The Ohio District (#32) encompasses fleets from Ohio, part of Pennsylvania, part of Maryland and Kentucky.

In Ohio we have Cowan Lake, home of Fleet 1 in Wilmington, Berlin Lake in Canfield, Hoover Sailing club in Westerville and Atwood Lake in Dellroy. In Pennsylvania we have Lake Arthur in Pittsburgh and Pymatuning Yacht Club. In Kentucky we have Cave Run Sailing Association in Morehead. And in Maryland we have Deep Creek Lake.

The District Governor is Martha Sweterlitsch from the Hoover Sailing Club fleet. The Ohio District is also home to FSSA Foundation Chairperson Charles Buffington and Amendments Chairperson Dan Goldberg, Deer Park, Maryland, is the home of Flying Scot, Inc. and our builders, Harry and Karen Carpenter and Tyler and Carrie Andrews live nearby.

Hoover Sailing Club held its annual Buckeye Regatta May 18 and 19, with this regatta also serving as the Ohio District Championship. The event attracted 15 competitors, with 6 travelling to Hoover to participate in this early season event. Wind on Saturday was light, but our PRO and crew were able to get 4 races finished. Sunday morning there was no wind, so the event was declared finished. Bruce and Nathan Kitchen of Cowan Lake edged out Brian and Pamela Pace of Hoover for the... Read More
Geri and Frank Meehan have been at the heart of Deep Creek Lake's Flying Scot world for years. You could not go to Deep Creek without running into them. It is with a heavy heart that we tell you that Geri has passed away. We will always miss her warm smile and her endkess energy. Her family and friends far and wide will miss her so very much. You can read her remembrance here: https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/spring-hill-fl/geraldine-meehan-11650964?fbclid=... Read More
Photos provided by Doug Cotton here. From Doug Cotton on Facebook: The Sail-Fest Flying Scot Regatta on Kentucky Lake gave racers an experience in extremes this weekend.  For race one on Saturday, winds were out of the South at 16-18 kts with gust at 24 and maybe higher.  Of the 15 boats checked in, 9 boats braved the strong winds for a "white knuckle" ride.  After a 2 hour postponement to see if the wind would calm a bit, race 2 had 12 - 14 kts. with gust of 20 out of... Read More
From Dan Tobin: The Ohio District Championship and Fleet 80 Sail for the Grail Regatta were held together on September 10 and 11 at Lake Arthur, Moraine State Park, Butler County, Pennsylvania. Wind conditions were light on Saturday, and the Race Day PRO Dan Goldberg set up three LF2 courses. The wind held pretty steady (for Moraine), and three races were completed by mid-afternoon. The Sunday traditional format was a Bridge-to-Bridge race that traversed the entire lake in one long lap. With... Read More
From Greg Shafer at Deep Creek: It is with great sadness that we share the news that a great icon for sailing on Deep Creek Lake and beyond, Barbara Griffin, passed away on January 5, 2022 at home with her husband, Don, and two of her daughters at her side.  Her passion for sailing was revealed not only on the water but also as a leader in numerous organizations that support sailing on Deep Creek Lake and across the nation.  Don mentioned that Barb was president of thirteen... Read More