SEBASTIAN EXCHANGE CLUB http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen BLUE WATER OPEN CHARITY FISHING EVENT Tue, 13 Aug 2019 15:48:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 https://i2.wp.com/www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/cropped-BlueWaterOpenCharityFishingTournamentICON.png?fit=32%2C32 SEBASTIAN EXCHANGE CLUB http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen 32 32 100637827 Newsletter- July 2019 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/monthly-newsletters/newsletter-july-2019/ Tue, 13 Aug 2019 15:48:18 +0000 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/?p=4126      Guest Speaker Series                                                                                           About the Bees  On July 17th […]

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     Guest Speaker Series

                                                                                         

About the Bees 

On July 17th our guest speaker was Danielle Quant, Golden Wings Apiary discussing Honeybees.  Danielle has owned her business for five years and her services include treatment free beekeeping, bees, bee removal, package bees, queens, queen cells, honey, beeswax, and bee advice.

The Honeybee has six legs, double wings on each side, and a fuzzy yellow and black striped body.  They are sweet pollinators. 

Nectar is extracted from sunflowers, corn, soybean, blueberry, canola, sabal palms and Brazilian pepper trees.  In California almond producers need bees to keep their big industry going.  Bees are trucked in and distributors will follow the seasons around the country.  California has 1.75 billion colonies and is #1 on the world for producing almonds.

Honeybee hives have a division of labor; the Queen, female workers, and male drones.  They are hard workers and can travel up to 3 miles from the hive to get food.  They can carry ½ their body weight in nectar.  One bee can sip nectar from 225 flowers per day.  The hives are delicate and cannot be disturbed and must be kept safe from the weather.  Other challenges include pests (mites) and use of pesticides in hives, mosquito control sprays, and herbicides. 

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In closing, Danielle said she does not believe in purchasing imported honey.  Fructose is added and hives are treated using methods banned in the US.  We should buy local and know where honey comes from.  To become a beekeeper you must study, research and use common sense and respect.  For more information contact Danielle at daniellequant1@gmail.com.

Danielle Quant with Paul Williamson

Space Coast Midget Racing

On July 24th our guest speakers were Jenny Davidson and her son Travis age 13  from Space Coast Quarter Midget Racing Association. Jenny and her family became interested in this racing for kids and established this 501C (3) organization just two years ago for kids ages 5-16. 

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Mike Natale with Jenny and Travis Davidson

The race cars involved are ¼ the size of a midget car and race on a 1/20-mile track.  There are classes based on engine size and age.  Racers perform at club, regional and national (held in Indianapolis each year) races.  SCQMRA is the second club in Florida (the other is in New Smyrna).  Clubs are sanctioned and cars are certified each year.  The kids wear the same safety gear as higher level racers – fire suits, gloves, safety belts, neck braces, and helmets.  They are taught safe driving habits by a trained director.  There are three classes based on age and speed capacity of the cars. A summer series is offered.

Members and family benefit alike by forming lifelong friendships, learning sportsmanship and teamwork, managing emotions, strengthening relationships and gaining self-reliance and an introduction to future racing.

SCQMRA is located at the Valkaria Airport and has recently resurfaced the racetrack. Current needs include wall painting, fencing, storage, hot chute shade, bleachers and a PA system.  SCQMRA can be seen of facebook and Jenny hopes to reach out to the community to form partnerships and have fundraising events to help build the facility out.  For more information contact scqmra.com or info@scqmra.com.

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Michael Natale and Mr. Woolfork

In closing Mr. Woolfork added a story with the moral “life has many scoops of dirt that must be shaken off to be successful.”     

For more information about GYAC contact www.gyac.net.

 

Margie Duffell

2019-2020 Officers for the Sebastian Exchange Club

 

President – Michael Natale   

President Elect – Phil Barnes

Secretary – Karen McElveen   

Treasurer – Diana Best

Foundation Treasurer – Kathy Burns 

Newsletter Editor – Margie Duffell

Division Director (District 7) – Rene Van deVoorde     

District President – Gerson Rodriguez   

Treasurer – Steve Rawlins    

Secretary – Kathy Duchow

President Elect – Chuck Walker

Immediate Past President – Kim Prado

SPonsor Blue water open, fsihing for charity, give back to your communty, exchange club of Sebastian

 

