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Port Clinton Power Squadron

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Sail and Power Boating, Port Clinton, Ohio

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February 2019

        PCPS Monthly Meeting




When: Thursday 14 February 2019

5:30    Executive Board Meeting

6:00 PM  Cocktails

6:30 Dinner followed by our membership meeting.

Dinner:  tbd

 Cash Bar

Program: Social Gathering



Please contact Vicky Kletecka by Monday February 11th via phone 419-341-3709 or



D/29Member's Information


The Member's Information page provides Squadron members with a Calendar of events, the latest meeting notice, links to forms for Squadron cooperative boating charting, special meeting notices, etc. It also allows boaters interested in joining the Squadron an overview of our many activities.

Squadron Calendar

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12 Thursday Executive Committee   5:30 PM  
12 Thursday (same day) Dinner & Membership Meeting Port Clinton Moose Lodge 6:00 PM Social
6:30 PM Meal
Program: tbd
31 Tuesday Halloween   Boo!  
09 Thursday
Executive Committee Port Clinton Yacht Club 5:30 PM
9 Thursday (same day) Dinner & Membership Meeting Port Clinton Yacht Club 6:00 PM Social
6:30 PM Meal
Program: tbd
14 Thursday Executive Committee Port Clinton Yacht Club 5:30 PM  
17 December PCPS Annual Meeting, Election of Officers & Christmas Party Sandusky Yacht Club   Contact Vicky Kletecka for Reservations
11 Thursday
Executive Committee Port Clinton Yacht Club 5:30 PM
20 January PCPC Change of Watch tbd    

Cooperative Charting Program


Cooperative Charting Program of the United States Power Squadrons is conducted in close coordination with the Marine Chart Division, National Ocean Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The Program is a major public service of USPS. Under it, members supply information to the Marine Chart Division of NOS/NOAA leading to corrections to nautical charts, small craft charts, Coast Pilot publications and Small Craft Facilities. They also supply data on depth surveys, range status, tidal current surveys and formerly, geodetic marks and aeronautical charts. The Aid To Navigation Inspection program allows for damaged or misplaced Aids to be reported. The Adopt-A-Chart subprogram provides for individual squadrons to assume responsibility to keep a chart or a portion of a chart in their local boating area up to date and get recognition on new editions for their work. We have been told that the Cooperative Charting Program is recognized as the most effective user-participation program in all of the Federal services.

To provide chart information to the program print out the Small Craft Facility Work Sheet , fill it in and send it to:

Don Stein

2028 Roselawn Dr.

Fremont Ohio 43420-3167

To learn more about this program go to: US Power Squadron Cooperative Charting

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