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Jul
19
Wed
7:00 pm Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Jul 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Rowing Advisory Council (RAC) is the advisory body of Green Lake Crew. This is where decisions are made regarding the budget, equipment purchases, and fundraising. The RAC meets at the boathouse on the third Wednesday of each month, with a few exceptions. Meetings are open to all. Come see if the RAC is of interest to you.
Aug
16
Wed
7:00 pm Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Aug 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Rowing Advisory Council (RAC) is the advisory body of Green Lake Crew. This is where decisions are made regarding the budget, equipment purchases, and fundraising. The RAC meets at the boathouse on the third Wednesday of each month, with a few exceptions. Meetings are open to all. Come see if the RAC is of interest to you.

Green Lake Small Craft Center
5900 W Green Lake Way N
Seattle, WA 98103
Tel. 206-684-4074
jason.frisk@seattle.gov

USRowing Northwest Junior Regional Championships

When:
May 18, 2017 – May 21, 2017 all-day
2017-05-18T00:00:00+00:00
2017-05-22T00:00:00+00:00
Where:
Vancouver Lake
Vancouver Lake
Washington
USA
Cost:
$430

Registration Barcode: 147192 (click to register online)

The 2016 Northwest Junior Regional Championships will be held on Vancouver Lake in Vancouver, Washington on Friday, May 20, Saturday, May 21, and Sunday, May 22, but because of earlier racing on Friday morning, we will actually be leaving for the regatta on Thursday afternoon May 19.  There will be a six-lane, 2,000-meter buoyed race course.  Racing is tentatively scheduled from approximately 8:00am to about 4:30pm on Friday, 7:00am to 4:30pm on Saturday, and from 7:00am to 12:00pm on Sunday.  The final schedule will be known closer to the regatta date.

ITINERARY:

Thursday, May 19, 2016

BUSES:  Meet at the GREEN LAKE boathouse at 4:00 pm for a 4:15 pm departure. We will go straight to the hotel where we will be staying all weekend. The Shilo Inn, Hazel Dell, 360-573-0511

Friday, May 20, 2016

Coaches and coxswains meeting in the morning.  Heats all day.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Racing all day at Vancouver Lake.  Buses will make trips out to the lake in the morning, buses will make return trips back to the Hotel in the evening.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Racing until mid-day at Vancouver Lake.  Take all of your belongings with you when you leave the hotel in the morning.  The group will depart about 2 to 2:30pm (or when racing is finished and the trailer is loaded) and should arrive in Seattle to unload boats about 6:30pm.

 

FOOD:

Our Green Lake food tent will provide meals this weekend with menus similar to those at Brentwood.  Friday an extended lunch will be served and on Saturday both breakfast and an extended lunch will be served, then breakfast & lunch on Sunday.  There are many fast food type restaurants and a grocery store within walking distance of the Shilo Inn.

  

COST:

The cost for the trip is $430.00.  Payment covers transportation, housing, equipment transport, entry fees, and snacks, lunches, and some dinners.

 Payment is due on or before Tuesday May 17, 2016.  PARENTS PLEASE NOTE:  The regatta budget is attached.  We have tried to keep the regatta expenses down as much as possible.  Please contact Jason Frisk for further questions and details, 206-684-4074.

 

ALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION:

If your athlete is not travelling with the team (i.e. riding with parents to or from the regatta) we need written permission from a parent/guardian in advance. This can be an email to jason.frisk@seattle.gov or a written note delivered to the office.  All athletes must travel with the team unless we receive this advance, written permission.

 

HOUSING:

We are staying at the Shilo Inn-Hazel Dell outside of Vancouver, WA. (360-573-0511) 13206 Highway 99, Vancouver, WA  98686.  Jason will be staying in room 120. We have a few extra hotel rooms if any parents are in need of housing for the trip.

 

WHAT TO BRING:

Don’t forget your team racing uniform, water bottle, rain gear, sun hat, and sun screen. All personal belongings must be clearly labeled with your name, as we cannot be responsible for lost items.

 

CHAPERONES:

Volunteers are needed to accompany the group and to help at the race course!  Chaperons travel and stay with the team.  Responsibilities include planning and preparing lunches, assisting in the official GLC tents and assisting with supervision at the hotel.  Space on the busses is limited this year, so if you cannot drive call as soon as possible to reserve your space. Please contact Jason in the office at GLSCC (206-684-4074) if you have any questions.  Jason Frisk will be in charge of the Green Lake group, and will be able to be reached at the hotel phone number, or at his cell phone, 206-612-6341 or email at Jason.Frisk@Seattle.gov

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