Community Rowing Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 452
20 Nonantum Road Brighton MA 02135 USA
Provide everyone in the community with access to rowing.
Youth competitive summer - youth competitive summer rowing at community rowing, inc (cri). Sets an unparalleled standard for youth development programming. Our award winning coaching staff are focused on developing the whole person, and the young people who participate in the program develop awareness, maturity and an interest in supporting their community as they learn to train and compete on the charles river.
youth varsity rowing spring & fall - the competitive varsity team is a yearlong youth development program that leverages the sport of rowing to create mature, community oriented young people who have the confidence to challenge themselves. Partcipating five or six times a week, the youth in the program are guided by award winning coaches who are committed to developing the whole person.
outreach programs (military, para & let's row boston) - 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.
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CRI provides exceptional free programming for people of all ages and abilities, and is a game changer for the Northeast. Rowing is an incredibly effective and inexpensive tool that brings people from all walks of life together, builds physical fitness and improves lives for the better in real and measurable ways.
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