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Too cold to row

It was a chilly, windy Saturday, but 13 brave souls still gathered at Williams Wharf Landing in Mathews on an 18-degree morning with wind chill registering -5 degrees for the Mobjack Rowing Association’s 28th annual Christmas Eve Row. With white caps and 40 mph wind gusts, MRA members went to plan B; posing on the new Gangway Ramps delivered the day before and then rushing inside the B. Williams Store to eat cookies and enjoy holiday fellowship. The ramps, needed to complete MRA’s Boathouse Floating Dock project, were ordered in August and arrived from Florida after two major flooding hurricanes and other setbacks. They will be installed in place by ChopTech Marine Services, owned by Jason Podd, a Mathews High School graduate and rowing alum. Those gathered at Williams Wharf included, from left, Sam Hartlove, Matt Morgan, Sam Tomcany, Ray Hudgins, Lisa Zerbe, Felicity Hartlove, Savannah Hartlove, Lillian Copeland, coach Jon Lothian, Jaxon McDonald, Matt Thomas and, not pictured, Tim U...

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