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Category: West Wight Potter 15 Year: 1983 Asking Price: $1,000.00 Location: Glenside, PA 19038

Category: West Wight Potter 15 Year: 1996 Asking Price: $3,500.00 Location: Midwest, WI 54202

Category: West Wight Potter 15 Year: 2009 Asking Price: $9,500.00 Location: Yamhill, OR 97148

Category: West Wight Potter 15 Year: 1994 Asking Price: $4,500.00 Location: San Diego

Category: West Wight Potter 19 Year: 1996 Location: SW MICHIGAN, MI

Category: West Wight Potter 15 Year: 2006 Asking Price: $6,000.00 Location: Tupelo, North Mississippi, MS 38801

Category: West Wight Potter (all models) Year: 1973 Location: Riverside, CA

Category: West Wight Potter 15 Year: 1985 Asking Price: $3,000.00 Location: Oakland, CA

Category: West Wight Potter 19 Year: 2004 Asking Price: $8,500.00 Location: Temple, Tx 76502

Category: West Wight Potter (all models) Year: 1986 Asking Price: $500.00 Location: Fairhaven, Ma 02719

Category: West Wight Potter 15 Year: 2002 Asking Price: $5,000.00 Location: San Diego, CA 92126

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1995 West Wight Potter WWP 19

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The West Wight Potter 19 is a pocket cruiser and camper sailboat. This boat has been restored and set up for lake and coastal sail camping. We took fun trips with this boat – and you can too! We are selling as we are now restoring a C-Dory. The boat is currently parked in warehouse storage.

Potters are stable, seaworthy, sail over 6 knots on a reach, and are easy to launch and retrieve. Self-righting from a knockdown with built-in foam for buoyancy. Draft with keel down is under 4 feet, and when the lifting keel is fully raised the draft is about 6 inches. The kick-up rudder allows the boat to be sailed right up on the beach. Trailer weight around 2,000 lbs. depending on load. There is a lot of info online, including an active Facebook group and www.potter-yachters.org.

Brief History We are the third owners of this boat. Previous owner purchased from original owner (OO), but never used the boat. The OO installed hardware without sufficient waterproofing resulting in core rot and fiberglass delamination on the foredeck, cabin top, and transom.

We replaced the core and repaired the fiberglass using epoxy resin. Where new fasteners penetrate the core, the balsa core has been over-drilled and filled with epoxy to prevent rot.

Equipment: Propulsion: Mainsail with two reef points 110% overlapping jib 150% Genoa with cars for genoa tracks Telescoping whisker pole for Genoa 6hp long-shaft Tohatsu Sailpro outboard purchased new in August 2017, engine hours approx. 30-40. Drives the boat with very low fuel consumption at just over 6 knots. 3 gallon fuel tank Aluminum paddle

Electrical Systems All new electrical systems installed by owner; plans reviewed by ABYC Certified Electrical Technician. Systems include 30A 120V shore power and 12V system. Primary components are Blue Sea Systems and Victron.

120V Shore Power: Marinco 30A 125V Shore power inlet and 25 ft. 30A shorepower cable Blue Sea Systems Main Circuit Breaker Panel, 30A Blue Sea Systems 3-position circuit breaker panel Three GFCI outlets (two available in cabin; one in battery compartment for charger) 6A Guest battery charger (Discontinued model)

12V DC Power: Two Interstate Group 27 marine deep cycle house batteries 160 Reserve Capacity wired in parallel Blue Sea Systems 50A main circuit breaker Blue Sea Systems 12V 3-circuit distribution panel Victron Energy battery monitor BMV-700 - allows you to see remaining battery charge Blue Sea Systems Mini OLED DC Voltmeter Blue Sea Systems 12V phone charging station All new 12 V electrical wiring with all LED lights including blue courtesy lighting in cockpit and cabin, amber interior ambient lighting, two overhead lights, and running/anchor lights

