2023 Non-Profit Ducky Race 

 
In addition to the Ducky Derby and Street Fair, a Virtual Ducky Race featuring Duckies swimming for local non-profits will be held in the weeks leading up to Ducky Derby Day on June 11th.  Non-profits eligible to enter a Ducky in the race have received Rotary funds in the past 24 months.  Every on-line Ducky Derby ticket purchased between now and the close of on-line sales earns the opportunity to "Cheer" for a non-profit's Ducky.  The non-profit Ducky with the most cheers by close of on-line sales will receive an additional $1000 for their non-profit. 
 
The Ducky Leaderboard will be updated regularly both here and on the Rotary Club of Castle Rock’s Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/CRRotary).
 
 
Doug Landry, representing the Douglas Land Conservancy, won th2 2022 nonprofit prize and earned the Douglas Land Conservancy an additional $1000 in funding for the year.  
 
           
Doug Landry with his Rotary medal
 
2nd place was awarded to Rockin' Seniorita representing the Castle Rock Senior Activity Center, earning $500 for the organization.
 
3rd place was awarded to Hope Helper of the Help & Hope Center, earning $250.
 
4th through 7th places were Wellspring Wally (Wellspring Community), David Quackerfield (Douglas County Library Foundation), Rocky Farmer (Colorado Agricultural Leadership Foundation), and Teen Ducky (The Aspen Effect), all earning $100 for their efforts.

Thank you to the organizations that have committed to racing with the Rotary Club of Castle Rock during the 2023 Ducky Derby and the great service you provide in the Castle Rock community.

Please click HERE to learn more about the 2023 racing duckies and their organizations.