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Garrett Regner with his retrofitted classic Star at Lake Dillon, Colorado.
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RETROFITTING A STAR… IN THE ROCKIES

Few one-design boats boast the pedigree of the Star. Designed in 1911 by Francis Sweisguth, who later designed the Interlake dinghy, the sloop-rigged, two-person, 22-foot keelboat is one of the world’s oldest one-designs. It’s also the oldest Olympic-class vessel, participating in its first Olympic Games in 1932.

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The Cheyenne River Youth Project
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CHEYENNE RIVER YOUTH PROJECT

Five years ago, I decided to put my life on hiatus so I could go to remote north-central South Dakota. It’s hard to explain, but I felt called to volunteer for the Cheyenne River Youth Project, a grassroots, not-for-profit youth organization founded in 1988.

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