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Welcome to the Lake Worth Sailing Club

We are a do it yourself sail club, we like to have fun, sail and race. We have Catalina 22, 25 and Sunfish fleets along with a large auxiliary fleet. We have several fun races and social events yearly, check our calendar. We have a monthly work party. Upkeep, club repairs and upgrades to facilities are a function of our club members. We sit on 3.5 acres on beautiful Lake Worth.

2023 LWSC Board of Directors

Commodore - Gary Noyes

Vice Commodore - Aaron Brandt

Rear Commodore - Kevin Culver

Secretary - Andy Bahr

Treasurer - Cheryl Springer

Race Committee Chair - Trey Core

Vice Race Committee Chair – Larry Salle

Social Committee Chairneed a volunteer


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Community Commitments

We work hand in hand with our local neighborhoods and cities to enhance our environment and increase community engagement. We do this by bringing awareness to our lake and hosting a variety of community activities.

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An applicant becomes a member when voted on via ballot by the membership. Votes are mailed monthly depending on spaces available. Our roster has a max of 85 positions.

It is recommended that applicants show up for meetings, events, races, and work parties in order to meet the membership.

Board Members

Gary Noyes- Commodore

I started sailing during college on a Hobie 14.  It didn't take long and I had a Hobie 16.  After wearing out that boat I moved up to Hobie 18 and eventually added a Catalina 22.  I joined Lake Worth Sailing Club in 1992 and have held most of the positions on the club Board of Governors since that time.  My lovely bride enjoys night sailing in the summertime, so long as she doesn't get wet.

Aaron Brandt - Vice Commodore

I have been a part of this lake and club longer than I have been a member. As with the lake, I consider the club my second home. I have traveled North America sailing in different waters, but I always return to Lake Worth. I became a member of the club because they wouldn't let me help out with our member recognition. I enjoy helping out wherever needed. I enjoy racing my boat.

Kevin Culver - Rear Commodore

I have sailed many a ship. I have been to faraway lands. I have and will always consider Lake Worth Sailing Club by home. I am honored to have been a member through club transitions and growth, and remain proud for what we, as a long-standing club represent; strength in the sport, beauty in the art form, and family in the club members.  For those that have come and gone and those that are yet to be seen, we are the essence Lake Worth Sailing Club. This is me and I love it.

Cheryl Springer - Treasurer

My sailing adventures started in the 90's. I bought a 22' sailboat with a friend. Neither one of us knew how to sail so we bought a book on how to sail your sailboat. We had that boat for 5 years and enjoyed every minute of it. I now have Catalina 25. I have been a member of LWSC since October 2019. 

Andy Bahr - Secretary

I learned to sail on a sunfish while on vacation in Jamaica in 1981 and had a blast. Living on a river in Canada I bought an Albacore shortly afterwards and sailed it out of my backyard for numerous years. After moving to Texas in 2001 I bought a Catalina 22 in the panhandle and brought it with me when I moved to Azle. I became a club member in 2010 and moved up to a Catalina 25 a couple of years later. This club has become my second home and I enjoy it and the members thoroughly.

Trey Core - Race Committee Chair

I started my sailing career while in college by crewing in races on Lake Pontchartrain out of the New Orleans Yacht Club. After moving to Texas in 2019 I began sailing at Lake Worth and bought a dinghy. I love being at LWSC even if the wind is not blowing. These days you will see me sailing my Hobie 18, crewing races, working on my J/24 project, and helping out wherever needed.

Larry Sallee - Vice Race Chair 

I started Sailing in 1995 starting with sunfish and a MacGregor 26D.  Sailed in the 2002 Frost Bite with David Stokely and became a member that year.  Converted to the Catalina 22 and have crewed in 4 C-22 nationals.  I am the club C-22 Sail measurer

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