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On June 19th our speaker was Sabrina Sampson, Executive Director of the Children’s Home Society of Florida (CHS). Sabrina and her family have lived in Sebastian since 2005 when she joined CHS.  CHS was founded in 1902 in Jacksonville, FL to assist children on the “Orphan Train.” These children who were homeless or abandoned were […]

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Exchange Club of Sebastian Featured Speaker
Bill Middleton, Sabrina Sampson & Paul Williamson

On June 19th our speaker was Sabrina Sampson, Executive Director of the Children’s Home Society of Florida (CHS). Sabrina and her family have lived in Sebastian since 2005 when she joined CHS.  CHS was founded in 1902 in Jacksonville, FL to assist children on the “Orphan Train.” These children who were homeless or abandoned were often chosen to work on farms for food. .The others rode the train until chosen.  The CHS was lauded as the adoption flagship program which introduced the original concept of orphanages in Florida.  

Today CHS serves more than 11,000 children annually along the Treasure Coast.  Currently, there are 192 children in Indian River County who have been referred by the Florida Department of Family Services needing Intervention to make homes safe.  If the homes are not made safe, then adoption is needed.  Currently there are 60 children waiting for adoption, most are ages 13 and older with special needs or in sibling groups needing one adoptive family.

Adoptions are only 1 of 8 programs offered by CHS.  There are several other all related to the safety and welfare of the children.  The Transitional Living Program provides residential and outreach programs to homeless youth ages 18-23 who have “aged out” of the foster care system.  Services include safe housing, financial assistance, mentoring, life skills and employment readiness training and access to academic opportunities.  Mental health counseling, medical care access, and community service referrals are available as needed. Youth are taught to have a life plan and community partners like IRSC get involved to assist.

Funding for these programs comes from the Departments of Juvenile Justice and Children and Family Services as well as private donors which can be designated and restricted to specific programs.  For more information contact Sabrina at sabrina.sampson@chsfl.org or 772-344-4020.

 

Blue Water Open Charity Off Shore Fishing Tournament by Exvhange Club of Sebastian, FL

2019 Blue Water Open

 Our 2019 BWO was held on June 1st out of Captain Hiram’s River Raw Bar.  This year’s raffle tickets winner won a trip to Dublin, Ireland!  This was another very successful event lead by Chairwoman Eva Chapman, Co-Chairman Mike Natale and their committee members, Diana Best, Kathy Burns, Warren Dill, Rick Giteles, Karen McElveen, Bill Middleton and Kimball Stadler. 

Way to go team BWO!

2019 Leader Board

 Annual Installation Dinner

Our annual installation dinner was held on June 26th at Captain Hirams Tiffany Room.  Forty-four signed up for a festive evening of networking and awards presented to many deserving members.  Adam Preuss was our Master of Ceremonies Extraordinaire and special guests included Kim Prado, Florida District President, Jenny Frederick and Judy Landgrave, Past District Directors.  Karen McElveen and Paul Williamson led the invocation and pledge. 

After the passing of the gavel by former attending presidents, Bill Middleton handed off the presidency to Mike Natale.  Kathy Falzone installed our new officers and directors, her final duty as Florida District 7 Director.  Your 2019-2020 officers and directors are:

President                               Michael Natale

President Elect                     Phil Barnes

Secretary                               Karen McElveen

Treasurer                              Diana Best

Past President                      William Middleton

Directors Two Year Term:  Kathy Burns, Eva Chapman, Jonathan Rhodeback

Directors One Year Term:  Debbie Fitzpatrick, Kathy Gutierrez, Alicia Hjalmeby, Ali Qizilbash

 

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July Birthdays

                Lyse McDonough                07/09

                Warren Dill                            07/11

                Karen McElveen                  07/27

 July Anniversaries

                Phil Barnes (B&G Club)        5 Years

                Mary Williamson                   5 Years

Calendar of Events for July, 2019

07/03 – No Meeting (Board Only)  Captain Butcher’s      

07/10 – TBD

07/17 – Danielle Quant, Treasure Coast Beekeepers

            Birthday Cake

07/24 –  TBD

07/31 – TBD

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  Our American Flag – Did You Know?

