Welcome to the Central PA Rowing Association 

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CPRA Annual Meeting and Dinner

You are invited to the CPRA Annual Meeting and Dinner!

The Annual Dinner is open to CPRA members, Youth Rowers & their families, Learn-to-Row Participants, and Any Friends of CPRA (even if you aren’t a member).

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This year’s dinner will be held at the Lewisburg Hotel on Sunday, November 11 at 5:00pm. Meals must be ordered in advice and the options are:
Beef Tenderloin 6oz - $39.50
Chicken Marsala - $26.50
Vegetable Lasagna - $24.00

Meals come with with iced tea, bread, salad, mashed potatoes, and seasonal veggies. After dinner, coffee will be offered and CPRA will be providing dessert. A cash bar will be available.

We must give the hotel our final count by October 30, please register and pay online by October 30 to reserve your spot.
If you would like to pay with cash/check please email info@rowpa.org.

Things to look forward to at the dinner:

  • White elephant gift exchange - If you would like to participate, please bring a $15 gift. 

  • $100 Weis and Giant cards will be available for purchase (please bring checks made out to CPRA - remember $5 from every card stays with CPRA!)

  • Election of Board Members



We’re in the middle of an awesome adult Learn-to-Row program. Check out 8 of our Learn-to-Row participants rowing all 8 after going around the island!


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The Central Pennsylvania Rowing Association (CPRA) was formed in 1989 by a loosely-connected group of people who shared an interest in rowing or a curiosity about rowing and a love of the river. Since then, CPRA has evolved, and in 2004, it received federal tax-exempt status as a 501(c)3 charitable and educational organization, whose mission is to educate and provide opportunities for the youth and general public to enjoy the health benefits of rowing recreationally, as well as competitively. The club rows on the beautiful Susquehanna River. We offer a Learn To Row program each summer, and some members of the club have competed successfully at various regattas in and around Pennsylvania.

 

Why Row?

Because rowing is FUN! But rowing offers more than fun: It is a full-body fitness sport—a complete physical and mental conditioning program. And rowing complements other exercises that you may be doing, since it works both lower and upper body muscles. You are never too old to learn to row, a sport that you can enjoy for the rest of your life. If you don’t know how to row, we have great instructors on staff to teach you. Each season we offer Learn-to-Row sessions for adults and for youth.

As you row, you can renew your spirit, "far from the madding crowd," savoring the fresh air, the ever-changing water, and wildlife along the shore of the beautiful Susquehanna River. Rowing is also a great way to meet new people. CPRA members range from their 20s to their 60s, come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and have all sorts of interests and life experiences—but they all love rowing.

Whether you’re looking for great exercise, a way to enjoy the beautiful Susquehanna River scenery, a chance to test your mettle in all-out racing, or some wonderful new friends, CPRA is the place for you. Rowing is in our name and fun is our game! We are the Central Pennsylvania Rowing AssociationC’mon—join the fun!

CPRA offers rowing opportunities for:

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Adult Rowers

Each summer, CPRA offers a 5-week Learn-to-Row (LTR) program for adults (19+) who wish to learn how to row. No experience is necessary. There will be 3 rowing opportunities for LTR participants each week (for a total of 15 sessions). LTR participants who successfully attend at least 5 sessions can continue to row with CPRA for the remainder of the season (at no extra cost!).

Experienced Adult Rowers

CPRA offers rowing opportunities for novice to advanced rowers. There are multiple coached rowing sessions throughout the week. Members are able to use club boats or store private boats in the boat house

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Youth Rowers

CPRA offers a Youth Learn-to-Row (LTR) program to introduce the fundamentals of rowing in a co-ed setting for youth ages 12 through 18 years old. This 2-week LTR program is FREE (subsidized with grant and organizational funding). Youth participants can then continue in the experienced Youth program.

Experienced Youth Rowers

CPRA offers a summer Youth rowing program for those youth who have already experienced rowing. This program will refine your skills and culminate in participation in either a sprint race (summer) and/or a head race (fall) regatta.


Help CPRA continue to grow its programs by donating today!

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Getting Ready for the 2018 Season!

Pictures from the Ramp and Dock Installation. Thank you everyone who helped out!