Meet Rowing PEI summer student Sohrab Saegh!

Rowing PEI is very fortunate to have had another successful application to the Canada Summer Jobs program in 2020, our 5th year in a row!

In July, Sohrab Saegh began working for us as our summer student and you have, no doubt, seen him around the docks and in the safety boat!

Sohrab, or Rob, began rowing in 2019 and is a member of the Canada Games training team, preparing for the 2021 Games in the Niagara region next August.

 

Sohrab graduated from the international baccalaureate program at Colonel Gray high school in 2020 and will be studying philosophy at UPEI in September, with the goal of law school in a few years.  We are hoping he will head to McGill which has a great rowing program!!

Until then, Sohrab will be busy this summer, learning rigging, boat and oar maintenance and other valuable skills, under the guidance of head coach Chantelle Hanley. He will also be training as a Learn to Row coach, and has been an important member of our LTR team in July and August. He also drives the safety boat a lot, for which we are very thankful!

And, of course, other duties as required!  Including inflating giant buoys!!

Rowing PEI would like to acknowledge the support of the Government of Canada in allowing us to hire Sohrab this summer.

 

August Update for Members

August Member Update

Hi Rowing PEI Members!

We hope you have been enjoying the start of the 2020 Rowing season! We’ve now been on the water for just over six weeks and we have even more time ahead of us.

With the opening of the Atlantic bubble, we were thrilled to have our performance coach, Chantelle Hanley join us from New Brunswick. Chantelle supported us through our winter training and it’s even better to have her here in person. If you’re following our Instagram or Facebook accounts, you will often see the juniors out with her in the early morning hours.

As of July 20, we were able to start our Learn to Row program. We saw unprecedented interest in rowing this year and have welcomed 24 new rowers to the club, which has made for a very busy schedule on the water. Luckily, the weather has been in our favour almost every day, allowing everyone to work towards their L2.

Thank you to everyone for adapting so well to this year’s new COVID restrictions. The attention to washing and sanitizing the equipment has been fantastic. We are very lucky to currently have no known active cases on the Island, but as Dr. Morrison has said “We are not out of the woods and we cannot afford to let our guard down.” Please continue to wash your hands, maintain six feet distance from others and wear your masks when that’s not possible – and always on the dock.

Please also continue to follow the self-assessment checklist and stay home should you develop any symptoms.

For the month of August, we are making some small changes to the schedule. We will no longer have rowing Mondays or Wednesdays after 6pm. Those days are race nights for the Yacht Club and it has proven too busy near the marina to operate safely. In order to open up a few more time slots, we will divide Tuesday and Thursday evening into two rows: 5:30-7:00pm and 7:00-8:30pm. Please ensure you allow time to return to the docks and wash your equipment before the next row starts.

Keep an eye on Signup Genius! We will add additional rows where possible. Let us know if there is a time you would like to row that is not currently available and we will do our best to accommodate where possible.

As I’m sure many of you already predicted, we have officially cancelled the Red Island Regatta for 2020. Events are currently not sanctioned by Rowing Canada and so we will not be able to go forward with this year’s event. We look forward to welcoming you and rowers from across the Atlantic to the 2021 Red Island Regatta!

If you have suggestions for how we can do anything better, please let us know. And, we’re always looking for extra support, so if you have time to volunteer, please reach out!

Your Rowing PEI board – Sparrow McGowan, Nancy Russell, Brian Higgins, Alex Forbes, Daphne Dumont, Jamie Moran and Alan Hilburg

Summer job posting – deadline to apply June 10, 2020

Thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs 2020 program, Rowing PEI is looking to hire a Rowing Program Coordinator.

Here are the details.

Position:  Rowing Program Coordinator

Conditions of employment:

8 week contract, 35 hours per week (varied hours/weeks)

Salary $ 13.00/hr

Start date June 15, 2020

Location of employment: Charlottetown Yacht Club (CYC) on the Charlottetown waterfront and Brudenell Resort

Job summary

Rowing Prince Edward Island  is the non-profit provincial governing body for the sport of rowing in Prince Edward Island.

