Every day we are grateful to be part of this community.
You make EHT Crew possible!
It takes a lot of money to run a crew team and a significant amount comes from having a variety of fundraising events These events require the efforts of our members, rowers, and coaches. Everyone is needed to do a small part.
We make every attempt to conduct fundraisers that do NOT reach into the pockets of families, friends, and neighborhoods two, three, and four times. When we say "no financial obligation of our members", we really mean it. Most of our fundraisers provide something of value to our supporters: a service, goods or just a fun time. Our most valuable fundraising asset is the time our volunteers put in to make our fundraisers a success.
Sorry, we can't give away all our secrets! Instead, we'll post all the details about our upcoming fundraisers, below.
November 19th, 4-8 p.m., Northfield location. A meal out with the team!
December 8th & 9th, 9 a.m.-4p.m. We'll be at a NEW location! Come say hello to us at the intersection of Zion Rd. and Ocean Heights Ave.!
Thank you for supporting the team with your purchase! Orders will be in before Thanksgiving and rowers will be notified.
Update: Thanks to our coaches and everyone who came out to support the team! It's always great seeing you and we are looking forward to another meal together at Chido Burrito in November.
Update: The first annual EHT Pride Festival was a great success! We had a steady crowd of attendees for the ERG CHALLENGE. Our rowers and coaches deserve an A+ for enthusiasm and engagement! Big thanks to Coach Strauss, Coach Mike and Coach Welsh for being there to talk shop and represent the very best of EHT Crew! Thanks also to the parents and alumn who helped out or just stopped by to say hello! Plus, we finally, FINALLY, sold off the last of our remaining water and Gatorade bottles! We are already looking f0rward to next year's festival!
Update: We had a blast at National Night Out, 2018! Special thanks to Coach Strauss, Coach Bell (EHT Basketball), Fire Chief Winkler, and EMS Chief Higbee for taking a very wet pummeling for the kids, and to Chief Sharpe and the Bargaintown Fire Company for going above and beyond to fill our tank! Of course, thanks to our rowers, parents, and alumni who helped with sales and for stopping by to show support. Lessons Learned: A night to unite, indeed. We have a great time being together and supporting each other, but fruit is not such a hot seller when parked next to the ice cream truck.