We had a very productive year last season. It included the addition of Makani Hula to our
fleet, a new logo, a new Keiki youth program headed up by Jon Davies and Todd Clay, 44
new members and fundraising efforts with the Keiki program, HR coffee sales online,
Becca’s awesome grant writing and Project neoprene logo stamps and smile.amazon.com.
We regret the loss of one of our most influential and beloved members, Steve Gates, who
passed November 20th after a hard fought battle with cancer. His memory with ride with
each of us who had the pleasure of knowing and paddling with him.
We would like to recognize and THANK our new board members Alina Iofciu, President,
Wayne Robson, Sergeant at Arms, and Joan Martocello, Member at Large. We are still
looking for a President-Elect to complete the executive team. For a complete list of board
members, positions and minutes from the October club meeting, please visit the club
At hoodriveroutrigger.com you will also see the latest ongoings and news. Last weekend
marked the beginning of the PNW winter race series for small boats. Good luck Van, Jeff,
Wayne and all those who brave the cold to race! For results/calendar of events, go to pnworca.org HROCC also maintains an active Facebook page @facebook.com
As the start of the 2020 season nears, important dates will be updated on
hoodriveroutrigger.com/events. As of now, board meetings will continue once/month on
Mondays. And if you are on a committee, your committee chair will contact you for
committee details and needs. If you would like to join a committee, please contact me.
The club will host a pre-season swim series headed up by Wendy and Bernie Boglioli.
This will begin sometime in February and end with a Huli Drill clinic early April prior to the
season’s opening day.
The season’s opening day or kick-off party will also happen in early April. The first potential
paddle practice sessions will begin mid-April. The first PNW summer series race for OC6
will be April 25th.
● Web online store - coffee orders/sales, T-shirt sales, swag, etc.
● Hale set-up.
● Canoe care.
● Practice schedulers
Project Neoprene: Logo up. Great to do in the off-season! What You Need To Do:
1. Give Becca any neoprene article of clothing that you own.
Fill out an order form, bring money or a check.
2. Each logo “cure”/stamp costs $20.00 & makes money
for the club.
3. In turn, your clothes are delivered to a professional
screen printing shop that will cure a white HROCC Logo
onto the clothing with ink.
4. Voila, your neoprene is returned all blinged out with an
HROCC logo.All stamps are on the left. Pants are blinged
on the shin (3 inch.) Shorts are blinged on the quad (3
inch.)Jackets/ shirts are blinged on the middle of the back
5. Your clothes are returned when done. It’s that easy!