The successful applicant will assist in:

-providing rowing instruction and training times for members of Rowing PEI

-promoting the sport of rowing to the public

-assisting with the additional cleaning and sanitizing protocol as described in the club’s “return to rowing” plan, as submitted to the Chief Public Health Office and Sport PEI

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 safety boat. 

Other duties would include the installation and removal of marker buoys to establish training and racing courses on the water.

-Assisting with the organization and delivery of our national sanctioned rowing regatta to be held August 22 and 23, 2020 *pending permission from Chief Public Health Office

Job requirements

The position will require the following qualifications, or willingness to obtain them as part of the summer employment:

-a valid pleasure craft operator’s licence;

-first aid training certificate;

-boat safety training; *will be provided

-LTR coach training or rowing experience;

-valid driver’s licence

The applicant must be between 15 and 30 years of age.

The applicant must be a Canadian citizen.

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

Bilingual an asset

Applicants must be able to swim

*The successful candidate will also need to obtain a Criminal Record Check. Rowing PEI will pay for the online application fee.

Application: Please send a letter and a resume to rowingpei@gmail.com

Deadline to apply: June 10, 2020

 

 

 

Rowing PEI clothing order this week!

2019 Rowing PEI clothing order this week!

We will be placing an order for Rowing PEI clothing this week, with a deadline of Friday July 5, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.

 Here are the 2019 selections and prices:

We are offering a wide variety of items and colours for you to choose from. The pricing provided in the details below includes the Rowing PEI  logo on the front and back.

We are encouraging club members to purchase at least one shirt in Extreme Yellow, to help make everyone more visible on the harbour:

https://www.sanmarcanada.com/b-atc-sup-tm-sup-b-pro-team-short-sleeve-tee-s350.html   $20.90+hst   small-xl

https://www.sanmarcanada.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=S3527  $23.90+hst  s-xl

https://www.sanmarcanada.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=L3527  $23.90+hst  s-xl

https://www.technosport.com/catalog/product/18500/HEAVY-BLEND-HOODED-SWEATSHIRT.html  $32.90  s-xl

https://www.technosport.com/catalog/product/2000/ULTRA-COTTON-T-SHIRT.html  $15.90+hst  s-xl

Members will pay East Coast Cresting directly. ECC is located behind Source for Sports on University Avenue and they are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. Phone: (902) 566-3337

Moisture Wicking Caps – $30 *this is a separate order NOT through East Coast Cresting.  We will be putting logos on here, either Rowing PEI or Red Island Regatta.

Email Nancy at rowingpei@gmail.com if you would like to be on the waiting list.

 

We are hiring a Rowing Program Coordinator!

Thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs 2019 program, Rowing PEI is looking to hire a Rowing Program Coordinator.

Here are the details.

Position:  Rowing Program Coordinator

Conditions of employment:

7 week contract, 35 hours per week (varied hours/weeks)
Salary $ 12.25/hr
Start date July 2, 2019

Location of employment: Charlottetown Yacht Club (CYC) on the Charlottetown waterfront and Brudenell Resort

Job summary

Rowing PEI is the non-profit provincial governing body for the sport of rowing in Prince Edward Island.

The successful applicant will be assisting in:

-the organization and delivery of our national sanctioned rowing regatta to be held August 24, 2019

-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 safety boat. Other duties would include the installation and removal of marker buoys to establish training and racing courses on the water.

Job requirements

The position will require:
-a valid pleasure craft operator’s license;
-first aid training;
-water rescue training;
-LTR coach;
-valid driver’s license

The applicant must be a student returning to school on a full time basis during the next academic year.
The applicant must be a secondary, post secondary, vocational or technical student.
The applicant must be between 15 and 30 years of age.
The applicant must be a Canadian citizen.

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

Bilingual an asset

Applicants must be able to swim

Application: Please send a letter and a resume to ernie.morello@gmail.com 

Deadline to apply: June 19, 2019

 

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – ROWING P.E.I.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – ROWING P.E.I.

The Annual General Meeting of Rowing P.E.I. will take place on Saturday March 30, 2019.

ALL MEMBERS ARE WELCOME and encouraged to attend.  Family of rowers and others interested in our sport are also most welcome.

