Gisleiner Garcia

Row Boston Fundraiser

Gisleiner Garcia's fundraiser for Community Rowing Inc

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I am raising money to a team training trip to Sarasota Florida, and for equipment , uniforms.

I started rowing in fall season. Our team practices after school 3 times a week, and i row year around. I first heard about rowing at school. at first i thought rowing was just canueing but after being part of the team , i have learned that rowing is a really important sport that a lot of athletes do in U.S.A and is not just somenthing that you do. it might be somenthing that you love and support.

The thing i like the most about rowing is when we are working together as a team and working out.

One thing i learned from rowing is never give up, always work hard to improve yourself.

My favorite memory of being on the team is when we tried our best in our first race.

This year our team will be traveling to Sarasota Florida for a week-long training trip. On the trip i will be doing my best part of me to help my team to progress at rowing and to push myself.

I am exited about this trip because i have never worked out twice a day and because i have never been in Florida before, Also i will be really excited to spend a week in a warn place.


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Organization Information

Community Rowing Inc
20 Nonantum Road
Brighton, MA 02135

Phone
(617) 923-7563

Web
http://www.communityrowing.org

Email
marathon.communityrowing@gmail.com

Mission
The mission of Community Rowing is to enrich the greater community through comprehensive rowing opportunities, by introducing avenues for athletic development and personal growth.

EIN 042863756

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