Baltimore Rowing Club
3301 Waterview Ave
Baltimore, MD 21230
Please consider supporting, participating in or cheering on Baltimore Community Rowing’s second annual Erg-a-thon.
Who Can Participate?:
* Any member of Baltimore Community Rowing, including both youth and adult (Morning Competitive, Day, Open, individual members middle and high school youth)
* Any friend, new-comer or potential youth or adult rower who wants to feel the power and openness of our rowing community
Why Get Involved?:
* To raise money for Reach High through this fantastic organization-wide event that connects brings all programs together
* To signal the end of winter training (Yippee!) and the start of the spring sprint season
* To bring all of us together in a fun, inspiring event
* To enlist new-comers to our community
How Does it Work?:
* Nine Teams with Eight people on each team (4 youth, 4 adults)
* Each team raises $2,000 with pledges ($100 per youth, $400 per adult), either on line on each team’s Go-fund me page or on the sponsor sheet
* Each rower ergs for one hour (adults can split the time into 30 min. sessions) from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (8 hours)
* In order to join a team simply send a message to Adam DeStefano (firstname.lastname@example.org, 410-245-1225) and he can place you with a captain.
* Celebration/Pot Luck: Party prizes and awards, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
* Location: Baltimore Rowing Club, upstairs main room
* Total Amount Raised Last Year: $28,000+
Erg-a-thon captains (one per team): Jules Ouwerkerk, Jake Lamason, Zulaika Brown, Kaitlin Pang, Andrew Flynn, Amaris Hinton, John Theodore, Cori Davis, Gabby McDaniel
This page was designed by Cassie Waters and Morgan Doak to help rowers better understand how the college recruitment process works.