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Founded
1995
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Providing affordable access to sailing and water sports
Founded in 1994, the mission of Nantucket Community Sailing (NCS) is to engage people of all ages in the joy of sailing, offering access to all Nantucket's youth, and teaching every participant in our programs enduring life and leadership skills, with a deep respect for the marine environment. NCS is an educational non-profit that provides affordable access to sailing and water sports to the public.
Founded
2002
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Row New York: Where we pull together to push ahead.
Through the discipline of rowing and rigorous academic support, Row New York transforms the lives of New Yorkers, regardless of background or ability. Row New York began in 2002 with the simple idea that competitive rowing paired with rigorous academic support for underserved youth could change the trajectory of their teen years and beyond. We have since taught thousands of young people the sport of rowing, and through it the values of tenacity, focus, teamwork, and confidence. Nearly 100% of our graduates go on to higher learning, most on scholarship. And virtually all our student-athletes report an improved lifestyle and newfound pride and purpose.
Founded
1990
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The national governing body of organized water skiing in the United States.
USA Water Ski is the national governing body of organized water skiing in the United States. From the beginning, USA Water Ski has had a dual mission of promoting the growth and development of recreational water skiing, and organizing and governing the sport of competitive water skiing. Headquartered in Polk City, Fla., the staff serves more than 15,000 members across the country. Nearly 80 percent of USA Water Ski's members are involved in tournament competition each year; the remainder are recreational water skiers.