Hospice Cup XXX — Hospice Cup Fundraising Update

Hospice Cup XXX has raised $170,000 so far. We are so incredibly grateful to our 2011 donors and sponsors.The generosity helps us realize our mission of raising funds for and awareness of hospice care in our region. This year, the money raised will go towards helping to provide bereavement services to children. Families served by Capital Hospice, Chester River Home Care & Hospice, Hospice of the Chesapeake, Montgomery Hospice and Talbot Hospice will continue to receive end-of-life services because of your donations. Thank you!

Check out the Race Photos
We have added many new race photos to the website for you to enjoy. Check them out at www.hospicecup.org

Thank you to our SponsorsThank you to our 2011 sponsors. Your contributions made for a successful event. We look forward to working with you for an even better fundraiser in 2012!

Honorary Captain
ARINC
Mrs. Gullan Kass
Dick and Sabra Ladd
Bill and Rose Lovelace
McArthy Trophy
Merrill Foundation
Cullen and Ailsa Murray
Robison International
The Lesly and Pat Sajak Foundation
Tech USA

Honorary Helmsman
Adventist Healthcare
Francis J. Collins Funeral home
Hines-Rinaldi Funeral Home
Pettit Family Charitable Foundation
Joseph Gawler’s Sons, Inc.
Richard and Ellen Hostetter
MedImmune
The Village at Rockville
Advanced Pain Management

Honorary Navigator
Aisthesis
Carefirst
KEYW Community Connection
Black Diamond Medical Equipment
Kenneth and Gari Manning
Bill Hughes
Alan and Betty Schreitmueller
Rev. Dr. James and Elizabeth Kirk
Safe Sedation
Jo Erkilitian
Aertight Systems
Walker Johnson
Calvert Investments
Danzansky-Goldberg Memorial Chapels
Family and Nursing Care
Paul Davies, MD
Right at Home
Sandy Spring Bank
Visiting Angels
Roberts Home Medical
Jim Todd
AT & T / USi

Honorary Sailor
Guiseppe and Mercedes Cecchi
Eagle Bank
Dorothy and Larry Garrett
The Law Offices of Matthew Evans III
John and Maryanne Spencer
Ann Mitchell and Thomas Carroll
Dr. and Mrs. Hilary O’Herlihy
George Snyder

In Kind donations 
Annapolis Ice Cream Company
Annapolis Sailing School
Comcast
Desiree Scherini, Artist
Hinckley Yachts
Graul’s Market
Jamie Bush, Auctioneer
Maryland Federation of Art
Maryland National Guard Youth Challenge Program
Maryland Physician’s Magazine
McGarveys
Mills Fine Wine and Spirits
NorthSails
Severna Park Voice
SmartBox of Maryland
Spinsheet
Style Magazine
The Capital
Tsunami
WasteStrategies
Watermark
What’s Up
Scandia Marine Services, Inc.

In Memory of
Virginia Cantner
Donald W. Gilbert
John Rhody
Paul Hughes
Edith A. Ladd
Hal Kass
Dr. Mathew Connolly

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Southern Bay Racing News You Can Use #562, Turkey Shoot Hospice Regatta

PUT THIS GOBBLER IN THE BOOKS!The 2011 TURKEY SHOOT HOSPICE REGATTA wrapped up yesterday after two and one-half days of partying, live bluegrass music, racing, and general blow-out fun on the Myer Creek – Corrotoman – Rappahannock Rivers water axis. Saturday Mother Nature gave the racers a beautiful Fall day on the Rapp with bright sunshine and moderate breezes. Of the 84 entries (all classic designs at least 25 years old), 79 raced and all who started finished.

On Sunday, hopeful of a repeat of Saturday conditions, racers started the traditional pursuit race in light breezes that got them up the track, but then evaporated.  Twelve (12) of the hardiest finished the race in mere vapors and the turkeys were put to bed.  Kudos go to Ken and Karen Knull, owners of host Yankee Point Marina, for their extraordinary support of the Hospice effort on the Northern Neck.  Here are the  TURKEY SHOOT FLEET WINNERS:  Fleet C: Joe and Linda Waters, Birthday Party  (Joe and Linda earned the birth in the National Hospice Alliance Regatta in St Petersburg next spring).  Fleet D: David Williams, Poe Bird;  Fleet E: Dick Moylan, Windtimidation;  Fleet F: Frank Murphy, Last Boat III;  Fleet G: Mike Chesser, Scuba Kat;  Fleet H: Bob Adcock, Felicity;  Fleet I: Ned Crockett, Ladybug.   Event Chair: Karen Knull;  Principal Race Officer: John McCarthy;  Scoring: Anna Mulvany;  Signal Boat Captain: Mike Thompson (Contessa);  Mark Boats: Tom Ashe and Mosby West (Wild Fire); Jim Young and Gary Fricke (Dwindle Down); and Don Crabtree (Jammin’).

