Commodore Jay Havens
Jay and Stephanie reside in Northwest Arkansas but their home away from home is the Beaver Lake Sailing Club. They enjoy cruising and racing on their Hunter Legend 35.5 S/V Cha…Changes. You can catch them most weekends on Dock 4.
Vice Commodore Johnny Walker
Rear Commodore Victoria Albritton
Victoria and her husband, David, discovered Beaver Lake Sailing Club while purchasing their Catalina 25 early in 2017. Not only did they find a boat, but they discovered a love for sailing and for the club’s members. Although they each promised they “would not get involved in club politics”, Victoria was quick to accept a Rear Commodore nomination when Judi Walker, a longtime member, and past holder of the position, called asking if she could nominate her. Why? Because Victoria always wanted to know what event was next and how she could help!
Victoria is a Realtor® with Coldwell Banker – Harris McHaney & Faucette in Fayetteville.
Victoria: “This club is like no other! We are a family of all ages having our common interest in sailing and love for our club. I promise to do my best to keep the members informed, and to let everyone know what they can do to help!”
Treasurer Tom Unger
Tom enjoys sailing his Laguna 30 and racing his Merit 25. He shares his sailing dream with his lovely wife Susan. They live in Elkins, Arkansas and enjoy taking trips to the Caribbean and bareboating. Tom is also a member of the Beaver Lake Sail and Power Squadron.
Treasurer’s responsibilities include managing club dues, slip fees, expenses and overseeing club bookkeeping. Tom also serves on the waterfront committee.
At Large Board Members
Kyle and his wife Linda live in Farmington, Arkansas. Kyle is a retired Marine and is a firefighter in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Kyle and Linda have bare boated in the BVIs and own s/v Wine Mixer, a Catalina 38.
Bill & Catherine Corley joined the Club in the fall of 2016. Since then, Bill has logged over 1,400 nm under sail, earning ASA Basic Keelboat, Coastal Sailing, and Bareboat Cruising certifications along the way. He enjoys BLSC racing as a sport and for the opportunities to gain skills and experience. His Catalina 25, Little Wing, won 1st Place in the cruising division of the 2017 Spring Series. Bill also enjoys crewing on other boats at every opportunity. You’ll find him at the east end of Dock One.