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June 22 , 8:30 am 1:30 pm


We are so excited to partner again with Project HOePpnEr for the 6th Annual HOPE for TomorROW! This annual rowathon is an all-inclusive rowing and community event committed to raising awareness about teen suicide and an opportunity for us to come together in memory, hope, and support.

NO prior rowing experience is needed to join this event! All are welcome to join and row in this fun 2-mile course. The Museum provides 4-oar and 6-oar rowing gigs and life jackets, as well as an experienced coxswain leading each boat. You can register as an individual, register a team, or even register as a “virtual” rower and cheer the fun on from the shore! There will also be an optional race element for anyone looking for a little friendly competition.

Project HOePpnEr is a 501(c)3 charity created by Joe and Sue Hoeppner after they lost their 17 year old son Paul to suicide in 2018. The organization’s mission is to increase awareness, conversation, and prevention around teen suicide. Working with local schools and organizations, they provide resources and opportunity for important discussion. HOPE for TomorROW is a way to come  together in remembrance and hope. Funds raised at this event go directly towards providing opportunities for teens to connect honestly and authentically with their loved ones and each other.

Use the button here to visit the HOPE for TomorROW event page for full details and event registration!

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

4472 Basin Harbor Rd
Vergennes, VT 05491 United States
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