Big Brothers and Sisters of Warren and Clinton Counties is preparing for the agency’s third annual Rubber Duckie Regaffle. The event is scheduled to take place at Great Wolf Lodge in Mason on Sunday August 29th. The Rubber Duckie Regaffle is a combination regatta & raffle that allows the general public to purchase a raffle ticket for $5. This enters the purchaser into a raffle for prizes such as a $500 Visa Gift Card, $250 Target Gift Card, and $150 Best Buy Gift Card. The raffle ticket purchase also includes the purchaser’s choice of a souvenir rubber duck, as well as sponsorship of a BBBS child in the duck regatta that will occur at Great Wolf Lodge. The raffle portion of the event will take place at 6pm, with the regatta portion after 8pm.
Great Wolf Lodge is also allowing BBBS to sell $15 admission tickets ($20 at the door) to their water park. This ticket will allow access to Great Wolf Lodge’s water park from 12pm-8pm on August 29th, and Great Wolf is donating all proceeds from these ticket sales to Big Brothers and Sisters of Warren and Clinton Counties. Presence at the event is not required in order to win, however, people may attend the raffle in Great Wolf’s lobby without paying admission to the water park. Admission and raffle tickets are currently available for purchase via phone (513-932-3966), internet (www.bbbswarren.org), at Great Wolf Lodge in Mason, and at participating Huntington Bank locations in the Warren County area.
Big Brothers and Sisters of Warren and Clinton Counties provides one-on-one, professionally supported mentoring to local children. The agency has served local children for 32 years. To learn more about the agency, or to donate, visit www.bbbswarren.org.
Caption: This year’s Souvenir Ducks among some of the ducks that will race in the Rubber Duckie Regaffle. Anyone that purchases a $5 raffle ticket will get their choice of one of these ducks to take home for free!
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