Board of Directors has determined to assess each member $100 per year for five years, to assist in paying for the revitalization /construction and new docks. Other ways we are raising money to pay for the revitalization/construction and new docks include the Community Bond, more and better LTR and Camp Argo programs and increased fees and services in The Henley Room.
The full $100 are already included in all the membership fees. Members who choose the membership payment plan will have the $100 Assessment added to their second installment. The club is actively seeking corporate sponsorship with a plan to eliminate or reduce the requirement to pay this assessment in years 2 through 5.
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About the Argonaut Rowing Club
Founded in 1872, the Argonaut Rowing Club (ARC) is one of Canada’s oldest and largest clubs. The club has continued to play a significant role in this classic, demanding and rewarding sport.
ARC provides a structured pathway of programs for athletes, coaches, umpires and volunteers based on the Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L)/Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model.
ARC will inspire a lifelong passion for the sport of rowing and will support members to achieve their personal level of excellence.
Located on the Western Beaches of Toronto, it offers novice and experienced rowers excellent rowing conditions along a breakwater-protected course.
The ARC inspires a lifelong passion for the sport of rowing in all members. ARC is open to anyone interested in rowing, whether beginner or elite rower. Our membership includes rowers of all ages and levels of ability. Individual goals range from staying fit to competing in local, national or international regattas. ARC offers programs for persons with disabilities to learn to row and participate as recreational or competitive members. Some of our para-rowers have been members of the Canadian National team.