Tuesday, March 16 at 8pm
Lets’s celebrate the end of this MACC COVID Calamity and look toward brighter days ahead. The races are wrapped up, the results are in, and it is time to raise a glass to a successful race season during a difficult year.
For those of you heading out west to ski, I am super jelly, but happy for you!
For the rest of us, time to pull out the bikes and golf clubs and look forward to water sports and enjoying our various water craft. Whatever you do, enjoy it safely and have fun doing it.
The highlight of my year was being able to join you for the last two race weekends. Did my soul good to see my winter friends again! Appreciate the opportunity to forerun the clean courses.
The VIRTUAL BANQUET invite is at this link. It uses Microsoft Team, which works well with larger numbers, and is free for us to use.
I downloaded the “Microsoft Teams” app, and it was easy peasy.
A few items to help the virtual session go smoothly and fun:
- You will be muted upon entry, please stay muted at all times. If you would like to say something, please use the "raise hand" feature and you will be unmuted.
- You do not need to use your camera, but if you'd like to please do!
- If you are over 21 make sure to grab your favorite beverage and celebrate the season with us!
- You can join Microsoft Teams through the Microsoft Teams app or your browser (Chrome or Edge recommended).
Looking forward to seeing you all on screen Tuesday, March 16 at 8pm!Debi Koltoniak
MACC Director of Communications
MACC sends out newletters during the race season with updates about coming events. Here are links to recent newsletters.
NEW: 2020-2021 Covid Corner
Starring Debi Koltoniak, with special guest: President Alex Carrico.
(Former) President's Corner
MACC president Scott Pyles has raced his entire life, including the US Ski Team, working his way up to MACC.
May 6, 2016. Review of 2016 and thanks to those essential to MACC.
March 12, 2015. Observations of MACC when you can't race.
November 12, 2014. Where were we 52 years ago, and where are we now?
April 21, 2014. Scott's story of how he was introduced to MACC, told at the 2014 Marks Banquet.