Friday, August 1, 2014

Rowing program in Derby holds summer finale

At Yale University's Gilder Boathouse

DERBY - Shelton resident Jon Robinson, center, a rowing coach and lifeguard in the Yale University Community Rowing Program, also serves as the organization's resident photographer. 

Here he photographs an award ceremony Friday morning on the last day of a four-week program held of the Housatonic River. Robinson said he had already taken 2,596 photos before Friday's activities. 

In front of Robinson is the official "dog bowl award," given to the individual or individuals who were the most valuable rower or rowers of the week. On Friday it was presented to high school students graduating from the program.  

 Stay tuned for a story in the New Haven Register.

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