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Lanark Village Boat Club. Inc.

 

Lanark Village Boat Club (LVBC) is a privately-owned, non-profit membership-supported boat club located at 2364 Highway 98 East, on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, just 4 miles to the east of Carrabelle and 50 miles south of Tallahassee, Florida

 

In a quiet retirement village setting, the LVBC is just another area in the forgotten coast that seems to have changed very little over the years.  Residents and visitors enjoy the great fishing, open waters for boating, making new friends and relaxing in the laid-back atmosphere of the area. The LVBC also operates a boat launching facility available for members use.

 

The LVBC hosts many social events during the year in its clubhouse. These social events are open to all members and the public. They are organized by Board Members and staffed by volunteering members. For many events, the Boat Club provides some food and refreshments, but members are encouraged to and regularly do, bring in a covered dish or a dessert.  These events include but are not limited to;

 

Pancake Breakfast – Third Saturday of each month.             Monthly Dance - First Saturday of each month.

Memorial Day Lunch                July 4th Picnic               Fathers Day Picnic                  Mothers Day Picnic

Bazaar Bake and Sale – fall and winter –members and public exhibitors rent tables to showcase wares

Labor Day Picnic                    Christmas Party – For resident members in conjunction with election of officers

 
Check us out.

Come participate in our activities, have fun, meet new neighbors and make new friends!


UPCOMING EVENTS  and  ANNOUNCEMENTS

ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Call for more volunteers to help in the various social functions listed above, that are put on by the Boat Club during the year.            Contact the current Ways and Means Chairperson Carole at 850-646-3151 for more information and how to help out.
  • Looking for new Board Members in 2019: Some current Board Members have been serving for a number of years and may be             ready to "retire".  The election of Board officers occurs every December and all positions are open for nomination of                         interested persons. There is a Standard Operations Procedures (SOP) manual which outlines the duties and responsibilities           of each Board position.  If you are interested and would like more information on a position, you can either contact a current           Board member to discuss or send an email (see the "Contact Us" tab) with questions and your contact information.   
UPCOMING EVENTS

August 2018
Thursday, 16th -  Board and Members Meeting 6:30 pm .
Saturday, 18th - Boat Club Breakfast, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
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