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Ducks still available to adopt for CMN Duck Race

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Lake Charles, Louisiana — There is still time to adopt ducks for the Children's Miracle Network Duck Race, presented by Cameron State Bank on April 18.  Festivities begin at 12:00 noon at the Prien Lake Park. The ducks will be released into the water at 2:00 p.m.  Duck adoptions are $5 each and can be purchased online at www.duckrace.com/lakecharles  or by visiting a Cameron State Bank location.

The first 8 ducks to cross the finish line will "waddle" away with the following fabulous prizes:

  • Grand prize - Dinner$ and Buck$ on the Duck - 12 months of Dining Gift Cards for a family of 4, plus additional Gift Cards for a Shopping Spree (valued over $3,500).
  • $2,010.00 cash donated by Coushatta Casino Resort.
  • Senior Session or Individual Photography Package courtesy of Action Sports Photo.
  • 42" Flat Screen Television courtesy of Best Buy.
  • Family Fun getaway for Four courtesy of L'Auberge du Lac Casino Resort.
  • One year fitness membership for a family of Four courtesy of GiGi's Fitness Center of CHRISTUS St. Patrick Hospital.
  • A set of Bridgestone or Firestone passenger or light truck tires courtesy of Southern Tire Mart.
  • DXG High Definition Video Camera with accessories courtesy of Walmart #505, DeRidder.

Proceeds will benefit the Children's Miracle Network.  Event Sponsors include Cameron State Bank, Southwest Louisiana Imaging, Graybar, Triangle Electric, CSE Federal Credit Union, Southside Machine Works, Team CITGO and GPS. 

For more information about the Children's Miracle Network Duck Race, log on to www.duckrace.com/lakecharles or call "Duck Central" at (337) 491-7750. 

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