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GLACIER LAKES CHAPTER
VOLUME 11 ISSUE 3
The Antique and Classic Boat Society, Inc.
“Thank you so much for the invite to your recent show. Your show was the
best one we've attended. We felt so welcomed. The setting was superb,
as was the boat parade.
You surely have a great thing going.”
Bob & Sue House “Maid 'n '47”
“Hail” of a Good Time!
By Mark Walters and Photos Beth Lepping
The 9th annual Madison Area Antique and Classic Boat Show
(MAACBS) had a little of everything for 2014. There was great boating to the UW campus (navigating three lakes), beautiful sun for vitamin D intake, and some rare weather (hail!) to top off the festivities.
As usual, the MAACBS was a unique boat show weekend for both
boat owners and those coming to view the boats. Century, as the
event’s featured boat, was a hit for 2014. Tommy Holmes (Century
boat aficionado) was in his element with Pabst Blue Ribbon in hand,
Century boats getting the show focus, and a three day holiday at the
As the sun pierced the horizon on Friday morning, one could tell the
day of boating would be perfect. The light breeze, low humidity, and
clear skies provided a glorious backdrop for the morning cruise.
Thirty-two boats left Christy’s dock toward the state Capital and Lake
Mendota. There were a few breakdowns along the way (to be expected) but the comradery and hospitality of the attendees helped the
stranded owners secure their boats and continue on the journey.
Circling around the Monona Terrace Convention Center and Capital
was truly picturesque. Navigating through the Tenney Locks to Lake
Mendota is always fascinating given the original structure was built
in 1904. Once at the Goodspeed family pier on the UW—Madison
campus, boat owners were corralled to the Memorial Union Terrace
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IN THIS ISSUE
MAACBS Boat Show............................page 1,4 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Glacier Lakes Anniversary Event............................page 3
Milwaukee River Cruise.......................................page 10-12
Chapter Board Meeting..............................................page 13
Minocqua Boat Show......................................................page 14-16
Boats for Sale.......................................................page 17-18
Advertisers (Support those who support us)...page 18-23
MEMBERSHIP FORM.............................................page 24
Glacier Lakes Chapter 10th Anniversary
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Saturday November 22nd, 2014
at the aloft HOTEL
SEE PAGE 3
“We’ll be putting on The Ritz”
Officers and Directors 2013
Glacier Lakes Chartered by ACBS April 30, 2004
Commodore Emeritus-Frank Petran 1939-2011
Commodore – Rich Lepping
ACBS Board of Directors/Marketing
1634 Sherman Avenue Madison, WI 53704
608-235-1707 [email protected]
Vice Commodore -Mark Willis
18875 Black Forest Dr. Brookfield, WI 53045
Cell 262-389-0535 [email protected]
W286 N3082 Lakeside Rd. Pewaukee, WI 53072
262-691-0177 [email protected]
W296 N2977 Franciscan Rd. Pewaukee, WI 53072
414-573-2861 [email protected]
WOW what a fantastic summer!
Beth and I have had the pleasure of attending three great shows in the
previous two months. First, we made our way up north to Minocqua;
the show was held downtown at the Boathouse. There, we were greeted by an old friend Bill Hooper, who promptly put a drink in our hands, and we were off.
The show includes a boat parade, people’s choice balloting, and of course, taking in a
Friday night fish fry. Thanks to Al and Gordon, for putting on such a fine show. Over thirty boats were in the water, and of course, boats and cars on land rounded out the show.
1ST YEAR TERM DIRECTOR-Roberta Hegy
N8772 Stone School Road East Troy, WI 53120
262-470-6181 [email protected]
The next was our own Madison show. Thanks to the entire committee, for putting on another well done show. This year, Madison featured Century Boats. The Century Clubs’s own
Tommy Holmes , President of the CBC, came in for the weekend and handed out the best
Century award on Saturday afternoon. We of course made new friendships and renewed
others. The show started with a day on the water, visiting three of our Madison area lakes,
a stop at UW’s Memorial Union, and finished the day with a great Wisconsin Fish Boil.
Saturday held the show, with awards being handed out late in the afternoon. The Madison
Show partners with the Clean Lakes Alliance, and we were able to contribute over $4,000
this year. A record 52 boats were registered and next year, we will be featuring Higgins
Boats. Can’t wait!!
