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HOSPITALITY SCHEDULE FOR LOWELL 10/2/22

 

TEXTILE REGATTA 10/2/2022 LOWELL, MA 

Rower

Parent(s)

Signed up

Shift

Julia

Kim Houston

10/2/2022

7am - 10am (set up)

Brody

Amy Jones

10/2/2022

7am - 10am (set up)

Meghan

Tricia

10/2/2022

7am - 10am (set up)

Caden

Marybeth

10/2/2022

7am - 10am (set up)

Frances

Tracey

10/2/2022

7am - 10am (set up)

Elias

Kristin Smith & Nick Baer

10/2/2022

10am - 1pm

Aryaa

Uma

10/2/2022

10am - 1pm

Jaxson

Kevin & Cindy

10/2/2022

10am - 1pm

Sawyer

Christina

10/2/2022

10am - 1pm

Erick

Rene Pierce

10/2/2022

1pm - breakdown

Emma

Dawn McKinny

10/2/2022

1pm - breakdown

Gwyneth

Erin B

10/2/2022

1pm - breakdown

Ava

Somayah

10/2/2022

1pm - breakdown

Tess

Kathleen

10/2/2022

1pm - breakdown

SIGN UP FOR NH CHAMPS PARKING HERE

Concord Crew must have a volunteer to work with the ARC Parking Coordinator. Volunteering allows our rowers to particiapate in this local regatta and compete against teams from all over New England and the Northeast. FOCC depends on all families volunteering to keep our program running. The New Hampshire Championships George Dirth Memorial Regatta is the largest New England rowing event north of Boston and is hosted by Amoskeag Rowing Club at Memorial Park in Pembroke, NH. The regatta is a 3-mile head race that starts upriver and finishes at the park. The NHCR attracts over 2,000 athletes rowing nearly 400 sculling and sweep boats. ARC is dedicated to making sure that the NHCR is a superb regatta. The beautiful river, ample parking, smooth efficient operation and friendly staff are just some of the reasons why this regatta really stands out. Concord Crew receives a reduction in registration fees (or even a profit) by providing volunteers to coordinate and staff the parking lots, direct traffic, and scout for empty spots. The financial benefit that Friends of Concord Crew receives from the fee reduction program is an essential offset to the costs of participation in this fun, local event that benefits us and our sister rowing clubs. It is also what makes this event work. Parking is the first and last part of the experience of all visitors and participants and is the largest "moving part" of the event. We need every family to lend a hand to do this hard work. You will be directing cars and monitoring numbers of remaining parking spots, and communicating back to the other volunteers as we shift from one parking area to the next. Your commitment will involve one (tentative) meeting before the event and your shift/s at the event. We also need volunteers to help set up the parking areas the day before the event, and to take down the parking apparatus afterwards. All the time you put in is credited in $ back to the club! All volunteers will need to purchase a parking pass. Please do so in advance at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2022-nh-championship-george-dirth-memorial-regatta-tickets-377571625897 THANK YOU for helping to by signing up promptly, and showing up for your shift. Once sign-ups are complete, we'll send out details on what to wear, where to report, and a primer for anyone unfamiliar with directing traffic at this event. If you have questions that can't wait until sign-ups are complete, Call me at (603) 229-2510, or email at SusanPagano@ConcordCrew.org

Order your wreaths for delivery!

Local delivery

Plain wreath: $25.00

Red bow: $33.00

Burgundy bow: $33.00

Donation only: $25.00

Maine grown double-sided balsam wreath. About 24" wide. These will last for months!

Wreaths!

Our yearly fundraiser. Order your wreaths here and make sure to add your athlete/salesperson’s name so we can ensure they deliver to you. Quantity can be changed on subsequent page.

Wreath Choice
Athlete Salesperson

Welcome!

Concord Crew provides middle and high school students and adults from Concord ....and the surrounding areas (this is NOT a Concord High School sport) with the opportunity to experience all the sport of rowing has to offer: competition, team building, fitness, community service and, yes, fun. We accept young athletes from the greater Concord, New Hampshire, area. We row from our Whittemore Boathouse on the Merrimack River in a fleet of top notch racing shells, with an experienced coaching staff and incredible support from the parents and friends of Concord Crew. We attend several fall races each year (usually including the Textile River Regatta, the NH Championships and the Head of the Fish), a full slate of spring races (including the Crimson Cup, the Sleigh Cup in Hanover, and the Saratoga Invitational), we run a youth summer learn-to-row program and organize winter conditioning.

We have also recently added programs for Adults. These programs are for anyone 27+ yrs of age with or without experience. The coaches start from the beginning of how to row, focusing on learning the technique correctly first. There currently are adult summer sessions with a fall season, meeting 2-3 times a week. Check it out by visiting the registration page for details!

  • "Hands On"
  • Coxswain: driver, cheerleader, on-water coach
  • Happy Coaches make happy, productive rowers!
  • Shells and Launches put away for the winter.
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