Sometimes we just need an outlet for our competitive spirit.
One Friday in August, MK3 spent an afternoon rowing on the Charles with Community Rowing Inc, a non-profit that seeks to provide “community rowing for all.” CRI runs corporate outings to support their mission of providing rowing lessons for high school youth and kids with disabilities, making the sport accessible to those who wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to compete.
After learning the basics and getting comfortable on the water, MK3 broke off into teams and raced along the river. (My team won, in case you were wondering). Thanks to our friends at CRI, no one fell in the water, no oars were broken, and we all had a good time.
On Monday though, it was time to “way enough” (that’s rowing lingo for “stop!”) and return to what we do best—storytelling. We’ll leave the rowing to CRI.
By Ann Gennaro, Project Manager/Associate Producer