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ABOUT US

CRC rows out of the state-of-the-art Camden County Boathouse on the Cooper River in Pennsauken, NJ.

 

A peaceful, protected, and straight 2000-meter course makes the Cooper River a wonderful learning environment for our novice members and a great setting for both recreational rowers and those interested in racing. It is an ideal racing venue, boasting a world-class, Olympic-distance, 2000-meter narrow and sheltered straightaway.

 

The Camden County Boathouse at Cooper River is located on North Park Drive in Pennsauken. It features six boat bays, public launch facilities, rest rooms, a four­-story official's tower, two meeting rooms and a banquet room for 200 people.

Camden County Boathouse
Cooper Rowing Club Social Events

Social Events

Friends, Food & Fun - Members enjoy various on and off the water socials throughout the year.

 

Row & Joes

Row & Joes are one of the many social activities CRC offers. It begins with a causal row combining members of all experience levels, and ends with coffee, snacks, and conversation. Row & Joes are held several times throughout the season.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Janet Margusity

JANET MARGUSITY

President

Margery Wood

MARGERY WOOD

Vice President / Communication

Ann Markel

ANN MARKEL

Secretary

Gayle Richardson

GAYLE RICHARDSON

Treasurer

Teresa D'Aprile

TERESA D'APRILE

Membership

Joyce Mitchell

JOYCE MITCHELL

Social Events

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CHRISSY ATHERHOLT

Social Media & Website

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SIOBHAN O'BRIEN

Learn to Row

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CHRISTINA HARKNESS

Communications

Cooper Rowing Club Mission, Vision, Values

Mission

Cooper Rowing Club is dedicated to providing all of our members with the best rowing experiences possible and to sustain and grow our membership.

 

Vision

CRC strives to be a rowing club that exhibits the highest levels of sportsmanship, integrity and inclusivity; provides quality equipment to its members; offers opportunities to advance rowing skills; and maintains fiscal responsibility and transparency. 

 

Our Values

Excellence –  provide quality equipment and programs to benefit all members

 

Safety –  prioritize responsible boating practices and respectful communication for all members on the water along with safely handling boats off the water 

 

Inclusive –  value and welcome all members equally to build a strong team/club

 

Respect –  respect the rights of our members and our rowing community through positive coaching, supportive teammates, and enthusiastic members

 

Fun –  promote a sense of joy and excitement in all our programs and activities

 

Volunteerism –  volunteer time and skills as you are able such as: mentoring novice rowers, equipment maintenance, regatta volunteers, etc

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