Duck Derby will land someone $10,000 richer June 30


All proceeds to benefit the youth of BGCNCG


Some lucky duck will win $10,000 June 30 at Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central Georgia’s Duck Derby event in Porterdale.

Shortly after 7:30 PM June 30 the first rubber ducky to cross the finish line around the bend of Porterdale’s Yellow River will be named the winner.

There’s still time to adopt your rubber duck at

For every $20 duck you adopt, participants not only increase your odds of winning the $10,000 grand prize, they also help continue the world class programs that BGCNCG offers over 1,500 youth in North Central Georgia.

The event will have plenty of family fun, live music, cold drinks and fireworks to close the evening with a bang.

If your lucky duck doesn’t wield you the $10,000, don’t worry said Bob Mackey, CEO & President of BGCNCG, there are other great opportunities at stake.

“You have the chance to win four tickets to Disney World, Your Pie for a year, a Golf adventure at The Oaks Golf Course in Covington or a Weber Grill,” he shared. “The greatest part about this unique family fun day is that your chances of winning our $10,000 grand prize have greater odds than the lottery!”

Mackey said this event is way for the community at large to provide bright futures in a big way to Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central Georgia.

“Your participation helps BGCNCG provide life-enhancing programs and character-building experiences to over 1,500 youth in North Central Georgia,” he said. “Our Club doors are open during the hours of 3-7 pm, which are hours where we have changed and saved young lives. We want every child in our communities to be in a safe, constructive environment when they are not at home or in school. We provide that safe haven for youth every year, but there are thousands more who need it, and can’t do it alone.”

Our sponsors for this event have helped make this event possible, said Mackey.

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