The Rotary Club of Cape Coral is proud to announce its Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta on April 19th and 20th, 2013 at Four Freedoms Park in Cape Coral, Florida. The Regatta is open to participation from businesses, schools, youth groups, groups of friends, and non-profit organizations desiring to build a boat and participate. This is a wonderful team building experience; giving employees and groups an opportunity to work together toward a common goal and have a lot of fun doing it.
Register before April 1, 2013 and receive a discount on the entry fee per boat. For families, youth groups, or individuals the entry fee is $30 ($20 before April 1) or $0 if you build a sponsors boat. For clubs or organizations the entry fee is $50 ($40 before April 1) or $0 if you build a sponsors boat. Entry fee for corporate teams are $275 ($250 before April 1), which includes one boat entry, two Pre-Event Party passes, two event T-Shirts and a stage mention.
Citizens’ Challenge Race
The Rotary Club will have three cardboard boats available for people who would like to join in the racing fun, but do not have time to build a boat. For only $10 per boat (max of two people in a boat), you can race in one of the multiple Citizens’ Challenge Race heats that will be run throughout the day. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.
Monies raised benefit the Rotary Foundation. There are a limited number of spaces available, so sign up today to reserve your place in the fun and challenging race. To register, send an email Monies raised benefit the Rotary Foundation. There are a limited number of spaces available, so sign up today to reserve your place in the fun and challenging race. To register, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space in the race or online at http://www.capecoralregatta.com/Index/Participate#citizen
About the Rotary Club of Cape Coral
Issued its charter by Rotary International in 1964, the Rotary Club of Cape Coral, Florida is a not-for-profit organization of approximately 75 men and women who meet to enjoy fellowship and a meal, to hear an informative program and to discuss and plan service projects. During its forty-plus year history, the Rotary Club of Cape Coral has counted among its members, many of the Lee County area’s most influential business and professional leaders.
Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional persons. Rotarians have united to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards, build goodwill and promote peace in the world. While Rotarians represent a broad spectrum of the world’s religions, cultures and political thoughts, they share a common bond in Rotary’s call to action, “Service Above Self.” For more information about the Rotary Club of Cape Coral, please visit http://www.capecoralrotary.com.