2nd Year Term Director-Howard Schneider
W186 S6850 Jewel Crest Dr. Muskego, WI 53150
262-679-4391 [email protected]
3rd Year Term Director-Marc Daniloff
329 South Judge Drive, Saukville, WI 53080
414-531-0005 [email protected]
Director at Large/-Peter Miesbauer
119 Evarts Street Belleville, WI 53508
cell: 608-219-1197 [email protected]
Director At Large- Cliff Muehlenberg
921 Westowne Ave. Waukesha, WI 53188
262-370-5492 [email protected]
We also attended the Pewaukee boat show in the middle of August. The Pewaukee Boat
Show celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. Congratulations to the committee for ten
great years. Friday night started out with a lovely reception at the home of Gary and Sue
Rechcygl. Pete and Nancy Feichtmeier were in charge of cooking. Hard to believe Gary
and Sue are giving up that view. Saturday morning, boats started coming in, and by the end
of the morning they had over 40 boats. Vintage cars, antique bikes, artists, food and a beer
tent greeted hundreds of spectators. The park like setting is a great venue, and once again,
The Pewaukee group hit a home run!
Membership Co-Chairperson -Gayle Ritter
1749 N 83rd St Wauwatosa, WI 53213
Past Commodore-Jack Schneiberg
N168 W21860 Main St., #26 Jackson, WI 53037
262-689-7934 [email protected]
Matt Byrne 630-236-7214
Besides the shows, we are planning for the chapter’s Tenth Anniversary celebration. Mark
your calendar for Saturday November 22nd. The location has changed to The aloft,
downtown Milwaukee. See page 3. Final details are coming together, and I promise, it will
be a nice way to start the next 10 years of our chapter’s history. Please attend and bring
your friends. You can reserve your spot now. Special invitations will also show up soon.
We are looking for a few more board members. As the chapter grows, we want to as well.
At the summer board meeting, we approved adding two new board members. See page 13
for abreviated board minutes. If you have the time and want to get more involved, please
contact of one of us and let us know. This is a fun group and it’s a way to give back to our
hobby and chapter. Think about it!
So, as the summer comes to a close, I want to thank you for a great time, great boat shows,
and most importantly, your friendship. We have had a wonderful time with each and every
one of you. I hope to see you in Lake Geneva or the ACBS International in Skaneateles.
Remember, drive safe and “Put the plug in”
Rich Lepping, Commodore
Newsletter Editor-Wil Vidal
W298 N1875 Lost Tree Ct. Pewaukee, WI 53072
262-695-2994 [email protected]
GLACIER LAKES CHAPTER,
of the Antique & Classic Boat Society, Inc.
To promote the preservation and enjoyment of antique,
classic and special interest watercraft of all types, both
powered and non powered by:
G Promoting public display and use of our boats
G Acting as an information and skill source for our members
G Provide social activities of interest to all members and their families
G Acting as a historical repository for boating related information
G Providing value for our membors in the form of education, merchandise
and service discounts technical workshops, and subject-matter experts.
G Promoting a Positive Image for our chapter and boating in general.
G Promoting boating safety in all our activities.
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“Hail” of a Good Time! From page 1
for lunch. Motivating the skippers to lunch was quite a feat
given the scenery at the pier. Lunch on the Tripp Commons
deck (overlooking Memorial Union Terrace) was spectacular
with a varied selection of food and a beer list rivaling any brew
pub. As usual, the Terrace staff did an
exceptional job catering to our needs.
Enjoying beverages on the Terrace is
always one of the many relaxing parts of
By mid-afternoon, all boats were back
underway toward Lake Waubesa. It is
always a fulfilling moment when a spectator along the cruise waves and compliments the boats (“what a beauty!”).
Skippers traveled at their own pace backdown the Yahara Chain with some participants stopping to jump in the cool,
Mother-Nature turned out a nice day for Saturday’s show.
Fifty-two boats were on display on both land and sea (largest
MAACBS turnout). People flocked to Christy’s Landing to
view the boats, take in some “live” music, and enjoy the beautiful day. The traditional “start your
engines” feature of the show allowed the
enthusiasts to actually see and hear the
boats (more than just trailer “queens”). It
was a glorious day for all who participated
in the show.
