New Cork Boat Club Technical Gear
Written by Club Gear Wednesday, 27 January 2016 22:17
Dear Cork Boat Club Parent / Member / Friend,
We are delighted to announce that our new range of technical gear from Powerhouse will be available to order from the club next weekend from 10AM – 12PM next Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st January. It is important that if you need rowing suits or other gear for yourself or your junior member for the remainder of the season that they are ordered this weekend as we will not have another ordering opportunity until next September. Other than these times items can of course be ordered directly from the supplier but at higher cost eg individual items ordered will be 50% extra on the prices below.
The items that will be available, sizing guide and pricing are shown in the attached documents – we will also have a small amount of garments to try for size at the club but the sizing chart is very accurate.
Note that Cork Boat Club will not apply any markup to the prices below – these are the prices direct from the supplier Powerhouse.
Product Price for 6+
Cork Boat Club One Piece Rowing Suit €63.00
Cork Boat Club Leggings €55.00
Cork Boat Club Rowing Gilet €79.00
CBC Splash jacket - full zip (windblock fabric) €95.00
CBC Splash jacket - full zip (thermal fabric) €110.00
Cork Boat Club Retro Tracksuit Top - Unisex sizing €50.00
Styling and Sizing Information:
Cork Boat Club Committee
Written by Captain Sunday, 20 September 2015 17:01
Please be advised that anyone wishing to join Cork Boat Club will need to put their name on a waiting list that is managed by the committee. Priority will be given to those who have taken part in this years Summer camp.
Cork Boat Club supports The AMBER FLAG initiative
Written by Brian Crean Monday, 04 May 2015 11:32
The AMBER FLAG initiative aims to encourage Schools/Colleges/Clubs/Societies/Organisations to promote and actively bring about a culture change in the promotion of positive mental health within the educational system and other organisations. It is to enhance the already good work that is going on where mental health is concerned by offering an award.
There is wonderful work going on in schools and clubs etc on an individual basis. What the Amber Flag will do is acknowledge these efforts and unite all schools/clubs/societies/community groups in the promotion of “Positive Mental Health”. It becomes a daily topic of conversation leading to a cultural shift where mental health becomes “The Norm” leading to the breaking down of “Stigma” that is associated with mental health resulting in individuals seeking help sooner, when mental health issues arise.
Positive Mental Health aims to:
A. Promote mental health and well-being for all.
B. Prevent mental health problems through increasing awareness, social support, reducing risk factors such as racism, bullying and isolation.
C. Improving quality of life for students/people with mental health problems by promoting recovery through awareness and education.
The culture shift in Mental Health can only become the norm when challenges like achieving the Amber Flag become recognised as a central programme of activity in the schools/clubs and associations.
More details are available at the following links:
The AMBER FLAG Committee
Stephen Murphy, Deirdre Griffin & Captain Karen McCarthy
2014-2015 Parent Information Booklet
Written by Captain Wednesday, 24 September 2014 12:59
Please ensure you check out the Parent Information booklet on the website. It gives information on the following topics:
- Who's on the Committee
- Names of the coaching staff
- THE CBC Social diary (it's not all about Rowing...)
- How you can help the club
- How to securely pay your membership online (which is due now!)
- Training schedule, injury prevention and diet
- What to pack for an event - Head or Regatta
- Where to get club gear and
- The Rowing Ireland 2014-2015 Event Calendar
The information pack is available >>> H E R E <<<
New Secure Online Membership Payment System launched
Written by Brian Crean Monday, 15 September 2014 22:29
We have just launched a new secure online payment process for club memberships and private scull storage fees.
We encourage all parents and members to register for 2014/15 membership as soon as possible as memberships are now due. We want to have all membership payments up to date by the end of September so your kind attention is requested to have this expedited as quickly as possible. The club has many imminent projects and undertakings which require funds which are drawn from the annual memberships. Your help in this matter would be appreciated.
We are having a special raffle for Cork Boat Club gear for the first twenty memberships received this week!
Just click on the "Membership Portal" link on the left hand side of the home page. You will be directed to a secure encrypted online payment system.
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