CHICAGO SAILING SEASON 2014 KICK-OFF PARTY
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)
All Aboard: Join us to kick-off off the 2013 sailing season in Chicago!
Benefit for the Chicago Sea Scouts
Tuesday April 17
6 pm ~ 9pm
Drink Tickets * Appetizers * Auction * Music
Ticket Packages and Benefits:
$125 Crew: 1 ticket.
$600 Boat Pass: 6 tickets. Buy a pass for your crew! Commemorative Brag Flag. Program listing.
$1250 Commodore: 10 tickets. $250 Auction bucks. Commemorative Brag Flag. Program listing.
** Tickets may also be purchased off line. To reserve your spot, but mail or pay at the door, simply click "other payment options" under the "Order Now" button, and select "Pay Offline." Mail your check, made out to Chicago Sea Scouts, to
Russ Salzman, c/o IREM
430 N Michigan Avenue, Suite 700
Chicago, IL 60611
Sea Scouting is a co-ed program for boys and girls 13–20 years of age, designed to teach leadership and responsibility through a boating program. The Sea Scouts started in 1912, and while it has changed over the years, it continues to uphold the traditions of the sea under the auspices of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Venturing Program. Sea Scouting includes a rigorous advancement program that leads our youth through the skills necessary to be a very competent sailor and mature leader. In Chicago, more than 150 youth participate in the program, sailing ships out of Montrose, Monroe, and Jackson Park Harbors. The program is supported entirely though generous donations raised by the annual spring fundraiser and donated boats. For more information about how to enroll your child or support this program, please contact Commodore Tim Harrington at email@example.com.
Benefit Planning Committee
Russ Salzman - Chair
When & Where
Benefit for Chicago Sea Scouts
The Sea Scout program is a co-ed, 13-20 year old program with water related activities as the main focus. We sail large vessels out of Montrose Harbor on the north side, Monroe Harbor downtown, and Jackson Park Harbor on the south side. The scouts are divided into groups called Ships. Ships are located throughout the Chicago area.