Club Crabtowne Members Seek Sailing Opportunities


Club Cabotowne met September 26 at the Fleet Reserve Club in Annapolis, where they discussed fall and winter plans and listened to a speaker from Samaritan Women who worked as a volunteer to assist in fighting human trafficking.

Many of our club members are excited about participating in more sailing events. We simply need to find a skilled sailor who needs a crew, which could include everyone from the sailors in our club, such as our president, Jay Crouthers, down to the novices who could prepare covered dishes.

August 8 several club members went to Quiet Waters Park, where they heard the Kelly Bell band. Within a few blocks, the boat dock was closing and the kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boarding had come to an end for the day.

Cub Crabtowne members recently enjoyed a concert at Quiet Waters Park

For community service, Crabtowne members are currently involved in local projects, such as the serving at the Light House Shelter and a maintaining our garden plot along the B&A trail.

To get in on the action, simply join our club on Meet-Up and sign up for activities ranging from ski trips to boating, biking, hiking, and cultural activities throughout the year. For detailed information, visit our website. Active-duty military personnel receive a one-year free membership.

by Carol Moyer