Race Recap: Schuylkill Navy Regatta

June 17, 2017
Philadelphia, PA - Rockland youth and U23 rowers competed at the Schuylkill Navy Regatta on Saturday where they won gold in three events: the women's novice single, women's intermediate lightweight double and the men's junior four. The conditions were perfect for the 2,000 meter side-by-side sprint races. "This is the first regatta in our summer circuit and the goal is to get out there and gain more racing experience," said head coach Melissa Boyd.

In the men's open single, Rockland youth coach Ryan Dronzek (Iona College '16) finished a minute behind Penn AC's C. Anderson in 8:24.78, taking last in the four boat heat. Ryan won the men's intermediate quad at USRowing Club Nationals last year for the NYAC and is new to racing in the single. 

In the five boat heat for the junior women's single, novice scullers Gabriele Welp (IHA ' 19) and Vanessa Even-Chen (Ramapo '19) each raced for their first time ever over 2,000 meters. Gabriele finished fourth with a time of 8:57.20 and Vanessa came in fifth with a time of 9:05.28. Ariel Deljanin (N. Valley Regional '18) also raced in the single in a separate heat and finished fourth of four with a time of 9:19.33. East End had the fastest qualifying time in the heats with 8:38.13.

In the junior men's single Alex Arcasoy (Northern Valley '17/Northeastern '21) finished last in his heat of four boats with a time of 8:34.47. The race started out well for Alex, but around the 800 meter mark he slowed down considerably because he caught a clump of the evasive milfoil weed on his skeg and was unable to shake it loose for the remainder of the race. He finished 45 seconds behind the winner from Crescent, J. Bucko.

Rockland was represented by two crews in the junior men's double event.  Novices Anthony Rostek (Tappan Zee '20) and Billy Grippi (Tappan Zee '20) finished fourth in their heat of five with a time of 8:35.70 and finishing fifth in the second heat of five were Kevin McCabe (N Valley Demarest '20) and Alex Karanikitas (N. Valley Regional '19) with a time of 9:55.48. Nereid had the fastest qualifying time at 7:34.39.

Vanessa Even-Chen (Ramapo '19) raced in the novice women's single 1,000 meter straight final and won gold by a four second margin over Nereid finishing in 4:25.80.  

Novice coxswain Emilie Mazzola (Briarcliff '19) lead her crew to a gold medal in the junior men's four straight final finishing nearly a minute ahead of single opponent Bergen County with a time of 8:29.81. This was the crew's first ever sweep race. The lineup was Anthony Rostek (Tappan Zee '20),  Billy Grippi (Tappan Zee '20), Kevin McCabe (N Valley Demarest '20) and Alex Karanikitas (N. Valley Regional '19).

Former Rockland rower, Cassidy McGovern (Tappan Zee '16/Cornell '20) stroked the women's intermediate double with bow seat Juliette Frank (Ramapo '17/UCLA '21). They finished a close third, just over a second behind East End with a time of 8:05.86 in a six boat final. Last summer the duo raced together at USRowing's Club Nationals where they placed 8th in the nation in the women's under 19 double.

RRA had two entries in the junior women's double five boat final. Varsity athlete Frankie Fradianni (Nyack '17/UNC '21) and novice Lucinda Carroll (Nyack '18) were runners up to Nereid with a time of 8:59.74 and the novice crew of Kayla Nueva (Clarkstown South '19) and Leyla Arcasoy (IHA '20) finished fifth with a time of 9:44.21. 

Former Rockland rower, Lucille Tasker (Tappan Zee '16/Wisconsin '20) partnered with novice Gabriele Welp (IHA '19) in the women's intermediate lightweight double final where they commanded a 40 second led over Nereid in the dual race, finishing with a time of 8:25.52.

In the men's open double, Ryan Dronzek (Iona College '16) and Alex Arcasoy (Northern Valley '17/Northeastern) finished sixth in their six boat final with a time of 7:24.63. The comparatively young and inexperienced crew was over a minute behind the Penn AC winners. 

Racing concluded for the team in the men's intermediate quad with novice scullers Justin Brownell (Iona College '20), Tim Strowbridge (Iona College '20), Christian DeLeo (NYU '20) and Peter Collins (URI '15). RRA finished behind Bergen County and the Undine winners with a time of 7:35.69 in the three boat final. 

