tommygunn

Green River Rodeo

tommygunn wrote 1012 days ago:


The Green River Rodeo is a free-form kayaking competition built around nontraditional freestyle. Essentially a group jam session. Competitors will meet at Green River Access Fund Parking lot at 9:30am August 1st. Please have all shuttle set. At 10 am we will announce four sections/rapids of the river the competition will be held on. As a unit the competitors/judges/film crew will move to each specified section of river and each athlete will get two scored runs (1 being lowest, 10 being highest) on that part of the river. The highest scoring run will count. There will be a 30 minute break while judges/camera crew get set up at the next spot and the format will repeat. After the event an awards party will be held where a winner will be crowned.

Check out all the details on the event website:

http://greenrivergames.com/?page_id=952



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james

Green River Rodeo

james wrote 1012 days ago:


The Green River Rodeo is a free-form kayaking competition built around nontraditional freestyle. Essentially a group jam session. Competitors will meet at Green River Access Fund Parking lot at 9:30am August 1st. Please have all shuttle set. At 10 am we will announce four sections/rapids of the river the competition will be held on. As a unit the competitors/judges/film crew will move to each specified section of river and each athlete will get two scored runs (1 being lowest, 10 being highest) on that part of the river. The highest scoring run will count. There will be a 30 minute break while judges/camera crew get set up at the next spot and the format will repeat. After the event an awards party will be held where a winner will be crowned.

Check out all the details on the event website:

http://greenrivergames.com/?page_id=952



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bozemankayaker

Powell River Kayak & Canoe Regatta

bozemankayaker wrote 1131 days ago:


The Claiborne County Tourism Commission is hosting a 12 mile kayak and canoe race on the Powell River in Tazewell, Tennessee on May 2, 2015. The Powell River is a Class 1 free-flowing river. The event course is through a very rural area of the Cumberland Mountains

There will be 10 race categories. Entry fees are affordable: $25 for single kayak entries and $45 for double kayaks and double canoe events. There will be prize money of $150 for 1st place finishers and $50 for second place finishers in each event. All net proceeds will be donated to The Pat Summitt Foundation (for Alzheimers research and support).

To Register for the event: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=36074

Riverside camping is available before and after the event at Well Being Conference Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting harmony with Nature, wellness of body and peace of mind. www.WellBeingCC.org. The starting line for the race will be at Well Being Conference Center.

Event Organizer Contact:

Don Oakley

376 Well Being Circle
Tazewell, TN 37879
www.WellBeingCC.org
T: 423-626-9000
C: 503-267-8000



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tommygunn

Powell River Kayak & Canoe Regatta

tommygunn wrote 1131 days ago:


The Claiborne County Tourism Commission is hosting a 12 mile kayak and canoe race on the Powell River in Tazewell, Tennessee on May 2, 2015. The Powell River is a Class 1 free-flowing river. The event course is through a very rural area of the Cumberland Mountains

There will be 10 race categories. Entry fees are affordable: $25 for single kayak entries and $45 for double kayaks and double canoe events. There will be prize money of $150 for 1st place finishers and $50 for second place finishers in each event. All net proceeds will be donated to The Pat Summitt Foundation (for Alzheimers research and support).

To Register for the event: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=36074

Riverside camping is available before and after the event at Well Being Conference Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting harmony with Nature, wellness of body and peace of mind. www.WellBeingCC.org. The starting line for the race will be at Well Being Conference Center.

Event Organizer Contact:

Don Oakley

376 Well Being Circle
Tazewell, TN 37879
www.WellBeingCC.org
T: 423-626-9000
C: 503-267-8000



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james

Powell River Kayak & Canoe Regatta

james wrote 1131 days ago:


The Claiborne County Tourism Commission is hosting a 12 mile kayak and canoe race on the Powell River in Tazewell, Tennessee on May 2, 2015. The Powell River is a Class 1 free-flowing river. The event course is through a very rural area of the Cumberland Mountains

There will be 10 race categories. Entry fees are affordable: $25 for single kayak entries and $45 for double kayaks and double canoe events. There will be prize money of $150 for 1st place finishers and $50 for second place finishers in each event. All net proceeds will be donated to The Pat Summitt Foundation (for Alzheimers research and support).

