• Volunteers at the Graham Rotary Club Duck Derby line up the ducks to find the winner as they pass through a tube during the 2018 event held at Fireman’s Park in Graham. The Rotary Duck Derby will be held this year on April 27 at the same location. (Leader file photo)

Rotary Club Duck Derby over halfway to goal

With two weeks left until the Duck Derby event at Fireman’s Park, the Graham Rotary Club has exceeded the halfway point in their fundraising goal.

As of Monday afternoon, the organization had over 5,800 rubber ducks sold of their 10,000 duck goal. The Rotary Club kicked off their fundraising efforts in late February for the second Duck Derby event and have assigned teams which help sell rubber ducks for the fundraising effort, Rotary Club President Pam Scott said.

“We’ve got over 20 teams that are signed up, that are selling ducks and trying to raise money for their team or organization and we’ve been doing sales around town in different locations, so we feel like we are in great shape,” Scott said. “Usually, there is a big push at the beginning of when you go live and at the end, so we are hoping for that push at the end because it is really a great event for families and just benefits so many charitable organizations in Graham.”

For the rest of the story see the Wednesday, April 17 edition of The Graham Leader.

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