Next up for the team is IDR in Philly on June 30-July 2. 



Race Recap: USRowing Youth National Championships

June 11, 2017
Sarasota, Florida - Rockland youth rowers Ariel Deljanin (N. Valley Regional HS, '18) and Gabriele Welp (IHA '19) placed 20th in the nation in the women's youth pair event at the 2017 USRowing Youth National Championships, a premier invitational regatta for over 1500 athletes representing over 150 teams at Nathan-Benderson Park June 9-11.

On Friday teams raced in speed time trials to determine placement in semis and finals. Of 21 crews racing, the pair completed the time trial 21st with a time of 8:46.07 following ACRA (8:22.27) and Utah (8:22.19). Their final was scheduled for Saturday, but inclement weather postponed it until Sunday. In the three boat D final the pair had a much stronger performance and finished second in 8:32.08 for a 20th place overall finish. They were runner-up to Utah (8:19.13) having closed the gap by 10 seconds, and finished 30 seconds ahead of ACRA (9:02.21).

The overall winner of the women's youth pair was Connecticut Boat Club (7:30.89), a pair with international experience, 2nd place went to Artemis (7:51.24) and 3rd place was Vashon Island (7:55.08).  The RRA rowers went into the regatta with about three weeks of pair training and about one year each of competitive racing experience, mostly in sculling boats. Ariel helped earn the bid for the Youth Nationals entry with pair partner Frankie Fradianni (Nyack/UNC) at the Mid-Atlantic Youth Championships in mid-May where they placed 3rd behind ACRA.  Gabriele was called up as an alternate when Frankie could not attend. 

Next up for the youth team is the Schuylkill Navy Regatta on June 17 in Philadelphia.  






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Highlights from the summer 2016 competitive season:

  • Second place, men's novice 1x - Schuylkill Navy
  • Second place, women's novice 1x - Schuylkill Navy
  • Second place, men's junior 4+ - Schuylkill Navy
  • Second place, men's masters 4x - Schuylkill Navy
  • Second place, men's intermediate 4x - Schuylkill Navy
  • Third place, men's intermediate ltwt 1x - Schuylkill Navy
  • Third place, men's masters 2x - Schuylkill Navy 
  • First place, father/daughter 2x - IDR
  • First place, men's masters 4x - IDR
  • Second place, men's novice 1x - IDR
  • Second place, men's masters 1x - IDR
  • Silver medalists, women's senior/elite 4x - USRowing Club National Championships
  • Bronze medalists, men's intermediate 4x - USRowing Club National Championships
  • Silver medalists, men's club D 4x - USRowing Masters National Championships
  • Bronze medalists, men's open D 4x - USRowing Masters National Championships
  • Gold medalist, boy's novice 1x - Philly Youth 
  • Gold medalist, girl's novice 1x - Philly Youth

Anonymous Donor Gifts $25,000 to Rockland Rowing

May 19, 2017 - An anonymous donor has agreed to support Rockland Rowing's community rowing efforts with a generous donation of $25,000.

Rowing Director Melissa Boyd said, "The gift is from a long-standing donor who understands the importance of philanthropy and the ongoing support needed for the growth and development of the programs we offer. We are extremely grateful to this donor for their generosity. Charitable contributions like this are a testament to the belief donors have in the mission of the RRA."

The donation is planned to fund the purchase of two Hudson doubles. The shells were new last year and used at the World Championships and University Games. The equipment will benefit the youth and adult programs directly. 

Race Recap: Mid-Atlantic Youth Championships

May 13, 2017
West Windsor, NJ - Rockland Rowing youth rowers concluded their spring season Saturday at the regional championships hosted by PNRA. Due to an unusual May Nor'easter the racing format was adjusted from heats to time trials for the opening round. The rapidly deteriorating weather ended the racing before the conclusion of time trials and all finals were cancelled. "The weather was a key factor in our results today," said head coach Melissa Boyd, "however there were some bright spots for our team, specifically our upperclassman earned a bid to Youth Nationals, our younger rowers won a silver medal, and aside from the boys U17 4x which was cancelled everyone walked away with invaluable race experience."

