Masters National Cancer Survivors Boat

WeCanRow Members Race at the Row for a Cure Regatta

Masters National Cancer Survivors Boat

 On Sunday, June 2nd, six of the WeCanRow-Boston members raced in the annual Row for a Cure regatta in Poughkeepsie, New York.

The event features 1,500-meter sprint races in 28 cities across the United States and Germany. All funds are donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure to assist patients and families in local communities. The WeCanRow-Boston boat came in 2nd place in their race, beating four other masters and high school women boats! Congrats ladies!

Rowers, as seen from left to right: Martha M, Ann M, Kearney, Vickery, Christin, Jeanette, and coach/coxswain Sally O’Conner.

Making Strokes Against Breast Cancers

Making Strokes Against Breast Cancer

In September 2011, WeCanRow-Boston initiated the first-ever, Making Strokes Row to accompany the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Walk. We received a lot of “love” from the crowds as we rowed alongside thousands of walkers in our specially decorated barge. Watch for more innovations in our Making Strokes Row 2012! “

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