Ladies on the Lower G Fundraiser for AW 2010 - Mind Body Paddle

Ladies on the Lower G Fundraiser for AW 2010

Ladies on the Lower G Fundraiser for AW 2010

Gauley season is around the corner  and we hope you’re planning to join in the fun of the most popular paddling festival in the US!  Once again Girls at Play and North American River Runners are pleased to team up and host the Ladies on the Lower G fundraiser for American Whitewater!

It only costs $40 and that includes lunch and shuttle. All proceeds go to AW so that they can continue to work for the river access and conservation that we whitewater paddlers have the privilege of enjoying.  Meeting time is 8:30 a.m. at NARR on Friday the 17th of September.   Our team of female trip leaders and safety boaters will include accomplished paddler and women’s Green Race record holder, Adriene Levknecht, Girls at Play ambassador, Mary Frances Hansford and more!   Join us for an awesome day of girl power on one of the most beautiful and exciting rivers in the world — and give back to the community.   Call North American River Runners to book your spot and make a difference. 800.950.2585

See you on the River!

The Girls at Play Staff

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