SeaGate Yacht Club Annual Fishing Tournament

The fishermen and THE FISH

Ted cooked and cooked and cooked and whatever he put in that pot was delicious.
I understand he even added the 'catch of the day.'
In addition to the Cioppino, Ted and his able assistants prepared pasta with meatballs, a delicious salad and cheesecake for dessert.
While Ted was cooking, the rest of us greeted old friends and met some new ones. There were plenty of snacks to enjoy with a drink or two and the decorations were a perfect complement to the theme of the day.
We even had the pleasure of presenting Burgees to three new members. It is always great to welcome new folks to our SeaGate community.
After a hiatus of a few years we resurrected the Annual Fishing Tournament. To measure the results by the number and size of the fish at weigh in would not reflect the enjoyment of a beautiful day on the water telling fish stories. We only had six fishermen and fewer fish. In my note a week ago I said the fish were looking forward to our tournament. I think they are still laughing. Nevertheless, awards were presented.
As a fitting finish to a fun event there were door prizes galore. Very nice picture frames, shell tooth picks and gift certificates were some of the gifts won.










Thanks to your Fishing Tournament event hosts David & Barbara Snegg, Paul Brown and Ted & Linda Cohen for putting together a fun event.