May 6th the Spring Series starts. Go to the Racing page for the Registration, NOR & SI’s. If you want to crew for the Spring season, you must sign up again on the Crewing page. Any names added before March will be deleted. Forms >> http://bit.ly/RacSp18
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The PGSC offers our sincerest condolences to Mary Snodgrass whose husband Bob passed away
Mar 20, 2018
after a short but hard fought battle with Leukemia. The family will hold memorial services at a later date. Obituary > https://goo.gl/AsAomd
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Go to the PGSC website to view and download online. Thanks to Fran
Burstein for all of the wonderful pictures! http://www.pgscweb.com/Photos.htm
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Congratulations to 1st place winners; Spinnaker: Soulshine Paul Robbins, Non-spinnaker: Fancy Free Jerry Poquette, Cruising A: Diva Gorda Rudy Gottschlich, Crusing B: Sun Chaser Bob Williams, Cruising Harbor20 : Flying Cloud Christi Van Heek. Thanks to all for a great Regatta. All results Are posted here: https://goo.gl/uYbFjN.
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Join in the fun. Registration deadline is Friday Feb 23, 2018. If you need crew, go to the PGSC home page http://pgscweb.com. CCR Details at: https://goo.gl/dtj79i
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Tom Adams Bridge was closed to boat traffic Saturday (
Feb 10, 2018) afternoon due to electrical issues. As of 5 p.m. Saturday, boat traffic was still prohibited from traveling under the bridge to Manasota Key. Bridge should be repaired soon, call to make sure if you are traveling through.
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The Ortona Lock will be closed for approx 12 days from 04 June through 16 June 2018. Maintenance and repairs will require the lock chamber to be dewatered for crews to perform inspections, replace gate seals and repair Manatee Protection system components. During the closure barges, floating cranes and divers will be working in the lock entrance requiring vessel operators in the area to use minimal speed and caution for safety.
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