Category Archives: Youth Mentorship

Felicity Ann Presides over Graduation

If Felicity Ann could smile, today would be the day. The class of 2015 proudly graduated under the auspices of the historical boat, which was part of the Large Craft class restoration projects. Graduate Tatyana F. started off as member of … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Waldorf Class

What a beautiful day out on the water. The fog cleared off late morning, and we were able to take half of our Wednesday boat building class out on the water to appreciate the wooden boats they’ve been working so … Continue reading

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Spring Up-Date

  Spring is in full swing and the end of the school year just around the corner.   Action is hot on our two main projects. Epic our new voyaging boat is entering it’s final phase: sails, rigging, oars and … Continue reading

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Come out and Support our Students

Come out and support Chimacum Schools and the CBP Voyaging class at the Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair! Chimacum High School Campus 91 West Valley Road Saturday & Sunday December 14th & 15th, 2013 10:00 AM – 4:00PM

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Sailor Scientists Rock Their Exam!

      Today the Sailor Scientist class was put to the test! They were completely in charge of of preparing the boat, choosing the destination, collecting science samples and getting us docked safely. They passed with flying colors!   … Continue reading

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Fall 2013

Exciting things are happening once again in Upper Lower Hadlock! Marci Vancleve… … is this year’s recipient of the Wooden Boat Foundation Award for Lifetime Achievement in Wooden Boat Community Spirit and Culture! Our main liaison to the local school … Continue reading

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February Update

 Epic is Planked!  Our newest expedition vessel Epic got her final plank and is ready to turn over. We build the hull upside down, then flip it to complete the construction. Next month we will remove the molds and begin … Continue reading

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