(Hawaiian word meaning to hold steadfast, don't let go, hold tight.)
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Our newest canoe - Lōkahi - The Blessing was Sept. 12 and her first paddle on Sept. 13
HROCC Season Wrap Up Celebration
Monday - October 4th
6:00 - 9:00 PM
Mosier Company (MoCo)
904 2nd Ave, Mosier
Featuring tasty appetizers, fresh salad,
MoCo's famous pizzas, including gluten-free and vegetarian options
and a No-Host bar - beer, wine, cider and cocktails.
Cost $20 per person.
Requested please RSVP on TeamCowboy
HROCC has turned so many corners over the past 2 years that sometimes it may look like we're paddling in a circle. We survived 2020 without paddling and racing. In 2021 we navigated when, where and how to wear masks, ZOOM meetings, vaccinations, smoke, wildfires and excessive heat in order to accomplish, and enjoy a lot of awesomeness. Let's get together to celebrate the 2021 season because we have so much to celebrate !!!