Row­ing group to host sec­ond an­nual din­ner and fundraiser

Sunday Star - - LIFE -

EAS­TON — East­ern Shore Com­mu­nity Row­ers will host its sec­ond an­nual din­ner and fundraiser from 5 to 9 p.m. Satur­day, Oct. 13.

Anyone can at­tend the event at the Hager House, an ar­chi­tec­tural show­case on the Tred Avon River. The ticket price is $35 per per­son, and in­cludes food pre­pared by Eat Sprout, sig­na­ture drinks sup­plied by Lyons Dis­till­ing and Agave Arts and Juices, Roy and Judy Crow’s award-win­ning es­tate wines from Kennedyville and fare from Til­gh­man Is­land Coun­try Store.

The Sob Sis­ters will pro­vide live mu­sic, and an ar­chi­tec­tural tour of Hager House will be con­ducted by ar­chi­tect Mitch Hager. Tick­ets can be pur­chased di­rectly at www.es­crow­ers.

org/2018-an­nual-fundrais er.

East­ern Shore Com­mu­nity Row­ers is a 501(c)

(3) non­profit or­ga­ni­za­tion which brings a masters’ row­ing pro­gram to the East­ern Shore. Lo­cated at Ever­green Eas­ton Point and em­brac­ing a mission of “row­ing for all,” the group in­tends to con­tinue to make strides in the com­mu­nity by giv­ing its time, knowl­edge, and en­cour­age­ment as rw­ers, to ben­e­fit the area in ev­ery way. Its row­ing pro­gram builds health­ier minds and bod­ies, and the group hopes in time to en­cour­age re­gat­tas on our own shores, thereby stim­u­lat­ing tourism and sup­port­ing the East­ern Shore eco­nom­i­cally. To learn more ben­e­fits of row­ing or to sup­port this grow­ing club, visit ES­CRow­ers.org.

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