The Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race

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Real Estate Agent with Robin McCann Realty

The Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race will be held Saturday, March 21st to benefit the United Cerebral Palsy Association.Rubber duckie...Oh, what fond memories:, bathtub splashing, water sloshing, rubber duckie bobbing. (sigh)  Well, if you think playing with your rubber duckie was fun, then you are sure to enjoy The Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race being held this Saturday, March 21st, behind the Hawaii Convention Center at the Ala Wai Canal.  Rubber duckies will be dropped from the Kalakaua Avenue Bridge into the canal at precisely 1:22 p.m. to take full advantage of the tides.  However, you will want to arrive early to enjoy all the pre-race fun at the McCully Shopping Center.  Activities will include entertainment, games and a Duckie store.  Pre-game festivities will be held from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  20,000 duckies have been made available for adoption.  The first 50 duckies to finish the race will win prizes for their owners.
 
The Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race is another demonstration of the .  The Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race benefits the The United Cerebral Palsy Association.  The United Cerebral Palsy Association provides services to assist those affected by cerebral palsy or others with severe disabilities.  2009 marks the 22nd year for the Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race.  Honolulu holds the distinct honor of being home to the first Rubber Duckie Race in the nation.
 
Be sure to come out and have a quackin' good time at the Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race.  To adopt your very own rubber duckie, go to the United Cerebral Palsy website (www.ucpahi.org).
 
Aloha,
Robin McCann, Robin McCann Realty, LLC
 
Related Info:

Great Rubber Duckie Race 2008 Honolulu, HI (YouTube)

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