Annapolis Valley Club joins growing number of Rowing Clubs in Nova Scotia
Sport Nova Scotia – Halifax, N.S. – It is with great excitement that Row Nova Scotia welcomes the Annapolis Valley Rowing Club to the rowing scene in Nova Scotia. The newest club to join the already five strong clubs in this province is full of promise having garnered great water, a fleet of boats, and a strong community connection.
“We are so thankful to be able to get this club on the water this year. It has been a lot of hard work and relationship building,” said Scott Carr, President of the Annapolis Valley Rowing Club. “The water on White Rock Pond will be a great attraction for rowers in the Annapolis Valley and we hope to be rowing here for years to come.
The new rowing club, located on White Rock Pond, is close to both Horton High School and Acadia University. This holds a great potential to add to the high school and university rowing programs in Nova Scotia in addition to encouraging masters rowing. Annapolis Valley Rowing Club will be a hub for valley rowers young and old and will contribute significantly to the growth of rowing in this province.
Peter Webster, President of Row Nova Scotia extended his congratulations to the new club saying, “It is a great day for rowing in Nova Scotia when we are able to welcome a new club. Scott has done amazing work in the valley to ensure the success of this club. Row Nova Scotia wishes the Annapolis Valley Rowing club a wonderful season and we look forward to welcoming them to our regattas and events.”
For those looking to join the Annapolis Valley Rowing Club, please contact Scott Carr at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please contact Patrick Thompson using the information below.
Sport Nova Scotia
PSO Administrative Coordinator – Rowing, Karate, and Field Hockey
(902) 425-5450 ext. 357