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Raffle time is here again!

On April 1st, 2014, posted in: News by

                                                   What’s wrong with this picture?   Correct—snow and boats just don’t go together!  But a little of the white stuff, okay, a lot of the white stuff, didn’t stop us from acquiring this sunshiny yellow ClearWater Design Canoe for our annual raffle. Soon all QS members will be getting their booklet of raffle tickets […]

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Steve is racing in Miami, Florida at the 2.4mR World Championship

On January 27th, 2014, posted in: News by

Steve’s Sailing Adventures   While most of us sailors spend January dreaming of July, others pack up their gear, hitch up the trailer and head for the south.  That’s what our Steve Brown has done and he’s created a blog to share his adventures with everyone.   Follow Steve at  http://stevessailingadventures.tumblr.com/  and cheer for him […]

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Quinte SailAbility acquires a CL14 sailboat to add to their fleet.

On December 11th, 2013, posted in: News by

Through a generous donation from the Parrot Foundation, Quinte SailAbilty is able to purchase a CL14 . We are very excited to get this boat for the upcoming 2014 sailing season. The CL14 is not deemed to be a disability boat per say but will allow several of our sailors to enjoy the full sailing […]

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Music nite @ the Grind

On December 6th, 2013, posted in: News by

We had our 3rd annual “Music Night At The Grind ” Nov. 28th. The entertainment, coffee and crowd was great. So was the financial results! Our thanks to Colin Conroy, owner of the Grind and his staff, Jess and Lilia, Scott Pennington for sound and the ENSS performers, Anna Barker, Kristen Crowes, Marilasa Howes, Katie Falla and Brad […]

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The Winds are Blowing!

On November 28th, 2013, posted in: News by

The strong winds we had two weeks ago had a physical affect on the water levels . The first picture was taken by Rick Tinga during the high winds at the QS dock. What sustained high winds do is blow water to the leeward end of the lake reducing the water level at our section and increasing […]

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