Three seniors raced in the varsity singles event. Julia Nelson (Tappan Zee/Lehigh) and Juliette Frank (Ramapo/UCLA) competed in the girl's varsity single and finished 6th (9:41) and 7th (9:52) of 8 respectively.  Julia will row at Lehigh this fall and recounted, "Mid-Atlantics felt like the strongest and best race this spring; it was a great way to finish the season." Juliette was recruited to UCLA this fall and concluded, "My last race as a high school senior was definitely not ideal. The weather was awful and it was not my best race, but I think it shows that regattas are unpredicable and you have to adapt and make the best of out it! It was a great run at Rockland Rowing as a high school student and I couldn't imagine rowing anywhere else!" Alexander Arcasoy (Northern Highlands/Northeastern) raced in the boy's varsity single and finished 10th of 15 in the time trial with a time of 8:29. Alex explained, "I felt as if I was cooled down before even starting and only felt on my A game after the first 1,000 meters." Alex will race on RRA's U23 team this summer before rowing at Northeastern in the fall, "I'm excited to race over the summer and pull out some better results before college."

The three varsity doubles all had last minute issues which required reworking the lineups. In the girl's varsity lightweight double, Gabriele Welp (IHA 2019) raced with Michaela Davidson (Clarkstown 2019) and they finished 5th of 6 with a time of 8:47; Lucy Jackson (Nyack 2018) raced with Vanessa Even-Chen (Ramapo 2019) in the girl's varsity double and they finished 12th of 14 with a time of 9:44; and in the boy's lightweight double, Dilan Lakhani (Clarkstown 2018) partnered with Ryan Almond (Clarkstown 2020) where they finished 10th, last in their time trial with a time of 8:36. 

In the girl's varsity pair, Frankie Fradianni (Nyack/UNC) and Ariel Deljanin (N Valley Regional 2018) brought up the rear for third place with a time of 9:30. They finished 17" closer to the winning crew from Mountain Lakes from when they faced them last at Mercer Sprints and earned a bid to the USRowing Youth National Championships in Sarasota, Florida. "This duo improved all season long and I'm really proud of them," said Boyd. Frankie is a senior and was recruited to row at UNC. "Mid-Atlantics was a difficult race, we faced obstacles such as wind, rain, and cold. We put up a fight and I am so proud of us for qualifying for nationals. I have been rowing with RRA for almost six years now, so this race was bittersweet. I will miss all the memories and friends I have made, but I am prepared and excited to row in college. It has been a great experience rowing a pair this season," she concluded. 

In the girl's U17 single, Michaela Davidson (Clarkstown 2019) had her second race of the day and narrowly missed a podium finish ending up fourth with a time of 11:33.82 behind Harvey's Lake (11:32.20).

In the girl's novice four with coxswain Emilie Mazzola (Briarcliff 2018) and rowers Lucy Jackson (Nyack 2018), Celia Bernhardt (Nyack 2018), Isabel Wecht (Nyack 2018), and Lucinda Carroll (Nyack 2018), the crew finished 9th out of 16 with a time of 9:58.  This was the girls' first sweep race. "Having Emilie as our coxswain was beneficial . . . not only to give us commands but to provide us with that extra push of motivation for the last 500 meters," said bow seat Lucinda. "The resilience I felt with my boat though the rain and wind showed how committed our team really is."

In the girl's U17 double, Gabriele Welp (IHA 2019) and Vanessa Even-Chen (Ramapo 2019) were runner's up behind Whitemarsh, earning a silver medal with a time of 9:37. This was their highest finish all season. "I want to congratulate them for getting a medal. Their perseverance paid off and in their first season of rowing together they have already made a big impact on the team," said Boyd. In the same event first-season novices Leyla Arcasoy (IHA 2020) and Shoshana Ronen (IHA 2020), finished 11th out of 11 with a time of 13:33.  

In the boy's U17 double, Matthew Davidson (Clarkstown 2019) and Alex Karanikitas (N. Valley Regional 2019) finished 11th of 11 with a time of 10:01, but were much closer to the field at this regatta versus Cooper Cup. "It [the cold and wet conditions] taught us to toughen up and push through,"said Alex. 

The boy's U17 4x time trial was cancelled for stroke seat Ryan Almond (Clarkstown 2020), who won gold in this event last year, and novice rowers Anthony Rostek (Tappan Zee 2020), Kevin McCabe (N Valley Demarest 2020), and Billy Grippi (Tappan Zee 2020).  The crew made it as far as the starting line before being told all racing was canceled and to turn back. "The rain, wind, and cold temperature was awful and seeing people shivering everywhere made my 2nd regatta seem like a war zone," said Anthony.  "However . . . in an outdoor water sport like rowing you have to be prepared for all types of weather."

