The toys ducks are readied to be released along the Lazy River of Pacific Islands Club Saipan for the PIC Duck Race last Feb. 22. A total of 2,500 plastic ducks raced on the Lazy River of PIC, yet only four ducks made it to the finish line and won a prize. The fundraising activity raised about $12,500 for the Commonwealth Cancer Association. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS)
Pacific Islanders Club Saipan’s Clubmates secure the toy ducks before releasing them for the PIC Duck Race in the Lazy River at PIC last Saturday. The concept is that members of the public sponsor a plastic duck for $5 each and the toys are then released on PIC’s Lazy River, and the first one to cross the finish line after making one full circuit of the river wins.
Guests enjoy the Pacific Islanders Club Saipan’s Duck Race in the Lazy River at PIC last Feb.
Guests cheer on the ducks as they race to the finish line at the 12th annual Pacific Islanders Club Saipan’s Duck Race in the Lazy River at PIC last Feb. 22.
The toy ducks in the 12th annual Pacific Islanders Club Saipan’s Duck Race make a full circuit of the Lazy River at PIC last Feb. 22.
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