September 22, 2018
Lake Lanier Olympic Park Plaza
3105 Clarks Bridge Road, Gainesville
$30 per person, in advance at Ticket Sales; $35 at the door
Interested in a table for 10? $350, in advance
For our wine enthusiasts, sample selections from local wineries.
$25 (in advance) for 10-1oz samples, including a souvenir glass; $30 at the gate
Souvenir glass only, $5
Not sure yet? $12.50 for 5-1oz samples, at the gate
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2018 FALL REGISTRATION IS OPEN for our High School and Middle School Juniors programs. Never rowed? That's OK! We will teach you everything you need to know to be successful on the water and have some fun while doing it. The High School Juniors Season starts in August so get ready to sign up. More information about youth programs can be found under the Juniors tab. Send inquiries to email@example.com.
The Lake Lanier Rowing Club is a world-class training, competition and membership organization located on Lake Lanier. Home to the 1996 Olympic Games, our club boasts one of the most prestigious rowing venues in the country. With activities for everyone from novice to experts, LLRC is the home for the rowing enthusiast.
Lauren “Grace” Trujillo will be joining the University of Central Florida (UCF) rowing program this Fall 2018 season committing as a freshman to the Class of 2022. Grace joined the Lake Lanier Rowing Club (LLRC) in Gainesville, GA the Winter 2016 season. Before pursuing the sport of rowing, Grace had been awarded varsity letters in softball, basketball and track at Lanier High School in Buford, GA. She will graduate from Lanier HS on Thursday, May 24th.
Head Coach Tracey Mayo comments, “Grace showed a great aptitude for rowing right off the bat. She was not afraid of the time commitment and hard work that is required for success in the sport.” Grace will be the second athlete in LLRC’s Juniors program history to commit to a Division I rowing program. Coach Mayo adds, “Grace sets the stage in opening doors for future female athletes. Her success demonstrates that opportunities do exist no matter how small your team is”.
Even though Grace, has only been rowing for a year and a half, she is off to a great 2018 Spring season with teammate Anna Luttrell in the Junior Women’s Double. At the current moment, she and Anna are undefeated in the Women’s Double as they lead into the USRowing Southeast Regional Championship competition in Sarasota, FL on May 12th & 13th in hopes to qualify for the USRowing Youth Championship in June.