“I am very proud of the positive attitude across the entire team. Today's racing demonstrated a lot of grit and with more time I'm sure we will see more strides,” said Boyd. "I want to thank all the parents for cheering for our athletes in the rain to day and for providing support for this program day in and day out this season," Boyd added. "We couldn't do it without you."  

Next up is the USRowing Youth National Championships at Nathan-Benderson Park in Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida June 9-11 for the girl's varsity pair. 

Full results

Race Recap: RRA Masters Open the Season at Rockland Lake

May 6, 2017
Nyack, NY - RRA masters opened their season by hosting a scrimmage at Rockland Lake on Saturday. A large contingent of rowers from the Ever Green, Greenwich, Highlands, PCRA, PRRA, and Swan Creek teams came out to compete.

A brisk wind roughened the water considerably, but event organizer Ivan Rudolph-Shabinksy encouraged rowers to row across the chop to the leeward side of the lake, "The wind at the dock was about as bad as we ever get at Rockland Lake, but those who braved it were rewarded with flat conditions and great racing along the east shore."

The rowers managed to get in several 1,000 meter races in team boats over the course of the morning, racing two or three times each. No times were taken. "An early season scrimmage like this was a great way to shake the cobwebs out after our winter training and remember what going fast (or trying to) on the water feels like," said Ivan.  

Swan Creek rower Alan Albanir appreciated the "friendly competition and conversation afterwards" and said, "Even with the wind, you have a really special place to row." 

Next up for the masters is the PCRA Orchard Beach Masters Regatta on Sunday, June 4. 

Race Recap: Cooper Cup Regatta

April 30, 2017
Camden, NJ - The Rockland Rowing youth team competed in its second race of the spring schedule on Sunday when it competed at the Cooper Cup Regatta hosted by the South Jersey Rowing Club. Senior Alex Arcasoy (Northern Highlands/Northeastern) won a bronze medal in the varsity boys singles event.  "It was a tough day in terms of rowing small boats in the chop but we overcame it. The varsity crews were able to identify things from the last race that we wanted to improve on for this one, and all of our novices learned about competing since this was only their first or second race ever," head coach Melissa Boyd stated. 

The varsity girls double posted fourth in their heat with a time of 9:10.05. The boat was made up of Frankie Fradianni (Nyack/UNC) and Ariel Deljanin (N Valley Regional 2018).  "All the technique work we did at practice last week definitely paid off," said Ariel. "The girls were able to close the gap on teams they raced at Mercer by rowing better and improve their overall standings. This was a step in the right direction for them," said Boyd. 

In the varsity girls single, Juliette Frank (Ramapo/UCLA) advanced to the final where she finished sixth with a time of 11:22.64. "It was great to see Juliette row more aggressively and find a better racing rhythm in the single which is still relatively new to her," said Boyd. Julia Nelson (Tappan Zee/Lehigh) also raced in the same event and finished fourth in the heat with a time of 10:48.30. 

In the varsity boys single, Alexander Arcasoy (Northern Highlands/Northeastern) edged out Haddon Twp by one second to advance to the final where he won bronze with a time of 9:30.38. "It went as well as I could have hoped. I'm very happy with my results," stated Alex. At Mercer Sprints Alex narrowly missed advancing to the final. "Alex went into this race with the mentality that he could be more gutsy and dig deeper than last time. He treated this race with championship caliber effort," said Boyd.  

The varsity girls lightweight double of novice rowers Gabriele Welp (IHA 2019) and Vanessa Even-Chens (Ramapo 2019) advanced to the final despite catching a boat stopping crab in the heat and went on to show their tenacity by finishing fourth overall despite a missed cue to start. "We felt strong in our races and even though we faced some setbacks, we weren’t willing to accept defeat," said Gabriele. Stroke seat Vanessa said, "Cooper was a great learning experience, that you can always row faster than you think you can, and that the race isn't over until you cross the finish line, regardless of any setbacks you face in the middle."

