Youth indoor classes start Jan. 5
BELMONT Belmont Rowing Center, formerly North Charlotte Rowing. will be offering two youth indoor rowing classes starting Jan. 5 at 1500 River Drive, suite 140.
Classes will tentatively run 5-6 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, through Feb. 14.
No rowing experience required. Cost is $265, which includes registration for the Charlotte Erg Sprints indoor rowing race in February. For more information. visit BelmontRowingCenter.org or email Wade.Glaser@Gmail.com.
Youth players wanted
YORK COUNTY The Dragons are holding tryouts this month.
The rugby team, for boys in ninth to 12th grades from York County and south Charlotte, is based at the Rugby Athletic Center on South Tryon Street in Charlotte, north of Fort Mill.
No experience is required. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit rugbyathleticcenter.com.
Clover High School
Clover seeks athletic booster support
CLOVER Clover High School Athletic Director Carroll Hester encourages Blue Eagle supporters to join the school’s Athletic Booster Club.
“The booster club benefits all sports teams at CHS,” Hester said. “With so many fundraisers, the booster club needs more volunteer help, especially the parents of athletes.”
“We hope more prospective members will join us today in supporting our CHS Blue Eagle athletic programs,” said Jeanine Schreiner, president of the CHS Athletic Booster Club. “Ask about one of our committees. It’s a great way to get involved.”
Other club officers are: Manny Rojas, vice president; Jamie McMackin, treasurer; Rich Bottini, secretary; Darlene Oldenburg, memberships; Burnett “Tiny” Jenkins, memberships at-large; and Lesa Jenkins, past president.