As a result of the show, we raised over
$5,000 for the Clean Lakes’ Alliance
(CLA). CLA is a non-profit organization
dedicated to the improvement of the water
quality for the Yahara Chain of Lakes.
The Friday cocktail hour had a share of
drama. A large thunderstorm advanced
from the north and hit Christy’s right
after everyone had their boats secured for
the night. Many looked in horror as the rain turned to hail for
about fifteen minutes (yes, hail!). Luckily the hail was only of
a pea-size variety and no damage was done. The rest of the
night went off in spectacular fashion including the 50’s style
fish-boil under the tent in the sand. The night was topped off
with some revelry inside Christy’s. One of the boat owners felt
the need to belt-out a rendition of Adele with perfect pitch.
Unfortunately those offering a vocal accompaniment did not
have the same talent.
A huge thank you goes out to all the
MAACBS sponsors and show planners.
Without these individuals the show would
not have been such a success!
Next year is the 10th anniversary of the MAACBS.
Higgins will be the featured boat. Look for some new show
features for the celebration. Who knows, given the weather
over the last decade, we could even see snow!
Reserve July 31st and August 1st 2015
for next year’s extravaganza!
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THE WINNERS ARE!
All photos courtesy of Beth Lepping
Best Inboard Nick and Tracy Waters 16' 6" Home built Hacker "Slippery" Tracie-Jean MercCruiser - 233 - 300hp
Best Chris Craft Fred & Peter Bartizal,
1928 Chris Craft Triple 24' Sequel Chrysler 120hp
Best Preserved Bill and Carolyn Shelton 1961 Anthony Jel Cat 16 A 16' 115HP Outboard “Light Foot”
Best Outboard Rich and Beth Lepping 1956 Larson 16' Falls Flyer
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Mike Moran 2014 Gentleman's Racer Hackercraft 16ft
(reproduction) 4.3 Liter Merccruiser Baby Bootlegger
Best Non-motorized Sara Herpolsheimer, 1932
Ian Oughtred 12' Row/Sail Skiff
Best Century Bob and Sue House 1947 Century 20ft Sea Maiden Maid ”n” 47 Gray Marine - 125hp
Best Fiberglass Scott Bruesewitz 1955 Permacraft 26ft Cruiser 292 Ford Interceptor “Chloe”
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Best in Show Nicholas Loniello 1946 Chris Craft 27ft Express Cruiser “Sentimental Lady” Nicholas Loniello
Madison Area Antique & Classic Boat Show
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Madison Area Antique & Classic Boat Show
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Madison Area Antique & Classic Boat Show
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Milwaukee River Cruise Saturday July 19, 2014
BY KEN BOURGEOIS
With Mother Nature on her very best behavior Glacier
Lakes Chapter members along with some very welcome
guests from Blackhawk had a wonderful outing on the
Milwaukee River system. The weather was, I can safely
Thirteen boats and nearly thirty people signed in for the
cruise. After dealing with some of the required mechanical problems I commented that if I would gather up all
the pictures of classic boat owners standing around a
stricken boat making “constructive suggestions” that I
could fill a scrap book. Later that day it dawned on me
that these are some of the things that I enjoy the most
about the chapter.
After a delayed start we toured The Milwaukee, and The
Menomonee Rivers with a few stops along the way for
fluid equalization. There are a number of interesting sites
along both sides of these waterways, brew pubs, luxury
condominiums and one very interesting sight concerning
the replacement of a distributor on a classic wood boat.
Last but not least we entered the Kinnickinnic River. A
short way up the river was our lunch stop at the Horny
Goat Marina and Brew Pub. They did a fine job handling
the group with enough dock space and we were served
very efficiently without any long wait times. We told Wil
that a picture of the group from across the river would
really be great. He refused to swim across the river saying that it may damage his camera so Todd gave him a
ride over in his boat. I don’t think this was necessary he
could have just held the camera over his head.
Some of the group returned for haul out and some
cruised south to South Shore Yacht Club for some additional refreshments and in one case a short but very cold
A great time was had by all.
A special thank you to Ken Bourgeois for
organizing this great event.
