News: Amendments to the Bylaws Approved

Denver Sailing Association has successfully amended it’s operating Bylaws and adopted a Code of Conduct. The amendments were approved via in-person voting at the May 10 General Membership and by proxy ballots mailed in through June 20, with 65% of the voting memberships responding in the affirmative.

Here are the the current DSA by-Laws, amended June 20 2016.

Here is the current DSA Code-of-Conduct, adopted June 20 2016.


Explanation of changes made.

Linked below for review are two documents that were presented at the general membership meeting (April 12th) to amend the Denver Sailing Association’s bylaws.

Amendments will be ratified at the general membership meeting May 10th.  If you will not attend the meeting, please fill in, save, and send via email a proxy.  Send it to [email protected] as well as to the vice commodore.

Code of Conduct

Bylaws Amendment

Synopsis of Changes:

Article I – Change PO box address to the wording “as the address of any Executive Committee member.”  This is so we do not have to amend the bylaws as we change treasurers.  Also change the name from Cherry Creek Marina & Yacht Club  to The Marina at Cherry Creek.

Article IX Section 7 – Deleting the phrase “or Club Membership” since this is now addressed in the new Article XII.

Article XII – A new amendment which defines that members will abide by the code of conduct and the disciplinary actions that could result from non compliance of the amendment.

Article XIII – Current Article XII will become Article XIII (Ratification of and Amendments to the Bylaws)

Concerns and comments should be directed through your fleet captain.

Executive Committee

News: DSA Leadership Supports Lake Appreciation Day

Lake Appreciation Day-06-18DSA staffed a booth on Saturday, June 18, from 11 AM to 2 PM, at the 2016 Cherry Creek Lake Appreciation Day.  Our thanks to Glenn Hackemer who brought a shade tent and a table, and who, along with David Thompson, set up the booth and staffed it for the first shift.

And our thanks to Richard and Leslie Allen, who set up Richard’s Corsair Pulse 600 at the entrance to the exhibit, and stood by it to steer interested visitors down to the DSA booth. And thanks to Tex Poor, who staffed the DSA booth for the second shift and helped break down the booth and pack it up after the event ended.

It was a beautiful sunny day with a gentle southerly breeze blowing directly into the exhibit area on the grass just below the large curved cement building southeast of the Lake House.  The breezes kept us comfortable as we chatted with booth visitors and gave them informational handouts about DSA.  The event was sponsored by Cherry Creek State Park and the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife, who provided lunch for the booth workers, and entertainment by a folk singer.
It was a most enjoyable event for visitors and booth workers.