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New Subcommittee Chapter - SubCom Inside Passage is formed.

Local Chapter covering the geography of British Columbia and the state of Washington. The "IP" refers to the "Inside Passage"...the large body of inland water that runs up the coast.

Postby Lyle Jansma » Mon Mar 17, 2003 11:05 pm

Hello,

This post is in regards to the forming of a local for the Pacific Northwest Region. The name of the chapter is Subcommittee Inside Passage or simply SubComIP. The chapter includes all Subcommittee members in British Columbia and Washington State who wish to be included. Geographically, we are connected by a large inland sound that runs from Olympia, Washington through British Columbia and ends in Skagway, Alaska. In the 1800's this body of
water was referred to as "The Inside Passage" and was one the main transportation routes between Washington and British Columbia. The Chapter is represented initially by four flotillas. For the members in British Columbia, the Vancouver Island Flotilla and the Lower Mainland Flotilla. For Washington State, the North Sound Flotilla and the South Sound Flotilla. This will help to localize members who are within 75 to 100 miles of each other. We hope to have four main patrols / meetings a year as a Chapter and individual Flotillas can get together throughout the year as time permits.

Our contacts are as follows:
Vancouver Island Flotilla - Romain Klassen ph# 250-595-4740
Lower Mainland Flotilla - Duane Hillier ph# 604-514-5976
North Sound Flotilla - Lyle Jansma ph# 360-738-1745
South Sound Flotilla - Erv Crosby ph# 425-339-9334

The annual Cultus Lake Patrol/Regatta held on May 3rd and 4th will be our first gathering as an official Subcommittee Chapter. I encourage all who are interested in attending to contact one of the members listed above for more info.

Thanks

Lyle Jansma – SubComIP/ North Sound Flotilla
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Postby PaulC » Tue Mar 18, 2003 9:48 am

Way to go, guys! The logo looks great. And organizing into "flotillas" is a neat way to create local groups within the chapter. Full speed ahead!
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Postby Silent Hunter » Wed Apr 02, 2003 7:18 pm

Many thanks to you Lyle for going through the work it takes to get this started. I'm happy to be a part of the group. Also want to mention that the "gallery" on the SubCom IP website is awesome! :)
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Postby ThierryC » Wed Apr 02, 2003 8:30 pm

what is the address for the Subcom IP website ?
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Postby Lyle Jansma » Wed Apr 02, 2003 10:24 pm

Hi Thierry,

Here is a link to the site. The URL is www.atomicsubs.com/subcomip SubCom Inside Passage
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