Going on its 7th year, the Pacific Islands Club’s annual duck race and human duck race will commence this Saturday evening at the PIC.
In an interview yesterday evening, PIC director of sports, entertainment and activities Glenn Policare said the human duck race still has two slots left.
“There are 22 confirmed slots for the human duck race and we only have two left,” Policare said.
Confirmed slots include T-Galleria/DFS, which took seven slots; Saipan Swim Club, which took two; Saipan International School and PIC-SEA department, two. The American Red Cross-NMI Chapter, Trench Tech, Calvo’s Insurance, Saipan Ice and Water Co., KKMP, and Island Apparel each took one slot.
The entry fee for companies wanting to fill the remaining two slots is $50 and winners of the human duck race will receive four PIC annual membership pass.
PIC will provide swim caps, duck beaks, life jackets, swim fins and an inflatable duck.
Policare said there are still available plastic ducks if community members still want to purchase one. The ducks will also be sold on the night of the duck race.
Prizes for the rubber duck race is $2,500 for first place, $300 for second place, $200 for third place, and $50 for fourth place.
Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Commonwealth Cancer Association.
For more information, contact PIC at 234-7976 and request to be transferred to SEA department.