Léry, QUEBEC  
Lac St-Louis  

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Unknown Jersey

Founded:
1910
Founders:
H. A. Pelletier, et al
Former Name:  Woodlands Boating Club
Official Name:
Club Nautique Woodlands Yacht Club
Telephone:
none
Website:
woodlandyachtclub.wordpress.com
Club Colours:
   

ACHIEVEMENTS
5th Place: 1914
Greatest Points Total: 1914: 4 (5th)
INFORMATION
Woodlands Boating Club was founded on the south shore of Lac St-Louis in 1910, a year before entering the CCA as a member club. Canoeing involvement ceased shortly after World War I, the club continuing in the association until at least 1919. The club continues today as the Woodlands Yacht Club. The original building burned down in 1938. The Second World War delayed reconstruction but the organization reformed as the Woodlands Recreation Association in the early 1950's. The Woodlands Yacht Club group, sailing out of Godfellow Bay, were invited to use the WRA facilities for their weekend races. Eventually, the WRA changed its name to Woodlands Yacht Club and continues to offer sailing, swimming and day camp activities to the various communities on the south shore of the St. Lawrence. The 1911 CCA program misspells Woodlands as Woodlawns alongside the correct spelling. This has resulted in mythical references to a “Woodlawns Boating Club.”
CCA COMMODORES
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W.B.C. Junior Tandem Trophy 1913

NATIONAL TEAM COACHES
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CANADA GAMES MEDALISTS
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NATIONAL TEAM ALUMNI

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