Interior Modifications Glassed-in bottom of anchor rode locker and added drain Installed two super-quiet, efficient swivel-mount Caframo fans with timers Stanley 1500-Watt Utility Ceramic Portable Heater; frame modified to fit under cockpit behind companionway steps Standard Horizon Eclipse GX1300 25W VHF Class D DSC Marine Transceiver with mast mount Shakespeare VHF 5215 antenna Garmin ECHOMAP Plus 63cv CHIRP depth finder/chart plotter on RAM swivel mount (includes BlueChart G2 US lakes and saltwater charts installed) SONAR transducer mounted inside hull Removed ceiling liner and painted with ceramic microspheres to reduce condensation Sunbrella snap-on fabric companionway door with screen and roll-up cover Soft fabric screen for front hatch - Velcro attachments. Provides good summer ventilation with fans. Reinforced keel trunk and added four stainless latches Padded covering on mast partner Teak grab rails New bi-fold teak companionway door with table leg for cockpit dining Keyhole mount for companionway steps for better footing Mounted fire extinguisher near companionway Exterior Modifications New stainless steel hawse pipe for rode locker (replaced plastic ventilator) Refurbished teak swim platform with new stainless steel telescoping swim ladder Boat is fully painted with Pettit EZPoxy paint: white topsides, dark green hull, black bottom paint Replaced flimsy outboard mount with refurbished older OMC mount. A 3/16 backer plate was epoxied to inside of transom Added a Mastup Mast Stepper allows mast to be raised more easily. Original mast crutch is included in sale. Ratcheting pulley system to assist raising mast Windex wind indicator on mast

Items included with boat sale Fluke-style anchor with 20 ft. of chain and 200 ft. of new nylon rode Two new fenders Thetford 135 Porta Potti Partial package of Porta Pak sanitizing packs Covers for mainsail, outboard, and tiller Collapsible boat hook Butane stove

Rig and Sails

Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

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The Potter Yachter Page 1

The Potter Yachter

Newsletter of the Longest Lasting West Wight Potter Club in the World April 2015

Outstanding Turnout for a Relaxing Season Opening Sail Out of Redwood City by Carl Sundholm

L ife is about doing stuff, and doing sailing is on my list of favorite stuff to do. So, after what seemed to be a very short winter, I think we were all looking forward to the Potter Yachters’ season opening sail at Redwood City on March 21, 2015, and the traditional St. Patrick’s Day Weekend dinner hosted by the Peninsula Yacht Club. Many sailors traveled from far and wide just to make the sail, and stayed overnight on Friday berthed in Docktown, courtesy of the Peninsula Yacht Club. Needless to say, when staying in that location one must be cognizant of the tides. Ship’s Stores for sale. Send orders to Pat Brennan: (Season Opening Sail continued on page 5) Show your colors! Fly an official Club Burgee on your next sail! Burgees $25.00 Also in this issue: Bumper stickers $ 2.50 (just shows the burgee; no text) Commodore’s Corner ...... Page 2 Patches $ 2.50 (Both round and burgee shaped) Upcoming: Benicia Sail ...... Page 3 Info Packets $20.00 (Primarily P-15 information) Upcoming: Moss Landing ...... Page 4 Or head over to our CafePress website and buy a Cap, Stein, or T-Shirt with the club logo on it. Events on the Horizon ...... Page 5 Visit: http://www.cafepress.com/potteryachters This Month in History ...... Page 10 Page 2 The Potter Yachter The Commodore’s Corner

By Rob Sampson

Potter Yachting keeps you young. Well, that's what I think. Small boat sailing keeps you physically active with rigging and de-rigging, and with sailing itself. It keeps you mentally active with the skills of sailing, navigating, tinkering and dealing with unexpected situations. And there is something else. When I'm out exploring rivers, sloughs, lakes and oceans with my Potter Yachter friends, there is a feeling of youthful excitement. It feels a lot like when I was a kid and we roamed the neighborhood creeks, fields and hills discovering new things. It's a good sport, hobby, activity, and social club. The Redwood City sail on the weekend of March 21 was a rousing success. Great weather, a good turnout (I think we had 14 boats), and wonderful hosting by the Peninsula Yacht Club (dinner, breakfast, free berthing and even prizes). Carl has a full write up elsewhere in this issue. Thanks Carl and Peninsula Yacht Club. Last year we had a great Alameda sail and sail-by of the Strictly Sail Boat show. See Tim Derry's photo in the 2015 PY Calendar. We also noticed a Drone flying overhead while we were sailing by. I was able to track down the Drone owner later when we were at the show and get some of the photos. I think you'll agree that they came out great. The Potter Yachter Page 3 Upcoming: April 18th, 2015 Benicia Sail with Overnight Option Sail Host: Goose April 18 is the annual sail from Benicia (California's first capitol!). It has always been well attended; usually with 15-20 boats. Many make a weekend out of it, getting slips at the Benicia Marina. For those who would like to try something new, anchoring out at the Benicia State Park is an option. It's protected, shallow, and has lots of wildlife. Winds and weather in early spring are typically perfect; with 70ish temps and 8-15k winds. Currents usually determine where we sail to, and with low tide at 7am, and high at 2pm it looks good for a flood assisted down-wind sail to the remnants of the Mothball fleet. After lunch aboard, and catching the early ebb back Directions to 9th Street Ramp, Benicia to the ramp or marina, we can relax before heading to the From I-680: Benicia YC or my house for refreshments and dinner. A Exit onto I-780 West towards Benicia Exit at Military East "preview" of ReGale is in order, or perhaps even a Stay along water until 9th christening! From I-80: Free launch and parking at 9th Street ramp in Benicia, Exit onto I-780 East towards Benicia Exit at Southampton Rd with skipper's meeting about 10am. Those staying at the Head toward water (veering by Taco Bell) Benicia Marina (707/745-2628) can also use the ramp Turn Right immediately onto W. K St. th there. Main Street, just a few blocks away, has lots of Turn Left onto W. 9 St. To Benicia Marina: shops, antiques, and art for non-sailors. The Union Hotel is Exit 5th Street and ramp is at end of 5th. cool, and not expensive. Marina office for check-in is on 2nd Street. See you there! Goose.