Date:  SATURDAY March 30, 2019

Time: 10:00 a.m. – noon and we plan to go for lunch afterwards!

Place: House of Sport, Royalty Centre

40 Enman Crescent (a left turn off University Avenue after UPEI and before Staples, then turn right. Next to Charlottetown Rural)

Room Room 125, first floor

Come and find out about our plans for the 2019 season, including the return of the Red Island Regatta and our new Skills and Drills program.

Thanks – and be sure to save the date!

Daphne Dumont – President, Rowing PEI

The minutes from the 2018 AGM are pasted below.

2017 Annual General Meeting – Rowing PEI
March 17, 2018 10:00 a.m. House of Sport Royalty Centre

Present: Michael Gibson, Daphne Dumont, Nancy Russell, Brian Higgins, Dinah Arviko, Ernie Morello, Heather MacKinnon, Stephen Murray, Stephen Mellish, Joeanne Woodard, Russ Bryden, Lea Bryden.

  1. Call to Order:
    Daphne Dumont called the meeting to order at 10:15
    The official quorum is four members and 12 were present.
  2. Agenda:
    The agenda was circulated and approved as presented.
  3. Approval of Minutes of 2017 Annual Meeting:
    Moved by Nancy Russell, seconded by Michael Gibson that the minutes of the 2017 annual meeting be formally approved.
    Carried unanimously.
  4. Business Arising:
    None that would not be dealt with during the reports
  5. Reports:

5.2 Treasurer – Brian Higgins
(a) The Treasurer reviewed the annual statement of the 2017 year in detail.
He responded to questions from members about a contingency fund of some sort. We have about $9.5 k available if needed.
Question: at what point are we going to depreciate the assets. Board will take this on as a task.
Also need to finalize detailed inventory that was done in summer 2017. Board will also take this on.
Loan for quad will be paid off in mid-April. That will make us debt-free.
Moved by Brian Higgins, seconded by Michael Gibson that the 2017 annual statement of Rowing PEI be approved. Carried unanimously.

(b) The 2018 draft budget was circulated by the Treasurer.
Brian noted that we took in $30,000 and spent the same. He projects that number will be lower this year without the Canada Games income and expenses.
He highlighted that membership revenues were $2,000 more than projected because of the number of LTRs . 31 in 2017.
Ernie suggested we need to take a close look at maintaining and repairing the docks. Assess if they need work. They will deteriorate. Andrew at the CYC takes care of their docks.
Suggestion was made to have a look at them. Ernie will make contact with Andrew to have a look at them.
Our docks are from 2009 Games. There are 3 low profile and a finish and start and starter blocks in the woods at Brudenell. We sold 3 starter docks. They were the property of Canoe Kayak, which we were part of.
They could still be valuable if we could get them floated.
The board will continue to pursue this as a possibility.
Boat expenses are higher because we kept some wooden boats from Joyce’s barn. The board has agreed to store them for one year. But if nothing is done be fall, we will dispose of them.
Daphne – has to be part of the useful fleet.
There are two quads.
Heather did the repair clinic at the RCA Conference. We also have offers of help from Peter in New Brunswick.
Also discussed potential of selling them.
Moved by Brian Higgins, seconded by Michael Gibson that the detailed 2018 budget be adjusted as circulated

(c) Moved by Brian Higgins and seconded by Michael Gibson that Todd Gaudin continue to act as our accountant for 2017-2018 year.
Need a signed form from RCA that money comes from federal government. Has to be 40 per cent from government sources to get rebate.
If our income is not from government, then we will have to charge HST.
The board needs to deal with this immediately.
What about the threshold of gross revenue.
Brian will check with our accountant Todd Gaudin.

5.3 Competitive Program and “blue sky” recommendations – presentation of report by Lea Bryden.

5.4 Coastal Program – 2017 and 2018 plans – Nancy
New punch card system for 2018 – offer 4 rows for $100 with possibility of renewing
Double on the dock and reconfigure the dock
New L2 training in 2018 – focus on hospitality and customer service
LTR certification – continue to offer LTR on demand
Rowing the World – Canada Day weekend
World coastal championship in Victoria BC – training camp

5.5 Regattas (indoor/outdoor)
First Red Island Indoor Rowing Challenge in February 2018 – about a dozen participants. Brought ergs to the Stratford Town Hall. Southport Room. Borrowed USB hub from Row Nova Scotia to run Concept 2 racing Program. Thanks to Stephen Mellish for computer wizardry. Hope to grow the event in 2019.

