Many thanks to crew at The Lost Anchor in Cavendish!

The Canada Games training team had a fantastic lobster supper fundraiser on Father’s Day, Sunday June 19th – and we have many people to thank.

Biggest thanks to Miranda Ellis and Jamie Newson (and Kaleigh Peters!) for offering to organize this fundraiser! It was a ton of work just as they were about to open for the season. We really appreciate the opportunity. And we hope that our Rowing P.E.I. members and families will drop in to The Lost Anchor this summer to show our support for their wonderful restaurant.

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It’s The Lost Anchor Pub & Galley, at the corner of Routes 6 and 13, called Cavendish Corner.  You turn as if you were going towards Cavendish Beach and it’s on the right, behind the Dirt Shirt store.

Other thanks:
Eric C. Robinson Inc.
Covehead Rover
MR Seafood
Cathy MacAusland

Also, many thanks to the volunteers who peeled and chopped potatoes, put together the lobster suppers and handed them out.  I don’t have pictures of everyone but here are a few.

Thanks again!
Nancy – on behalf of the Canada Games rowing training team 2017

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Rowing PEI is hiring! Looking for a student to be our Rowing Program Coordinator

Rowing Program Coordinator                                     

Position Rowing Program Coordinator

Conditions of employment 9 weeks contract, 40 hours per week (varied hours)

Salary $ 10.75/hr

Start date July 4th  

Location of employment Charlottetown Yatcht Club (CYC) on the Charlottetown waterfront

Job summary

Rowing PEI is the non-profit Provincial governing body for the sport of rowing in Prince-

Edwart-Island. The successful applicant will be assisting in:

-the training of the competitive youth team  for the 2017 Canada Summer Games;

-the organization and delivery of our first national sanctioned rowing regatta to be held August 27;

-the promotion of the sport to the public and tourists.

Daily duties would include maintaining equipment, assisting with launching of boats, ensuring all safety policies of the club are being followed by all participants, operating the safety boat, and providing Learn to Row Coaching. Administrative duties will include maintaining logs of all boats on the water, when launched and when returned, and noting any damage or maintenance required by the rowing shells as well as the saftey boat. Other duties would include the installation and removal of marker buoys to establish training and racing courses on the water.



The position will require:

-a valid pleasure craft operator’s license;

-first aid training;

-water rescue training;

-rowing coach training.

The successful applicant will be provided with the necessary training to meet these



Education   Student in the current and upcoming year *note: not necessarily post-secondary*

Other Skills Experience in client services and/or coaching a team

Bilingual an asset

Driver’s licence an asset

Applicants must be able to swim and have water experience of some type

Application Please send a letter and a resume to by June 18th, 2016