Members of the Hilton Head Crew Team prepare to stow one of their eight-person racing shells in their cramped storage facility beneath the Old Oyster Factory restaurant on Broad Creek. The group is one that stands to benefit from the construction of a proposed rowing and sailing center on a town-owned plot along Skull Creek.
Members of the Hilton Head Crew Team prepare to stow one of their eight-person racing shells in their cramped storage facility beneath the Old Oyster Factory restaurant on Broad Creek. The group is one that stands to benefit from the construction of a proposed rowing and sailing center on a town-owned plot along Skull Creek. Jay Karr
Members of the Hilton Head Crew Team prepare to stow one of their eight-person racing shells in their cramped storage facility beneath the Old Oyster Factory restaurant on Broad Creek. The group is one that stands to benefit from the construction of a proposed rowing and sailing center on a town-owned plot along Skull Creek. Jay Karr

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