Need rowing and coxing volunteers for LTR – Last classes of the year

Help Ralf by rowing with L2 class

One person needed 10/3/2016

Two people needed 10/5/2016

Email me if you are able to help Ralf.

 

Coxing opportunities

Coxing L2 10/6/2016

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050e44aca92fa64-201621

Coxing L2 10/8/2016

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050e44aca92fa64-201620

Coxing L1 10/5/2016

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050e44aca92fa64-201619

 

Thanks Terry

t.new@comcast.net

Portland Fall Classic Volunteering, October events

Portland Fall Classic Volunteers:

Time to grab some of the fun jobs at the Portland Fall Classic.  Sign up at the link here.  This regatta is a significant stop on the NW race circuit, and we need your help to make it happen.   We expect all participants to volunteer for a shift.   The 8+’s and 4x’s race at 8:45am, done by 10am.

Fundraising

•Look for information next week about our “every 3 years” equipment fundraising drive.   The drive begins October 1, and we’ve targeted some sweet boats, oars and gear for purchase.    Peter is looking for a few fundraising captains to help keep track of pledges.  Let him know if you can help.

Other calendar items:

•September 30–deadline to sign up to row at the Portland Fall Classic.

•October 8–Race ’round Ross Island, 7am.  (Club scrimmage)  Potluck brunch at 9am.  No signup needed.

•October 16–American Lake Fall Classic.  Scull lineups done.   Women’s sweep lineups to be announced soon.

Sept 17 Parking Note

On Saturday Sept 17th there will be a run that is starting and ending in the Portland Boathouse parking lot.  Please park on the street and give yourself a bit more time to get to the boathouse in the morning.

Take care and see you all in the am.

Head of the Lake deadline change, sculling schedule

We are moving the deadline to sign up for the November 6  Head of the Lake Regatta in Seattle.  The new deadline is Monday September 19.  The regatta is capping entries, so we need to get ours in ASAP.  Sign up now.

Sunday sculling is cancelled this weekend, as most of the boats, scullers and coaches will be at the Head of the Dog regatta in Multnomah Channel near the Sauvie Island bridge.  It’s a costume regatta–and Brad is planning to bring his camera.  Watch Facebook.

Today is the deadline to sign up for the American Lake Fall Classic in Tacoma, October 16. Sign up here.

Labor Day Schedule, September update

Station L Labor Day weekend schedule

Saturday and Sunday–regular 7am rowing sessions

Monday, September 5, special 7am Open Row for all members

Upcoming dates and events

September 10  Fall Work party, 9am-noon, at the boathouse

September 15–deadline to sign up for some fall head races (American Lake, San Diego)  Sign up here

September 18 Head of the Dog Regatta, Multnomah Channel

September 30–Deadline to sign up for the remaining fall head races

October 8–Race ‘Round Ross Island.  A club scrimmage for everyone, including all 2016 class participants.  Row time, 7am, Potluck brunch time, 9am.  No sign up needed.

Station L wins Efficiency Points Trophy at Nationals

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Station L sent four rowers to the USRowing Masters National Championships August 18-21 in Worcester, MA and they came up big, winning three events and 2 more medals.  The 4 members also won the Efficiency Points Trophy for the regatta. Members Dorothy Atwood, Arthur Glasfeld, Lori Jensen and George Wespi made finals in nearly every event and won two national championships!  Congratulations!

  • George/Arthur, 1st, E 2-
  • Dorothy/Lori/Arthur/George, 1st, mixed E 4+
  • Dorothy/Carol (dorothy’s sister and honorary STL member), 1st, Lwt F 2x
  • Dorothy/George, 2nd in Mixed F 2x
  • Lori/Dorothy, 3rd in E+ 2-MastersNationals2
  • Dorothy/Lori, 4th Lwt. E 2x
  • George/Arthur, 5th in E 2x

Olympic 8+’s race viewing party Saturday

The finals of the men’s and women’s 8+’s at the Rio Olympics are Saturday morning.  Women’s 8+ at 7:06am, Men’s 8+ at 7:26am.

We will stream the races live in the Station L boathouse. (someone please bring their Comcast login. . . .)

Our regular Saturday morning rowing session will meet at 7am for organization. We will take oars down and set lineups between the two races.   The open row will launch at 7:35am, after the final race.

The workout will either be shortened or end late, depending on the wishes of each boat.

See you tomorrow!

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