Thank you to Marc Danloff
for taking some great pictures
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Milwaukee River Cruise Saturday July 19, 2014
Milwaukee Cruise Participants
Dan & Laura Holdmann
John & Erin Fischer
Brian Kramer & friends
Don Emigholz & Friends
John & Pam Bass
Gary Berg & Jane Larson
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Ted & Cindy Cartner
Wil & Mary Vidal
Ken & Gerda Bourgeois
Milwaukee River Cruise Saturday July 19, 2014
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Glacier Lakes Board Meeting, July 1, 2014
The meeting was held poolside at the beautiful home of Rich & Roberta Hegy, who graciously provided us with delicious food
and refreshments. After a tour of Roberta’s workshop featuring her Glen L Torpedo under construction, Commodore Rich
Lepping called the board meeting to order at 6:45 PM. THank you Rich and Roberta.
Board Members Present: Marc Daniloff, Nancy Feichtmeier, Roberta Hegy, Rich
Lepping, Cliff Meuhlenberg, Sue Rechcygl, Jack Schneiberg, Howard Schneider,
Mark Willis and newsletter editor, Wil Vidal.
Financial Report: Nancy reported that the balance in the general fund is $5,358.98.
Rich asked about cash flow, specifically how dues income from ACBS arrives.
Nancy said it comes in spurts, with most in the beginning of the calendar year. Wil
explained that originally, all members had a January due date, but recently, membership due dates were when they joined ACBS. Rich stated the need to build up the
treasury for contingencies and educational programs. The two boat shows will help by
contributing 10% of their proceeds to the Glacier Lakes general fund starting this year.
501(c)(3) Progress: Jack reported that he will hear back from the IRS the next day.
They realize that we have been waiting a long time. There is a question whether they
regard us as a 501(c)(7) which is more of a social club, or a 501(c)(3), which is better for tax deductibility. We will revisit the matter of the boat donation after we get
confirmation on the status. Regarding the audit of the chapter and boat show books, Paul
Brown is currently working on it, and Jack will meet with him the following week.
Pewaukee boat show August 16: Wil displayed this year’s boat show posters, and
board members took some to post at area businesses. Added this year is a Friday
night party at Rechcygl’s with Feichtmeier’s handling the food.
Madison boat show August 2-3: This year’s feature boat is the Century. So far they
have 4-5 Centuries coming, including one from Nebraska. They have 16 registered
boats and more that indicated they are coming. Friday’s tour of lakes includes lunch at UW
Memorial Union Terrace, a stop at a “lake house” for cocktails, and a Friday night fish fry
at Christy’s. There will be live music Friday night and Saturday during the show.
Discussion of the Kit Boat: Wil reported that we are keeping the kit boat. The latest
issue of the publication “30 West” featured a new organization called “All Hands
Boatworks Inc.”, an educational boat building program for young people in the
Milwaukee area who are challenged by socioeconomic and educational hurdles. Wil
will contact them and offer them the kit boat, possibly have them bring the boat to
one of our shows when complete, and possibly donate money to them in the future. A suggestion was made to invite a representative of their organization to the fall banquet. Jack
made a motion to proceed with this plan, and Marc seconded. All approved.
Fall Banquet: The “10th Anniversary Gala” will be held on Saturday evening,
November 22, 2014. (Location has changed as of these minutes.) Members of the
planning committee are Rich Lepping, Jane Larsen, John Baas, John Baumann,
Gayle Ritter and Wil Vidal. More are welcomed to join this committee. There will be
hors d’oeuvres and a sit down dinner, awards, recognitions, and entertainment, all for
$50/person. We are asked to “gussy up” for this event.
ACBS Update: Wil and Rich attended a recent ACBS meeting held at The Ridges
Resort, Lake Chatuge, Hiawassee, GA. ACBS has a new membership database,
including renewal, member and boat info, thanks in large part to Matt Byrne’s efforts.
Also, ACBS voted that all boats 25 years old or older, regardless of hull material, will
be welcome at shows and will have a judging classification, including Best of Show.
This should help with ACBS membership retention. Rich stated that this has been in
the works for 6-7 years. Also, ACBS has changed their governance policies to work
more like a business than a volunteer organization. Peter Stephens was hired by
ACBS as executive director, a new title.