To Register for the event: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=36074

Riverside camping is available before and after the event at Well Being Conference Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting harmony with Nature, wellness of body and peace of mind. www.WellBeingCC.org. The starting line for the race will be at Well Being Conference Center.

Event Organizer Contact:

Don Oakley

376 Well Being Circle
Tazewell, TN 37879
www.WellBeingCC.org
T: 423-626-9000
C: 503-267-8000



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saskia

Powell River Kayak & Canoe Regatta

saskia wrote 1131 days ago:


The Claiborne County Tourism Commission is hosting a 12 mile kayak and canoe race on the Powell River in Tazewell, Tennessee on May 2, 2015. The Powell River is a Class 1 free-flowing river. The event course is through a very rural area of the Cumberland Mountains

There will be 10 race categories. Entry fees are affordable: $25 for single kayak entries and $45 for double kayaks and double canoe events. There will be prize money of $150 for 1st place finishers and $50 for second place finishers in each event. All net proceeds will be donated to The Pat Summitt Foundation (for Alzheimers research and support).

To Register for the event: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=36074

Riverside camping is available before and after the event at Well Being Conference Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting harmony with Nature, wellness of body and peace of mind. www.WellBeingCC.org. The starting line for the race will be at Well Being Conference Center.

Event Organizer Contact:

Don Oakley

376 Well Being Circle
Tazewell, TN 37879
www.WellBeingCC.org
T: 423-626-9000
C: 503-267-8000



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james

Powell River Kayak & Canoe Regatta

james wrote 1131 days ago:


The Claiborne County Tourism Commission is hosting a 12 mile kayak and canoe race on the Powell River in Tazewell, Tennessee on May 2, 2015. The Powell River is a Class 1 free-flowing river. The event course is through a very rural area of the Cumberland Mountains

There will be 10 race categories. Entry fees are affordable: $25 for single kayak entries and $45 for double kayaks and double canoe events. There will be prize money of $150 for 1st place finishers and $50 for second place finishers in each event. All net proceeds will be donated to The Pat Summitt Foundation (for Alzheimers research and support).

To Register for the event: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=36074

Riverside camping is available before and after the event at Well Being Conference Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting harmony with Nature, wellness of body and peace of mind. www.WellBeingCC.org. The starting line for the race will be at Well Being Conference Center.

Event Organizer Contact:

Don Oakley

376 Well Being Circle
Tazewell, TN 37879
www.WellBeingCC.org
T: 423-626-9000
C: 503-267-8000



Categorized as:Regional Events  •  after-the-event  •  alzheimers  •  being-circle  •  being-conference  •  event-course  •  event-organizer  •  kayak-entries  •  nature  •  place-finishers  •  powell  •  powell-river  •  tazewell  •  tourismRegional Events  •  after-the-event  •  alzheimers  •  being-circle  •  being-conference  •  event-course  •  event-organizer  •  kayak-entries  •  nature  •  place-finishers  •  powell  •  powell-river  •  tazewell  •  tourismRegional Events  •  after-the-event  •  alzheimers  •  being-circle  •  being-conference  •  event-course  •  event-organizer  •  kayak-entries  •  nature  •  place-finishers  •  powell  •  powell-river  •  tazewell  •  tourismRegional Events  •  after-the-event  •  alzheimers  •  being-circle  •  being-conference  •  event-course  •  event-organizer  •  kayak-entries  •  nature  •  place-finishers  •  powell  •  powell-river  •  tazewell  •  tourism

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13th Annual APE’s Nolichucky River Cleanup = Success!

natefry wrote 1399 days ago:


We had 45 volunteers register on Saturday morning (6/21/2014) on the porch of the Crockett Cabin at  U.S.A. Raft Outpost!  Over 50 bags of trash were collected from in and around the banks of the river.  Several tires, wheels, and large debris were also cleaned up out of the river.

APE’s received some great news coverage before and after the event this year.  Check out the links below for each story and video:

http://www.johnsoncitypress.com/article/118236/nolichucky-river-cleanup-set-saturday

http://www.wcyb.com/news/volunteers-collect-trash-at-annual-nolichucky-river-cleanup/26604290

After the cleanup all the participates enjoyed the BBQ dinner with all the fixings and the prize drawing loaded with some great items from our sponsors!

Prizes were supplied by the following generous sponsors:

Landmark Learning

Mahoney’s Outfitters

Mountain Sports Ltd.

