Youth 1 Classes Switch to Mornings; Adult Classes Start June 27 June 26, 2011

MORNING YOUTH CLASSES: To accommodate those students who still had public school classes last week, we held our Youth Program in the afternoon. Starting this week, we are in full swing with our morning classes. At this point we have 50 boys and girls who are sculling and rowing from 7:15-10:30 each morning. The beginner groups are full, but there is still room for more experienced scullers and rowers. So, if you are ready to take it on, register online by clicking on the application link below.

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ADULT SESSION 3 CLASSES: Starting today our 2-day per week adult sculling and rowing classes will continue with Session 3, June 27-August 4. Almost all of the afternoon classes are full, but we do have one or two slots left in the beginner barge for Tue/Thu at 6:15 PM. Register online now and come to the boathouse to see if you made it. Currently the morning classes also have room in the Beginner Barge on Tue/Thu at 6:00 AM. The zephyr class on Tue/Thu is full, but if there is a need we can add on another zephyr class for Mon/Wed 6:00 AM. Taken altogether, we have approximately 84adult rowers plying the waters as members of our learn to row program. You can register by clicking on the link below. 

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