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November 15, 2016 ·

Get a head start on building your boat and pick up your cardboard today! Contact Erik at the Park District to arrange pick up time – 815-459-0680 ext. 2101.

2016 Race Champions

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November 1, 2016 ·

Stars & Stripes Winners:

1) CamPain – David Knutson

Creative Theme Winners:

1) A Bigger Boat – Brian Barrett

Ugliest Boat Winners:

1) CSA – Jacqueline Siem

Enthusiastic Crew Winners:

1) Cannibals – Zoe Kirstein

Most Spectacular Sinking:

1) It’s Fun To Sink in the YMCA –

Kiddie Class Winner:

1) Loganator – Logan Voss

50+ Geezer Class Winner:

1) Charles Keehn

Kwiki Boat Winners:

Undetermined

Class A – Cardboard Cup Winner:

1) Flash 4 – Madelyn Noonan, Robert Noonan

2) Baird & Warner – Mike Tobin

Is Your Boat Ready?

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May 23, 2016 ·

Registration now open.  Cardboard available at Main Beach.  Only 4 short weeks away from Race Day.  What are you waiting for?  Registration now open. Cardboard available at Main Beach. Only 4 short weeks away from Race Day. Register before June 10th and save $5 on individual registrations. What are you waiting for?

December 10, 2015 ·

America’s Cardboard Cup Regatta committee recently distributed proceeds from the 2015 Race to eight local charitable organizations. Sharing in the more than $6,000 dollars raised from the Regatta’s annual event were: Crystal Lake Teen Center, Sage YMCA, Horizons for the Blind, Turning Point, Home of the Sparrow, Senior Care Volunteer Network, Habitat for Humanity, and Family Health Partnership Clinic.

America’s Cardboard Cup Regatta committee recently distributed proceeds from the 2015 Race to eight local charitable organizations. Sharing in the more than $6,000 dollars raised from the Regatta’s annual event were: Crystal Lake Teen Center, Sage YMCA, Horizons for the Blind, Turning Point, Home of the Sparrow, Senior Care Volunteer Network, Habitat for Humanity, and Family Health Partnership Clinic.

America’s Cardboard Cup Regatta committee recently distributed proceeds from the 2015 Race to eight local charitable organizations. Sharing in the more than $6,000 dollars raised from the Regatta’s annual event were: Crystal Lake Teen Center, Sage YMCA, Horizons for the Blind, Turning Point, Home of the Sparrow, Senior Care Volunteer Network, Habitat for Humanity, and Family Health Partnership Clinic.

July 30, 2015 ·

Mark your calendars – Saturday, June 18, 2016 is the date for the 32nd annual America’s Cardboard Cup Regatta!

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