April Rudder is posted . . .

Saturday, 25 March 2017 by

As I write this letter, we are experiencing a bit of winter in spring. Despite the snow, the Club is coming to life. Many of us enjoyed the St. Patrick’s Day corned beef and the Sunday brunch that was served to kick off the season. Please make sure that you are on the Club’s email

Currents | December 2016

Wednesday, 30 November 2016 by

As the MYC Rudder is retired for the season, our Currents December issue for announcements & events is published. Download & print, and stick it up on your refrigerator to assure you don’t miss the December events, from our annual holiday party to Breakfast with Santa. Link – MYC Currents, December 2016   Thanks to

The leaves are falling and the club is preparing for the holiday season. The unofficial start began with many of the members’ children dressing up and enjoying the Halloween festivities at the Club. The adults then took their turn getting dressed and attending the Monster Bash. It was a very colorful event and I want

Imbibe on Bone-Chilling Cocktails . . . Or Feed on Spooky Snacks and Magical Meals, a la carte . . . Classics like;  Baked bat wings, Charred head salad, Mummy meatloaf and of course “The Beast” Dance the Goblins away at the MYC Monster Mash! DJ is from 6:30-10:30, prizes awarded for best costumes Put

As fall begins, the look of the Club begins to change. While many members are looking forward to the Columbus Day week-end regatta, many others are starting the process of winterizing their vessels and removing them from the marina. Many of the MYC Anglers are still enjoying the fishing season by chasing after bluefish and

Men’s Night, October 13th

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 by

We are fasting approaching our gender biased evening of gourmandizing, don’t delay in reserving a table as limited seating is available and we will close the reservation period on Monday, October 10th. The evening schedule and menu is listed below. Cocktails 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM (Bottled wine and drink specials available) Local Briarpatch raw

September MYC Rudder published . . .

Thursday, 01 September 2016 by

Commodore’s Corner As we publish this month’s Rudder, Milford is in the midst of the nicest weather of the season. Even though the unofficial end of summer is in view with Labor Day approaching, we have many events planned to help us hold on to summer well into the fall. We continue to have music

One of the local proverbs, the author unknown states . . . Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day.  Teach him how to fish and he will sit in a boat and drink beer all day.  The Annual Bluefish tournament tradition returns to the MYC! Date:  Sunday, September 25th, Starting

Wednesday night, September 21st the tradition continues . . . The next Guest Chef Pasta Night, JD (John DePalma), Al (Alphonse Russo), Jim (Puvogel) and Patsy (Pat Vigilio) are once again bringing their culinary skills to the MYC.  Making all your favorite sauces (Clam Sauce, Puttanesca, Bolognese and more), while the Officers and Board Members

Jimmy Buffet Night, Saturday – July 23rd Check out the band @ www.parrotbeach.com Menu Polynesian Table, Featuring; Fresh Fruit Display ~ Creamy Macaroni Salad ~ Ohana Salad (Mixed greens, Craisins, Strawberries, Feta, Red Onions with Candied Walnuts tossed in Raspberry Vinaigrette) *Passing Cheeseburgers in Paradise* Entrée Dishes, Featuring; Island Chicken Breast ~ Marinated Chicken garnished

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