The Capital Gazette’s story on the Triple Crown of Charity Sailing, HERE
CRAB Executive Director, Paul Bollinger, attended a panel on Tuesday night to voice concerns about the city dock plans. Mr. Bollinger voiced concerns that the city dock has no accessibility for people with disabilities to get on the water. Read the full article here.
Bill Wagner writes a recap of the 2018 CRAB cup race held on August 20th. Read the article here
The Capital Gazette’s Bill Wagner was the Honoree at the 2018 CRAB Cup on Saturday, August 18th. Click here for the article.
The Capital Gazette wrote a story on the winner of the 2018 Don Backe Memorial CRAB Regatta! Click here to read the article.
The Capital Gazette published pictures from this past weekend’s Recovering Warrior Sailing Regatta. Check them out at this link – Capital Gazette View the photos here!
Making boating more accessible Local organization seeks to develop adaptive boating center in Annapolis By Bill Wagner email@example.com Paul Bollinger makes a compelling case Annapolis needs a boating center that’s accessible for people with disabilities. Bollinger, executive director of Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating, presented his plan for an adaptive boating center during a meeting with The […]
CRAB’s top volunteer of 2017, Art Savage, was interviewed for the Capital Gazette. Read the article here
CRAB’s kid sailing camp was mentioned in the round up of Annapolis Police summer camps. View the article here, http://digitaledition.capitalgazette.com/infinity/article_popover_share.aspx?guid=17990773-d3e5-4538-ace4-24fd9b916ebf
In an article by USA Today about police activity across the nation, CRAB’s very own Kid Camp was highlighted as positive community relations work. “Come sail away with me A few Maryland officers are working hard to show kids that cops are there to protect not marginalize. Fifteen students in a state sailing camp run by Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB) — a group […]