The varsity boys lightweight double of Dilan Lakhani (Clarkstown 2018) and Alex Bondorowksy (Northern Highlands 2019) finished fifth in their heat with a time of 9:24.65. "The boys had a disappointing result and allowed the conditions to affect their rowing. Hopefully this experience is going to make them hungrier to keep their composure next time around," said Boyd. 

The boys novice quad finished third in their flight with a time of 9:28.27.  The lineup included two rowers new to the water this season and comprised Aidan Bohan (Briarcliff/RIT), Anthony Rostek (Tappan Zee 2020), Kevin McCabe (N Valley Demarest 2020), and Billy Grippi (Tappan Zee 2020). Billy recapped his experience at the regatta, "I enjoyed this . . .  It was great to see so many people that were interested in rowing. Even though it was competitive everyone was friendly and helpful towards one another. It was also a good time as to we were able to hang out and bond more as a team. We did much better than I expected and I hope to improve even more than I have so far this season." 

The girls novice 4x finished fifth in their flight with a time of 10:16.05. Three of the four rowers began rowing on the water last month. The lineup was Leyla Arcasoy (IHA 2020), Isabel Wecht (Nyack 2018), Emilie Mazzola (Briarcliff 2018), and Lucinda Carroll (Nyack 2018).  Lucinda described the experience as "extremely fun" and she "felt an incredible sense of camaraderie."

Kate Bushell (Pascack Hills 2018) and Celia Bernhardt (Nyack 2018) raced in the girls novice 2x and finished fourth in their flight with a time of 13:26.45. Celia described what it was like to row with Kate, "Working together made the two of us more powerful - we pushed each other to be stronger and were able to support each other throughout the process."

The girls JV 2x of Lucy Jackson (Nyack 2018) and Michaela Davidson (Clarkstown 2019) finished fourth in their flight with time of 10:41.40. "I enjoyed yesterday's race and I definitely think that Lucy and I work well together," said Michaela. "I know we can pull harder next time in order to catch up to the other boats."  This was their first time racing a double together.

The boys JV 2x finished fifth in their flight with a time of 11.57.19. Alex Karanikitas (N Valley Regional 2019) shared his experience racing with partner Matthew Davidson (Clarkstown 2019), "The race itself was an exhilarating one. Matt and I communicated almost perfectly when racing. It showed how good of a team people could be together."

"Thanks to South Jersey Rowing Club for hosting," said Boyd. "Today's racing was a good tune up for what to expect when we get to our regional championships. If we can keep the focus and continue taking little steps forward I think we will race well at the regional championships."

Rockland's third and final race of the spring season is the Mid-Atlantic Youth Championships on May 13-14.

Full results



Race Recap: Mercer Sprints/ISA Sculling Championships

April 23, 2017
West Windsor, NJ - The Rockland youth rowing team opened the 2017 sprint season on Sunday at the Mercer Sprints/ISA Sculling Championships where the boys varsity lightweight double won bronze. The 2,000 meter course conditions were flat for the singles races, but the wind touched down and created a slight crosshead for the remaining races.  

The morning started with the varsity girls suffering an early defeat. Julia Nelson (Tappan Zee /Lehigh) and Juliette Frank (Ramapo/UCLA) raced in the varsity singles and the duo of Frankie Fradianni (Nyack/UNC) and Ariel Deljanin (N Valley Regional 2018) raced in the varsity pair and first varsity double, all finished last in their heats. "The girls fell short this morning and didn't do what they are capable of doing,” said Boyd. “I have a lot of confidence in these girls and know from experience that they have much better races in them. Over the next few weeks we will work towards making some changes to help them execute fully on race day."

Alexander Arcasoy (Northern Highlands/Northeastern) raced in the boy's varsity single against strong opponents. "I was able to throw in a few extra power tens," said Arcasoy who had an aggressive race, but dropped a close gap of less than two seconds to advance to the finals. "I'm personally hoping to improve much more before qualifiers and I think that this race was an eye opener to how far we all have come but also how far we still have to go to be the best we can. Hopefully more success will come of future races."

Novice rowers Vanessa Even-Chen (Ramapo 2019) and Gabriele Welp (IHA 2019) made their 2k racing debut in the varsity lightweight double and raced back to back in the second varsity double.  "Mercer was a great first race for Vanessa and me," said Welp who felt they held their own. "We really kept our place and added to the competition." They placed fourth in each event.  "I thought they did great," Boyd said. "They are relatively young and were up against more experienced competition. They took a big step forward as a far as their confidence goes and showing us at what level they can race. We can look forward to them developing and they will be a fun duo to watch."

