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Cape Henry Rotary Oyster Crush Charity Fundraiser

Cape Henry Rotary Oyster Crush Charity Fundraiser September 22, 2013 Cape Henry Rotary Oyster Crush Charity Fundraiser The Yacht Club at Marina Shores, Virginia Beach 1 pm – 6 pm Tickets $50 (ages 21+ only) One of this area’s most anticipated charity events! The 30th Annual OYSTER CRUSH presented by the HERE for photos from the 2012 Oyster Crush Fundraiser! For more info & tickets contact Jeremy Johnson or call (757) 486-0153. Click
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Charity Kicks and Ducktape Regatta Photos

Photos and video from today’s Charity Kicks and Ducktape Regatta will be posted on the Hampton Roads Social Facebook page at www.facebook.com/hamptonroadssocial Be sure to LIKE the page so that you are notified when photos are posted. We hope everyone had a wonderful time today, getting out and giving back!
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The Ducktape Regatta – When you’re all charity gala’d, mud run’d, golf’d, and booze-fested out!

The Ducktape Regatta – When you’re all charity gala’d, mud run’d, golf’d, and booze-fested out! The Ducktape Regatta is back, and we can’t wait! Why? Because let’s be honest. If you’re a charity event goer beginning in January, by the time the end of the summer rolls around, you are all gala’d, mud run’d, golf’d, and booze-fested out! Don’t get us wrong… all these are fantastic ways for organizations to raise money for worthy causes – and they raise a lot of it, thanks to generous sponsors and citizens who get dolled up for galas, climb terrifying obstacles and crawl through sloppy ditches at mud runs, participate in golf tournaments, and (one our favorites) attend all-you-can-eat-drink-dance fests for charity. But, if you’re suffering from the “been there, done that’s,” then the Ducktape Regatta may be precisely what the doctor ordered. When
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Sink or Swim – One woman’s mission to save children from drowning

Sink or Swim – One woman’s mission to save children from drowning From the day they are born, we want to protect our children from harm. We child proof our homes. We install nanny-cams. We tell them to not speak to strangers. We warn them against playing with fire. Tell them to look both ways before crossing the street. Don’t do drugs. When on fire – stop, drop, and roll. Aquatics International examining the disparity in drowning rates amongst minority children in America. The article found that black children between the ages of 5 and 19 are 2.6 times more likely to ...
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