  • If it touches the ground and is not soiled it does not need to be disposed of
  • It can be washed or dry cleaned
  • The proper way to dispose of it is to deliver to the American Legion or VFW for proper burning and burial
  • It must be illuminated at night
  • There are 13 folds in the triangle. The triangle represents the hat that the patriots wore during the revolutionary war
  • The 21-gun salute was originated as the ships welcome to vessels coming into the harbor (8-6-7)
  • While a prisoner on an English ship Francis Scott Key wrote the Star-Spangled Banner
  • The flag never fell fully to the ground but was held at a 45-degree angle by bodies of patriots who had died
  • The English gave up the war when they could not make the flag fall to the ground
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Junior Excel Club Sebastian River High School

Principal William Dodds and Assistant Principal Chet Devarney have been very supportive of our effort to start this club.  School advisors are Skye Devarney and Tammy Cruz.  Parents and students alike are excited about our mission and the opportunity for earning their required volunteer hours through club activities in a fun way.

Meetings will resume in the 2019-2020 school year.  We will plan to have information and membership applications during student orientations for next year.   If you are interested in assisting with this Junior Excel Program please contact Bill Middleton mhrepair116@gmail.com.

 

Margie Duffell

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Photos of 2019 Blue Water Open Tournament/ Winners and Participants http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/photos-of-the-2019-blue-water-open/photos-of-2019-blue-water-open-tournament/ Mon, 10 Jun 2019 19:47:47 +0000 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/?p=4058 Thank you Joni for these photos from the 2019 Blue Water Open These are the Blue Water Open Winners for 2019   Photos of the Blue Water Open Event

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Thank you Joni for these photos from the 2019 Blue Water Open

These are the Blue Water Open Winners for 2019

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Photos of the Blue Water Open Event

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Newsletter – May 2019 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/charitable-giving/newsletter-may-2019/ Thu, 06 Jun 2019 21:39:12 +0000 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/?p=4044

  Guest Speaker Series Our guest speaker on May 22nd was Bill Boike from Shiloh Youth Ranch.  Shiloh Youth Ranch has been in operation for 54 years and is a faith-based, non-profit foster home for troubled boys who are uncontrollable at home but they do begin to conform when they realize the Shiloh leaders are […]

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  Guest Speaker Series

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Bill Middleton presents check to Bill Boike, Shiloh Youth Ranch

Our guest speaker on May 22nd was Bill Boike from Shiloh Youth Ranch.  Shiloh Youth Ranch has been in operation for 54 years and is a faith-based, non-profit foster home for troubled boys who are uncontrollable at home but they do begin to conform when they realize the Shiloh leaders are there to help them. The operation is solely funded by donations and there is no charge to the parents of these boys.

Shiloh Youth Ranch is a 56-acre multi-ministry facility including a church, the boys’ school, and adult missionary outreach.  The home can house up to 14 boys ages 9-14.  Boys are taught to work with their hands and arrive with different levels of education, so are given personalized tutoring. Bill lived at Shiloh in his youth and has now been leading the boys for 38 years.

Current needs are to remodel their dorms with new tile flooring, bunk beds and replacement of washers and dryers.  In closing, Bill thanked us for our support and invited our club to plan a luncheon meeting at the facility. 

Other Club News

On May 17 several of our members participated in the RADwomen Class taught by Sebastian Police Department and Indian River County Sheriff’s Department.  We learned lots of helpful things, made some new friends and had a great time with these officers.  Taking this class when offered again is highly recommended! 

Many thanks to Jason Gillette and Donald Hart from Sebastian Police Department and Cliff Labbe from Indian River County Sherrif’s Department. 

IRC Sheriff’s Deputy Cliff Labbe, Karen McElveen, Margie Duffell, SPD Officer Jason Gillette, Diana Best, Eva Chapman and SPD Officer Donald Hart
IRC Sheriff’s Deputy Cliff Labbe, Karen McElveen, Margie Duffell, SPD Officer Jason Gillette, Diana Best, Eva Chapman and SPD Officer Donald Hart
Diana Best, Margie Duffell, Karen McElveen and Eva Chapman We all made it through!
2018-19 Club members with Advisors Skye Devarney (l) and Tammy Cruz (r)

Junior Excel, Sebastian Charter Junior High School, Sebastian, Florida

Principal William Dodds and Assistant Principal Chet Devarney have been very supportive of our effort to start this club.  the school advisors are Skye Devarney and Tammy Cruz.  Parents and students alike are excited about our mission and the opportunity for earning their required volunteer hours through club activities in a fun way. Meetings will resume in the 2019-2020 school year.  We will plan to have information and membership applications during student orientations for next year.   