2018 Red Island Regatta – Russ Bryden co-chair
Budget and Regatta package have been approved by the board.
Package has been sent to Chief umpire Linda Lee.
Regatta Central system is still in the works.
Working on the anchor screws at Brudenell.
Want to make money in the event.
Same format as last year.
Saturday August 25th and Sunday August 26th

  1. Bylaw Changes – Daphne
    Amendment to the amendment
    Change wording:
    To continue to act as the
    Motion – that the proposed bylaw amendment be passed as amended.
    Moved by Stephen MURRAY, seconded by Russ Bryden.
  2. Nominating Report –
    Members at large: Joeanne Woodard, Lea Bryden (liaison with flatwater task force)

Secretary – Nancy Russell (2nd of 3 years)
Treasurer- Brian Higgins (1 of 5 years max)
President- Daphne Dumont (2 of 3 years max)
We have approved the slate as nominated.
Daphne officially thanked Mike Gibson for his years of service and presented him with a gift.

5.1 President’s Report – Daphne Dumont
There will be a refresher for officials after extensive changes to the Rules of Racing. That will involve Stephen MURRAY, Mary Lynne Bruvels, and Daphne. There is money in the budget.
Great welcome to visiting rowers. This matters as they help spread the word.
Great social events.
Hired a summer student. Thanks to Ernie for application. We have applied again in 2018, with emphasis on the Regatta.
Shannon MacAulay- training for 6 months in Halifax with Pat Coady through RBC Training Ground
Emily Cameron is getting married in September on P.E.I. Congrats to her and Ollie.

  1. Other Business
    Registration in person will be Saturday April 28th 10-2 at House of Sport Royalty Centre
    Stephen Murray- we need to do succession planning for officials and coaches. The board will take this on as a project in 2018.
  2. Adjournment:
    Adjournment there being no further business, the meeting adjourned.
    Minutes taken by board member Nancy Russell

Proposed Bylaw Amendments for Rowing PEI 2017 Annual Meeting — March 17, 2018

  1. Addition to “Objects and Purposes”: MOVED that the following object be added to the objects and purposes of the corporation, as #5;
  2. To act as the Provincial Sport Organization for the sport of rowing in P.E.I., provided this continues to be permitted by the province and by Rowing Canada.)

2: Reorganization of the Board of Directors: MOVED that Section 6(a) (Board of Directors) be amended to read as follows:

6.(a) The Board shall be comprised of three elected officers as well as one to six members at large, two of whom shall serve as:

(a)     Liaison from the Coastal Rowing Committee; and

(b)     Liaison from the Regatta Committee.

The officers shall be: (i) President;

(ii)     Secretary; and

(iii)   Treasurer.

The immediate Past-President may fill one of the member-at-large positions for one year, but may not vote.

P.E.I. rower to compete at national championship in B.C.

Photo by Jason Hoyt

Shannon MacAulay of Mount Herbert, P.E.I. has been training all season for a chance to turn some heads at the National Rowing Championships in Burnaby, B.C. this week.

MacAulay will compete in the women’s 1x competition, starting on Thursday, November 8th at Burnaby Lake. There are 60 entries in the Women’s Open single scull category, including Canadian Olympian Carling Zeeman.

This is MacAulay’s first full year in rowing. She spent six years with Hockey Canada and played for Team Canada at the 2015 Nations Cup as a member of the National Women’s Development Team.

Photo by Jason Hoyt

She was recruited into rowing through the RBC Training Ground program and has been training with the North Star Rowing Club in Dartmouth since May.

 

MacAulay has performed well regionally. She won both of her events at the Red Island Regatta in Brudenell, P.E.I., finishing first in the women’s coastal single and the coastal mixed double, along with Will Bryden from North Star.

In September, she also won the Pelham Championship Race at the North West Arm Regatta in Halifax, N.S.

