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What is the Duck Derby? Duck Derby is a race of “adopted” rubber ducks with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place rubber duckies going home with cash prizes! Our Duck Derby has a twist this year because the winning ducks will be retrieved by rescue dogs!
Date & Time: Tuesday, July 4, 2017 @ 5 p.m.

Location: Duck Derby race will be held just left of the new Mandeville Beach directly following the Mandeville Independence Day Parade hosted by the Mande Milkshakers! All proceeds directly benefit the homeless animals of St. Tammany Humane Society. The more Ducks you adopt; the more chances to win!

1st Place Duck, $1,000 cash; 2nd Place Duck, $500 cash; 3rd Place Duck, $250 cash. For more information, visit online at sthumane.org, or call 985-892-7387.

STHS Pet of the Week

Señor Rock is a one-year-old medium mix pup. Rock was transferred to the St. Tammany Humane Society when Bogalusa Animal Control no longer had the space for him. “Rock” is a great companion and gets along with other animals. If you are interested in Señor Rock or any of the other adoptable animals of St. Tammany Humane Society, email adoption@sthumane.org or visit sthumane.org today.

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St. Tammany Humane Society Duck Derby Set For Saturday, June 11, 2016

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Join the St. Tammany Humane Society and 5,000 “adopted” rubber ducks for this year’s Duck Derby and Festival on June 11, 2016, from Noon-6:00 pm at Bogue Falaya Park in Historic Downtown Covington.
The day will be highlighted by the dropping and racing of the ducks down the Bogue Falaya River for a chance to win the top prize of $1,000 cash!  Second place will receive $1,000 in groceries at Whole Food Market and the third duck, a three month fitness package including four individual personal training sessions at Pelican Athletic Club. The race begins at 2:00 pm and the cost to “adopt” a duck is only $5;   ducks can be adopted singly or in flocks.

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Adopt ducks at sttammanyduckderby.com or visit the shelter. Call: 985-892-7387

The day’s entertainment will also include live music by Big Al and the Heavyweights, ice cold beer and food choices provided by local restaurants. Children can enjoy duck-themed carnival games, face painting, snowballs, cotton candy and many more activities all to lead up to a Quak-tastic time! The shelter will also have adoptables on-site looking for their forever homes.  Admission to this family-friendly event is FREE and don’t forget the pooch!
The most important part – every “adopted” rubber duck helps a dog or cat in need. The St. Tammany Humane Society is Louisiana’s largest non-profit (501)(c), no-kill animal welfare organization and shelter. Since 1953, STHS has assisted the abused and abandoned animals of our community.  The shelter relies solely on the generosity of its supporters.

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