If you are interested in assisting with this Junior Excel Program please contact Bill Middleton mhrepair116@gmail.com.

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On April 10th Bill Middleton, Kathy Burns and Margie Duffell met with Florida District Director Kim Prado and Sebastian River High School IB Advisor Jaime Sturgeon to discuss starting an Excel Club at SRHS.  Jaime’s enthusiasm is infectious and with Kim’s guidance, we met with current and incoming IB students on April 30th.  We held a follow-up planning meeting on May 20th and have a total of 18 student applications!  The students elected their officers for 2019-2020 and are anxious to begin their community service and fund-raising activities.  A Permanent Organizational Meeting (POM) will be held on Tuesday, June 4th at SRHS Sharkey’s Café at 6:00 p.m. with light refreshments following.  Our National  Exchange Club Installation Representative, David Ledbetter will conduct the meeting and installation of officers and charter members.  All of our club members are encouraged to attend and support this new SRHS Excel Club. 

Contact Bill Middleton, Kathy Burns or Margie Duffell if you are interested in assisting.

Margie Duffell

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Captain’s Party BWO 2019 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/photos-of-the-2019-captains-party/captains-party-bwo-2019/ Tue, 04 Jun 2019 17:47:54 +0000 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/?p=4031 On Friday, May 31, 2019 we had a rocking Captain’s Party in preparation for the Blue Water Open Fishing Tournament. It was exciting to see so many familiar faces, and even more special was all the new faces of the boat captain’s and crew for whom this was the first year fishing our tournament! Enjoy […]

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On Friday, May 31, 2019 we had a rocking Captain’s Party in preparation for the Blue Water Open Fishing Tournament. It was exciting to see so many familiar faces, and even more special was all the new faces of the boat captain’s and crew for whom this was the first year fishing our tournament!

Enjoy the photos, share them with your friends. We are going to take a little time to rest, then we will start preparing for the 27th Annual Blue Water Open!!

 

 

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Photos From 2019 Blue Water Open Capt’s Party http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/photos-of-the-2019-blue-water-open/photos-from-2019-blue-water-open/ Mon, 03 Jun 2019 12:47:19 +0000 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/?p=3931 We had another fun Captain’s Party on Friday night, May 31, 2019,at Capt Hirams.  There were some awesome baskets to bid on and that trip to Ireland..wow. Were you there? Take a look at the photos. See if you see yourself..  Are you in any of them?

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We had another fun Captain’s Party on Friday night, May 31, 2019,at Capt Hirams.  There were some awesome baskets to bid on and that trip to Ireland..wow. Were you there? Take a look at the photos. See if you see yourself..

 Are you in any of them?

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2019 Photo Gallery of Winners!! http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/news/2019-photo-gallery-of-winners/ Mon, 03 Jun 2019 12:05:05 +0000 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/?p=3817 It’s official thanks to Joni Mazzola we have photos of the 2019 Blue Water Open Winners! Thanks again to all of the members of the Exchange Club of Sebastian for making this possible, and to all the local businesses who sponsored, to all the non-member who worked tirelessly in support of this event, and let’s […]

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It’s official thanks to Joni Mazzola we have photos of the 2019 Blue Water Open Winners!

Thanks again to all of the members of the Exchange Club of Sebastian for making this possible, and to all the local businesses who sponsored, to all the non-member who worked tirelessly in support of this event, and let’s not forget the fishermen and women!!

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Exchange Club of Sebastian

 

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Thank You to All Our 2019 BWO Sponsors!! http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/blue-water-open-sponsors-2019/thank-you-to-all-our-2019-bwo-sponsors/ Sat, 01 Jun 2019 14:30:45 +0000 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/?p=3776   There may be a few more names coming in, so please, if you aren’t on this list yet, rest assured you will be. We had an amazing Captain’s Party last night, and this afternoon beginning around 2 pm, the boats will start coming in. Come on down to Capt Hirams and see first hand […]

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sponsor list for blue water open 2019

There may be a few more names coming in, so please, if you aren’t on this list yet, rest assured you will be. We had an amazing Captain’s Party last night, and this afternoon beginning around 2 pm, the boats will start coming in. Come on down to Capt Hirams and see first hand who will be winning in the different categories!

