HOSPITALITY

WELCOME TO HHSRA

Parents in Action

PARENTS IN ACTION 

 

Hingham High School Crew is an independent sports organization and receives no funding from the Hingham Public School system.  We have built an exciting and successful program, and generated enthusiasm, with people often watching kids row for the first time, generating a feeling of Hingham community pride. 

But with such growth comes a real need for everyone to become involved and help pitch in.  It takes a lot of work to put on a regatta, loading boats, driving trailers, feeding kids, keeping track of races and times, and repeating it at least 4-5 times a season. 

We ask every family to please sign up to volunteer for an event or regatta once per season.

 

Click here to sign up.

In the meantime, you can get in touch with our Volunteer Coordinator at volunteer@hinghamhighcrew.com 
 

REGATTA ESSENTIALS and HOSPITALITY

PLEASE have your rower BRING the following items below based on team and class with goal to feed 10-12 based with goal of healthier, nut free options, if possible, to EVERY REGATTA each week to load onto the trailer/bus to help keep our rowers nourished. THANK YOU!

FRESHMAN

Girls: Fruit--Bag of Apples, clementines/oranges or Bunch of bananas

Boys: Granola bars, Cereal Bars, Fruit snacks (goal: healthier, nut free) 

 

SOPHOMORE

Girls: Boxes of individual cartons of Horizon Milk (enough for 10-12)--Chocolate (or whatever flavor is preferred)

Boys: Desserts (goal: nut free) brownies, cookies, Fruit gummies (Annies or Welches) ...avoiding donuts as desserts to be eaten after the races

 

JUNIOR

Girls: Boxes of instant oatmeal with individual packages 

Boys: 1 dozen bagels (plain or variety) with either plastic carton of butter or cream cheese

 

SENIOR

Girls: Salads: Fruit, Caesar, Pasta. Premade/Packaged are fine as we can prep it at the regatta

Boys: Variety snack bags with individual bags of pretzels or chips/sunchips (goal: nut free)
 

Look for the HHS Crew Hospitality Tent

It’s a great place to hang out, ask questions, grab a coffee/food, and cheer on the rowers. We can always use an extra hand even for a short time (help set up, serve or pack up). And the more volunteers we get, the more it will help lighten the workload and, ultimately, with enough consistent help, we can expand our offerings at future regattas (a win-win for everyone).

Providing 100+ rowers and spectators with food and hydration for the duration of every regatta. 
When each family plays a small part, hospitality is a huge success!