Boyd was happy with what she saw from the varsity boys lightweight double of Dilan Lakhani (Clarkstown 2018) and Alex Bondorowsky (Northern Highlands 2019) who won bronze. "They put together a solid race and demonstrated the work and improvements we made in practice. They rowed a time that was about what I thought they were capable of rowing for this point in the season. We're still a little off pace for the Mid-Atlantic Championships, but we're getting there."

"A huge thanks to PNRA/Mercer for hosting and great competition," Boyd said. "The regatta provided an early season measure for how we compare to the teams we will race later on.  We are looking forward to the next three weeks and taking a few more steps forward before the Mid-Atlantic Championships." 

Rockland is back on the water at the Cooper Cup on April 30.

Full results

Crestron helps Rockland Rowing Gross over $36,000

March 18, 2017
Nyack, NY - Over 100 people attended the Rockland Rowing Association's 11th annual Pull with Purpose Row-a-thon this past weekend to support fundraising efforts for a new grant program and much needed rowing equipment.  The event which took place in the Adler community room of the Palisades Center, grossed over $36,000 making it Rockland Rowing's most successful fundraiser event ever.  

Of the total raised, corporate sponsor Crestron Electronics generously donated $15,000 through a matching gift.  It will be allocated to a new grant program designed to encourage scholarship, athleticism, and involvement in rowing. “Crestron gave us a challenge that they would match any gifts made to RRA dollar for dollar up to $15,000. Everyone loves a challenge, and I commend our supporters for going above and beyond the campaign goal. We feel so fortunate to have Crestron as a steadfast partner who bestowed RRA with a matching gift for two consecutive years," said RRA rowing director Melissa Boyd.

Dan Feldstein, the COO of Crestron Electronics said, “Crestron is thrilled to continue our support of the Rockland Rowing Association.  We are very proud of the hard work and dedication of all of the participants in the Pull With Purpose row-a-thon for exceeding their fundraising goals and it is with great pleasure that we make our matching donation."

The remaining balance of $21,000 is slated for new equipment for the growing team such as boats and oars.  A new two-person shell can cost as much as $15,000 and a pair of sculling oars as much as $1,000. 

The Pull with Purpose event was established in 2006 as a charity row to sponsor community partners like the American Lung Association and the local Nyack Center.  Beginning in 2016, RRA focused fundraising efforts inwards to meet the needs of the growing rowing organization.  RRA continues to help local organizations in other ways by lending equipment and manpower.  This September RRA will provide outrigger canoes to the Nyack Center for their own fundraiser on the Hudson River.  The next RRA fundraiser will the the annual Thanksgiving pie sale in October.   


Matching donations make your gift to Rockland Rowing TWICE AS NICE!

March 8, 2017
Nyack, NY - Rockland Rowing, a charitable rowing organization serving Rockland, Bergen, and Westchester Counties, has an opportunity through the generosity of Crestron Electronics to earn up to $30,000 for much needed rowing equipment to support a growing youth rowing team and to provide need-based grants to those who may be unable to cover the cost of programs. 

For the second year in a row, Crestron Electonrics will match any gifts that the public makes to Rockland Rowing dollar for dollar up to $15,000 total as part of Rockland's 11th annual Pull-with-Purpose Row-a-thon thus making these charitable, tax-deductible donations TWICE AS NICE.  Ivan Rudolph-Shabinksy, RRA board president said "We're thrilled with Crestron's support. They are making a huge difference to our ability to meet our mission of improving lives through rowing. Our hope is that when you see the good work RRA is doing, it will provide inspiration for everyone to make a gift because they know their dollars will go twice as far."  

Gifts may be made by mail at Rockland Rowing, P.O. Box 7, Nyack, NY 10960 (or online) and they will automatically be matched.  

Pull with Purpose Row-A-Thon
The 11th annual Pull-with-Purpose Row-a-thon will take place on Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 8:30-11:30am in the Adler community room of the Palisades Center Mall and is open to the public. More information about the fundraiser can be found here. 

To learn more about the Crestron Match, please feel free to contact Melissa Boyd by email at melissa@rocklandrowing.org.