A-1 Plumbing by George – –
Academy Sports & Outdoor –
Adam Preuss Appraisal Services – –
Adam’s Homes – –
Advance Plumbing Solutions-
Advanced Chiropractic Solutions
Anthony M Donini CPA PA –
Art-Kraft Sign Co –
Baker Air Conditioning –
Barefoot Mini Storage – –
Bay Street Pharmacy –
Be Cool Air-Conditioning – –
Best Choice Window Cleaning Sebastian –
Busy Bee Lawn & Garden Center –
Cannon Family
Capp Custom Homes –
Capt Hirams Resort – –
Captain Butcher’s Seafood Restaurant –
Carp Coastal Marine –
C C’s Place
Cecrle Land Surveying –
CEMCO Construction Company – –
Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital Welsh Heart Center –
Coldwell Banker Paradise –
Commonwealth Cares Fund –
Complete Electric Inc – –
Custom Air Systems – –
Dale Sorensen Real Estate –
DeGeorge/Brady Electric
Dill, Evans & Rhodeback –
Dirtywork Environmental Consulting
Earls Hideaway –
Eric Flowers-Flowers for Sheriff –
Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation –
Florida Building Inspections – –
Gator Bait Airboat Adventures – –
GILLZPerformance Apparel
Gulfstream Property & Casualty –
Hearndon Construction –
Henry Fischer & Sons Inc. –
Hinkle & Sons Septic –
Hometown News Brevard –
Island View Cottages –
Linus GMC Buick Cadillac
Marine Bank & Trust –
Mary Jane Franklin –
Mazzola Mediation
Maxwell & Son –
Michael Wein MD –
Miller Air Conditioning
MN Worldwide –
Moody Tire
Motto Mortgage Riverside –
Mountain Restaurant Supply-
Mr. Restore Services –
Oculina Bank – Jamie Seymour –
Old Fish House Bar & Grill –
Paul Williamson & Company –
Peter M Gutierrez DDS & Katherine Scures-Gutierrez DDS
Precision Property Insepctions
Proctor Construction –
Re/Max Crown – –
Rene G. VanDeVoorde –
Rooney & Rooney PA –
Royalty Air
Sandbar Sunday
Sandpiper Pest Control –
Sandy’s Grille – See your name here, it’s for a very good cause.
SDI –
Seacoast Bank – De George / Brady Electric Corp
Sebastian Animal Hosp. & Dr. Slade –
Sebastian Financial Group – –
Sebastian Inlet Marina –
Sebastian Insurance –
Sebastian River Exterminating –
Sebastian River Marina & Boatyard –
Social-Cindy.com –
Southern Plumbing Inc.
Southern Tape & Label –
Steve McElveen –
Sunshine Mountain LLC
Team Reel@atude –
Tech Art Design & Engineering –
Thompsone’s Roofing –
Thompson’s Electric –
Tiki Bar & Grill –
Treasure Coast Dermatology –
Vero Beach Electrical – –
Walmart, Sebastian Store, 1068 –
Welsh Heart Center @ Cleveland Clinic IRH
Wesley Davis –
Woody’s Bar-B-Q –

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Blue Water Open Event Schedule http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/news/blue-water-open-event-schedule/ Thu, 30 May 2019 12:36:02 +0000 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/?p=3647 Our Annual Fishing for Charity will notes On Friday evening, May 31, 2019 beginning at 5:00 Captain’s registration is from 5-7:30 Captain’s meeting is from 6:30 6:30 – 7:30 is basket drawings, live auction, 50/50 drawing, and Ireland trip drawing. No forms to bring if you registered a boat online, just the one signature form […]

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2019 BlueWaterOpen Charity Fishing Tournam2019 BlueWaterOpen Charity Fishing Tournament - Sebastian, FLent - Sebastian, FL

Our Annual Fishing for Charity will notes

On Friday evening, May 31, 2019 beginning at 5:00

Captain’s registration is from 5-7:30

Captain’s meeting is from 6:30

6:30 – 7:30 is basket drawings, live auction, 50/50 drawing, and Ireland trip drawing.

No forms to bring if you registered a boat online, just the one signature form is all. 

If you forget it, we will have some available. 

 

Do we have a winner?

Fishing Tournament

Saturday, June 1st – Weigh-ins At Capt. Hiram’s 

No Formal Check-Out.

Captains may start from any Inlet but must proceed without making land to the check-in boat near ICW Marker 65 in Sebastian.

