The Old Colony Yacht Club Pig Roast was a party that if you were not there you missed out on a great time. Rear Commodore, Dave Dombrowski along with Brian Burns and the other members of the board and volunteers made sure it was a good time for all. Guests were treated to a variety of barbecue meats and poultry along with with music by one of the best Country Bands in the Northeast called “Branded”. Guests filled their plates and danced late into the night while enjoying friendship, family and good times.
- A variety of delicious barbecue was just one of the highlights of the Old Colony Yacht Club Pig Roast
- There was lots of choices of food for the members and guests of the OCYC including many visitors from other MBYCA members who arrived by boat
- Commodore Dave Burke with other officers and board members taking a well deserved break
- The Country Band “Branded” kept the guests dancing late into the evening
Life Members Appreciation Brunch
February 9th, 2014
On Sunday February 9th, the a Life Members Appreciation Brunch was held to recognize and honor the life members who have helped make the Old Colony Yacht Club what it is today. Commodore Dave Burke thanked not only the life members for their years of being a member and everything they have done for the club. The morning would not have been a success without the volunteers with special thanks going to John Verocci, Bob Gillis, Joe Brown, Rear Commodore Dave Dombrowski and Ed McGonagle who helped set up and cooked the brunch using their culinary skills putting out a delicious spread of eggs, meats, fruit and other delights. Below are a few pictures from the Life Members Appreciation Brunch.
Installation of Officers
January 9th, 2012
The 2014 Old Colony Officers were sworn in on Sunday January 19th, 2014
Annual Veterans Day Cruise
September 8th, 2013
On Sunday September 8th, the annual Veterans Day Cruise was held where veterans who live in veterans hospitals were treated to a day on the water cruising through the harbor with escorts from the Boston Harbormaster and Boston Fire Department boat which had it’s water cannons blasting saying thank you to the veterans. This happens each year under the leadership of Bill a veteran himself and the many volunteers who offer their boats and time setting up or running the boat. Once they returned to OCYC they were treated to a delicious meal in the function room before leaving for the day. of These veterans were so appreciated and many could be heard saying they could hardly wait till next year.