Fountain Point Resort
POWER 10 Camp is hosted at Fountain Point, a historic Northern Michigan family summer resort located right on the shore of Lake Leelanau.
This historic landmark has been placed on the National Registry of Historic Places July 2003 and continues to be an atmosphere for family time together. Come experience an old-fashioned family vacation and make Fountain Point a part of your tradition.
Lake Leelanau Rowing Club
Through partnering with Lake Leelanau Rowing Club we are able to loan boats and equipment making camp safe and possible. Learn more about LLRC today: Teaching Grand Traverse area middle school & high school students, cancer survivors and community members of all ages the joy of rowing.
Beth Price Photography
Beth Price is a photographer based in Northern Michigan. It is here that she finds much inspiration in the color palette and light that falls throughout the changing seasons, in the open landscapes, and in the fresh water that is so abundant. Beth’s career goal is simple: To forge lasting relationships with clients who share her passion for the outdoors and natural environment, and to create dynamic imagery that transports the viewer.
Island Thyme Catering
Island Thyme Catering is a small catering company situated in the heart of Leelanau County. Island Thyme was started in 2012 with a vision of supporting the environment and community which surrounds us. With a vow of sustainability, we have partnered with local farms, creameries, and fisheries to bring the best of what Leelanau has to offer.
Linda Muri- Guest Coach
Three-time World Champion Linda Muri began rowing as an undergraduate at MIT after spending her freshman year competing on the Field Hockey, Basketball, and Track & Field teams. Following her graduation with a Bachelors degree in Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering, she began working for a boat builder and took on coaching at a local high school. While training for the US National team, she returned to school herself to earn a Masters Degree in Education from Harvard. Linda's extensive coaching career spans 19 years of collegiate experience at Cornell, Harvard, and Dartmouth. Her work at the international level includes coaching athletes to gold medal finishes in the 2010, 2013, and 2014 World Rowing U23 Championships as well as a bronze medal in 2012 at the Senior World Championships. Since 2004, she has coached at 12 different World Championship events.
During her own career as a rower, Linda was a nine-time US National Team member and a three-time World Champion. In 1994, she was a semi-finalist for the James E. Sullivan Award, which recognizes the top amateur athlete in the country. Linda is also an 18-time US National Champion and has won 12 Head of the Charles Regattas and 2 CRASH-B Hammers. A committed competitor, she continues to enjoy training for Masters level competitions.