Erik Dombrowski writes-
Dory Guys & Gals:
Thanks to all who could make it down Saturday to help move the new race dories! Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Don’t forget that this Friday, May 13th at 6 PM we will be holding the dory dedication in preparation for their launch on Saturday morning. Please make every effort to attend (flyer attached) and let us know if you can volunteer some time on Saturday morning to help drop them in right at the Heritage Center and row them over to the town landing (if you’re not rowing in the Essex River Race that is).
See you Friday!
A Gloucester Tradition Since 1952
The Gloucester International Dory Racing Committee cordially invites you to attend the dedication of 4 new racing dories generously funded privately by the community to continue the tradition of dory rowing and racing dating back to the schooner/dory fishing of the early 1900’s that helped define the fishing heritage of our unique city.
Friday, May 13th, 2011
6:00 PM New Dory Dedication
Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center
Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA
Meet boat-builder Geno Mondello and the infamous Jimmy T
Converse with rowers and donors
We currently have a high bid of $550.00 for the practice dory in the water down St Peter’s Square. The bidding for the practice dory will run until the Friday night of Eliminations drawing and will be closed bidding.
Do I hear $600.00??? the New Dory Dedication at the Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center on Harbor Loop. Hope to see you all there!
Contact Dory Representatives Here-
Glenn Harrington – Vice President, email@example.com
Eric Dombrowski – Treasurer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Geoff Thomas – Board of Governors, GThomas@dcrsystems.net
James Tarantino – Board of Governors, email@example.com
Gina Lampassi – Board of Governors, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Duvall – Board of Governors, email@example.com