Participation in Potter Yachter events is subject to the guidelines published in March 2015 PYN, page 4. Page 4 The Potter Yachter Upcoming: May 2, 2015 Moss Landing Overnight Sail Host: Mike Swartz/Bud Kerner Join the Potter Yachters on May 2nd and celebrate Kentucky Derby Day at Elkhorn Yacht Club! Rita Jacques, interim Club Manager, says they’ll be planning something that “will probably have to do with hats and mint juleps.” She cheerfully added, “we always enjoy your group.” We’ll most likely have access to Elkhorn Yacht Club’s guest dock, so there’s an overnight option -- and no reason not to partake of their hospitality and well-stocked bar! There’s plenty of parking space, although the fee schedule is a conversation starter. Once you decide what to pay, you put exact change into the “iron ranger” using the envelopes provided. Our best guess is that it’s $11 to launch/retrieve and $12 per 24 hours parking. It’s a long walk to the Harbor Master’s office if you need to make change. You can sometimes find free parking at the yacht club, so check with them when you drive up. Directions: Get onto 101 South, take Hwy 129 West towards Watsonville, take Hwy 1 South, turn into the parking lot past Jetty Rd (before the bridge in front of the power plant).

Participation in Potter Yachter events is subject to the guidelines published in March 2015 PYN, page 4. The Potter Yachter Page 5 (Season Opening Sail continued from page 1) However, the rising tide brought everyone together with time to spare. Others, including myself, showed up bright and early at the Redwood City Marina Ramp parking lot to set up their sailboats and get out on the water. It was good to get together with so many good friends again. All told, fourteen boats turned out skippered by (1) Commodore Rob Sampson ( Vagabond 17 ), (2) Don Person (Potter 15), (3) Harry Gordon (Potter 14), (4) Bud Kerner (Potter 19), (5) Goose (highly creatively modified Potter 14), (6) Dave Kautz and Eric Zilbert (O’Day 192), (7) Dan Phy and Jim Kirwan (Monty 15),(8) Bruce McDevitt (Potter 15), (9) Mitch Carnes (Potter 15), (10) Dana Suverkrop (Potter 15), (11) Jean-Pierre Boquet (Potter 15), (12) Robert Crowe (O’Day 19), (13) yours truly Carl Sundholm (Potter 19), and (14) newbie Jerry Nolan (Potter 15)—welcome aboard Jerry! At the Captain’s meeting, it was mentioned that the afternoon winds picked up the day before, so we decided to target the Club Events on the Horizon Apr. 18 (Sat-Sun) Benicia Sail with overnight option (Goose) easy to intermediate, depending upon the winds and destination; overnight possible at dock or at anchor for individuals who choose to; plentiful parking and nice ramp May 2 (Sat) Moss Landing with overnight option (Mike/Bud) intermediate to advanced – most open ocean sails are not for beginners; overnight at docks. May 16 (Sat-Sun) Delta Overnight Sail from B & W Resort (Jerry B) easy but sometimes intermediate when it’s very windy; overnighting in boats moored at docks June 6 (Sat-Sun) Woodward Reservoir (Rich/Kevin)

Page 6 The Potter Yachter

wreck of the destroyer U.S.S. Thompson for our anchor-out picnic lunch siesta.

There was a scarcity of wind in the morning that gave the water a glassy appearance. At first, some attempted to sail out, but more and more motors started and we motor-sailed out the channel of Redwood Creek.

Although we usually follow the channel markers all the way out, Dave Kautz indicated that he believed the conditions and tide would give us sufficient water to take an early right towards the Thompson after Channel Marker 5. Sure enough, Dave was right.

The Potter Yachter Page 7 Finding myself in the lead, I took Dagmar out of the channel at marker number 5 and saw depths no lower than 7 feet across the west side silt shelf until reaching the deep part of the Bay. Unexpectedly, the water on the Bay was as glassy and calm as it was in the channel, so we continued to motor sail out to the wreck of the Thompson.

