Dr. Frank Rozzelle III of Charlotte, a long-time member of the Lake Norman Covekeepers, died Nov. 13.Rozzelle, a teacher and principal in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools until his retirement in 1992, suffered a stroke, according to LNCK officials.Rozzelle recently participated in the Lake Norman Covekeepers’ kayak tour of Lake Norman, following the kayakers in his pontoon boat, then hosting the group for lunch at his lakeside home.Rozzelle earned his bachelor’s degree in history at Belmont Abbey, a master’s degree from Appalachian State and a doctorate in education from UNC-Chapel Hill.He spent more than 35 years in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, including serving as principal at six different schools during his career, including Myers Park and East Mecklenburg high schools.Rozzelle is survived by his wife of 61 years, Jacqueline; three children, two sisters and five grandchildren.Donations may be made in memory of Rozzelle to either Cook’s Memorial Presbyterian Church, 3413 Mt. Holly-Huntersville Road, Charlotte, N.C., for the Montreat College Scholarship Fund, or to Unity Presbyterian Church, 8210 Unity Church Road, Denver, N.C., for their Mission Fund.LNYC Christmas FlotillaRegistration is open for the Christmas Flotilla and Parade, the Lake Norman Yacht Club’s second annual sailboat decorating contest and parade on Lake Norman.The parade will be held at 6 p.m. Dec. 1, with participants sailing from channel marker D7 to the Rusty Rudder restaurant, then back to the LNYC’s clubhouse.Participants are encouraged to decorate their sailboats for the parade, with a $250 gift certificate going to the best-decorated boat. Chili and refreshments will be served at the LNYC clubhouse following the parade.The signup fee is $10 per boat. All boats should have required navigation lights and safety equipment on board for the parade, which organizers said would end around 8 p.m.For information or to register, email email@example.com.Sailing SceneThe 27th annual Ice Bucket Invitational Regatta will be held Jan. 1 on Lake Norman, with participants staging from the Lake Norman Yacht Club.The regatta is open to participants whose sailboats have a current Lake Norman Keelboat Council PHRF rating.Two races are scheduled – the first beginning approximately 11 a.m., the second at approximately 2 p.m. – with the awards ceremony set for 5 p.m. at the LNYC clubhouse.The entry fee is $25 for USSailing members and $30 for nonmembers, with a $5 late fee for those sending in entry forms after Dec. 21. Reservations for breakfast can also be made at $2.50 per person.For information or to register, call 704-896-1401.Annual dinnerThe Lake Norman Yacht Club’s Flying Scot Fleet 48 will hold its annual dinner Dec. 8. For information, visit www.lnyc.org.NCCSR to improve websiteN.C. Community Sailing and Rowing is looking for people with copy editing, graphic design and website design experience to help in redesigning the group’s website.The website -- www.nccsailandrow.com -- uses Wordpress as its platform, but NCCSR officials are looking at several other platforms for the redesigned website, according to an Oct. 7 email.The redesign project will run through January, and the time commitment required for all three positions is flexible.For information, contact Herb Schuette at 336-682-0408 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Smita Quinn at email@example.com.Upcoming meetings• The Lake Norman Sail and Power Squadron will hold its annual Christmas Party at 6 p.m. Dec. 7 at Jeffry’s Restaurant, 117 Trade St., Moresville. The cost is $33 per person, and all reservations must be made by Dec. 3. Mail reservations and payment (checks made out to LNSPS) to Barb Todd, 397 Catalina Drive, Mooresville, N.C. 28117.