America's Boating Club New Member's for 2022
Daniel & Cindy Alman
Amy Ann Pruitt
Membership Benefits - Why Join ?
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Learn from Experienced Instructors
Advanced Grade, Elective, and Learning Guide materials are continually updated to prepare our members for the 21st century. Self-study courses are available on a variety of subjects. Courses are taught by Local, Experienced Instructors.
A Network of Activities for You and Your Family
On the Water activities, cruises, rendezvous. For the relatively new boater – another boater with whom to cruise. Squadron social events, parties, picnics, speakers of interest. Youth programs involve your children in boating.
Giving Back to Your Community
Joint programs with the Department of Natural Resources and the U. S. Coast Guard. Participation in various community projects. Boat Shows, National Safe Boating Week. Service to NOAA by providing revisions to existing charts through our Cooperative Charting Program.
The Shallotte River Sail & Power Squadron of America’s Boating Club began during the summer of 1987 when a group was formed to begin operation of a squadron as a Division of the Cape Fear Power Squadron in Wilmington, NC. A Division Executive Committee was formed in May of 1988, the squadron began functioning, and an official charter was granted by the United States Power Squadrons on 19 May 1990. Joe Huber was the first commander of the squadron. The squadron changed its name to “Shallotte River Sail & Power Squadron” in 2002.
Hunter D Adams Nick S Nolan
Joseph J Borrell Ernest G Olson
James J Campbell Josephine G Paterson
Robert W Cox John L Richardson
Richard F Dzengeleski Harry P Rober
Thomas W Elliott Grady M Roscoe
Franklin T Forrest John B Smith
Harry O Grose Jr Gustav M Ulrich
James M Hesser Cletus A Waldmiller
Joseph G Huber John Warring
Charles L Lambert William J Walsh
Al G Laughinghouse Milton B Whann
Sue A McCann Glenn W White
Reggie J Medlin David A Yocum
John S Munroe John F Ziefel