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                                          Welcome to the new NYC website, powered by Club Express!       Bayside Weather Forecast

Club management software from Club Express is designed to help us streamline, simplify and automate some of work of our treasurer and secretary, the two most demanding jobs of the board.  It also allows us to potentially distribute the administration of our web content to multiple members to enable a more current and useful website for our members. 

The board feels this is something we need to do to get better control of our information and institute a more simplified approach to membership management and to enhance our communications capabilities. 

Some of the things members can do on the website:                                      Get the latest Tell Tale
 * Renew your membership
 * Sign up and pay for the Kickoff dinner
 * Volunteer to help with an event or fundraiser
 * Check the NYC calendar for upcoming events
 * Download the Tell Tale, race results and more
 * Check out pictures from past summers
 * Read old cruising logs, or articles on the club's history (see the documents tab) 
 * Participate in online forums to discuss both club and non club interests
The Silent Auction is back!!!   
The club will hold a silent auction, on Friday July 7, at 7 PM, all proceeds will benefit the Northport Food Pantry.  Volunteer to donate an item or service,  and/or to take part as auction crew, by emailing to Patti Wright at pjw.sow.wright@gmail.com.
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Dos Amigos to be replaced!

Reprinted from the Village Soup
NORTHPORT — 
An eye-catching former Mexican Restaurant on Route 1 has sold to a young entrepreneur with plans to open a café and restaurant this summer.  Anna Wagner of Northport bought the shuttered Dos Amigos restaurant at 144 Bayside Road in December and has begun renovations to the dilapidated building, which is known locally for its lime green walls, every-other-colored trim and playful Mexican-themed murals.  On Jan. 10, Wagner and her father were working in subzero temperatures to replace the roof. She hopes to open the business by June or July.  

Inquiries from curious passersby have been steady, enough so that Wagner joked about not being able to get any work done. During one five-minute break from cutting asphalt shingles, two drivers pulled over to ask questions. Yes, she planned to serve breakfast and lunch, she said. Both gave her the thumbs up.

"I don't have a theme yet," she said, "Everyone keeps asking me that."

Last summer, Wagner ran a food truck, Wag's Wagon, from the Washington Street parking lot in Belfast. The new business will be in the same spirit, she said: breakfast burritos, huevos rancheros, soups and sandwiches.  "Hearty and healthy," she said.

At the restaurant, she is hoping to attract the seasonal crowd that once flocked to Dos Amigos. While growing up, she recalled seeing a "train" of foot traffic between the Mexican restaurant and the summer cottages at Bayside Village.

As of January, the first order of business was to repair the building, she said, including new shingles covering the manic paint job that outlived the last business. Whatever the eventual theme, she guessed the interior would be similarly low-key, at least by comparison.  "It won't be the Mexican place everyone knows," she said. 

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