Warren Rotary Club Duck DerbySAT, June 26, 2021
What is the Warren Rotary Club Duck Derby?
The Rotary Club of Warren PA will race 1,000+ Rubber Ducks on the Allegheny River, at Breeze Point Park on June 26th benefiting the Lacy Park Multi-Sensory All Inclusive Playground. Join us for an all day celebration with face painting, food trucks and music from 11am- 4pm. Race starts at 3pm, no need to be present to win.  If you adopt a duck and your duck is one of the first four ducks to cross the finish line, you’ll win an amazing prize!
1st Prize : Old Town Vapor 10ft Kayak from Allegheny Outfitters valued at over $600
2nd Prize: Gift Certificate to Bent Run Brewing valued at over $100
3rd Prize: One month indoor climbing at The Goat Fort valued at over $55
4th Prize: Gift Certificate to Penn Wilds valued at over $50
Why Adopt a Duck?
Proceeds from your Duck’s adoption primarily benefits the Lacy Park Multi-Sensory All Inclusive Playground  to foster a wholesome environment for children in our community to play and flourish. When you adopt a duck, you also help other programs supported by the Rotary Clubs of Warren, PA.
Can I Adopt More than One Duck?
Absolutely! This event is about generosity and benefiting our community. We hope you’ll adopt a whole flock! Adopt one duck for only $5, six ducks for $25 or a flock of twenty-five ducks for $100!

Warren Club Officers 2020-2021
Vicki Willman – President

TBD  – President Nominee 2021-2022
Victoria Montecalvo- Immediate Past President
Harvey Stone – Vice President
Deborah Ruby Stone – Secretary
Ruzhdi Bakalli- Executive Secretary
Randy Gustafson – Treasurer
Richard Fisher – Sergent at Arms


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