Mission: The organization has established and maintains a rowing club serving the local community. The club operates in both the spring and fall rowing seasons, and averages over 40 members per season, a mix of youth and masters rowers. Winter land training is also offered. Training is conducted 5 to 6 days per week, and teams row in an average of 4 regattas per season, in new england. Funds are raised primarily through membership dues, supplemented by fundraising and donations. Funds raised are spent primarily on equipment, equipment maintenance parts and supplies, coaching, insurance, racing fees and other operating costs outlined in schedule o.
Programs: The organization has established and maintains a rowing club serving the local community. In the 2016 spring season, the club had 45 members, and participated in 6 regattas. In the 2016 fall season, the club had 39 members, and participated in 6 regattas. Total racing fees for the year are shown.
the club regularly has invested in equipment to support rowing activities. The cost shown reflects charges for equipment maintenance, repairs, supplies, non-asset equipment, equipment storage including off-season boat storage, boat and trailer registrations and depreciation. Additionally in 2017, over 25k was invested in new equipment including a new 4-man quad (boat), oars and indoor rowing machines.
the club provides coaching for its members, to ensure new rowers are properly trained and experienced rowers continue to improve. Both water and land coaching is provided. On average, youth train 5-6 days per week, while masters train 3 days per week. The expenses shown are for coaching (a total of 4 coaches)
the club is obligated to ensuring the safety of its rowers, its equipment and the club, and ensures appropriate insurance fees are paid to protect its assets.