ACBS Awards: Rich and Wil have submitted nominations for (1) Newsletter of the
Year, and (2) Chapter of the Year. The winners will be announced at the ACBS
Annual Celebration Banquet in Skaneateles, NY on Sept. 20, 2014.
Increasing Size of Board: Rich stated that while business boards of directors are getting smaller, volunteer organizations’ boards have been getting larger, in order to get
more members involved. Wil stated that the fall banquet is the time for new officers
to be elected. The current list of officers/directors was discussed. The commodore
serves for 2-years at his option. A suggestion was made that the membership chair
position should be a board member. It was also suggested that we add another 3rd
year term director and another director-at-large. Wil and Rich will solicit candidates
for a director-at-large at the Minocqua show the end of July. These changes to the
board should be stated in an Addendum to the By-Laws. Rich asked Sue to write an
Addendum to add one more director-at-large and an additional 3rd year term director. The addendum should also reflect the change in our reporting year end to
Dec.31st, and also our change in dues last year. This should be sent out by midOctober, to be ratified at the fall banquet.
Commodore Lepping adjourned the board meeting at 8:07 PM, and thanked Rich and
Roberta for hosting.
Sue Rechcygl, Chapter Secretary
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22nd Annual Minocqua Boat Show
Story provided by Dean Acheson for Al Hanley Writer
Special thanks to Reg Down, known as “Texx” on The WoodyBoater website
The rich heritage of antique and classic wooden boats
was enjoyed by large crowds of visitors to the 2014
Minocqua Antique & Classic Wooden Boat Show held
this past July 25-27 on the famous Minocqua Chain of
The ample piers at The Boathouse in downtown
Minocqua accommodated 37 of the 46 boats that were
registered this year. Numerous models and sizes of
boats gave visitors a history lesson in these magnificent
vessels that once plied the waters of resort communities
across the Northwoods in large numbers. The familyfriendly event saw plenty of cameras as visitors recorded their favorite restored boat.
The musical duo of Brett & Frisk entertained both boat
show participants and visitors over the weekend.
Admission to the event is free and helps draw families.
Boat owners and their guests were able to cruise the
seven-lake chain totaling 5,700 acres and past historic
boathouses and homes that date back three quarters of a
century and more. Many of the owners also took part in
the boat parade Friday night just before the Min-Aqua
Bats’ water ski show. In addition to the moored boats,
there were wooden boats, canoes and even “woodie”
cars parked on land in front of The Boathouse.
This was the 22nd annual show held to raise money for
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Wisconsin, which uses the
money for research and direct services for thousands of
people with MS. This year the group raised more than
$10,500 for this outstanding cause.
Mother Nature dampened Sunday’s attendance, but
when the rain stopped the spectators came out for the
final showing and the awards program.
David Richardson of Sheboygan took home the
Captain’s Choice as “Best of Show.” Wil Vidal of
Pewaukee fame received the “People’s Choice” Award.
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22nd Annual Minocqua Boat Show
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2014 Minocqua Antique & Classic Wooden Boat Show WINNERS
Wil & Mary Vidal – 22’ 1940 Chris Craft Sportsman
Captain’s Choice “Best of Show”
David Richardson – 22’ 1929 Chris Craft Cadet
Dave Bortner – 21’ 1968 Century Coronado
Best Pre-War Chris Craft
Dr. Wafik Hanna 19’ 1942 Chris Craft Barrel Back
Best Post-War Chris Craft – Utility
Perry Edwards 16’ 1947 Chris Craft Rocket
Best Post-War Chris Craft – Runabout
Angel Levin 20’ 1948 Chris Craft Custom
Best Classic Fiber Glass
Ken & Robin Greger 14’ 1955 Larson Playboy
Best Non-Powered Boat
Winchester Boat Works
Best Antique or Classic Wood Boat
Eric & Kathy Moberg 19’ 1958 Streblow “Rebel”
Doug & Linda Stone 17’ 1954 Peterborough Seafarer
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BOATS FOR SALE H BOATS FOR SALEH BOATS FOR SALE
1950 Century Resorter
427 Chevy Nixon Marine
Conversion Velvet Drive.
