Haverstraw Bricktown Sprints 2011

Dated: April 8 2011

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Good afternoon everybody! How are you today? This Saturday, April 8th the thrill and excitement of professional crew races will take to the Hudson River in the Village of Haverstraw from 9 am to 2 pm. Four teams from the Hudson Valley region will butt heads in a 1500 meter sprint from Bowline Point to the Haverstraw-Ossining Ferry parking lot next to the Harbors at Haverstraw. Show your support for events like these, its going to be a nice day to sit out and watch some races while looking at the widest part of the Hudson River and also in an area like the Village of Haverstraw, deeply enriched with American Revolutionary History this is going to be a great event. To find out more details about getting into rowing and crew (same thing) call the North Rockland Rowing Club at 845.942.1030
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Mary Lovera

For 21 years, I’ve happily worked in the Real Estate industry. Prior to this, I was a schoolteacher. And before that, I grew up in a family business, lived internationally, and worked with people of....

1 comments in this topic

  • Posted by Jared Rodriguez
    04/11/2011
    Thanks guys for posting this! We had a great turnout! Really, thanks a ton!

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