Photo by Jason Hoyt

MacAulay will compete for the first time at 12:00 p.m. (PT) on Thursday, November 8th, 4:00 p.m. (AT), with more races on Friday and Saturday, and the finals on Sunday.

For the full draw and results: https://www.regattacentral.com/ng/regatta/6048/results

Rowing PEI president Daphne Dumont presents Shannon MacAulay with a cheque for $1,000 from the Elite Athlete Assistance Program. Thanks to the Department of Health and Wellness for the support.

In the news!

Shannon sat down recently with CBC Compass host Louise Martin to talk about her transition from ice skates to oars.

Here is what she had to say:

“It’s been a bit of a whirlwind. I started back in April. I moved to Halifax and it’s been tull time training, six days a week. It’s been an amazing experience so far, the people I’ve been able to meet.”

On RBC Training Ground:

 “It’s an amazing program really. I had just finished my first year in the Canadian women’s Hockey League and when I moved home, people were sending me this link to the RBC Training Ground.”

“When I did it, it was really cool because it allows, especially for the Maritimes, the small provinces, it allows these kids to get exposed to different sport and for the national sports organizations to see what these kids can do.”

“For P.E.I., it’s really neat, we put up a lot of really great athletes per capita so to be able to show off our talent is pretty cool.”

On making the transition from hockey to rowing:

“It’s different. I do really enjoy it and it’s something new. Some days it’s a love hate because it’s a really tough sport.”

“At the start, it was a lot of learning and really fresh so I was really engaged and I still am. But now it’s mentally more challenging as the progression is slowing down a little bit.”

“I have myself on a time frame and I’m pushing every day to get to the goals that I set for myself. With the discussions I’ve had with Rowing Canada and my coach and my teammates, it’s a lot of pressure, I guess, in a sense but it’s all good.”

Shannon MacAulay will be the lone competitor from P.E.I. at the National Rowing Championships:

“Part of me, it makes me a little sad because I think rowing could be bigger here.”

I’d like to see this group be bigger, going from P.E.I. Now that I’ve gotten involved in the sport, it’s a great sport and we’re an island, we live around water so there’s not reason why we can’t promote this more and get more people rowing.”

Shannon wanted to go to the Olympics in hockey and it didn’t happen. Is she hoping it’s possible with rowing?

“Essentially yes. I think when I set myself up for this, that was the big end goal and I know there are a lot of steps and a lot of work to get there.”

“It’s day by day but my vision, that’s definitely there. I’ve set myself on a tight time frame. It’s tough but that’s what I’m going to be pushing for.”

 

Hockey PEI

January 6, 2015 ·

Congrats to Team Canada and PEI’s own Shannon MacAulay on winning Gold today at the Nations Cup in Füssen, Germany. Shannon is in back row in the middle.

 

Rowers return to Red Island Regatta on the Brudenell River this weekend

The Red Island Regatta is returning to the Brudenell River this Saturday after a one year hiatus and, for one P.E.I. rower, it will be a chance to compete in front of family and friends.

Shannon MacAulay of Mount Herbert is a relative newcomer to rowing. She spent six years with Hockey Canada and played for Team Canada at the 2016 Nations Cup as a member of the National Women’s Development Team.

She was recruited into rowing through the RBC Training Ground program and has been training hard with the North Star Rowing Club in Dartmouth since May.

MacAulay has competed at two rowing competitions so far: the Nova Scotia Sprints on Lake Banook in July and, most recently, at the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in St. Catharines, Ontario.

On Saturday, she will compete closer to home.

The Red Island Regatta will feature 1,000 metre sprint races in the morning in front of the Rodd Brudenell resort. The finish line is close to the Brudenell marina.

In the afternoon, the rowers will switch to coastal boats and compete on a 2.3  kilometre course along the river towards Georgetown and back. They will be launching from the beach on Brudenell Island.

Competitors are coming from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to row, including a varsity team from St. FX.  There will also be 10 entries from the host club, Rowing P.E.I.

Home base for the event will be Activity Centre in Brudenell Provincial Park.  Spectators are welcome to come down to the water and cheer on the rowers.

The races begin at 7:30 a.m. and will wrap up by 4:30 in the afternoon.

