NORWALK, Conn. -- Connecticut Boat Club will hold an open house for prospective rowers on Saturday, Sept. 26, at its newly-renovated boathouse in Norwalk.
The open houses runs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The boathouse is at 23 Platt St. in Norwalk.
Girls interested in rowing will meet the coaches and team members. They can also tour the club's facilities, which includes state of the art equipment, showers and a changing area.
Connecticut Boat Club is a high performance girls youth (middle school and high school) rowing club and Women’s Masters program based on the Norwalk River.
Founded in the spring of 2010 by U.S. National Junior/CBC head coach Liz Trond, the team includes girls from throughout southwestern Connecticut and Westchester County in New York.
CBC has proven to be a dominant force in scholastic rowing, most notably bringing home medals at Junior Worlds where Kaitlyn Kynast took the gold in the 4- and Julia Cornacchia took a bronze in the 8+.
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