Fairfield Harbour Resident Bill Jarvis Achieves Regional Race Officer Status

Local Boating And Golf Community Resident One of Only Three Regional Race Officers in North Carolina Named by U.S. Sailing.

New Bern, NC, August 30, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Fairfield Harbour, a residential boating and golf community located 15 minutes from historic New Bern, has announced that resident Bill Jarvis has been named a Regional Race Officer by U.S. Sailing, the nation’s sailing governing body. After having attended several courses, passing the written exam and submitting letters of recommendation, Jarvis was chosen by the Race Management Committee to serve as an officer for the Southeast region, which includes nine states. With this certification, he is able to organize and oversee any sailing event in the region, assuring that each event is properly managed and is safe, fun and fair. Jarvis is only of three North Carolinians designated as a Regional Race Officer by U.S. Sailing.

Jarvis began sailing when he was 8 years old and has been actively involved in the local sailing community after moving to Fairfield Harbour in December 2000. He will help create and enforce the appropriate sailing rules and regulations at several upcoming community events.

For more information about the rules and regulations of sailing, visit the U.S. Sailing website.

“We are extremely proud to have a Fairfield Harbour resident named a Regional Race Officer by U.S. Sailing,” said Mystre’ Van Horn, on-site community manager for Fairfield Harbour. “Boating and sailing are important aspects of our community, so it is no surprise to us that Bill ranks among the top sailing experts in the nation.”

“Bill is a great sailor and an amazing asset to the Fairfield Harbour community,” said Larry Knapp, president of the Fairfield Harbour board of directors. “We are happy that he has achieved this great status, and we know he will do his best to provide fun and fair management for any sailing event in the area.”

“It is an honor to achieve the status of Regional Race Officer,” said Jarvis. “As a sailing competitor, I always appreciated good race management, so I look forward to repaying the favor and doing my best to ensure all competitions in this area are safe and enjoyable for participants.”

About Fairfield Harbour:
Established in 1975, Fairfield Harbour is a boating and golf community located 15 minutes from historic New Bern, North Carolina. Residents living in this recreational, resort and retirement community have access to numerous social networks as well as a 75-acre manmade harbor along the Neuse River that lies only 18 miles from the Intracoastal Waterway. Fairfield Harbour is located on more than 2,000 acres and includes more than 1,300 privately-owned single family homes, 144 condominiums and 24 townhouses. Dedicated to giving back to the community, Fairfield Harbour and its residents actively support more than 75 nonprofit groups in the region, including the Wounded Warrior Project, Tryon Palace, Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation and Coastal Women’s Shelter. Community Association Services (CAS, Inc.), which is led by John Stone, president, serves as the professional management company for Fairfield Harbour. Fairfield Harbour was most recently named “Community of the Year” by the Community Association Institute of North Carolina. For more information about Fairfield Harbour, visit http://www.fhpoa.com.
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