NO LINES IN BEFORE 6:00 AM.

Check-In 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM: (No late check-ins accepted.)

After fishing, boats must proceed directly by water, no land stops to the check-in boat,

located near ICW Marker 65 in Sebastian. 

You are NOT checked-in until you receive a numbered plate from the check-in boat. 

DO NOT PROCEED INTO ENTRY CHANNEL FOR WEIGH-IN UNTIL DIRECTED!

See Website for the Full list of BWOpen Rules

 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/2019-BWO-Rules.pdf

 

 

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2019 Sponsors Blue Water Open- May 16 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/news/2019-sponsors-blue-water-open-may-16/ Mon, 20 May 2019 17:58:17 +0000 http://www.fishingforcharity.org/bluewateropen/?p=3644

WOW!!  We have over 80 sponsors so far and there is still time to sign up to be a sponsor for our Annual Blue Water Open Fishing for Charity Tournament. Once again we just want to say a big THANK YOU to all of our generous sponsors. Some of whom come back to us year […]

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WOW!!  We have over 80 sponsors so far and there is still time to sign up to be a sponsor for our Annual Blue Water Open Fishing for Charity Tournament.

Once again we just want to say a big THANK YOU to all of our generous sponsors. Some of whom come back to us year after year. This is a great event and it does so much for our community. We are going to post the current list of sponsors here on our blog and they will stay on our website for the remainder of this year. 

A-1 Plumbing by George – –

Academy Sports & Outdoor –

Adam Preuss Appraisal Services – –

Adam’s Homes – –

Advance Plumbing Solutions-

Advanced Chiropractic Solutions

 Anthony M Donini CPA PA –

Art-Kraft Sign Co –

Baker Air Conditioning –

Barefoot Mini Storage – –

Bay Street Pharmacy –

Be Cool Air-Conditioning – –

 Best Choice Window Cleaning Sebastian –

Busy Bee Lawn & Garden Center –

Cannon Family

Capp Custom Homes –

Capt Hirams Resort – –

Captain Butcher’s Seafood Restaurant –

Carp Coastal Marine –

 Cecrle Land Surveying –

CEMCO Construction Company – –

Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital Welsh Heart Center –

 Coldwell Banker Paradise –

Commonwealth Cares Fund –

Complete Electric Inc – –

 Custom Air Systems – –

Dale Sorensen Real Estate –

 Dill, Evans & Rhodeback –

Earls Hideaway –

 Eric Flowers-Flowers for Sheriff –

Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation –

Florida Building Inspections – –

Gator Bait Airboat Adventures – –

Gulfstream Property & Casualty –

Hearndon Construction –

Henry Fischer & Sons Inc. –

 Hinkle & Sons Septic –

 Hometown News Brevard –

Island View Cottages –

 Linus GMC Buick Cadillac

 Marine Bank & Trust –

 Mary Jane Franklin –

Maxwell & Son –

Michael Wein MD –

 Miller Air Conditioning

MN Worldwide –

Motto Mortgage Riverside – –

Mr. Restore Services –

 Oculina Bank – Jamie Seymour –

Old Fish House Bar & Grill –

Paul Williamson & Company –

 Peter M Gutierrez DDS & Katherine Scures-Gutierrez DDS

PREMIER SPONSORS

Proctor Construction –

Re/Max Crown – –

Rene G. VanDeVoorde –

Rooney & Rooney PA –

Royalty Air

 Sandpiper Pest Control –

 Sandy’s Grille – See your name here, it’s for a very good cause.

SDI –

Seacoast Bank – De George / Brady Electric Corp

Sebastian Animal Hosp. & Dr. Slade –

Sebastian Financial Group – –

Sebastian Inlet Marina –

Sebastian Insurance –

Sebastian River Exterminating –

Sebastian River Marina & Boatyard –

Social-Cindy.com –

Southern Plumbing Inc.

Southern Tape & Label –

 Steve McElveen –

Sunday – –

Sunshine Mountain LLC

Team Reel@atude –

Tech Art Design & Engineering –

Thompsone’s Roofing –

Thompson’s Electric –

Tiki Bar & Grill –

 Treasure Coast Dermatology –

Vero Beach Electrical – –

Walmart, Sebastian Store, 1068 –

Wesley Davis –

Woody’s Bar-B-Q –

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