Big Brothers, Big Sisters Rubber Duck Race Moved To August 4th

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Charles City, Iowa – Due to high river levels and unfavorable weather on Wednesday, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Iowa has rescheduled the Annual Rubber Duck Race, to August 4, 2017 at 6:00pm. All proceeds raised will support the nationally award-winning one-to-one mentoring program in Floyd County.

As many as 3,000 rubber ducks will be dropped into the Cedar River at 6:00 pm from the Main Street Bridge in Charles City. Each numbered rubber duck will race approximately a half a mile down the river, going through the Whitewater kayak course, to the finish line by the IC ball fields. The owner of the first adopted duck to cross the finish line will win $500! Additional prizes will be awarded to the next consecutive 10 or more finishing ducks. There will also be a prize for the duck that crosses the finish line last.

Prizes include: $500 cash prize, a 10’ Viper Kayak, Iowa Hawkeyes cornhole set, 4 pack UNI football tickets, $25 Iowa Wireless gift certificates, The Barber Cave gift certificates and many more!

Ducks can still be adopted online through August 4,, 2017 and in person at Party in the Park in Charles City on August 4th prior to the duck race. All are invited to adopt rubber ducks to participate in the race and you do not need to be present to win. Ducks can be adopted for $5 for one “Lone Duck”, $25 for a “Six-Quack,” or $100 for a Feathered Flock (25 ducks). To adopt ducks, visit www.iowabigs.org/floydduckrace or visit the Big Brothers Big Sisters office in the Floyd County Courthouse in Charles City, Iowa.

For more information or to volunteer on the Big Brothers Big Sisters Rubber Duck River Race, please contact Tracey Southall at 319-939-0503.

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Chris was born in Webster City and raised in Charles City. As a young kid, he would always be caught singing along to songs on the radio. He says he's good at karaoke but we think otherwise. ;) In his free time, he enjoys beginning new projects at home and hardly ever finishing them. Chris lives in Charles City with his wife Vicki and a daughter Brynlee.