes or Jim Henderson for your new burgee.
Please feel free to check back here as often as you like, but you may have noticed the 'Tweets' window to the left is where short updates, reminders, and tidbits are fed to. Following us on Twitter is the best way to get instant notices.
Please help us keep you informed
If you're an LPS member and haven't been receiving the occasional email blast, please confirm what email address is included as part of your CPS membership profile. Click here to go check. Please contact Cmdr. Jay or P/C Shane if you need more assistance.
Float Plan? What Float Plan?
How many people honestly file one? Why not? This free site (registration required), makes it very easy to do. Click here.
Share your shots.
Have a great shot of your boat, like this one of the Bossons' Emerald Sea, or one from this past boating season? Send it to the webmaster and we'll include it on our photos page!
Hit us with your best shot!
Have a great photo (or 2?) from this season you'd like to share with us? lf so, please email it to our webmaster (please include boat name and location photo was taken). Remember, we've also started an 'our boat' page, so please send us a photo of your boat to include (again, please include vessel name in email). Lastly, if you've got any sort of website/blog/etc. to do with your boating, please include a URL that we could also include.