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Frisco Rowing Center hosts second open house

Lisa Watkins of Dillon steps back on to the dock after a rowing lesson from rowing club member Ron Hopson of Silverthorne. The Frisco Rowing Center hosted their second of two open houses Saturday at the Frisco Marina. Club members taught anyone interested the basics in how to row on one of their beginner boats. The club offers members unlimited access to their fleet of boats and hosts a number of functions throughout the year.

Lisa Watkins of Dillon steps back on to the dock after a rowing lesson from rowing club member Ron Hopson of Silverthorne. The Frisco Rowing Center hosted their second of two open houses Saturday at the Frisco Marina. Club members taught anyone interested the basics in how to row on one of their beginner boats. The club offers members unlimited access to their fleet of boats and hosts a number of functions throughout the year.

Frisco Rowing Center hosts second open house

The Frisco Rowing Center hosted its second of two open houses Saturday, June 21. Club members treated guests to a free breakfast and a brief rowing lesson. Those in attendance had a chance to learn more about the club, test the club’s on-land rowing machine and also go for a spin in one of the club’s boats on Lake Dillon.

The Frisco Rowing Center offers individual or four-pack lessons to anyone interested in learning how to row a crew-style rowboat. Anyone who takes a lesson will then have the opportunity to put lesson costs towards a year membership with the club. Club members have access to the center’s fleet of 21 boats.

Members typically row in the mornings, often as early as 6 a.m. Winds often pick up on the lake during the late morning — around 10 or 10:30 a.m. — making rowing later in the morning difficult.

More information is available on the club’s website: www.FriscoRowing.com

— Sebastian Foltz