The tradition of "Covered Dish" dinner meetings continue, attended by 80-100 members during the summer months.
The Christmas dance of the 50's developed into the Commodore's Ball and became one of the top social events of the entire community; a black-tie affair with Bobby Baird's and Lee Vincent's bands a tradition.
The ceremony "Passing of the Hat" continues at the Commodore's Ball. The ceremony honors the past Commodores in attendance as they pass the Commodore's cockade from one to another up to the Commodore for the coming year, signifying the start of his term. Earl Phillips and Frank Wadas were perennial toastmasters.
The club's history was written by the late Frank Wadas, the club's historian. On Father's Day, June 19th, 2011, the Club's Committee Boat was named in honor of Frank Wadas in a quiet ceremony. A plaque has been placed on the boat with the name "Frankie Baby" to always remember a great man.