The Turkey Shoot Hospice Regatta is a special event to a lot of folks.  For some it’s their birthday weekend, for some it’s a return to a favorite place, and so on.  But, for Joe and Linda Waters of Columbia, South Carolina,  it’s super special.  Last year (2010) Joe and Linda were married at Turkey Shoot and this year, of course, they celebrated their first anniversary.   Now, that’s a way to keep track of your anniversary date!!

For additional information contact:  Lin McCarthy, (757) 850-4225
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WCSC’s 2011 Hospice Regatta October 14-16


‎69 boats from 14 states entered to race last weekend on Hartwell Lake, helping WCSC net $44,464 for Hospice of the Upstate in Anderson SC. The Regatta was a huge success this year with a record amount raised for the Hospice of the Upstate! Wahooo!

Boats in 8 different classes with Dave Shearlock from Illinois winning the overall Championship and will represent WCSC at the Hospice Regattas National Championship April 20-22 in St. Petersburg, Florida. WCSC members who won classes were Wayne Cheser in PHRF C, Dick Harder in PHRF B and John Kreidler in the Flying Scot class. Congratulations guys!

Results

2011 Turkey Shoot Hospice Regatta – October 7-9, 2011

HOSPICE TURKEY SHOOT REGATTA’s 16 th year on Virginia’s Rappahannock River.  Each year more boats qualify as “classic yachts.”

Thanks to our Sponsors.
Yankee Point Marina, for making the whole thing possible.
Latell Sails Deltaville, for all the streamers we use on all the boats.
West Marine, for use of their Marks
Premier Sailing School, for the website and the water taxis and the rescue boats.
Rappahannock River Yacht Club for the mark boat and crew.

 

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Hospice Turkey Shoot Regatta – Oct. 7 & 8, 2011 Rappahannock River, VA

Gorgeous Fall day and really bright moon. Bet the Hospice Turkey Shoot Regatta’s first day was great!

Friday, October 7 with racing on Saturday,October 8 and Sunday, October 9. Yankee Point Marina is the regatta host. Details regarding accommodations, registration, entry, etc. are available at http://turkeyshootregatta.org. Event Chairman: Karen Knull; Principal Race Officer: John McCarthy Turkey Shoot Regatta is an official HOSPICE REGATTA.

Hospice Cup XXX Results

 Hospice Cup Sails to Success

Despite the ominous clouds and windless conditions, Hospice Cup XXX sailed to success with a wonderful race, auction and Shore Party on Saturday, September 24th at Annapolis Sailing School. A total of 75 boats raced and 375 supporters attended the Shore Party.

It was truly a wonderful event and we are delighted that money raised will go towards helping to provide bereavement services to children.

We would like to thank our generous 2011 sponsors:

  • ARINC
  • Mrs. Gullan Kass
  • Dick and Sabra Ladd
  • Coram
  • Bill and Rose Lovelace
  • McArthy Trophy
  • Merrill Foundation
  • Cullen and Ailsa Murray
  • Robison International
  • The Lesly and Pat Sajak Foundation
  • Tech USA

 Sailors and Top Fundraisers Awarded Coveted Trophies 

With tough sailing conditions, a cooperative of the Shearwater Sailing Club, Storm Trysail Club and Annapolis Corinthans coordinated the officiating of the race on Saturday with 75 boats competing for a chance to participate in the National Hospice Regatta in St. Petersburg. Some highlights of the race are as follows:

The Hank Lawton Trophy: Top Fundraiser: Riley Chadwick, a junior racer, raised a whopping $3,048!

The ARINC Trophy: Helmsmanship by a Midshipman: Midshipman Mary Cox aboard Allegiance

The Sajak Family Foundation Trophy: Best in Cruising One Design: Carl and Scott Gitchell aboard Tenacious

The Hal Kass Memorial Trophy: Best in PHRF: Brian Jones aboard Problem Child

Best in Fleet: Carl and Scott Gitchell aboard Tenacious

The Martin F. McCarthy Memorial Trophy: Best in Hospice Class: Greg Whalen aboard Sailin’ Whalen

The Lovelace/Sniegon Memorial Trophy: Best in Hospice Class with a Caregiver on Board: Vicki Saporta aboard Pleiades

The Allan C. Westcott Trophy: Caregiver on Board Hospice Class Caregiver Boat: Karen Bryant aboard Pleiades

The Hospice Cup Trophy sponsored by Robison International : Consistent High Performance over Three Years;  Cedric Lewis and Fredrik Salvesen aboard Mirage

 

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