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With the help of the office of the Lieutenant Governor of the State of Illinois and After School Matters, the Executive Director of CTC, Montana Butsch, has developed interest and support from the rowing community in Chicago, nationally and abroad as well as well as interested community and business support locally. Resource requirements are being defined and a plan of action for development and ongoing management of the CTC is underway. A program of Chicago youth rowing will be the CTC pilot program as we continue to enroll benefactors and organize school participation.


Building Upon A Proven Model

There are a number of success stories with this focus in the US and abroad. Centers in Boston, New York, Oakland and Wilmington are working collaboratively with the CTC to plan for the future of rowing for disadvantaged youth in Chicago. The message has been clear; success requires the commitment of support from the local community and its interested rowing alumni. The Executive Director, a founding member of US Rowing’s Task Force on Access, Affordability and Diversity, aims to bring the proven benefits of rowing to disadvantaged youth.

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