The Catch 19/11
Hello! Welcome to the latest issue of "The Catch", published fortnightly for Nassau's best rowing club.
Jollification a MERRY SUCCESS!
Thank you to all of our volunteers from Nassau Rowing Club for
covering the booth at Jollification and sharing your knowledge and love of our sport! We could not have done it without the support of our members, families, and friends. Over 40 people signed up to receive our newsletter; if you are reading this, welcome! Please share it with friends who may be interested in learning a new sport. Here are some images from this weekend.
CR Walker Students are Ready to ROW!
Coach KariAnne visited CR Walker School to demonstrate the erg and talk to the students about the benefits of rowing. Beginning this week, they will be back on the water, and continuing our partnership with Nassau Rowing Club. Welcome back, rowers!
Jingle Bell Regatta set for 15 December 2018
Save the Date! Nassau Rowing Club will be hosting our 2nd Annual Jingle Bell Regatta on Saturday, 15 December. Races will be 500m dash style, with categories for Masters, Juniors, and Novice. Please mark your calendars, and plan to attend after the Nassau Jingle Bell Jog ends at Arawak Cay. Prizes and Potluck to follow!
Winter Learn-to-Row begins in January for Masters and Juniors
Name: Noah Morris
Why do you row?: "I row because I love exercise. Rowing works for me, and I find it very fun and soothing."
Stroke or Bow: Bow
Ham or Turkey: Ham
Run or Erg: Erg
Movies or Video games: Video games by far!
Kayak or SUP: Kayak
Pumpkin pie or Sweet Potato pie: Sweet Potato pie
Interesting fact about me: "I'm the best of both worlds. I can be funny or I can be serious."