Georgia Tech Crew gets $10,000 from Riverview
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Walter Brown, senior vice president of development at Jamestown, presents a check to Rob Canavan, head coach of Georgia Tech Crew. Special to the MDJ
Walter Brown, senior vice president of development at Jamestown, presents a check to Rob Canavan, head coach of Georgia Tech Crew. Special to the MDJ
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The Jamestown Charitable Foundation has helped raised funds for the Georgia Tech Crew Program to support its new second rowing home on the Chattahoochee River at Jamestown Properties’ 82 acre Riverview Landing development in the Smyrna/South Cobb County area.

Riverview Landing, an outdoor recreation destination, donated $10,000 to Georgia Tech Crew on Feb. 7. The rowing club’s practices mark the development’s first official river activation. The donation supports the Rowing Club Alumni Association’s new campaign to raise money for the new boats and a boat house facility at Riverview Landing.

Riverview Landing is an emerging mixed-use community that is situated along the Chattahoochee River in Cobb County.

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