NRS

Uncle Johhny’s Nolichucky Hostel

Jackson Kayak

ENO

Kavu

Camelbak

Khul

Shred Ready

Wilderness Systems Kayaks

Bellyak

Happytrails

Innova Disc Golf

Chaco

Thank you to our Supporting Sponsors: USA Raft, Texas Roadhouse of Johnson City, Cherokee Adventures, TVA, USDA, Washington Co. Tire Recycling Cent., Food Lion, Eastman and Wal-Mart

Thanks to everyone for all your hard work & dedication to make this cleanup a wonderful success! It’s a collaborated effort to keep our river clean and pristine for us & future generations to enjoy. And we’ll just keep on doing it as long as it’s needed!  A special thank you goes out to our own, Debbie Briscoe, for her continued effort in organizing this event each year!!



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james

13th Annual APE’s Nolichucky River Cleanup = Success!

james wrote 1399 days ago:


We had 45 volunteers register on Saturday morning (6/21/2014) on the porch of the Crockett Cabin at  U.S.A. Raft Outpost!  Over 50 bags of trash were collected from in and around the banks of the river.  Several tires, wheels, and large debris were also cleaned up out of the river.

APE’s received some great news coverage before and after the event this year.  Check out the links below for each story and video:

http://www.johnsoncitypress.com/article/118236/nolichucky-river-cleanup-set-saturday

http://www.wcyb.com/news/volunteers-collect-trash-at-annual-nolichucky-river-cleanup/26604290

After the cleanup all the participates enjoyed the BBQ dinner with all the fixings and the prize drawing loaded with some great items from our sponsors!

Prizes were supplied by the following generous sponsors:

Landmark Learning

Mahoney’s Outfitters

Mountain Sports Ltd.

NRS

Uncle Johhny’s Nolichucky Hostel

Jackson Kayak

ENO

Kavu

Camelbak

Khul

Shred Ready

Wilderness Systems Kayaks

Bellyak

Happytrails

Innova Disc Golf

Chaco

Thank you to our Supporting Sponsors: USA Raft, Texas Roadhouse of Johnson City, Cherokee Adventures, TVA, USDA, Washington Co. Tire Recycling Cent., Food Lion, Eastman and Wal-Mart

Thanks to everyone for all your hard work & dedication to make this cleanup a wonderful success! It’s a collaborated effort to keep our river clean and pristine for us & future generations to enjoy. And we’ll just keep on doing it as long as it’s needed!  A special thank you goes out to our own, Debbie Briscoe, for her continued effort in organizing this event each year!!



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13th Annual APE’s Nolichucky River Cleanup = Success!

saskia wrote 1399 days ago:


We had 45 volunteers register on Saturday morning (6/21/2014) on the porch of the Crockett Cabin at  U.S.A. Raft Outpost!  Over 50 bags of trash were collected from in and around the banks of the river.  Several tires, wheels, and large debris were also cleaned up out of the river.

APE’s received some great news coverage before and after the event this year.  Check out the links below for each story and video:

http://www.johnsoncitypress.com/article/118236/nolichucky-river-cleanup-set-saturday

http://www.wcyb.com/news/volunteers-collect-trash-at-annual-nolichucky-river-cleanup/26604290

After the cleanup all the participates enjoyed the BBQ dinner with all the fixings and the prize drawing loaded with some great items from our sponsors!

Prizes were supplied by the following generous sponsors:

Landmark Learning

Mahoney’s Outfitters

Mountain Sports Ltd.

NRS

Uncle Johhny’s Nolichucky Hostel

Jackson Kayak

ENO

Kavu

Camelbak

Khul

Shred Ready

Wilderness Systems Kayaks

Bellyak

Happytrails

Innova Disc Golf

Chaco

Thank you to our Supporting Sponsors: USA Raft, Texas Roadhouse of Johnson City, Cherokee Adventures, TVA, USDA, Washington Co. Tire Recycling Cent., Food Lion, Eastman and Wal-Mart

Thanks to everyone for all your hard work & dedication to make this cleanup a wonderful success! It’s a collaborated effort to keep our river clean and pristine for us & future generations to enjoy. And we’ll just keep on doing it as long as it’s needed!  A special thank you goes out to our own, Debbie Briscoe, for her continued effort in organizing this event each year!!



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