On reaching the wreck, the water was so calm that it almost seemed unnecessary to deploy the anchor, but I cast it out anyway. It was great to have Harry, Rob, and Goose sail up and raft up with me and Dagmar for lunch.

It was kind of like having one big loosely connected party boat, making it easy to relax, enjoy conversation, and share lunches and drinks, while enjoying the beauty and calm of the Bay.

Photo by Dan Phy Photo by Don Person Page 8 The Potter Yachter Many others anchored nearby and enjoyed their picnic lunches in the warmth of the spring sun. The sun rays were almost summer-like, so Harry and I used sails as sun shades, although he had a much better (and more colorful) set-up.

As we were enjoying the conversation, we noticed a slight breeze was picking up and folks were beginning to weigh anchors and set sails.

Mother Nature was kind to us, and the gentle breeze was sufficient for a very enjoyable and leisurely sail back to port.

Later the troops rendezvoused at the Peninsula Yacht Club where our ambassador Commodore Rob and the Potter Yachters were warmly welcomed with gracious hospitality and one fine St. Patrick’s Weekend fandango.

The Potter Yachter Page 9

Potter Yachters filled up three tables and enjoyed an Irish dinner of delicious corned beef, cabbage, carrots, and the like. Dessert was found in two giant green top hat cakes, with rainbow coloring

inside. Two Commodores: Lilley Yee , Peninsula Yacht Club with Rob Sampson

A duly ceremonious raffleore was held with various prizes for the Potter Yachters. The conversation, music and drink were most enjoyable, and a wonderful time was had by all.

Many thanks to the fantastic folks at Peninsula Yacht Club for their high spirited hospitality and to all the Potter Yachters and good friends who showed up and made this a most propitious start to what promises to be a fantastic sailing season. Page 10 The Potter Yachter

THIS MONTH IN HISTORY

It’s the FIRST newsletter of “the Potter Owners of the Bay Area”. (A name had yet to be selected.) How many of you remember this one? Or were actually THERE for the first meeting to make it all happen?!

The first issue started off with an exclamatory, “The Potter owners of the Bay Area have UNITED! And are we ever a good group!” The first dinner meeting (held at The King’s Table by Dory Taylor’s suggestion) had a turnout of 29 people. And a big THANK YOU went out to Herb & Virginia Orford who introduced Jim & Carol Mangels, Chip & Piera Shackelton, and Dory Taylor to each other and encouraged them to get a Potter group together. It worked! It’s interesting to note that a quick survey at the meeting revealed about half of the attendees primarily sailed reservoirs and half were Bay sailors. Most had families. A few indicated interest in racing.

The primary goal was to establish a monthly newsletter – which, in the days before webpages, email, and even cellphone text messages, was the way to get the word out. Well, there was always the trusty telephone tree. Here’s a sampling of what they decided: Yearly dues set at $3. A newsletter will be mailed monthly. Being the primary source of communication, the newsletter can include anything – announcements, boats/parts for sale/trade, boat improvements, suggestions and ‘tips’ for trailering and overnight experiences, packing food and cooking aboard, good and bad places to launch, etc. We’ll always include the report of the most recent

sail and tell where the next one will be. The first sail was set for Del Valle Regional Park on Sunday, May 21, 1978. Skippers meeting, 10:30 a.m., Launch time, 11:30 a.m. Next was a survey for what to call the club. Choices were (among others): Bay Potters, Potter People, West Wight Armada, Potter Sailors, and a blank. Bert Goldrath came up with “Potter Yotters”, which immediately caught on. And everyone agreed with Harry Gordon’s refinement of today’s “Potter Yachters”. Carol Mangels was the newsletter’s very first editor who painstakingly tuped typed it all out on a typewriter. The first issue was amazingly flawless!

Thanks for making it happen! And thanks to everyone for keeping it going!

