Row for a Cure and More

  The Pocock Rowing Center will host Seattle’s 16th annual Row for the Cure® offering a chance to row for a great cause to benefit the Puget Sound Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen© Row for the Cure. The 5.8 K race on Lake Union will start at 7:30 a.m. on Lake Washington Ship Canal near the SPU dock. The race will include kayaks, outrigger canoes, tribal canoes and dragon boats in addition to rowing shells. The top performing masters team/club and junior crew will each be awarded a pair of Croker pink sculling oars, individuals raising $250 will receive pink Headsweats race visors, individuals raising $50, sunglasses, and everyone registered receives a hot pink Croakies Eyewear Retainer.   

The goal is to raise 100k to support the George Pocock Rowing Foundation whose mission is to provide access and excellence in rowing as a means to foster physical activity, health, leadership and community engagement. All contributions are tax deductible and 75% of  donations stay in the Seattle community and 25% toward research in finding cures. National advocacy or administration will not be funded by this event. For more information or to donate see the website: http://www.rowforthecure.com/seattle/

The Kings Head XXIX Regatta will be held on the Schuylkill River in Bridgeport, Pennsylvania hosted by the Upper Merion Boat Club. This is a USRowing Registered event. There will be 307 entries from 57 clubs. More information can be found on the website: http://www.uppermerionboatclub.com/

  And in Albany, New York, the Head of the Hudson is hosted by the Albany Rowing Center. Check the website for more information:

http://www.albanyrowingcenter.org/hoh.php

Best of luck to all!

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