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These disciplinary measures range from simple censure up to and including suspension from QRC activities and if approved by the Board of Directors under By-law # 4 of the QRC Constitution revoking of membership in the QRC.
WARNING: With the changes in the Canadian Coast Guard Regulations in effect Coaches and Safety Boat Drivers should also be aware that local Police Forces are now empowered to issue tickets for the noncompliance of the boating regulations, especially the carriage regulations. Any Coach or Safety Boat Driver charged with contravention of the regulations is personally responsible for any financial penalty incurred.
Membership fees are set yearly at The Quinte Rowing Club Inc. Annual General Meeting. Members are required as part of their membership to provide 20 hours of volunteer time, (30 hours for those extending to full year) to assist with such activities as building cleanliness and maintenance, coaching, organizing and running events, etc.
All members will be registered with RowOntario and Rowing Canada Aviron. All members in good standing will have the right to vote at the Quinte Rowing Clubâ€™s Annual General Meeting.
All rowers shall:
All coaches shall:
All members shall:
The QRC operates from its home base shell house at 35 Keegan Parkway, Belleville, Ont. All rowing operations are conducted from this site unless attending an away regatta. Club shells may operate on the Bay of Quinte provided the following conditions are met:
Whereas the QRC shells will operate only under the authority of the QRC Program Director/Head Coach or if PDHC is not available, QRC Coaches, rowing in weather conditions beyond the shell or crews capability is not anticipated. Nevertheless not withstanding the authority granted to the afore named officials no club shell may launch or operate when the following conditions prevail:
In the event crews encounter the foregoing conditions while on the water they will return to the shell house immediately. If unable to return they are to seek a safe haven until the conditions have alleviated or they are picked up by other club members with a vehicle.
The following rules apply to all Coxswain’s, 1X, 2x, 4X, 4-and coach boats.
NOTE: Shells encountering other boats shall maintain the utmost caution and follow the normal Coast Guard Rules of the Road at the direction of their coaches.
The Program Director/Head Coach is responsible for scheduling of all QRC equipment, coach boats, rowing tank, building facilities, training equipment, coxswains, coaches and coach boat operators and regatta entries.
All members must take responsibility for the cleanliness of the facilities.
All safety boat operators must be: