Annual MEMBERSHIP dues. For rowers who are only interested in private lessons. This is a per person fee.
Welcome to Pelham Community Rowing Association. We are a not-for-profit community program established in 2003 and row out of our boathouse at Glen Island on Glen Island in New Rochelle. PCRA offers many different programs for athletes ages 12-82! We have programs for beginners and seasoned rowers.
Our Masters (Adult) Head Coach, Jane Detwiler (email@example.com)
Our Head Girls Coach is Kendell Donoho (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Our Head Boys Coach is Trish Patterson (email@example.com)
Our Program Administrator is MaryAnn Provenzano (firstname.lastname@example.org)
PCRA offers a family discount for 2 or more members of the same family. Restrictions apply. To find out if you qualify for the family discount, please email MaryAnn at (email@example.com ).
PCRA strives to make rowing available to everyone who is interested. If you are in need of a scholarship, please contact MaryAnn at (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will send you an application.
GENERAL INFORMATION FOR TRAINING at GLEN ISLAND WITH PCRA:
Park Traffic rules - 10 mph speed limit and proper traffic flow must be followed. Please set the example for the rest of the park patrons. Now that the season has begun, officers have been stationed in the park to enforce the speed limit on the Island as they have every year. NEVER go out of the entrance to the right of the guard booth to the parking lot, and stop at all stop signs.
Bathrooms – please don’t hop the fence to get to the bathroom more quickly. Treat the beautifully manicured lawn and shrubs as if it was your yard – use the walkways so that mud isn’t tracked into the bathrooms. Do not use the bathrooms to change. We have changing rooms at the boathouse and will be making them more useful in the next few weeks. Ask a coach to unlock the door if you need to change.
Picnic tables and playground should not be used as an exercise apparatus. We shouldn’t be getting dirt and mud on any of the surfaces as people eat at those tables.
Please remember that we, like the other patrons who use the park, are guests. Because of our sheer numbers and high visibility at the park, PCRA has an increased responsibility to set a good example.