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  • Website Credits » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Record your volunteer hours Boat Equipment Repair Repair Log Pending Repairs CRI Newsletters CRI s weekly e news archive Directions Map Quickest routes ot our facilities Hours When CRI is open and planned Annual Reports PDFs of the CRI Annual Reports for 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Related Sites Community Rowing Inc History Mission Trustees Board of Directors How to Volunteer Coaches Staff Financial Aid Website Credits About CRI Website Credits Website project manager CRI member Susan Vermazen was the project manager of the site redesign coordinating all aspects of this project She brought in Patricia Bradbury to design the site with Tim Harrison to build the site Essdras Suarez to photograph and Early Light Media to shoot video She was formerly the Picture Editor for New York Magazine and Rolling Stone and retired from the Boston Globe as multimedia editor in 2011 She is currently volunteering and rowing at CRI Site Photography video CRI would like to thank Pulitzer prizewinning photographer Essdras Suarez for his work photographing CRI and all of its programs and people He captured the essence of CRI brilliantly in images He has become part of the CRI family by teaching visYoga strength yoga at our facilities More of Essdras work can be seen at essdrasmsuarez com Darren Durlach co owner of Early Light Media produced the videos for the website with the help of the Early Light Media team which included David Larson and Jody Weldon Working with an organization as genuine as CRI with all the amazing things they re doing in the community made this experience such a joy Early Light Media is a full service video production company specializing in brand storytelling Some of our other clients include Annie E Casey Foundation Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Foundation Pandora Jewelry and Cape

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  • Outreach » Community Rowing, Inc.
    at CRI More Information 2016 CRI Newton New Location more information 2016 Sign up for Erg Studio Walk ins Welcome Photo Gallery CRI Calendar What s happening when Volunteer How to volunteer Record your volunteer hours Boat Equipment Repair Repair Log Pending Repairs Related Sites Community Rowing Inc Para Let s Row Boston Military Rowing Launch Project OWL on the Water Outreach All abilities All disabilities All possibilities Community Rowing Inc provides outreach opportunities for over 2 000 individuals who are underserved and or underrepresented in the sport of rowing through our Military Para Rowing formerly Adaptive rowing and Let s Row Boston programs We also work with strong institutional and community partners to expand resources and create specialized programs for distinct groups including Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Children s Hospital Boston USRowing Boston Public Schools Perkins School for the Blind Charles River Center Volunteers provide a tremendous amount of support for all CRI outreach programs Please fill out the Volunteer Form so that we can match your interest and availability with one of our amazing outreach programs PUBLIC NOTICE Wednesday March 31 2016 COMMUNITY ROWING INC APPLYING FOR LEARNING CENTERS GRANT Community Rowing Inc of Brighton MA the largest nonprofit

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/outreach/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Para » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Erg Studio Walk ins Welcome PHOTO DAMIAN STROHMEYER Photo Gallery CRI Calendar What s happening when Volunteer How to volunteer Record your volunteer hours Boat Equipment Repair Repair Log Pending Repairs Related Sites Community Rowing Inc Para Let s Row Boston Military Rowing Launch Project OWL on the Water Outreach Para PHOTO DAMIAN STROHMEYER Community Rowing Inc is an approved USOC Paralympic Sports Club offering recreational and competitive programs for people with physical and cognitive challenges Para Rowing at CRI provides individuals with physical and cognitive challenges an opportunity to be a part of a rowing community that values teamwork self determination and commitment to personal goals Through the sport of rowing people of all abilities become athletes learn to take risks develop confidence and enjoy the benefits of learning together in a community that supports a healthy lifestyle PHOTO DAMIAN STROHMEYER CRI has a dedicated coaching and volunteer staff trained to work with adaptive athletes to provide a high challenge high support environment using specialized equipment designed to meet the needs of adaptive rowers Please check out our Beginning Para Rowing classes General Adaptive and Advanced Para Rowing programs or contact Jenny Sichel Para Rowing Coordinator at jenny communityrowing

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  • Let's Row Boston » Community Rowing, Inc.
    to traditional sports to be reached The MSIRP curriculum is directed and engaging and incorporates games competition and peer support The program culminates in a field trip to the CRI boathouse for a day of indoor racing and on water rowing Girls and Boys Row Boston High School Teams Row Boston brings Boston Public High School teens out of the city and onto the water and creates a safe place for them to find their strengths grow together as a team and ultimately make better life choices The program meets five days per week throughout the school year and provides after school tutoring and academic support rowing and fitness instruction swim lessons and local and regional racing opportunities Row Boston also helps the students build strong and lasting relationships improve their academics focus on college and grow into healthy and confident young adults Girls Row Boston Girls Row Boston G ROW for short builds girls strength confidence and ability to create a positive future for themselves through the team sport of rowing The program was launched in 1998 under the vision of Olympic gold medalist Holly Metcalf to give adolescent girls a voice and an opportunity to develop as athletes and as people G ROW provides an after school year round team including on water rowing and racing weight and erg training boat maintenance swimming leadership development and academic support G ROW BOSTON is based on two fundamental beliefs Adolescent girls need to form healthy relationships and a sense of belonging in order to truly express themselves and be themselves Rowing for girls promotes self confidence determination strength and personal growth in a tangible powerful way The network of young women who are graduates of G ROW is spectacular Highlighted each year at the annual Grace Grit and Glory Dinner

