Abreast in a Boat is holding a free introductory course in dragon boating for breast cancer survivors on Sept. 29 at Granville Island.

Breast cancers survivors all in the same boat

Free introductory paddle with Abreast In A Boat crew members on Sept. 29

  • Sep. 10, 2012 8:00 p.m.

Calling all breast cancer survivors: Want to try dragon boating and meet some amazing women like yourself?

Now is your chance.

Come for a free introductory paddle with Abreast In A Boat crew members on Sept. 29 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. next to the False Creek Community Centre on Granville Island in Vancouver.

It will not be physically strenuous, but it will give you a taste of what dragon boating with fellow breast cancer survivors is all about.

RVSP is required. Email Bunny Rose at bunny@telus.net by Sept. 14 so they can plan for your arrival.

Surrey members have the option of joining the Langley, Richmond or Ladner crews – there are six crews in the Lower Mainland.

For more information, visit http://abreastinaboat.com/

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