Welcome to the World of
Traditional Small Craft
19th-century America saw the development of boats that rank as some of
the most beautiful, most efficient, and most perfectly adapted boats ever
conceived. Catboats, Whitehalls, wherries, peapods, dories, sharpies --
the list is seemingly endless and filled with wildly different designs and
uses that share one thing in common: they each represent a long line
of development that resulted in boats that were, and remain, virtually
unsurpassable for their intended purposes...
-- Larry Feeney
As you may have read in the recent Ash Breeze, nominations are open for the 3 Council positions being
vacated by Michael Bogoger, Tom Shephard, and Greg Stoll at the end of June.
Also, our current Treasurer, Chuck Meyer, has announced he will not be able to continue in the position
after June 30. So, the new Council will be looking for a new Treasurer as well. The Treasurer need not
be a Council member, but only a member in good standing of TSCA.
If you are interested in joining the Council or the Treasurer position, or know someone who may be
interested, please contact President Tom Shephard or Secretary Pete Mathews.
You can also contact Chuck Meyer if you need more
info on the Treasurer's duties and work load.
As always, self-nominations are accepted and encouraged, in the spirit of the all-volunteer
organization that TSCA is and always has been.
We are actually a bit behind schedule here, because we need to get the ballots out in June some
time. So, please beat the bushes and find the people who want to help guide TSCA over the next
TSCA Membership & Chapter Coordinator
David Wyman has published the current schedule for the Small Craft Workship.
Click here to take a look.