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  • 18 Dec 2020 3:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    TIME TO NOMINATE OFFICERSTIME TO NOMINATE OFFICERS

    The viability of the Coastal Cyclists club depends on the willingness of members to serve on the Executive Committee.  As described in our by-laws, there are five elected officers, plus the past president.  We also have committee chairs for Membership and Spring Century.  Each year in December we accept nominations for officers.  We then vote in January and the new officers take over in February at our Membership Oyster Roast.

    Are you willing to serve as an officer, or do you know someone you think would be good for the club?  Please visit the link below to make your nominations. Get permission from your nominee and feel free to nominate yourself.  Click HERE to nominate officers.

    The viability of the Coastal Cyclists club depends on the willingness of members to serve on the Executive Committee.  As described in our by-laws, there are five elected officers, plus the past president.  We also have committee chairs for Membership and Spring Century.  Each year in December we accept nominations for officers.  We then vote in January and the new officers take over in February at our Membership Oyster Roast.  We DO intend to have a membership oyster roast next year and the Wappoo Shelter in James Island County Park has been reserved for Saturday, February 20

    Are you willing to serve as an officer, or do you know someone you think would be good for the club?  Please visit the link below to make your nominations. Get permission from your nominee and feel free to nominate your


    Nominate Officers 
  • 18 Dec 2020 11:44 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We had a great time at our Holiday Oyster Roast on Saturday, December 5th.  About 27 Coastal Cyclists members and guests socialized and celebrated safely outside in James Island County Park. This was our first outside holiday party, as far as I know. 

    Huge kudos to Bruce Snyder and David Champagne, who got the event started, organized it, and cooked the oysters.  The oysters were fresh and tasty and there were plenty of them.  Thanks, also, to Colleen Cloud, John Bayard, Rick Jess, and Nancy Whirley for showing up early and staying late to help with setting up, serving pizza, passing out drinks, and cleaning up afterward.  Everyone cooperated with our COVID safety guidelines by wearing masks (when not eating), facing only one way while consuming the oysters, and keeping a safe distance at all times.  The weather was perfect with a slight, comfortable breeze keeping us all well-ventilated, but not too cold.  We'll do it again in February.

       
       
       
       
  • 19 Aug 2020 9:10 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We've been using the cloud membership management software, Wild Apricot, for several months now just to manage our member sign up and expiration notices.  We've also used it to send email blasts to members.  

    This platform can go way beyond that, so you'll find that https://coastalcyclists.wildapricot.org now has all the content that our https://coastalcyclists.com website has, plus more features.  In the fairly near future we will probably move the main website to this new platform, thus unifying almost all our communication and subscription efforts.

    Keep an eye out for more content and more news as we beef up our online presence.  Check out the forums for a good way to communicate with other members.



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