The Potter Yachter Page 11 The Potter Yachters’ Website Boats for Sale or Wanted Did you know that the Potter Yachters have a very active website? I know you check the website every month to download the latest copy of this amazing newsletter, and you’re probably also aware that the 2015 Sailing Event Calendar is available there, too. But those monthly and yearly updates hardly qualify as “very active”. No, I’m talking about the innocuous For Sale or Wanted page which your webmaster, Mike Westfield, constantly has to update. It’s so popular that I’ve seen new additions to the list multiple times a week. If you haven’t checked it out, take a look. And thank Mike for his efforts the next time you see him! These’re just a few titles from March:

Sun, 29 Mar 15 - Wanted: WWP 15 - Gainesville, FL Fri, 27 Mar 15 - For Sale: 1999 Potter 19 - Greenwood, SC Wed, 25 Mar 15 - Wanted: Guppy 13 Pocket Cruiser - Los Angeles, CA Tue, 24 Mar 15 - For Sale: $5,500 West Wight Potter 15 - Kansas City, MO Mon, 23 Mar 15 - Wanted: Sanibel 18 - within 500 miles of Louisville, KY Tue, 17 Mar 15 - Wanted: Potter 19 - Anywhere in Northern California

Officer's Club

Commodore: Vice Commodore: Newsletter Editor: Rob Sampson Carl Sundholm Phil Marcelis [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] P-19, Dagmar P-19, #1487 P-15 Fleet Captain: P-19 Fleet Captain: Webmaster: Don Person Eric Zilbert Mike Westfield [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] P-15, #2472, Sarah Anne P-19, #629, Riptide

Secretary/Treasurer: Website: Pat Brennan www.potter-yachters.org [email protected] ComPac Legacy, #1, Latis

Potter Yachter Membership

Join the Potter Yachters – the club that has been around since 1978 and, with your participation, will continue to withstand the test of time. We’re really a bunch of nice folks who would just love to have other nice folks join us. Your dues help support club activities and publish the newsletter, so you’ll be sure to know when we’re out sailing, whether that’s in the San Juan Islands, Monterey, the SF Bay, or elsewhere. Annual dues are $25. Make checks payable to “Pat Brennan”.

Send your payment (with your name and address) to: Pat Brennan 1305 Webster Street #C205 See us online at: www.potter-yachters.org Alameda CA, 94501

Organized in Northern California in 1978, the Potter Yachters is the longest running West Wight Potter club. Membership is open to anyone interested in West Wight Potters and other trailerable microcruiser sailboats.

With a Grain of Salt The Potter Yachter is a forum for exchange of ideas and information among West Wight Potter (and other mini-yacht) sailors. But we Potter Yachters are mostly a bunch of amateurs finding our way by trial and error and luck.

You will probably find some very helpful tips or ideas in the Potter Yachter that will enhance your sailing experience, but you may also find some ill-advised suggestions or ideas that just don’t work for your particular boat, your sailing environment, your level of sailing experience, or your boat-working skills. So please understand that any sailing tutorials, suggested boat modifications, recommended cruises, etc., are the opinion of the author, based presumably on his or her personal experience and judgment at the time the article or letter was written.

If a Potter Yachter believes s/he has a good idea and submits it to the newsletter for publication, we will usually pass it on to the rest of you in the newsletter, but take it “with a grain of salt” and a large portion of your own good judgment, and perhaps get a second opinion before undertaking a modification or cruise or sailing technique you read about in the Potter Yachter (or any other publication). - The Editor

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    The Potter Yachter Page 11 The Potter Yachters' Website Boats for Sale or Wanted Did you know that the Potter Yachters have a very active website? I know you check the website every month to download the latest copy of this amazing newsletter, and you're probably also aware that the 2015 Sailing Event Calendar is available there, too ...

  17. Il-2: Battle of Moscow and Battle of Stalingrad on sale for ...

    That said, you can always pick them up separately whenever a sale comes around. It's hard to give a modern comparison. Overall, the German side has better fighters while the Soviet side has better attackers. The gap isn't that massive either way. German fighters are generally faster and accelerate much better, but their attributes only really ...

  18. Potter Yachters Sail to the Rescue

    Potter Yachters Sail to the Rescue. By Eric Zilbert | May 21, 2021 | Moss Landing, CA | 1. West Wight Potter sailors are usually out just having fun, but recently a couple of Potter Yachters became rescuers when they responded to a call for help. Eric Zilbert tells the story. Last Sunday, most of the Potter Pod left Moss landing for their ...

  19. Potter pastiche and more in Moscow

    Potter pastiche and more in Moscow Published September 12, 2003 ... and browsed through the offerings of the publishers' kiosks outside the main pavilions to buy books for sale at special fair ...

  20. Harry and the Philosopher's Stone to be screened with live orchestra at

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in Concert promises a truly magical moment this July, with the first Harry Potter film being brought to life with a rousing live musical performance. Audiences will experience the critically acclaimed Royal Scottish National Orchestra conducted by Justin Freer performing John Williams' iconic score to ...

  21. Good Samaritan to hold yard sale

    The Moscow Good Samaritan Society will hold its 21st annual yard sale fundraiser 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and 7 a.m.-noon Saturday at 640 N. Eisenhower St. This year's proceeds will help purchase an ...