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Annual PBC Work Day, Saturday, May 20th

Mark your calendars!

Let’s all come out and make quick work of spring cleaning around the house. Sweeping, washing, sorting, fixing, and all sorts of easy tasks for anyone and everyone.

Remember that volunteer work is a requirement of members. But it’s always a good time as well. See many other members that you maybe don’t see regularly.

More details as the date approaches.

See you there!
Chad Jungbluth
President

By |April 20th, 2017|Club News|0 Comments

Key Bridge Repairs

Take note of the barges that sit across the first and second arch in the photo.  We will need to prepare for similar situations….

By the end of this week, DDOT will begin staging equipment for the planned repairs to Key Bridge.  It is a 24-month project that will involve barges in the river/arches during the process.  Throughout the repairs, typically one and sometimes two arches will be obstructed.

A DDOT representative gave an update/overview at a meeting last week of the Potomac River Access Coalition.  DDOT is clearly aware of the navigation hazards involved with the project, and appears to be coordinating closely with Harbor Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard.  It will be incumbent on the rowing community to ensure our unique needs are addressed.  We have POC’s for the project, there will be a public meeting in the next week or two, and apparently there will also be […]

By |October 4th, 2016|Club News|0 Comments

Semi-Annual Meeting: Sunday October 9th, 3:30pm

Please join your fellow members for the semi-annual meeting on Sunday October 9th. We will enjoy cocktails and light refreshments during the social hour beginning at 3:30 pm and the business portion of the meeting will begin at 4:30 pm.

Hope to see everyone there!

By |September 12th, 2016|From the Board|0 Comments
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    Expect Water St. and the river to be a little more crazy than usual

Expect Water St. and the river to be a little more crazy than usual

Key Bridge Boats is offering free paddle boarding this weekend, so expect Water St. and the river to be a little more crazy than usual. Here is information from REI.

REI is providing free paddling at Key Bridge Boathouse

REI is providing free paddling at Key Bridge Boathouse all weekend long as a part of a campaign for the outdoors. The campaign is called United Outside, and it is built around a simple idea: that in a time of divisive politics, when we are outside, we come together. There are certainly Republicans who love to mountain bike and Democrats who love kayaking – but we don’t generally talk or even think about politics when we are outside.  Instead, we come together around a shared love for what we are doing. The United Outside campaign invites everyone for 100 days of outdoor recess.

Free Weekend is 1 of the 100 events at the core […]