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This site is currently dedicated to the upcoming Melbourne High School Rowing Club Captain of Boats event to be held on the 14th of September at the William Angliss Institute starting at 6:30 pm.

CAPTAIN OF BOATS DINNER

Current rowers, parents,siblings, staff, MHSOB & friends of rowing are invited to attend one of the main events of the Melbourne High School’s rowing calendar, the Captain of Boats Dinner. John Poliniak, the current Captain of Boats will be hosting the evening along with Andrew Kingham and will be  announcing the new Captain of Boats for the up and coming 2018/2019 season.

WHEN and WHERE

Friday 14th September, 6.30pm – 10:00pm

William Angliss Institute

555 LaTrobeStreet, Melbourne

ORDER AND PAY FOR TICKETS ONLINE

You can order and pay for your tickets online here.

  • Current Rowers – $40
  • Siblings, Friends and Students up to Year 12 – $40
  • Parents, Old Boy Rowers, Friends not in high school – $50

The evening will involve canapés, a two course meal and tea/coffee. A full bar will also be provided for the purchase of drinks.

As the evening is one of rowings main fundraisers there will be a number of items auctioned as well as a hamper to be raffled on the night.

We are currently planning for the event and as it is a fund raising opportunity we have set up an online shop which initially will offer canvas prints from photos taken over the last year, but we hope to expand it to offer other merchandise items like quality numbered MHS rowing caps as a fantastic and personalised memento of your rowing time at MHS. This will be extended to the MHS Old Boys who rowed at the school during their final years. You can also choose to make a donation through the shop to the rowing fraternity where your funds will be used to purchase equipment for the rowers or assist in regatta support costs.

The Angliss Restaurant is located on Little Lonsdale and can be reached by tram and train.

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