Rowing group to host second annual dinner and fundraiser
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.
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.