The Foundry is Making Headlines!
The Foundry began as a dream of Mike and Gina Trebilcock in 2015. In nearly three short years, that dream has become far more than what could have ever been imagined. The Foundry has been given local, national, and worldwide attention for its facilities, staff and programming! Take a walk through some of the recent highlights we have had as an organization:
Some of Our Recent Highlights
The Foundry — the state-of-the-art rowing and sailing center in the Flats — will host a marquee event this fall.
The three-day U.S. Team Racing Championship will be held in Cleveland beginning on Sept. 28. The winning team will earn one of US Sailing's most prized championships, plus a berth in the 2019 World Sailing Team Racing Championship.
The Foundry said about 100 competitors and 30 to 40 sailing officials will be in Northeast Ohio for the festivities....click HERE for the full article.
Michael Ferry, Director of Corporate and Community Partnerships, The Foundry Community Rowing and Sailing Center.
The Foundry Community Rowing & Sailing Center is pleased to announce that Michael Ferry has been named to Director of Corporate and Community Partnerships. Michael’s business development experience and robust corporate network will attract program support for the non-profit Foundry....click HERE for the full article (see pg. 18 in the link).
The Foundry hosted the Midwest Collegiate Sailing Association Championships, at The Station for the FIRST time in Cleveland's history. With eight colleges & universities in attendance, it was a busy day that allowed for officials to execute 16 races in one day! To read the rockthelake.com article on the event, click HERE.
The Foundry held its Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony on September 16th, 2017. With prominent figures from all over Cleveland and the United States in attendance, staff, board members, athletes, and coaches were able to share all of its contributions with the community. To read the cleveland.com article on the event, click HERE.
July 6th, 2017
"CLEVELAND, Ohio - My beloved rowing machine just got some competition. After visiting the new Foundry training center in the Flats, I may soon be spending less time pulling the chain on my ergometer and more time pushing and pulling a real oar in real water."
To read the full cleveland.com article, click HERE.
May 26th, 2017
"CLEVELAND, Ohio - Cleveland was forged in places like the building at 1831 Columbus Road. The historic 1893 foundry on the north bank of the Oxbow operated for decades, filled with hardworking men who melted, molded and pounded metal casing into shape, building Cleveland into an industrial powerhouse as well as new lives for their families in the growing town"...To read the full cleveland.com article, click HERE.