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    • The Peninsula Yacht Club Fleet Committee

      Lake Norman, NC

             Dates of the Silent Auction

      -       Friday, May 22 6-7:30pm

      -       Pancake Breakfast, May 23 during breakfast

      -       Friday, June 5 6-7:30pm

      -       Friday, June 12 6-7:30pm

      -       Friday, June 19 (during Dueling Pianos)

      -       Saturday, June 20 (all day)


      The Peninsula Yacht Club Fleet Committee hopes that you will take a few moments to read about our upcoming event and decide to participate by donating to our Silent Auction.  The Yacht Club has over 1,200 members, most of whom live in the Lake Norman and Charlotte areas.

      In June 2020, the Peninsula Yacht Club Fleet Committee will host a Silent Auction to benefit three local nonprofit organizations.  The Silent Auction will be available and open for bids from mid-May through June 20, 2020. All proceeds from the auction will go to the following local nonprofit organizations:

      Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center, Davidson, NC; Tax ID #56-0891613
      Levine Dickson Hospice House, Huntersville, NC; Tax ID #56-1219017
      Calvin Newman Youth Boating Safety Fund/Cornelius; Tax ID # Applied For

       To make this event as impactful and successful as possible, we will need your help! Please consider supporting our event by donating gift certificates, merchandise, or services. In exchange, you will receive some excellent community exposure and advertising. Your company name, address, phone number and donation will be listed during the event and weeks leading up to the Silent Auction.

      Your donation may be tax deductible, we would be happy to provide the Tax ID number upon your request.

      We will gladly pick up your donation.  We kindly request we receive your generous donation by Tuesday, April 28, 2020. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us. For any additional questions or concerns please reach out to Pamela Black at 704-301-2010.

      Thank you in advance for considering our request and for supporting our Silent Auction to benefit the Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center, Levine Dickson Hospice House and Calvin Newman Youth Boating Safety Fund/Cornelius.  

      Pamela Black
      Peninsula Yacht Club Fleet Committee
      Power Fleet Commander


      Below is some additional information regarding the three nonprofit organizations:

       Levine-Dickson Hospice House in Huntersville – A facility focused on Hospice & Palliative Care for those in need by offering end-of-life care by providing the gentle comforts of home with essential medical expertise towards comfort and dignity at the end of life. Their mission is to improve the lives of patients and their families at a time when relief is most needed by delivering exceptional care and providing guidance to the patient and families on this difficult journey.  Services available for those in need at Levine-Dickson Hospice House in Huntersville include: Hospice Care, Palliative Medicine, Grief Counseling/Support, Community Education, and Advance Care Directives.

      Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center – Is a Five-Star accredited facility that offers an early education and child care program serving children from 6 weeks old to five years old.  Using a “Learning Through Play” approach, they make learning and growing fun! Children learn the importance of responsibility, sharing and teamwork, all while smiling, laughing, singing and just being kids. Their mission is focused on providing high-quality, affordable early education and care for any child of our community without regard to race, ethnicity, religion or socioeconomic status, and to embrace and foster diversity in a safe learning environment. 

      Calvin Newman Youth Boater Safety & Education Fund - The fund carries on the legacy of Calvin Newman who was not only an active member of the PYC Fleet Committee but also very passionate about youth boating safety. Calvin decided that it was essential to find ways to educate young people on the responsibility of operating water vehicles safely.  Before his untimely passing he worked with Harry Smith the Marine Manager of PYC to conduct a PWV water safety course for both PYC members and others in the Lake Norman Community.  The Fund is a way to continue his passionate commitment for the need for on-going safety education of our youth. 


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