1956 SwitzerCraft Shooting Star. For SaleOriginal Owner A Classic Switzer's racing hull,
designed and built in '56 Of the approximately 75
Shooting Stars manufactured in that year, this is
one of about 10 known to still exist. Includes '68
Mercury 50 hp motor with electric start and controls, on Shoreland'r trailer. Lovingly cared for,
NOT RESTORED 715-356-7499
1941 Century 20ft Sedan.
Rare of only two known. NOT A GRAY BOAT. Moody
tandem trailer included. Needs complete restoration.
Model 125 Gray six engine. Asking $15,000.00 Karl 262567-1772
REDUCING MY COLLECTION
1961 Chris Craft 19ft Continental; original
283, refinished, new upholstery $13,500
1947 Chris Craft
92HP Complete restoration
5200 bottom. All new
mahogany. Everything new
Asking: $32,500.00 OBO
1965 Chris Craft 17ft Super Sport,
totally redone $14,000
1963 Century Saber 18ft. Engine totally
rebuilt, complete refinishing $9,500.00
1965 Century Resorter 17ft, engine rebuilt, new
upholstery, new finish, sliding soft top
Gordon Moore 715-356-4218 Cell: 985-873-7132
1947 8' Penn Yan Dinghy completely restored.
Museum quaility restoration. Wonderful addition to a Lake
Home great room, restaurant or sports bar. This boat can
be used if desired. All the hardware has been re-chromed,
new cedar floor boards, new roping, replaced the keel and
dynel cloth on the bottom with west systems. Asking
$5,000.00 OBO. Randy Muladore Three Lakes, WI. 715891-5026 or [email protected]
1941 16' Chris-Craft Deluxe Runabout.
Complete Restoration including 5200 bottom and
engine rebuild in 2009. Revarnish in 2013. Correct
gauge rebuild by Kocian in 2013. Hessel Best-InClass winner in 2009 and 2013. With trailer and
covers. Beautiful boat, fairly rare and kind of
expensive. Call or text 715-490-2751
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BOATS FOR SALE H BOATS FOR SALEH BOATS FOR SALE
1962 Chris Craft Sea Skiff 23ft Ranger. Lake Geneva,
WI 283 Chevrolet V8, convertible top, like new cushions,
Newly refinished transom. All new flooring. (White waffle) Reduced to $3,900 Trailer not included.
Don Taylor cell 630-632-9797
For more pics, go to: www.streblowboatowners.com
Chris Craft 22ft 1941Sportsman
Engine has 115 hours on it since it was recentlycompletely
rebuilt. An oil filter was added. Bottom, transom, new flooring,
new seats, and wiring were redone last year. There is only 10
hours since the above work was done by Norton Boat Works.
New electronic ignition installed and temperature gauge calibrated at beginning of boating season. Includes trailer and work
records. Asking $60,000. Rick Malle email: [email protected]
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SIX REASONS why YOU will want to join
THE GLACIER LAKES CHAPTER of The Antique & Classic Boat Society
REASON #1-YOU will meet new friends that share your passion!
“at the Waterline”
The Glacier Lakes
keeps you informed on
local events and projects.
You are invited to contribute stories about your
experiences with your
boat from trips to
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The book worth
the price of admission alone.
The DIRECTORY-Across the US and
Canada, you’ll have almost 700 pages
(1.5” thick) with 7,500 names at your
finger tips to share antique & classic boat
information and answer questions.
Listings are multi cross referenced by
boat classifications, alphabetical boat
name listings and alphabetical inboard
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The magazine you’ll put on
your coffee tableRUDDER magazine-You’ll
get this quarterly glossy magazine that will keep you
updated on the important
activities of boat shows in the
US and Canada. Features
include: Calendar of Events;
Chapter News; Boating
Safety; The Trading Dock and
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GLACIER LAKES ACTIVITIES
* Winter Milwaukee Boat Show
* River Cruises * Work Shops
FREE name badges
for you and your spouse
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List additional boats on separate sheet, same format.
* Annual Pewaukee Lake Boat Show
* Annual Madison Area Boat Show
Glacier Lakes Chapter
p New member
p Renewal Membership
Annual Adult ACBS.........$45.00
Glacier Lakes Chapter.....$20.00
Send your total remittance to: ACBS, Headquarters
422 James Street Clayton, NY 13624
FAX (315) 686-2680
E-mail: [email protected]