Fly your Banner in Support
of Youth Sailing
on Lemon Bay
Celebrating our 11th
WHAT WE DO
Since 2002, Englewood Sailing Association is proud to have offered
affordable sailing programs for youth and adults each spring, summer
and fall from Indian Mound Park on beautiful Lemon Bay.
Throughout the year, we also offer intermediate and advanced youth
classes, as well as providing support for the Day Sail Divas, an
auxiliary group of women sailors associated with ESA. In June and
assistance from the Divas, we sponsor full-day youth sailing camps.
Our dedicated volunteers are CPR and First Aid certified, and ten of
our volunteers have completed the US Sailing Small Boat Instructor's
CURRENT ESA SUPPORTERS
- Sarasota Parks and Recreation Dept
- Warren Loranger Englewood YMCA
- Ormond W. Dixon Charitable Foundation
- Englewood Youth Foundation
- Englewood Bank
- Englewood Community Hospital
- Key Agency/Dave Dignam
- State Farm Insurance/Ron Smith
- Ringling College of Art and Design
- Dr. Tad Kasanovich, O.D.
- Dolphin Marine
- Boca Beacon
- Gulf Coast True Value
- Dr. Ramon deLeon:
Gulf Coast Medical Group Walk-In Clinic
YOU TOO CAN SUPPORT OUR
For your donation of $250, you can sponsor a 2’x4’ banner with your
name, your company’s name or your organization’s name that will be
prominently displayed for one year at our Indian Mound Park
facility during each of our training sessions.
At the end of the first year, a renewal is offered for an additional
$200 to continue displaying the
original banner for another year.
ESA — A Teaching Organization
The Englewood Sailing Association, Inc. was founded and incorporated
in 2002 as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation for the sole purpose
of sharing our aquatic resources, in a safe and ecologically
responsible manner, with area youth and their families through
sailing. To achieve this goal, we are proud to be working in
cooperation with the Sarasota County Parks and Recreation Department
and have partnered with the Warren Loranger Englewood YMCA to provide
instruction in sailing, water safety and respect for our environment.