ClubBuzz: Tomorrow: Special Welcome Reception of Ocean Queen V and the Wooden Boats for Veterans organization

ClubBuzz: Tomorrow: Special Welcome Reception of Ocean Queen V and the Wooden Boats for Veterans organization

This Weekend
Welcome Reception
Cruise-In from SJSC

A quick note <<First Name>>,

A huge thanks to Joe Driscoll and Andreas Hildebrandt for last evening’s craft beer night. It was a huge success and everyone learned a lot about craft beer making in Germany.

Our friends from San Jose Sailing Club are cruising today. Do stop by and say “hi” to them on H-Dock.

And one last thing, we’re looking to hire a bookkeeper (details below). If you know anyone, please let our Controller, Jim Ward know.


Special Event
Welcome Reception on D-/E-dock
fOcean Queen V and the Wooden Boats for Veterans organization
Saturday 21st, May – 12:30 pm

Please join members of the harbor community, dignitaries, and special guests to this welcome reception for Ocean Queen V and the Wooden Boats for Veterans organization.

There will be a short presentation and then an opportunity to take an accompanied tour of “The Queen” and Hurrica V. These two classic boats grace our harbor and it is your chance to go aboard them.

WBFV uses the magic of wooden boat sailing as a pathway for restoring health and well-being to veterans and their families.  WBFV provides sailing and restoration instruction, teaching new skills in the community.  Through common purpose and teamwork, veterans rediscover inner strengths and share in camaraderie.

Look for your personal invitation in your email, today.

San Jose Sailing Club
Cruising-In this weekend.

The San Jose Sailing Club represents a broad cross-section of bay area sailors who enjoy sailing all kinds of craft, ranging from dinghies to trailerables, to cruisers docked in marinas around the bay. They are a 10-time winner of the Club of PICYA Club of the Year.

Looking for a bookkeeper for The Club
Please contact Jim Ward if you know someone

Job Description: Part-time Bookkeeper for Non-Profit Organization

Benefits: No benefits, part-time position

This is a part-time position, requiring 10 hours per month. The Bookkeeper will be responsible for managing the bookkeeping for The Club at Westpoint. Primary responsibilities include accounts payable, bank deposits, reconciliations, monthly reports, and other finance-related duties.

Essential job functions:

  • Maintaining records according to generally accepted accounting principles including accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash management, and reconciliation of bank statements using Quicken Online.
  • Bank Deposits including reconciliation of POS system with general ledger, cash over/short analysis.
  • Calculate, post and manage accounting figures and financial records.
  • Managing Club Memberships and Club events tracking and reconciliations
  • Check and verify source documents such as invoices, receipts, computer printouts
  • Reconcile and balance all accounts
  • Manage accounts payable and accounts receivable
  • Prepare checks, payments and bank deposits
  • Comply with relevant reporting requirements including a monthly financial summary


  • Proficiency with Quicken Accounting Software, Microsoft Office Excel and Word, and Point of Sale systems
  • +4 years bookkeeping experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills a must
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision, effectively manage time and prioritize projects to meet established deadlines and support club operations
  • Attention to detail

Thank you,
Jim (

The Club Calendar – April through May
What is Happening at The Club

19 Thu
Craft Beer Night: Specialty German Beers

20 Fri through 22 Sun
Cruise in from San Jose Sailing Club

20 Fri 
Friday Fun Series Racing (Race #3) – with Sundowner Dogs at PYSF

21 Sat
Welcome Reception for Ocean Queen V and the Wooden Boats for Veterans organization

30 Monday
Memorial Day – no events planned at The Club but the clubhouse will be open

Clubhouse is Open
How and when to access the clubhouse

Despite the current pandemic, the clubhouse remains open to members. Here is how to access the clubhouse and some rules to follow while you’re there.

Opening hours:

  • Monday to Thursday – 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
  • Friday, Saturday, and Sunday – 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm
  • Other times by arrangement with Kevin

Covid Restrictions:
Mask and vaccine restrictions are now lifted for members and guests wishing to visit the clubhouse. Members may continue to wear a mask if they wish. The Club will continue to monitor the guidelines set by the State of California and San Mateo County and will reintroduce restrictions if necessary.

House Rules:
You should wear your member badge when you are in the clubhouse and your guests should wear a guest badge – anyone under 21 should wear a RED guest badge.

Dogs are permitted but must not be on the polished wood floor.

The bar is an honor bar and you can record your purchases on the point of sale system. Here is a video of how to use it.

Please ensure that the doors and windows are closed and locked, the AC, TV, and lights are off, and double-check that the cupola door (crow’s nest) and the entryway doors are securely closed.


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