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COVID-19 Reminder on Pontoons = Mask & Socially Distant

Due to the increase in traffic on the pontoons as we begin non-household racing almost everyday day of the week, ALL MEMBERS MUST WEAR A MASK WHILE ON THE PONTOON in addition to staying SOCIALLY DISTANCED.

Everyone must wear a mask on the pontoons. Due to increase traffic and members on the pontoons we ask all social and sailing members wear a mask on the pontoon while they are shuttled.

If you forget your mask we will have a random assortment of masks for sale on the pontoon for $10 that will be charged to your account. Your name and email will be collected on the pontoon.

Everyone on the pontoon needs to be socially distanced. This means one person per bench or one household per bench. If you look like you're too close, your pontoon driver will ask you to hold out your arms (so just follow the rules please!). Wearing a mask is not a substitute for staying socially distanced per the DNR Outdoor Recreation Guidelines.

If you are racing, please plan adequate time to get out to the island as we will have reduced numbers on the pontoons.

MYC COVID-19 Plan: Please review the full responsibility of members and sailors in the 2020 MYC COVID-19 Preparedness Plan HERE, compliance with the plan will be expected of every member and guest.

Thank you for your understanding as we continue to open up different services at the club.

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