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Help make November 13th, Give to the Max Daya success for RCBC.  It is a one-day giving extravaganza--- a state-wide, social media and email campaign for Minnesota non-profits.  Last year over $17 million was raised for Minnesota non-profits!! 

Athlete funded "Pay it Forward" matching grant: For every $100 donated, RCBC athletes will donate 5 hours to 2nd Harvest Heartland. We are committing up to 200 volunteer hours to match $4000 of donations in an effort to fight hunger.  The club gets money for equipment and travel, plus we help to fight hunger.  A great opportunity for our youth to give back to the community.

Even a $10 gift could turn into an additional $2,000.  GiveMN has hourly incentives on November 13th--a random donation is selected every hour and the non-profit recipient is given an extra $2,000.  

There are a lot of great causes to support in Minnesota; we are asking you to support youth paddling as well.  Our program makes canoe and kayak racing affordable for local youth.  It is the only program of its kind in the midwest. We offer full "scholarships" based on ability to pay. We provide nearly all of the equipment necessary for kids to get on the water.  We are 100% volunteer (coaches and directors), every dollar you provide goes directly for the purchase of equipment or to offset travel costs.  And we are successful--we create fun, win races, place youth on podiums and on national teams, teach life-long skills, and so much more than just paddling skills.

Donate and learn more about our great program by pressing here.

Thank you for your continued support,

Coaches,
Joe Manns and Marsh Jones












Fall has fell - we are off the water until it freezes...then we will 
be skiing, not paddling.  Stay tuned for news about next season.

Top 10 Reasons to join RCBC:                      
10. Make great new friends!
9.   Find a sport you fall IN LOVE with!
8.   Master a tippy, fast racing canoe
7.   Master a tippy, fast racing kayak
6.   Eat tons and still get buff
5.   Work on your tan
4.   Travel to cool places
3.   Enjoy the great out-of-doors
2.   Win medals & other great prizes
1.   Meet interesting people of all ages
(Note:  This is a youth club for ages 13-18...
experienced adult paddlers welcome to apply to coach.)
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Long Lake, New Brighton - summer paddling


Canoe/Kayak Paddling/Racing Teens 13-18 yrs

Canoe and kayak with other teens:  top MN adult paddlers teach the latest paddling and racing thniques.  RCBC, open to homeschoolers and "regular-schoolers," practices on Long Lake in New Brighton.  A fabulous summer cross-training for any sport - you get in shape without even realizing it!  May-August. 


Week-long Paddling Camps 10-18 year olds
Learn to paddle on Long Lake in New Brighton, MN.  Two types of paddling:  Canoe or Kayak.  Two levels:  Beginner or Advanced.  
Held in conjunction with New Brighton Parks and Recreation.  See their website for dates, cost and registration.

Long Lake Lap Race
Join us for our annual fundraiser.  Canoe and kayak paddlers of all experience levels welcome; shorter or longer distances.  July 19, 2014


RCBC's New Paddling Interest Group
Adult summer recreational paddling for paddlers of all abilities on Long Lake in New Brighton, MN.  
Saturdays, June-August. 
Meet at 9 a.m. at the Long Lake Boat Launch. 
FREE. 

Have fun, get buff, paddle with a great group
of young people!

To join the MN tradition of canoe racing -- 
1) Read the handbook (all files below)
2) Complete the registration and liability waiver
3) Send in with a check to RCBC, 
    1900 Simpson Street, Falcon Heights, MN  55113
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Questions:

Email Judi Mikolai, Executive Director

jmikolai@hotmail.com

2013 Junior National and World Championships

In August, four RBCBers competed in the USAC/K Sprint Nationals in Oklahoma City, OK, while two RCBCers competed simultaneously at the USCA Nationals in Newaygo, MI.  

RCBC member, Sarah Tokos, was named to the US Junior World Team and competed with athletes from over 70 countries August 1-4 in Welland, Ontario. Sarah made it to the semi-finals in both her events:  200 and 500 meters.  We are very proud of her accomplishments!

Looking for a way to help?


We accept donations of used canoes and kayaks.  If you have a boat collecting dust or killing grass in your backyard, consider donating it to us.  Click here for more information.


We all thank you!!


Long Lake, New Brighton




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