Regatta organizers are thankful for the support they’ve received from premiere sponsor, East Coast Docks, the governments of P.E.I. and Canada, the Montague Waterfront Development Corporation, P.E.I. Parks, HMCS Queen Charlotte and Tranquility Cove Adventures.

“We are excited to showcase our sport on the beautiful Brudenell River and hope Prince Edward Islanders will take advantage of this opportunity to see some great competition, including the relatively new sport of coastal rowing,” said Russ Bryden, co-chair of the regatta.

Rowing P.E.I. was formed in 2010 with the loan of a  recreational fleet from Rowing Canada Aviron. The club now has about 50 members, rowing out of the Charlottetown Yacht Club.  Rowing P.E.I. offers Learn to Row programs regularly through the summer.

For more information: www.rowingpei.ca

Contact:  Russ Bryden

Co-chair, Red Island Regatta

Ph: 902-209-6333

We are hiring a Rowing Program Coordinator!

Rowing Program Coordinator                                     

Position Rowing Program Coordinator

Conditions of employment 8 weeks contract, 30 hours per week (varied hours/weeks)
Salary $ 11.55/hr
Start date June 1, 2018  

Location of employment Charlottetown Yacht Club (CYC) on the Charlottetown waterfront
Brudenell Resort

Job summary

Rowing PEI is the non-profit Provincial governing body for the sport of rowing in Prince EdwarD Island. The successful applicant will be assisting in:

-the organization and delivery of our second national sanctioned rowing regatta to be held August 25 and 26

-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.

Job requirements

The position will require:
-a valid pleasure craft operator’s license;
-first aid training;
-water rescue training;
-LTR coach;
-valid driver’s license

Education Post-secondary student in the current and upcoming year

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

Bilingual an asset

Applicants must be able to swim

Application Please send a letter and a resume to ernie.morello@gmail.com by May 26, 2018.

Information session this weekend

 2018 Rowing PEI Information and Registration – this weekend!

Saturday April 28, 2018 10 :30 a.m. – 2 :00 p.m.

Sport P.E.I. House of Sport

40 Enman Crescent – Room 234*note change

Competitive/Advanced Fitness *new this year

Under the guidance of a former high performance rower and coach, we will be offering a program for those 16 to 100 years old, male and female, who are interested in taking their fitness abilities to the next level. Workout times/days will be determined by the training group and boat availability.

L2 Training Sessions *new this year

All L2s are invited to take part in a safety refresher and an introduction to our new Skills and Drills package. We will share some fun ways to amp up your rowing experience as well as introducing our new Double on the Dock option, allowing even more flexibility to get out on the water.

The first session will be Saturday April 28th from 2-4 p.m. at the House of Sport, right after our registration. Please email Nancy at rowingpei@gmail.com to sign up. There will be more sessions in May and June.

New for 2018!  FOUR PACK PUNCH CARD

If you have completed Learn to Row in any previous year, you can purchase a punch card for 4 rows for $100 in 2018.

If you decide you want to become a member for the rest of the 2018 season, the $100 will be subtracted from your $330 membership fee.

This is ideal for someone who wants to get back into rowing after a break, or if you aren’t sure how this year’s schedule will work out for you.

Learn to Row 2018

Cost of Learn to Row is $130

The first training sessions for the Learn to Row will be either:

Saturday June 9th 12:30-4:30 p.m. or Saturday June 16th 12:30-4:30 p.m.

Other membership categories and fees are available here: https://rowingpei.ca/2018-online-registration/

Rowing PEI members will be on hand on Saturday to answer your questions and help you to register.

You can also register online.

SAVE THE DATES! The docks go in at the Charlottetown Yacht Club on Saturday May 5th and the plan is to bring our boats to the dock on Saturday May 12th.

Red Island Regatta – Saturday August 25, 2018!! SAVE THE DATE!

Red Island Coastal Rowing Tour – Sunday August 26, 2018

If you no longer want to receive emails from Rowing PEI, we are happy to remove you from our list!

Here’s to a great 2018 season!

Hope to see you soon.

Rowing PEI Board – Daphne Dumont, Brian Higgins, Nancy Russell, Lea Bryden, Joeanne Woodard