Sinking The Alicat (and other anecdotes) 


Jon (Baby Jake) White casts his mind back to his days at Jeppe Rowing
Comments from the Crews – Class of 1979

Hi Guys
Firstly … thanks you for putting this incentive together, I am fully aware on the issues of raising funds for boats and the equipment that go’s with it, if I think back on my Jeppe Rowing days I can’t remember a time where we (mostly our parents) weren’t working on getting funds together.
I was privileged to be in the 1st crew for 3 years and repressed Transvaal and then the Tridents in 1979… I am even more privileged to see that our 1978 1st crew is displayed proudly on the web site.
I, with the other members of this crew are hoping to get together after the plague to see how we as a collective can help, in the mean time, I and perhaps the others will make some contributions on a personal level as the funds allow.
Thank you so much for what you are doing to keep the mighty Jeppe Rowing so strong.
Christopher Smith   #rowbackday: 1984, Henley Final. Kurt Landsberg at Stroke Garth Lemkus at no. 4. Photo courtesy of Garth Lemkus   Keep Pulling Together for GOLD Click the Icons below to sustain the Jeppe Rowing Club flotilla         Website Website Twitter Twitter Facebook Facebook YouTube YouTube Email Us Email Us

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