Petrie Island Canoe Club
2018 Annual General Meeting
Join us at 255 Centrum Blvd., Room 304, today, November 28, from 6-8pm for our 2018 AGM. We will be reviewing our 2018 year and planning for the future of the club. Come out to learn more, or share your ideas with us on how to make our club better. PICC is also looking for member volunteers to join our board of directors for the upcoming year. We are accepting nominations at the AGM. Incumbent board members are asked to make a one-year commitment. Positions available include: Vice Commodore, Treasurer, Paddling Director, and Registrar. Nominees may also choose to serve as “Members-at-Large”.
Marilynn Chenette is seeking election as “Member-at-large”.
The BOD will be accepting nominations at tonight’s meeting.
Come straight from work! We have snacks for you!!
Winter Training 2018-2019
PICC has entered its winter training season. Check out the options below, and choose the schedule that works best for you!
If you play another sport, and are looking for an awesome way to keep fit in your off-season, join us for the best variety of cross-training in town! Kids as young as 12 years may participate in three sessions a week, and athletes 15 years and up may come to as many as nine sessions! We offer an incredible variety of activities, designed to build well-rounded athletes, and to keep them in optimal shape for the racing season!
Athletes from other sports welcome – COME TRAIN with US!!
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Petrie Island Canoe Club – Get Outside, Stay Outside!
Petrie Island Canoe Club is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization, serving the community of Orleans by providing top-quality local recreation to people of all ages and abilities through its paddling programs.
Since 2016, PICC has offered full-year training for canoe-kayak athletes, including 6 months of winter cross-training.
Winter Training runs from November until April/May, for kids 12 and up. We offer up to nine practices per week, including swimming, pool paddling, running, circuits/weights, skiing, team sports, and a variety of agility & balance games and drills. For more information on these and all other programs visit the Programs Section
Summer Programs (spanning July & August), are always very busy. Regatta-Ready programs wrap up with a low-key, novice regatta every two weeks. Youth Racing athletes compete most weekends. For younger kids, the competitive season culminates with the Provincial Championships. Athletes 15 years and older may attend Spring Training Camp in Florida, compete for a berth on Team Canada at the National Team Trials, and race at the National Championships, for their club.
Spring and Fall Training programs (May-June, and Sept-Nov respectively), include running, resistance, and on-water practices. Younger athletes may attend three practices per week, while older athletes may train as many as eight times per week.