Dear NCSP Patroller’s and Family,
Over the past month, the NCSP Officers have met weekly on conference calls. We start each call with personal check-ins, seeing how each of us and our families are doing. I’d like to start this note in the same way. Please take a moment and let us know how you and your loved ones are managing. Send an email to any of the officers, or post a quick update on Facebook if you are part of that community. We value the chance to check-in with everyone and would appreciate hearing from you.
For that same reason we will be hosting an NCSP Community Video-Conference Call at 11 am on Saturday, May 2, 2020, for an hour. We’d very much love to see all the many faces of NCSP gathered together for mix of officer reports, updates, questions & answers, as well as a chance to just be together. Click here to continue: Commodore’s Corner and Season Update – April 17, 2020
NCSP / Convid-19 Update
Recently we shared that we have been following the available reporting on the coronavirus (Covid-19), and considering how that might affect our NCSP Spring Training. This past evening we met again via conference call and determined that we will be cancelling our May 1 – May 3, 2020 Spring Training.
With the virus infection rates projected to peak in April or May, it is important we continue to take all safety precautions. Our mission is safety and our priority is you. In an effort to balance an abundance of caution with a well-informed response, we will continue following the updates provided both nationally and by PA, NY, and the National Park Service. Each of us know someone who is more susceptible. On the call last night several shared personal stories and concerns. Please continue to follow all social isolation guidelines closely. They can really make a difference.
We’re all now in uncharted waters with this virus. For the time being, we have to adapt and develop new ways to effectively serve our mission. The officers will be conferencing again in a week. We’ll be planning for our summer patrol season, for training our new members, and for increasing our communication with all of you at a time when greater communication is absolutely beneficial. One idea we are looking at is holding an online meeting with all of you, to connect us and allow us to share season preparations together. More on this soon.
We would like to invite you to add suggestions to this process. If you have ideas for how to make this season both safer and more successful; or if you’d like to offer to help us in the effort, please reach out to me or any of the officers. We dearly appreciate the extra hands. By working together, I am confident we will come through this better for the challenge.
Thank you for your understanding. We’ll be posting updates to our NCSP website our Facebook pages, and via emails to the membership. If you have questions please reach out to the officers at any time. We appreciate your support.
Remember, there will be a patrol season, and we will soon again be together on the water. Let’s stay positive and look forward to paddling on the Upper Delaware!
• Spring Training Notes
• Spring Training Schedule
• Renewing Memberships
• Spring Dinner
•Mather Swiftwater Training
NCSP Newsletter Winter 2019
• Spring Training
• 2018 Dick Rhodes Golden Biner Award recipient
• Fall Dinner Highlights
• Marine Band Radios
• First Aid / CPR classes
Additional links to the archive of NCSP newsletters coming soon