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  • Military Rowing » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Your Annual Fund Dollars at Work Planned Giving Endowed Funds Ways of Giving Donations Q As Events 2016 Learn to Row at CRI More Information 2016 CRI Newton New Location more information 2016 Sign up for Erg Studio Walk ins Welcome Photo Gallery CRI Calendar What s happening when Volunteer How to volunteer Record your volunteer hours Boat Equipment Repair Repair Log Pending Repairs Related Sites Community Rowing Inc Para Let s Row Boston Military Rowing Launch Project OWL on the Water Outreach Military Rowing CRI is proud to honor our military service men and women by offering free programs for veterans and active duty military personnel We provide recreation fitness and community support to active duty and reserve service members veterans and family members through an inclusive rowing experience and invite women and men from every branch and era of military service to become part of our team CRI provides state of the art facilities equipment and experienced coaching staff to provide a variety of rowing programs to our military and veteran men and women Our facilities are fully accessible and we welcome people of all abilities and disabilities Through generous community and foundation support veterans active duty service

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  • Launch Project » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Rowing Launch Project OWL on the Water Outreach Launch Project Program Background In 2013 CRI s dedicated boatman and three students from the Boston Public Schools designed tested and constructed an innovative electric wakeless safety launch with applications in rowing triathlon swimming and other water based activities This project which originated from our need to replace our current fleet of launches grew into an incredible learning experience for three BPS teens In the coming years we intend to take the next steps with this program manufacturing and selling launches and will continue working with BPS to provide relevant work experience and hands on learning opportunities in math and sciences for underserved and at risk youth Program Details The LAUNCH project offers a once in a lifetime employment and enrichment opportunity for 10 BPS youth to be involved in the process of building boats and building a new business Using an apprenticeship model with guidance from CRI s boatman and our Executive Director youth learn how to make a three dimensional model using computer aided design software visit the facility where the new launches are being made learn how to assemble the hull and deck participate in speed testing and learn the physics behind the boats performance and horse power requirements Participants also take part in the marketing and sales of the product coming up with the name logo and branding and learning the accounting procedures associated with starting a new business Once the launches have been assembled youth are grouped into teams and develop their own research projects related to the functioning of the new electric launches The teams can choose from a variety of projects that include comparing the carbon footprint of electric launches with that of gas powered launches determining the viability of adding a solar powered charging

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  • OWL on the Water » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Facilities CRI Team Events Personal Boat Storage FAQ Forms FAQ Forms Support CRI Community Rowing Inc Annual Fund Your Annual Fund Dollars at Work Planned Giving Endowed Funds Ways of Giving Donations Q As Events 2016 Learn to Row at CRI More Information 2016 CRI Newton New Location more information 2016 Sign up for Erg Studio Walk ins Welcome Photo Gallery CRI Calendar What s happening when Volunteer How to volunteer Record your volunteer hours Boat Equipment Repair Repair Log Pending Repairs Related Sites Community Rowing Inc Para Let s Row Boston Military Rowing Launch Project OWL on the Water Outreach OWL on the Water We feel that rowing with its inherent physical and psychological demands can and should play a role in stemming the obesity epidemic Through a unique partnership with the Optimal Weight for Life OW clinic at Children s Hospital Boston we created OWL on the Water a rowing program designed exclusively for youth enrolled in the OWL clinic With specialized coaching and specific health and nutrition benchmarks this program is helping youth take significant steps not only toward weight loss but also toward developing an athletic mindset in terms of behavior accountability and effort Practice is

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/outreach/owl-on-the-water/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Programs » Community Rowing, Inc.
    basics in no time Sweep rowing is done primarily in large 8 person shells known as 8 s and each rower handles one oar at a time Class begins in the 12 person catamaran allowing participants the opportunity to learn rowing terminology and technique in a very stable environment The rowers will become familiar with rowing terminology the fundamentals of technique and learn to row in a fun group environment Upon successful completion of Intro to Rowing students can progress to Novice Sweeps This is perfect for people of all fitness levels and previous athletic experience See more Sculling 1 Sculling One really encompasses the CRI mission of getting every one on the water no matter what Rowers in Sculling One will learn the traffic patterns of the river how to navigate and how to row Rowers will embark onto the Charles in safe stable Alden shells The coaches of Sculling one do a great job creating a safe fun environment for the new CRI sculler See more Back to top ADULT RECREATIONAL ROWING Novice Sweeps Already completed Intro to Rowing Your next step is Novice Sweeps Expect to experience more of the grace and power of rowing as you work on skills and fitness See more Sweeps 1 Do you already have some rowing experience and are eager to improve your technique fitness level and strength Join Sweeps I to build your rowing skills and work in a group environment while enjoying the beauty and excitement of the Charles River See more Sweeps 2 The final level of our recreational program Sweeps 2 is for athletes of all ages who have a solid background in rowing and now want to take their skills to the next level while challenging their fitness and strength If you love the raw power and excitement of 8 s rowing the camaraderie of a team environment and the chance to work on your own technical goals then you ll enjoy Sweeps 2 See more Sculling 1 4 Sculling programs are the best way to take control of your Charles River experience Come and glide through the water in a personal rowing boat Begin with Sculling 1 and get an introduction to the sport in our stable training boats Next take Sculling 2 where you will transition to less stable singles and build on your skills In Sculling 3 you will be rowing in team boats and see parts of the river you have never been Finally enroll in Sculling 4 to refine your technique and take the Captain s Test to become a free range sculler This makes you eligible to participate in CRI s Logbook Sculling program where you will have access to single person club boats to take out on your own See more Logbook Sculling Logbook Sculling is for the rower who has passed the CRI Captains Test and cleared to row CRI club singles Boats and Oars are available on a first come first serve basis There is an additional

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