The Catch 12/11/2019
Hello! Welcome to the latest issue of "The Catch", published fortnightly
for Nassau's best rowing club.
TRIVIA! This Thursday night.
Nassau RC is a non-profit organization, and every bit of support helps us keep the fleet afloat. Please join us at the Poop Deck (west) this Thursday for a fun night of trivia. $10/head, prizes for 1st - 3rd place.
ERGATHON @ Jollification - Support our Juniors
Please come down to Jollification and visit us at our booth! NRC Juniors will be holding their annual ERGATHON, where they pledge to row a certain amount of meters.
If you would like to donate to a Junior member, please let me know. Athletes will erg a minimum of 5,000m.
Prizes for the most meters rowed and most money raised! Go NRC!!!
CR Walker High School
CR Walker High School is now rowing twice a week, Monday and Wednesday. We have between 9 - 12 rowers regularly attending practice.
Willecia Scott has advanced to join the NRC Junior team, but she volunteers to coach her newer classmates as well.
We had so much interest from the club fair, we need a second van! With increased transportation, more rowers will be able to get on the water. Please support our programs, and consider becoming a sponsor!
Lyford Cay International School
The Lyford Boys Novice squad meets once a week at Lake Cunningham to hone their skills and work on building endurance and strength.
This young team will be open to new members in January for the spring season. Any LCIS students are welcome to choose this elective; no experience necessary! We meet on Friday afternoon.
Save the Date: 1 February 2020
The FIRST scrimmage between LCIS and Windsor School followed by a cookout. All are welcome!
Youth and Adult Learn to Row
It's wayyyy easier than this! Our next sessions will begin in January.
Youth (ages 11 - 17) begin 11 January from 12 - 2
Adult (18+) begin 11 January 10:30 - noon, or 7 January 9:30 - 11 AM.
The class meets weekly, for 10 weeks, cost is $300.
For more information, please message Coach Kulig at email@example.com or 823-7425.
Name: Michelle Stanhope
Born: Toronto, Canada
Raised/Educated: St Andrews School, Nassau
What drew you to rowing?: "I needed to know more about the sport if I was going to be on the board. Both horses were lame and I needed more exercise".
Single or Double: Double
Sweep or Scull: Scull
Sweet or Savory: Depends on my mood
Swimming or Sailing: Swimming
Red or White: Rosé
"An interesting fact about me is that I like outdoor sports."
Thank you, Michelle, for all of the work you do on the board for NRC!