Cody Lewis fundraising for Ducky Derby 2019

Cody Lewis

Fundraising for:
Ducky Derby 2019

From Cody Lewis

Hi, I am raising money to help support my skiing with Aspen Valley Ski Club. I have been ski racing for the past 2 years and I really love it. I am hopeful that you will help me out by purchasing a duck or 20 ducks.

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WHEN AND WHERE IS THE DUCKY DERBY FESTIVAL

When: Saturday, August 8th, 2020

Where: Rio Grande Park in Aspen, Colorado (Get Directions)

SCHEDULE OF FESTIVITIES

All Day ...........Youth Games and Booths

10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. ...........Silent Auction

10:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. ............Music by Dj Dylan

11:30 a.m. ...............................Invitational Skateboard Jam

11:30 a.m. ...............................Food Court and Beer Garden

2:20 p.m. .................................Duck Race Launch at “No Problem” Bridge

2:45 p.m. – 3:05 p.m. .............Duck Race Finish below “Mill Street” Bridge

3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. .............Festivities Continue

4:00 p.m. ................................Ducky Derby Winners Announced at Festival Stage

GRAND PRIZE : $15,000

This year the Grand Prize is $15,000…or a “Lucky Duck” worth $1,000,000*

*For every 3,333 ducks adopted, one will be a Special Lucky Duck worth $1 million if it comes in 1st place.

2nd place             $1,500

3rd place             $1,000

4th place              $800

5th place              $700

6th place              $600

7th place              $500

8th place              $400

9th place              $300

10th place           $200

Last place            $219

JOIN THE FUN AND FESTIVITIES

The Ducky Derby includes a day-long family friendly Ducky Derby Festival in Rio Grande Park (Get Directions), featuring games and prizes for kids, bounce houses, and a variety of lunch options.

DUCKY DERBY HAS RAISED $2.5 MILLION FOR 65 NONPROFITS

Over the past 27 years, the Ducky Derby has raised nearly $3.0 Million for 65 nonprofit groups in the Rolling Fork Valley, specifically youth groups and scholarships, as well as charitable organizations around the world, like the Guatemala Literacy Project.

The Ducky Derby is the only source of fundraising for the Rotary Club of Aspen (AspenRotary.org). A novel idea conceived in 1992, the Ducky Derby annually floats approximately 30,000 yellow rubber ducks down a stretch of the Roaring Fork River in Aspen with the first ducks to cross the finish line winning prizes for their “adoptive parents”.

Each summer Aspen Rotarians and members of local youth groups solicit people to adopt “little yellow swimmers” for $15 per duck; Multiple duck purchases are available at discounted prices.

Our sponsors underwrite the event’s large operating costs…allowing 100% of the proceeds from duck adoptions to go directly to charitable works of locally and internationally.

*Any prizes not claimed six months after the event date will be forfeited.

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