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Spend the Bucks. Adopt Some Ducks. Support Special Olympics on June 22nd.


On Friday, June 22, 2012, support Special Olympics Georgia and Adopt a Duck at Six Flags Whitewater. Park opens at 10 am, race begins at 2pm.

Click Here to Adopt a Duck

By adopting ducks and donating to Special Olympics Georgia, you are making a difference for the 23,620 registered Special Olympic Athletes in Georgia. Our program provides year-round sports training and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. As athletes have fun and develop physical fitness, they find acceptance, become confident and aspire to greatness in other aspects of their lives.  Our goal is to help bring persons with intellectual disabilities into the larger society under conditions whereby they are accepted, respected, and given the chance to become useful and productive citizens in their communities.  When we achieve this goal through our sports programs, we demonstrate that Special Olympics has a unique value: to show the world that every person counts.

Single Duck Adoption – For a $5 donation, one racing duck will be adopted in your name and entered into the race.  By purchasing a single duck adoption, you will also provide one meal for an athlete at State Summer Games.

Increase your chances and get a Quack Pack – Your $25 donation will hatch five adopted ducks to be entered into the race for an increased chance to win AND you’ll be mailed an adorable souvenir junior duck. Your $25 Quack Pack Quack donation provides funds for gold, silver, and bronze medals and other ribbons for one competition at the State Summer Games.

For a great deal, adopt a Quacker’s Dozen – You can get more ducks for your bucks – pay $60 (the price of 12 duck adoptions) and receive 13 ducks in your name AND you’ll be mailed two souvenir junior ducks.  Your $60 Quacker’s Dozen donation provides funds for housing for two nights at the State Summer Games  for four athletes.

Please contact at (770) 414-9390 ext. 102 with additional questions.


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