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9th Annual Row to the Future Benefit Breakfast

***Online ticket purchase is now closed. Limited seating is available.***
To RSVP, please email

Please join us on Thursday, March 16, 2017 at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center at 7:30 am to celebrate and support youth rowing in our city!

This year’s event program features Arshay Cooper, author of Suga Water, a memoir about the first all-black high school rowing team in the country. Arshay will share his inspiring story about finding brotherhood through rowing in Chicago’s West Side. To read more about Arshay and his work in youth advocacy, visit his website here.

Early bird coffee begins at 7 am. Tickets are $50 each or $600 for a table of 12.

Parking: The Art Institute of Seattle’s paid parking garage is directly across the street from Bell Harbor. You can use the skybridge to cross Alaskan Way and enter the venue. Other paid parking lots and street parking are available in the area. Please be aware that there is construction on Alaskan Way south of the venue, so traffic and parking may be more congested than usual. *Enter the building from the street level or skybridge and follow the signs to the Breakfast.

Check-in: Upon arrival, stop by the registration table to pick up your name tag, seating assignment, and meal restriction card (if applicable). Your table captain or assigned table representative will have more instructions for you during the program.

Can’t make it to the Breakfast? Click here to make a gift in lieu of attendance.

Where is the spiritual value of rowing? … The losing of self entirely to the cooperative effort of the crew as a whole.George Yeoman Pocock


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