Community Rowing, Inc. Boathouse for All Free Radical Creative · December 20, 2008 Community Rowing (CRI) is a non-profit, volunteer-driven club funded by program fees and contributions. The CRI season runs April - October yearly, and is divided into terms. During those terms, participants are enrolled in a structured program 2-5 days per week for 1 to 3 hours at a time, depending upon the program. CRI offers programs for adults and youth (12-18 years old), at the beginner, recreational, and competitive levels. Registration in CRI programs is open to anyone whose skills match the program. Spaces are all filled on a first-come first-served basis. We offer open sculling for rowers who qualify. CRI also offers adaptive rowing and is home to G-ROW (Girls Row) Boston.
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