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Paddle for Ashland Foundation for Children with Disabilities

  • Dragonfly Outdoor Adventures 550 Treasure Cove Road Greenup, KY, 41144 United States (map)

Come out and paddle as a community, to support the Ashland Foundation for Children with Disabilities!
Event is open to everyone! Please join us in supporting this wonderful charity. The paddle begins at 6:30 PM on Saturday (on the water at 7PM), August 24th at Dragonfly Outdoor Adventures. Please arrive a little early to get settled with your boat and life jacket. Waivers must be signed before getting on water. You are welcome to print from our website and bring to cut down on wait time.

Our food truck will also be open that day serving up some delicious food, so plan to grab some dinner before you take to the water.

Buy your tickets early as space is limited!!
Tickets: $25 each (Must be purchased on this ticket link)
Bring your own boat tickets: $10 each (Please buy on the ticketing link- this cuts down on confusion at time of the event)

Please remember to wear dry-fit clothing that will not absorb and hold water. Strap on sandals or water shoes are recommended. Bringing a refillable water bottle is also a great idea.

At the close of the paddle, we will all enjoy a bonfire complete with S'mores. Please bring a camp chair and beverages of your choice to enjoy the evening with fellow paddlers.

Tickets are non-refundable or transferable and must be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets. This is a charity paddle so please understand that no refunds will be given, your money is going to help a wonderful cause.

A little more about the group:
The Ashland Foundation for Children with Disabilities, formerly known as Buddy’s Sensory Exchange, is a tax-exempt public charity dedicated to creating an inclusive community for all who believe in Ashland’s bright future. They are dedicated to assisting children obtain equipment, therapies, and education regardless of their ability level. Additionally, they are dedicated to public awareness of disabilities, and the social inclusion of children with disabilities in the community.