Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers are pleased to announce several new additions to this year’s Rubber Ducky event:
* Annnd…Action! – Providing a fun photo booth and pictures for event attendees
* Rock climbing wall
* Air bouncer
* Face painters
* Balloon artists
* Mission: Renaissance...
ADOPT EARLY TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR ANOTHER GREAT PRIZE!
In addition to the Grand Prizes on Race Day, adopt your ducks early to be a part of our EARLY DUCKY INCENTIVE PROGRAM.Early Ducky: Adopt NOW – September 1 and receive 10 raffle tickets in the following prize, donated by the Santa Clarita Valley...
[KHTS] – The winners have been announced by the Samuel Dixon Family Health Center for the 13th annual Rubber Ducky Festival, which took place over the weekend.
On Saturday, Sept. 26, approximately 3,000 rubber ducks raced down a man-made waterway in Bridgeport Park for a $4,500 prize pool, split...
Adopt your ducks by Friday, September 11, to be entered in the Early Ducky 2 Incentive Program.
Receive 5 raffle tickets in the Mountasia Family Four Packs Raffle Prize, a $270 value! Packs include 2 hours of unlimited miniature golf, bumper boats, and go karts.
Winners to be announced at the event...
HELP PAY FOR A HEALTH CARE VISIT BY ADOPTING A “QUACKER’S DOZEN”
One more day – Adopt your ducks by Friday, August 21 to be entered in the Early Ducky 1 Incentive Program!Receive 10 raffle tickets in the Disneyland Raffle Prize, Consisting of Four, 1 day Disneyland park-hopper...
[KHTS] – The 12th annual Rubber Ducky Festival benefiting Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers drew hundreds of Santa Clarita Valley residents to Bridgeport Park on Saturday.
The event featured live performances, dozens of vendors, a rock climbing wall and a rubber ducky race with three grand prize...
The ducks have flown from far away and have officially landed in Santa Clarita!
With a lot of helping hands over the weekend the ducks have been officially prepped with racing numbers attached for the BIG RACE. Ducks will start revving their feathers at the:
12th Annual Rubber Ducky Regatta
Ed “Papa Duck” Bolden (center) presents a check for a $200 classroom grant to James Foster Elementary School teacher Shauna Booth (left) with principal Dr. Deborah Bohn in attendance. Booth was the winning teacher in Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers’ annual rubber ducky school essay...
Students throughout the Santa Clarita Valley are invited to submit their entries for the “Stay Healthy” creative essay writing and poster contest to be held in conjunction with Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers Inc.’s 11th Annual Rubber Ducky Festival.
This year’s student prompt is: ...
Be sure to adopt your ducks today at www.duckrace.com/scv.
Ed “Papa Duck” Bolden increased the Early Ducky 1 Drawing to four, one-day Disneyland Park Hopper tickets, and $500 cash (previously $250) in spending money. Adopt your ducks today to get in on this great deal! Deadline for...
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