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She finally took the plunge at a learn-to-row day, an event presented annually by the Quinsigamond Rowing Association.
You can grab an oar and try it for yourself when, in connection with National Learn to Row Day June 2, the Lake Quinsigamond Rowing Association will give free lessons from 7 a.
Patrick Guida, president of the Quinsigamond Rowing Association, began rowing as a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1979.
Patrick Diggins, of the Quinsigamond Rowing Association and head coach of the women's rowing team at the College of the Holy Cross, expressed several benefits to hosting the event.
From left are Patrick Diggins, of the Quinsigamond Rowing Association and head coach of the women's rowing team at the College of the Holy Cross; Richard B.
And she quoted the Quinsigamond Rowing Association as saying the 4-mile-long body of water between Worcester and Shrewsbury "is currently considered the fourth best natural body of water for rowing in the world.