HILL CITY, S.D. — The Hill City Lions Club hosted their first-ever Rubber Duck Race at Memorial Park Saturday afternoon. The Lions Club is a world group that focuses on community service, offering companies from gathering eyeglasses and listening to aids for these in must caring for folks throughout a catastrophe — like they did in the course of the 1972 flood.
Hill City Lions Club President Stefanie Doaty stated the Rubber Duck Race initially began out small, however grew into fairly the competition.
“I’ve 18 crafters. I’ve three meals vehicles right here. I’ve native musician Brent Morris. We have the Hill City Cheerleaders who’re going to be serving to with some video games,” Doaty stated.
It was a full day of family fun, with bouncy homes, face portray, and even gold panning. The Lions Club members had been out and about with carnival video games and prizes, ensuring everybody had fun.
Doaty says it’s the proper end-of-summer occasion that compliments their community assist mission properly.
“We simply need to be certain individuals are conscious that we’re right here to assist the community,” Doaty stated. “We are right here for everyone and for the folks…and yeah, it’s simply…It doesn’t matter how previous you’re to be a Lion.”
The cash raised from the race goes in the direction of future community assist initiatives. CLICK HERE for extra data on the Lions Club.