TCCH’s Sixth Annual Great Duck Derby at Capt. Hiram’s

Treasure Coast Community Health will be hosting their Sixth Annual Great Duck Derby at Captain Hiram's in Sebastian, Florida.
Treasure Coast Community Health will be hosting their Sixth Annual Great Duck Derby at Captain Hiram's in Sebastian, Florida.

SEBASTIAN – Treasure Coast Community Health (TCCH) will be hosting their Sixth Annual Great Duck Derby Sunday, October 14, 2018, from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. at the Capt Hiram’s Sand Bar.

The goal is to have 5,000 rubber ducks racing their way towards shore to the sandy beach at Capt Hiram’s. So far, 2,942 ducks have been adopted.

To adopt a duck, or a few, visit https://www.duckrace.com/treasurecoast.

Prices:

  • Rubber Ducky (1 Duck) – $5.00
  • Duck Pals (2 Ducks) – $10.00
  • Quack Pack (6 Ducks) – $25.00
  • Quackers Dozen (12 Ducks) – $50.00
  • Flock of Ducks (25 Ducks) – $100.00
  • Golden Flock (65 Ducks) – $250.00

If your adopted duck comes in first, second, or third place, you could win cash prizes.

Prizes:

  • First Place $1,000
  • Second Place $500
  • Third Place $250

Affordable Healthcare for Indian River County:

“Treasure Coast Community Health (TCCH) has provided primary health care in Indian River County (IRC), Florida for over 20 years. Originally founded in 1993 as the Fellsmere Community Health Coalition, and serving the small rural citrus and ranching population of the area (including migrants and seasonal farm workers), this non-profit organization was approved as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in 1995,” according to the Treasure Coast Community Health website.

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Tina Hodges moved to Sebastian with her family in 1980 and has lived in the area ever since. After graduating from Sebastian River High School, she studied at Indian River Community College. Tina worked at Dooney & Bourke for many years before she became a full-time travel writer. Tina joined Sebastian Daily in 2016.