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Smoky Mountain Rowing Center’s “Learn to Row” day

Assistant coach Sarah Arms keeps watch over a crew of novices.

Photo by Brandon Shinn

Assistant coach Sarah Arms keeps watch over a crew of novices.

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  • A shell full of newcomers hits Ft. Loudon Lake during the Smoky Mountain Rowing Center’s “Learn to Row” day recently. In only its fourth year, the club drew a record 75 participants to the event.
  • Smoky Mountain Rowing Center head coach Adam Stoermer, far left, instructs newcomers on lakeside ergo meters.
  • Steve Cudd, Jim Vesper, Graham Gilley and Susie Frost, right to left, work the oars at the Smoky Mountain Rowing Center’s “Learn to Row” Day on Ft. Loudon Lake.
  • Assistant coach Chelsea Pemberton gives instruction to a nearby shell.
  • Assistant coach Sarah Arms keeps watch over a crew of novices.
  • The shoreline of Ft. Loudon Lake forms a postcard backdrop during the Smoky Mountain Rowing Center’s “Learn to Row” day.
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  • Detour Coffee proprietor Valerie Spence gets into the stroke during the Smoky Mountain Rowing Center’s “Learn to Row Day” recently on Louisville Lake. The rowing event marked Spence’s return to athletic activity after knee surgery over the winter.
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